Aboriginal Children

Our most valuable resource

We Can Help

Prevent homelessness

Enriching Lives

Of Aboriginal people in our community

Who We Are

The Prince Rupert Aboriginal Community Services Society originated under the umbrella of the Tsimshian Tribal Council (TTC), where we began delivering justice initiatives to Aboriginal people in 1999. After the TTC's closure, we continued our work and incorporated under the name 'Aboriginal Justice Society'. Since then, we have expanded our services to include medical transportation, homelessness prevention, and other important community programming.  To better reflect what we do, our organization was renamed in 2011. Today, we are the non-profit Prince Rupert Aboriginal Community Services Society (PRACSS).

Our Mission is to enrich the lives of Aboriginal people who come into our sphere of influence. This is accomplished through a variety ofsupportive programming for single people, families, children, elders and youth.

Latest News

Welcome to Our New Website!

After a couple of months of planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of our new website! Our website has been re-built with the latest technology in mind.

Business Excellence Awards

Theresa Wesley definitely worked very hard over the years along with staff and Board of Directors to build this non-profit organization.


Restorative Justice Forum

We would like to invite you to attend this amazing training opportunity for the Community Justice Forum and Peacemaker Circle Training lead by Myles Morrison of Tofino, BC.

Programs & Services

Medical Transportation Program

The information in this section of our website is intended to clarify our role in the delivery of funding for medical transportation to our clients. 
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Aboriginal Justice Program

Through our program, we bring together victims, offenders, and the community to take part in developing and implementing solutions that are beneficial to those affected.
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Client Advocacy

It is our aim is to assist you, and when it is necessary to advocate on your behalf. Our aim is to give you voice and assistance.
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Aboriginal Head Start Program

AHS is a licensed pre-school that is dedicated to the multi-cultural needs of Prince Rupert's and Port Edward's children, with focus on our Aboriginal communities.
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Indigenous Homelessness

Funding available to address the needs of the homeless or at risk of homelessness in Prince Rupert Deadline for Applications/Expressions of Interest July 31, 2020
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Contact Us

Prince Rupert Aboriginal Community Services Society
265-309 2nd Avenue West, Prince Rupert BC, V8J 3T1

  • Administration (250) 622 2891
  • Justice (250) 622 2891
  • Patient Travel (250) 624 4646
  • PT Toll Free 1 (888) 624 5504
  • Fax (250) 622 2893
  • Email pracss@citywest.ca

Aboriginal Headstart
313 Prince Rupert Blvd.
Phone: 250 627 4010