Princeton & District Community Services Society

Bridging Gaps in Services Since 1974

Princeton & District Community Services Society

Bridging Gaps in Services Since 1974

We Believe

Each person we serve is entitled to the same rights and freedoms given to all citizens in our society. Is a person first; unique and valued and is entitled to be treated with equality, dignity and respect. Has personal preferences and interests, therefore has the right to individualized service. Is entitled to good health, medical and dental care and aids or adaptations that may be needed for greater independence. Is entitled to the right to treatment on a voluntary basis, the right to private consultation and confidentiality and the right to be informed and give consent as he/she chooses. Is responsible for his/her own actions and therefore is responsible for the consequences.

Accredited since 2010

About Us

Welcome to Princeton & District Community Services Society (PDCSS), where our mission is to promote, develop, and coordinate comprehensive, integrated, community-based services, vocational opportunities, affordable housing options, and support for the disabled, vulnerable, and elderly population of the Princeton and District Community. At PDCSS, we are dedicated to ensuring access to a high quality of life for all individuals we serve. Committed to providing the best services possible, our organization upholds a set of policies and procedures that empower our staff, volunteers, and Board of Directors to effectively carry out our mission.

We believe in transparency and accountability, regularly updating and reviewing our policies to adapt to the evolving needs of our community. We invite stakeholders, individuals receiving services, their families, and advocates to explore our comprehensive manual and reach out for information on the various programs we provide. Together, we strive to create a supportive and inclusive community that enhances the well-being of every member.

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Services

Transportation

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Senior Services

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Meals on Wheels

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CLBC Programs

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Affordable Housing

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Police Based Victim Services

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You can also call us at 250-295-6666