Advisory Members receive and share information that is relevant to our shared objectives. They commit to actively support and promote the initiatives that are identified by the Coalition to address priority needs to end homelessness in Campbell River and the Strathcona Regional District.
Members agree to put aside the respective goals for their individual society, agency or association and wholeheartedly commit to collaborating on the priority needs of people who are homeless or at risk of being homeless.
Our Advisory Members are:
City of Campbell River
Strathcona Regional District
Strathcona Community Health Network
Ehattesaht First Nation
Hon. Claire Trevena MLA
Rachel Blaney MP
North Island-Powell River
How to become an Advisory Member
Advisory Members agree with the overarching objectives of the Coalition, and are looking forward to working with Coalition members to create a comprehensive vision and plan with specific goals to end the impact of homelessness in Campbell River and the Strathcona Regional District.
Who are Advisory Members
Advisory Members are willing to receive information that the Coalition feels is relevant to our shared objectives and commit to actively support and promote the initiatives that are identified by the Coalition to address the priority needs. Members understand our role will be to contribute to discussions that inform Coalition members to reach decisions.
Advisory Members are organizations and individuals without voting rights, may include, but are not limited to:
Government Agencies (e.g. VIRL, BC Housing, IH, KDC, FNHA, Social Development, MCFD)
Local Government (staff)
Elected Local, Provincial, First Nation and Federal representatives
Members of the public
For-profit housing providers
Community service clubs
Chambers of commerce, BIAs
If you want to be involved but you don’t see your agency/organisation as one of these, you might be eligible to become an Member Agency - check out the link for more information.
Download the Terms of Reference here.