The Richmond Community Services Advisory Committee, funded by the City of Richmond, is an advisory body to Richmond City Council on social, health, and community matters.
The RCSAC brings together a broad and diverse group of government, community, and agency representatives concerned about the social well-being of the community.
View the RCSAC Brochure:
To advise City Council on social policies and community planning issues.
To identify and address emerging concerns by:
- Educating the appropriate organizations, government bodies, and community members.
- Sharing information and providing networking opportunities.
To create awareness of relevant issues, as appropriate, at the federal, provincial, and municipal levels of government.
To support local, community-based initiatives.
Social services operating in Richmond are encouraged to consider membership with the RCSAC. Advantages include:
- Working collectively with other agencies on community issues of mutual importance
- Opportunities to highlight concerns affecting your agency
- Access to a large network of representatives from other Richmond social service agencies
- Voting privileges at RCSAC General Meetings
- Notification of forums and community events of interest
- Exposure on the RCSAC website