The Community Voice Mail provides free voice mail phone numbers to front line workers. The front line workers provide the free voice mail to people that have no constant, reliable form of communication, are homeless or in transition.
The Prince George Community Voice Mail Program is the second community in Canada to have this program.
The clients of the Community Voice Mail program express their personal views on the service.
The Province of British Columbia through the Ministry of Jobs, Tourism and Skills Training funded this program with an additional $25,000 on February 17, 2017. See the full News Release Here.
Stay in contact with your:
Housing Provider, Employment worker, Social Worker, Health Care Provider, Probation Officers, Counselor, Mental Health Worker, and Support Group or Sponsor.
Never miss another important message.
It’s as easy as one, two, three.
Sign up, personalize your recording, give out your number to service providers.
We have a team of dynamic people involved in bringing this service to the people of Prince George.
- Christos Vardacostas, Executive Director, Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George
- James Foster, Canadian Manager
- Kay Robinson, Community Voice Mail Coordinator
- Kim Hamilton, Finance
Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George has been providing services to the community since 1984. We are proud to provide the Community Voice Mail to other charitable and non-profit service providers who work to alleviate homelessness in the city.
Here is a list of organizations that are partners in bringing this service to the people of Prince George.
- Aboriginal Infant Family Development
- Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George
- Adult Mental Health (Hospital)
- Active Support Against Poverty (ASAP)
- Advocating for Woman and Children (AWAC)
- Amber House
- CSFS Bridging to Employment
- Carrier Sekani Family Services
- Central Interior Native Health
- Elizabeth Fry Outreach
- Employment Action
- PG Native Friendship Center Career Development
- Hadih House
- John Howard Society
- Kikino Family Services
- Ketso yoh
- Prince George Nechako Aboriginal Employment and Training (PGNAETA)
- Prince George Literacy Program
- Metis Employment
- New Hope
- Phoenix Transition
- Salvation Army Food Bank
- Shepard’s Corner
- St Vincent De Paul Food Bank/Drop In
- Work BC
Locations of public phones to check your messages:
Prince George Native Friendship Center, the Fire Pit, Saint Vincent De Paul, Work BC, YAP, Central Interior Native Health, Needle Exchange, Salvation Army Food Bank, Shepard’s Corner, Hadih House, Employment Action, Pay phones at the Court House, Superstore, Hospital, and the bus depot.
Send one message to all Community Voice Mail Users in the city about job fairs, job opportunities, health screenings, available shelter and homelessness services. Free events around town.
With one key press, clients can instantly reply to their case managers after hearing a broadcast message that interests them. Press 4
Reset by Phone
When one client has met their goals, case managers reset the number to give it to someone new.
The Community Voice Mail has Dylan McLeod from Luma Native Housing CVM to maintain the system and respond to any technical problems.
Aboriginal Housing Society of Prince George
1919 17th Avenue
Prince George BC V2L 5R2
If you or your organization would like to participate please contact:
Kay Robinson, Community Voice Mail Coordinator