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Deltaassist Family & Community Services
Online directory of community services.
Delta Parks, Recreation and Culture
The Corporation of Delta’s Leisure Access Assistance Program allows eligible, low-income Delta residents (individuals or families) to access drop-in land & aquatic fitness classes, weight room sessions, public swims, open gyms & public skating.
Grade 5, 6, 7 & 8 students in Delta: Eligible for free admission to use drop in programs at all Delta Parks, Recreation and Culture programs. $5 administration fee per year.
Food and bus tickets when help is not available elsewhere. Support is one time only and connections will be made to other assistance in the community
To promote the independence of new Canadians, through programs and services.
For Fire, Police & Ambulance
Eric Ripplinger Memorial Fund for Swimming Lessons for Youth
Financial subsidies for Delta children to learn how to swim
Peer support network for parents who have children with mental health and/or substance use challenges.
Parent and Tot Drop in at McCloskey Strong Start on Tuesday afternoons from 1-3 pm. Come and play, learn and connect, all with an emphasis on West Coast cultures.
Come out for one of Ladner's longest running family traditions. Complete with midway, pancake breakfast, marketplace, petting zoo, entertainment, arts & crafts, fast pitch, May Day Queen and parade. Check out the full list of events and activities on the website. May 24th - 26th, 2019
Did you know that babies begin to recognize voices even before they are born? That means it is never too early to start reading to your baby. This group is very organic; it can be whatever you need it to be. If there is anything you would like to talk about or read up on, we can research it in the library. Join us and make this group your own! (We meet once a month, see the library website for more details)