Website: www.tops.org

There are TOPS chapters located in Courtenay and Comox. Please visit the website- “About TOPS” and “Find a Meeting” for more information regarding these clubs.

To support our members as they take off and keep off pounds sensibly.

Programs & Services
- TOPS are a non-profit international family of all ages, sizes and shapes, from all walks of life dedicated to helping each other take off and keep off pounds sensibly. We offer fellowship wile you change to a healthier new lifestyle and learn to maintain it.
- There are many TOPS chapters located in the Comox Valley - visit the website for more information
- Membership fee

Last updated: 2014-09-11      Print Listing     


Phone: 604-255-0546
Toll Free: (Outside Lower Mainland): 1-800-665-1185
Email: Message via Facebook - www.facebook.com/tracbc
Website: www.tenants.bc.ca
Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 1pm-5pm and Wed 5:30pm-8:30pm

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Last updated: 2018-06-28      Print Listing     


PO Box 3666, Courtenay , V9N 7P1
Website: www.cvtrs.com
Hours: Monday to Thursday 9am – 5pm

Contact: Margaret Hind -

Fairgrounds Barn, 4839 Headquarters Road

Ph: 250-338-1968, Fax: 250-338-4197 Email: cvtrs@telus.net 

Stonehenge Farm, 4875 Headquarters Road

Ph: 250-338-1987 Email: cvtrsthestableprogram@gmail.com

The Comox Valley Therapeutic Riding Society provides therapy and rehabilitation through horseback riding.  CVTRS’s programs are for mentally, physically and emotionally challenged people, including those who are deaf or blind. 

Programs & Services

Operating out of two facilities the Fairgrounds barn hosts programs for children and adults with physical and mental challenges. The second facility is right next door at Stonehenge Farm and houses the Stable Programs.  The Stable Program is an integrated wellness therapy that combines somatic psychology, relational horsemanship and the use of mindfulness practices as a way of helping clients find an alternative way to dealing with their distress.

Volunteer recruitment is on-going as 1-3 volunteers per rider are needed for upwards of 130 riders per week. Volunteers are needed for 1 to 2 hours per week with a preferred commitment of ten weeks. No lifting is required but some degree of physical fitness is needed for trail walking and uneven surfaces. Experience with horses or people with disabilities is helpful but not required as training is provided. 

Last updated: 2014-09-11      Print Listing     


St. John Ambulance
Phone: 250-897-1098

Contact: Dave Fletcher - Div1147@bc.sja.ca
Programs & Services

Last updated: 2015-01-30      Print Listing     


Komoux Toastmasters Club; 60 Minutes Toastmasters Club

Komoux Toastmasters

Email: houdesylvain@hotmail.com

Meetings: Every Wednesday from 7pm – 9pm at the Lewis Centre (489 Old Island Highway, Courtenay)


Comox Valley Toastmasters Club

Website: comoxvalley.toastmastersclubs.org/

Meetings: every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Lewis Centre at 489 Old Island Highway, Courtenay, BC


60 Minutes Toastmasters Club

Phone: (Dave) 250-230-0776
Email: 60MinTMCourtenay@gmail.com
Meetings: Every Thursday from 12 pm –1 pm at the Cornerstone Family & Community Services, #8, 468-29th Street, Courtenay (right by the Great Canadian Oil Change).

Programs & Services

At Toastmasters you will learn:


Visitors are welcome to observe a Toastmasters meeting. Three complimentary visits are encouraged before joining.

Last updated: 2018-07-25      Print Listing     


PO Box 3785 Station Main, 4830 Headquarters Road, Courtenay, V9N 7P2
Phone: 250-338-8445
Fax: 250-338-8055
Hours: Monday to Friday 7:30am – 5:00pm

Contact: Manager, Teddies ‘N’ Toddlers Childcare Centre and Young Parent Program Coordinator, Manager, Little Friends Early Learning Centre -


Teddies and Toddler childcare: teddies@tntls.com 

Young Parent Program: ypp@tntls.com

Little Friends Early Learning Centre: littlefriends@tntls.com

Programs & Services

Serving students/ young parents and community families with children from birth to 5 years

Last updated: 2015-01-30      Print Listing     


1809 Beaufort Avenue, Comox , V9M 1R9
Phone: 250-339-2202
Fax: 250-339-7110
Email: town@comox.ca
Website: www.comox.ca

Mayor: Paul Ives

Council: Russ Arnott, Ken Grant, Marg Grant, Hugh MacKinnon, Barbara Price, Maureen Swift

Last updated: 2018-07-13      Print Listing     


Phone: 250-339-5426
Transit Information Line: 250-339-5453 HandiDart: 250-339-5442
Website: bctransit.com/comox-valley/

Programs & Services

- BC Bus Pass Program: 1-866-866-0800 (for eligibility criteria) -a universal bus pass that allows for unlimited travel on your conventional transit system, available to seniors & persons with a disability on a restricted income.
- HandiDart: for persons who have a disability that is sufficiently severe that the person is unable to use conventional transit service without assistance
- Taxi Saver Program: provides registered HandiDart clients with greater convenience for spontaneous travel when HandiDart cannot accommodate your travel needs -call for more detailed information
- Community Bus: for residents in the Cape Lazo / Point Holmes area and the Huband Road / Seal Bay area 3 times a day, Monday to Friday. In Town, passengers with disabilities can arrange for door-to-door drop off and pick up at their destinations. Other passengers will have an opportunity to travel to major exchange points where they can then transfer to and from regular Comox Valley Transit trips.
- Low-Floor Bus: buses are equipped to carry two wheelchairs or one scooter at once
- Bike racks: no extra cost to load your bike on the bus

Last updated: 2018-07-13      Print Listing     


Non profit Agency
625 England Ave, Courtenay , V9N 2N5
Business & Counselling Line: 250-897-0511 Lilli House Crisis Line (24 hours): 250-338-1227
Email: admin@cvts.ca
Website: www.cvts.ca

The Comox Valley Transition Society is a feminist non-profit agency committed to making a positive contribution to the lives of women (including Trans women), children and their families.  We offer supportive programs that provide safety and security and the prevention of violence as well as personal well-being through the provision of a safe shelter, counseling, education and advocacy.


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Last updated: 2018-05-28      Print Listing     


3rd floor – West Tower, 555 West 12th Street, Vancouver , V5Z 3X7
Fax: 604-877-2111
Toll Free: 1-800-663-6189
Email: info@bct.phsa.ca
Website: www.transplant.bc.ca

With compassion, collaboration and innovation, we will save lives and offer hope through organ donation, transplantation and research.

Last updated: 2018-07-13      Print Listing