Sooke Emergency Support Services are community volunteers available to assist their neighbours in their time of need. Whether it is one home affected by a fire or flood or an entire neigbourhood threatened by a forest fire, ESS volunteers are trained and able to provide aid, comfort and basic needs to residents of the community through those first critical hours of a disaster.
As part of Sooke's Emergency Program, this volunteer group is a division of Sooke Fire Rescue Service.
We have what it takes to keep you moving! We can help you deal with old injuries, new acute problems, or the aftermath of a motor vehicle accident or workplace injury. We hold seminars organized by the Arthritis Society, and can provide information sessions for local community groups on request.
We are based in Sooke, BC and are passionate about helping you to achieve optimal health. Our services include Physiotherapy, Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, Spinal Conditioning, Stretch therapy, Bioflex Laser, Fitness Training, Active Rehabilitation, Orthotics and Massage Therapy.
Sooke Family Resource Society is dedicated to caring for families and individuals of all ages primarily in the Sooke Region and Westshore communities by providing services in parenting support, child, youth and family development, as well as mental health and addictions. For more information about our programs and services, please visit our website.
The Sooke Fine Arts Society is a non profit organization created to encourage and promote a greater understanding and appreciation for the arts by organizing an annual art show, as well as hosting public learning opportunities to demonstrate artistic technique and expertise. The annual art show, held the end of July and early August of each year, is Vancouver Island's premier adjudicated art show. It brings artists, volunteers, visitors and art patrons together in an 11-day celebration of regional arts.
The Sooke Food Bank Society provides one hamper per month to those in need. The Food Bank is open the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Thursdays of each month from 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please bring your & your dependents' Care Cards and proof of residence with you (i.e. utility bill, drivers license, etc.). Access to the Food Bank is across from the murals in the parking lot, across from Mom's Cafe. For more information please leave a message at 250-642-7666 and someone will return your call.
The Sooke Garden Club was established in 1971 as a means for residents of the Sooke Region to come together to share experiences, learn from experts, and enjoy the camaraderie and benefits to be derived from a common interest in gardening and horticulture. In turn, the Club contributes to the community through monetary donations, gardening-related volunteer work/support, and committee participation.
Welcome to the Goodlife Wellness Centre, located in the heart of Sooke, BC. As a collective of health professionals, we offer a large selection of modalities focused on Mind & Body healing and preventative health care. We invite you to our warm and relaxing complex to find true health through Naturopathic, Chiropractic, Massage, Reflexology, Infra-Red Sauna and more.
Sooke Harbour Players 'The Best Little Theatre Company on the Coast'
Our Vision is to be recognized as a community partner, creating original, engaging and diverse entertainment. Our Mission is to create a healthy community by providing opportunities for everyone, to participate in the performing arts.
Our Club accepted the "Lioness Bridging Program" offered by Lions International and "bridged" our "Lioness Club" (formerly Sooke Lioness Club) in September 2003 which became our official charter date. There were 25 original members of the newly formed Sooke Lioness Lions Club. On July 1, 2010 we re-named our club to the Sooke Harbourside Lions Club.
In 2011, 41 members are very active in the Sooke community, but work closely with Lions and Lioness Clubs in Multiple District 19 (British Columbia, Washington, and Northern Idaho).
The Sooke Home Learners’ Support Group is a non-profit association established to offer support to home learning families in the Sooke region. Our membership comprises families who follow diverse home learning paths – from unschooling to more traditional approaches to homelearning. Members provide support to one another through an email Hotline, monthly SSOS (Sooke Support or Socializing) meetings for the parents of home learners, group events and field trips held throughout the year and a membership directory for those who wish to participate.
Hope Centre is a joint venture between the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul of Vancouver Island (SSVP) and the M’akola Group of Societies (M’akola). It came about when the groups identified a need in Sooke to provide affordable housing for aboriginal and non-aboriginal homeless singles (both men and women), including provisions for youth.
Housing and services for those experiencing homelessness in the Capital Region are primarily focused in downtown Victoria. There is great demand in Sooke for affordable housing – especially for youth who have few local resources or supports.