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For over forty years, we’ve been a bridge to hope and potential in our communities. We provide dozens of innovative programs and services to help people at every stage of life. And, we’re always evolving to meet community needs. We play a vital role in helping people thrive, right here in their own community. How can we help you today?


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Early Childhood

Child, Youth &
Family Services



Feature Program

Navigating the middle years with self-control.

SNAP® stands for Stop Now And Plan. SNAP is a proven program that teaches children with behavioural problems, and their parents, how to make better choices ‘in the moment’. Connexus has trained staff to deliver the SNAP program and we’re currently looking for boys between 6 and 11 to take part in a 13-week Fort St. James program. Interested? Call 250-996-7645 or drop by our office at 349 Stuart Drive.


Connexus is fully accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF). This accreditation ensures we are meeting internationally developed standards in the provision of quality services and is achieved through an independent, external review to identify strengths and areas for improvement based on objective program expectations and guidelines.

We provide services to a 150 km2 area with offices in three communities:

157 W Victoria St.,
Vanderhoof, BC V0J 3A0

Phone: 250-567-9205
Monday to Friday 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:30

Fort St. James
349 Stuart Dr West
Fort St James, BC V0J 1P0

Phone: 250-996-7645
Monday to Friday 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:30

Fraser Lake
298 McMillan Ave.
Fraser Lake, BC V0J 1S0

Phone: 250-567-9205
Monday to Friday 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-4:30

Thank you to our valued supporters: BC Housing | United Way of Northern BC | District of Vanderhoof | District of Fraser Lake | District of Fort St. James

Connexus acknowledges that we work on the traditional and unceded territories of the Dakelh-ne.  We are honoured to work within their ancestral lands.