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Our Philosophy

BACI’s approach to building good lives for the people we support is grounded in various strategic frameworks routed through our Theory Of Change. We stress the importance of person and family-centered practices and building a diverse and inclusive social network. These actions lead to our three pillars of change — Being, Becoming and Belonging.

BEING

The core building blocks of one’s life. Home, Health and Safety, Communication, Positive Social Atmosphere, Access to Services and Resources, and Staff Support.

BECOMING

Employment, Community, Personal Growth, Child Development and the Association — supporting people becoming contributing, active citizens, and visible and valuable members of society.

BELONGING

The array of Relationships, Diversity, Accessibility and Inclusion that provide meaning and connection to others, including family, friends and loved ones, as well as meaningful opportunities for expressing and receiving love and affection — acknowledging our desire for reciprocal bonds that confirm we belong.

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BACI is located and provides services on unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish People of the MusqueamTsleil-Waututh and Squamish

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