Settlement & Integration

We assists you and your family as you adjust to life in Canada through the provision of multilingual and multicultural settlement services.
We help you navigate and access social and economic systems of British Columbia and Canada.

An overview of our services:

  • Needs assessment and orientation to the community
  • Information on  legal rights and responsibilities for new residents of Canada
  • Access to health and wellness information, including medical, dental and recreation resources and programs
  • Information on banking, budgeting, financial support programs and other social services available
  • Information on housing and tenancy agreements
  • Referral to Federal and Provincial programs and services such as:  Child Tax Benefits, Medical Service Plan, and Income Assistance
  • Assistance filling out applications for child tax credits, income supports and other important social benefits
  • Labour Market information and employment referral
  • Employment Standards
  • Guide through the Education System
  • Stress Support (ie. Culture Shock)
  • Permanent Resident Card renewals
  • Citizenship application and preparation for test/interview


We serve clients in Kamloops and surrounding areas. Our Settlement & Integration Counsellors are fluent in Punjabi, Hindi, Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic and French.  Call or email for an appointment !  Phone: 778-470-6101    Email:

4 thoughts on “Settlement & Integration

  1. roberto bracchini
    roberto bracchini / August 17, 2015 at 7:14 pm

    hi , im very intrested in living in canada . specialy in british columbia. i dont have any idea of what i need or what papers you need. i need more info of where could i begin in my migration precess.

    • Diversity
      Diversity / September 10, 2015 at 8:52 pm

      Hi Roberto, thanks for your message. In order to start your immigration process from the very
      beginning, I think you should go to the Canadian Government website:
      They have detailed information there. It’s important to note that sometimes the details and regulations
      change. That’s why it’s important to get your information directly from the government of Canada.
      You can also try to contact the Canadian Embassy or Consulate in your home country, as they may be
      able to provide assistance or information in your home language as well. There are agencies in most
      countries who provide many immigration-related services as well. They typically charge fees, but
      the immigration process involves application and processing fees anyway. If you find an immigration
      agency or consultant with a good reputation for being reliable and following all legal regulations
      properly, it may be worth it. There is a lot of document work involved, and the application package
      itself can be complicated. Good luck getting started.

  2. takawira
    takawira / November 22, 2015 at 1:28 am

    I am a new immigrant/refugee currently in Alberta and coming to do my MBA degree at TRU. I am looking to be connected to furniture banks and thrift shops for second hand furniture and kitchen utensils as I would like to live off compass as this is much cheaper for me.

    • Coby Piazza
      Coby Piazza / November 26, 2015 at 9:29 pm

      Hello! Thanks for getting in touch with us. We can definitely help you out with that. I will send you an e-mail with some more information.

      Coby Piazza
      Community Connections Coordinator

Comments are closed.