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Our Values

The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia (NCCABC) provides culturally appropriate services to aboriginal people and communities consistent with their needs. Our service is accomplished through access to counselling and referral services to clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; advocacy services for aboriginal family and youth; facilitating and enhancing access to justice by assisting clients involved in the criminal justice system; provides services to Vancouver community court; providing community outreach; networking and partnerships; advocacy services; and providing training and workshops.

Our dedicated employees are responsive to the needs of the community by providing quality, innovative and educational options where people are treated with dignity and respect.

 

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BRITISH COLUMBIA JUSTICE SUMMITS

Justice Summits are convened by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice of British Columbia, at least once a year, to facilitate innovation in, and collaboration across, the justice and public safety sector. 

On the conclusion of its deliberations, a Justice Summit must report to the Minister on the outcome of those deliberations. By agreement between the executive and judicial branches of government, the report of the Justice Summit is simultaneously submitted to the Chief Justice of British Columbia, to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and the Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of British Columbia. 

Download the 2013 Second Justice Summit Report here.

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