Living wage, livable future: Tenacity and community support help Abbotsford woman build new life free from violence
One woman’s story of trudging forward on her own, determined to provide for her children. Read more.
People Helping People
You have been our focus for over 45 years – helping in any way that we can for whatever your needs. As a large non-profit charitable organization ACS plays a significant role in this community. Take a few minutes to find out how we may be able to help you or someone in your family. Together – YOU and ACS – we make a stronger, healthier Abbotsford.
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The importance of a living wage
We believe in social justice. In the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing the importance of a living wage with the Abbotsford community online and in print.
Living wage: Krystal's story
Krystal nearly lost her son Nollan every year for the first four years of his young life. By the time he was four, exhaustion, escalating stress levels, and the inability to make ends meet culminated. Krystal knew she needed to make a change.
Abbotsford Community Services
Every year, almost 40,000 people come through our doors looking for help from one or more of our 80 programs and services.
From newborn babies to seniors – we help people of all ages.
From women escaping violence to youth overcoming addictions – we help people in crisis.
From newcomers in Canada to people with developmental disabilities – we help people feel like they belong.
At Abbotsford Community Services, we are People Helping People.