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Mara Doepker, RSW
Community Inclusion Support Services
are tailored for children and adults of all ages living with varying abilities. HDCS provides the coordination of support services and integrative case management to individuals, their families, and/or caregivers. Our support services are diverse, dynamic, and person-centered. Our approach is to meet people where they are at, support them in the process, and assist in meeting their needs.
Give us a call today to see how we can help
- Goal setting & planning
- Brief counselling
- Youth & Adult transition planning
- Respite & mentorship support
- Funding applications to meet unmet needs
- Collaboration with school and/or health teams
Inclusive Social Programming
- Youth Social Programs
- Adult Social Programs
- Adult Activity & Drop in Programming
- Summer Recreation & Respite Programming
Serving Humboldt & Area!
“Their dedication to their families they service and the passion they feel towards their jobs shows in the outreach to our family. We could not be better represented. “
Message from an HDCS Client
New to HDCS is our adult activity and drop in programming. This programming provides opportunities to foster friendships, learning, and wellness for our participants. Our activities include such things as cooking, nutrition and wellness, self-care, mental health, physical activity, sexual health, safety, budgeting, etc. Please contact HDCS to sign up for announcements and RSVP your spot!
Summer Recreation & Respite Camp
This is a summer day camp that runs throughout July & August.
The program is intended for children who may require some extra support at camp. A Coordinator plans events and schedules and additional post-secondary students are part of the support team to ensure supervision is appropriate for our campers needs. This program is very flexible and HDCS strives to work with the schedules and needs of each family.
There is no registration fee for this camp. A cost of approximately $40 is requested to assist with activity expenses. Activities include playing at the park, crafts, gymnastics, movies, bowling, swimming, music, field trips to regional lakes, community site-seeing and tours, theme days and much more.
This program is operated through grants and fundraising only. This means there is a limited number of spaces available so register early! The deadline for registrations is typically mid-April.
This program is intended for children aged 4-16, who may require some extra support at camp due to varying abilities.
If you are a parent wanting to register a child, or a post-secondary student returning to school in the fall who is interested in this employment opportunity, please speak with Mara.
Summer Program 2022
Summer Program 2021
Come join us next summer!
Our Summer Funders
Thank you to our Summer Funders who make our Recreation & Respite Programming possible!