Incorporated February 15, 1990, the Victoria Disability Resource Centre (VDRC) is a cross-disability, grassroots, charitable organization run by and for persons with disabilities.
Interested in learning more about the VDRC? Check out the links below:
Check out our revamped, quarterly newsletter "New Perspectives"!
Learn more about the history of the VDRC and who we are.
Our Mission Statement, Mandate, and Philosophy promote independent living for persons with disabilities. Also see the Strategic Plan and Annual Report.
The staff and board members of the VDRC.
To make information accessible, this website aims to conform with level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA) of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. To learn more about what the VDRC has done to achieve this, visit this page.
Independent Living Canada (IL Canada) is the national umbrella organization, representing and coordinating a network of Independent Living Centres (IL Centres) at the national level.
We are a registered charity and are able to provide programs and services thanks to a variety of supporters. Learn more about our valued supporters by visiting this page.
See the VDRC's Annual Report for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year