On this page people can find inspiring videos on people with LGBTQ, Mental Health and self-care. there are also resources for example Art for All Society which provides funding on art supplies for example and Arch Program in Kamloops which is Affordable Recreation for Community Health and Access 2 Card by Easter Seals Canada. These resources and videos will assist you in living a quality life in the community, will help with Community Inclusion, equality, will help reduce stigma, discrimination and will inspire you in living a good life.
Art for All Society is an organization that provides opportunities for artists of all ages to ensure that everyone can experience the power of the arts in their everyday lives and hosts free interactive art events for the community of Kamloops.
ARCH is a subsidy program that helps people access City facilities and programs. We understand the value of recreation for healthy living and want to help people in our community to reach their goals. We also understand that affordable transit is critical to allow people in need to access recreation opportunities. Applying for KamPASS, the City’s affordable transit program, is done through the ARCH application.
Easter Seals Canada’s award winning Access 2 Card program was launched in 2004 with support from Cineplex Entertainment and a group of national disability organizations. The Access 2 Card program helps to ensure that entertainment, cultural and recreational opportunities are more available and accessible to all. Managed and administered by Easter Seals Canada (located in Toronto), the Access 2 Card program has grown to reach over 100,000 Canadians who are living with disabilities, and includes over 500 participating partner venues across the country.
We have one of the most comprehensive service portfolios spanning all ages from early intervention for infants to community access and job training for adults and seniors. All programs are designed to prepare children and adults to actively participate in their schools, communities, workplaces, and at home. Have a look at the walk-a-mile-in-their-