We began as young moms sharing parenting challenges around a kitchen table, and incorporated Sooke Family Resource Society in 1984 to provide child, youth and family services in the Sooke community. Since those early days, we have expanded to offer a wide range of supports for those in need from Port Renfrew to the Greater Victoria area. SFRS is known and respected for our commitment to quality services to the people we serve as well as to the community as a whole.
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News, Newsletters and Calendars
Board of Directors
Welcome to Sooke Family Resource Society
Sooke Family Resource Society, operating since 1984, works alongside the communities of Southern Vancouver Island to enhance the strength, connection and resiliency of individuals, children, families and youth.
We acknowledge the traditional territories of the Coast Salish Nations
and Nuu-chah-nulth Nations of southern Vancouver Island.
Our areas of support range from:
Child care (drop-in groups, preschool, parent support groups)
Prenatal care (groups & outreach support)
Mental health (USTAT)
Community inclusion and support for individuals with developmental disabilities
Use this website to explore our specific programs and find the best suited service for your needs; or call us for more information at our main office: 250-642-5152.
"No judgment, no hesitation, just help! Thank you for all you do for the families in our community!"
We have a number of services available including:
Early Years Centre
Children and Family Drop-In Programs
Prenatal Education Outreach
Childcare Resource and Referral (CCRR)
Toy and Resource Lending Library
Family Support Program
Supported Access Program
Urgent Short Term Treatment & Assessment (USTAT)
For general information about our programs and services, please send your requests to the following email address:
Sooke Family Resource Society
Sooke Family Resource Society is a dedicated partner in building a healthy empowered community by promoting responsive, safe and accessible services, life-long learning, mutual caring and respect.
The Board of Directors of Sooke Family Resource Society is always interested in having active community members on its board to further the work of the Society.
Please contact Nicky Logins:
Hours for all SFRS Offices:
Main Office/Mailing Address
100-6672 Wadams Way
Sooke, BC V9Z 0H3
345 Wale Road
Early Years Centre Phone: 250-217-9243
202-2800 Bryn Maur Rd.
Sooke Family Resource Society would like to extend a
BIG THANK YOU
to all for the local community organizations, businesses & individuals for their support throughout the year.
Your support is greatly appreciated!
Thank You from SFRS to the following funders:
Vancouver Island Health Authority
Community Living BC
School District 62
Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island
United Way of Greater Victoria Community Partner
The Province of British Columbia
Public Health Agency of Canada
BCAA RSF/United Way of the Lower Mainland
District of Sooke
News, Newsletters, and Calenders
Early Years Centre Brochure
Family Resource Program Brochure
Sooke Family Resource Society Newsletter
Sooke Family Resource Society Annual Report
Sooke Family Resource Society Organizational Chart
Sooke Family Resource Society – Child Care Resource and Referral Newsletter
Our Board of Directors
Sarah Temple, Chair
Jim Freer, Vice Chair
Tracy McTaggart, Treasurer
Ed Rogers, Director
Gloria DeFields, Director
Elaine Hooper, Director
Janice Hlady, Director
Jane Smirl, Director
Rae Williamson, Director
The Board of Directors of Sooke Family Resource Society is interested in welcoming active community members onto its board to further the work of the Society. If would like to join a dynamic team in service to your community, please contact our Executive Director, Nicky Logins:
Who We Are
“We are dedicated to caring for families and individuals of all ages and abilities in communities on southern Vancouver Island by providing services in parenting support, child, youth and family development, as well as mental health and addictions.”
“Sooke Family Resource Society will be the centre of best practices and a community leader in the provision of programs and services in the fields of early childhood and family development, and mental health and addictions.”
A. We are respectful, honest, and fair.
B. We treat all people with equality, while recognizing diversity.
C. We adapt with innovation, creativity and strategic planning.
D. We nurture an environment that is open, trusting and caring.
E. We behave ethically, legally and safely.
F. We work collaboratively and inclusively to make effective change.
G. We are an accountable and action-oriented community partner.