Administers social assistance payments directly to members.
Administers guardian financial assistance.
Administers the National Child Benefit Supplement.
Provides supplies for clients who find employment.
Provides supplies and fees for students attending Adult Learning and Adult Basic Education.
Funds various programs for women and children.
Refers people to other Cowichan Tribes' services such as Education, Health, and Children and Families.
Connects people with outside agencies such as Human Resources Development Canada and the Ministry of Children and Families.
An Administrator with two Financial Assistance Workers administer the program. Revenue comes from Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) through the Comprehensive Funding Agreement.
222 Cowichan Way
Duncan, BC V9L 6P4
Individual Opportunities Program (IOP)
IOP is part of the Social Development Team. IOP is designed to be a lifelong employment strategy that supports clients and their goals to secure employment and.or education opportunities. The goal is to provide you with training opportunities, workshops, employment counselling, community referral, and mapping out your education and life long employment.
We believe in your future and in our future as Cowichan Tribes members. Please take advantage of the opportunities and services we offer.
The Individual Opportunities Program is here to assist you with with following:
- Filling out paper work (application forms for IOP, sponsorship forms etc).
- Providing information to training and workshops to better prepare you for the workforce e.g. First Aid, Food Safe. resume' writing, Life Skills etc. and upcoming employment opportunities.
- Career and Education goals.
- Assisting you with preparation of your employment plan.
- IOP Brochure - JANUARY revised 2017.pdf
Selina Javier, IOP Advisor
Ph: 250-748-3196 ext. 294
IOP Job Postings:
Jobs posted are for SD/IOP Clients ONLY
No job postings at this time.
Updated: May 24, 2016