Overview & Benefits


Established in 1996, Kwùmut Lelum Child and Family Services is an aboriginal based agency located in Snuneymuxw territory that provides caregiving services and community programs and services to nine First Nations on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. 



Le'lumilh program is for children and young people aged from 0 – 19 years old. To help us provide quality care for these children and young people we are responsible for recruiting, training and supporting quality caregivers. We have a quality Le'lumilh team who devote themselves to supporting our caregivers and children in care.


Community Programs

Our community programs aim to make a difference for children, young people and families. We invest heavily in programs and initiatives that are focused on young Aboriginal people. We want to see our people participate well and be competitive at school. We want to implement programs and initiatives that proudly display our culture and many talents.


Aboriginal Advocacy

We continue to provide advocacy support and assist where possible to ensure that our clients or community members are receiving appropriate or adequate services or in an effort to resolve certain situations.


Promoting Community Cultural Awareness

We will always proudly promote Aboriginal culture, history and values through providing and attending community events, service promotion, service literature and service delivery.


Partnership Exploration

Where appropriate, we will link with other quality services in an effort to support or improve our own service delivery. Where appropriate, we will enter into partnership arrangements to increase service output.


For more information on Kw'umut Lelum's Programs and Services please contact: