Welcome to the Fort St. John Association for Community Living. Everyone belongs.

The Fort St. John Association for Community Living was incorporated on January 23, 1960. We are a non-profit organization that has contracts with Community Living BC to provide services to adults with developmental disabilities. We provide services in the Fort St. John and District area.

Find out more about us....

Let's get healthy FSJ! Create some positive healthy habits in 2019 - Start with the Whole Life Challenge to work on 7 lifestyle habits

NewYears AdUnit 1

The FSJ Association for Community Living staff want to get healthy and invite others to join us. If you want to create some positive healthy habits in 2019? Consider joining us in  the Whole Life Challenge and make a commitment to replace a few bad habits with good ones. You can learn more about it here.

Once you've checked it out, you can join our team here: http://www.whole.lc/wlc1901/pt/fsjacl For six weeks, starting on January 19, 2019 and ending on March 1, 2019, we'll work on all the areas of our well-being - like nutrition, mobility, and exercise, for starters.

The Whole Life Challenge is basically a game that challenges us to "try on" a whole life of health and fitness for six weeks. As a team, we can win points and lose points (hopefully we'll win more than we lose). And the prize is....well, its how you feel on March 1, 2019. Encourage your co-workers, friends and family to join you on this journey.

By enrolling via the link I have included above, a portion of your registration fee will help support health and wellness activities at the FSJ Association for Community Living a local non-profit society.

Adults with autism finding way into workplace

Adult children with autism, their parents and governments are working to get more people with developmental disabilities into the workplace. Read More...

Enbridge Inc - Canada 150 Grant

Dale and chq web

Dale Lynn Plotnikow presents a cheque to Cindy Mohr, Executive Director for the Fort St John Association for Community Living on behalf of Enbridge Inc. The donation from Enbridge Inc was a result of their Canada 150 Grant Competition which provided the opportunity for employees of Enbridge Inc, across Canada, to submit an application explaining how they fuel people's quality of life with their local charitable organizations, for a chance to win a $1,500.00 grant for those organizations. Dale Lynn Plotnikow, Management of Change Advisor, Process Safety and Engineering for Enbridge Inc entered as she is also a volunteer Director for the Fort St John Association for Community Living. Dale was successful in winning 1 of 10 grants that were awarded across the country.



FIND US! Find us on Facebook facebook.com/fsjacl

Contact Us

PHONE 250-787-9262
FAX 250-787-9224

sample info@fsjacl.com

10251 100th Avenue
Fort St. John, BC, V1J 1Y8

Location & Contact Information


From Twitter....

Careers at FSJACL RT @MediaDisABILITY: Did you miss @gettinghired’s webinar with @DisabilityIN’s @BeckyMotivates? Watch the playback to learn how you can imp…
Careers at FSJACL Horrifying story of neglect and abuse revealed in new report from B.C. children's advocate | CBC News https://t.co/ccFCLjWN1D
Follow Careers at FSJACL on Twitter

Join us!

join the teamIf you are looking for a rewarding career or to volunteer with the Fort St. John Association for Community Living, we're looking for you!

Find out more.

You can help!

canada helpsYou can securely make a donation to the Fort St. John Association for Community Living by clicking on the "donate now" button. We gratefully thank all individuals and businesses for their generous contributions and continued support.