Adult In-Home Care

Under Social Development lies Adult In-Home Care services. Some of these duties include:

Help the members stay at home
Homemakers (homemaking, cleaning, dishes, laundry, cooking, helping with demanding duties, some maintenance)
Drive to appointments
Bring to activities (Lillooet, Kamloops, Merrit, Xaxli’p)
Promote Healthy Living
Care packages
Pension applications

For more information please see contact page


Vera Doss was born and raised in Xaxli’p and was part of the Health Department team for many years until in December 2008 when she became the Xaxli’p First Nations Receptionist and Health Receptionist combined which employ more than 20+ staff members. She enjoys greeting people as you enter Xaxli’p Administration. Along with Vera’s job,…

Public Works

The Public Works department performs a variety of functions associated with scheduled maintenance work, including parks, cemeteries, roads and grounds. The Public Works Crew ensures the safe and efficient operation of roads, drainage, and playgrounds throughout the community. The Public Works Department is also responsible for maintaining community buildings such as the Administration Office, Education Building. It…

Social Development

The Social Development services include some of these initiatives: Income Allowance National Child Benefit Reinvestment (NCBR) Work Opportunity Program (WOP) Family Violence Liaison with MCFD (Ministry Child and Family Development) To be eligible for funds from Social Development a person must meet three (3) criteria: Reside on Reserve Apply Submit Documents, taxes, bank statements, pay…


The Xaxli’p Education Department is responsible for all aspects of education for the community from k-12 students, Post-Secondary and down to the pre-school level. The eduction program provides a variety of educational funding for various types of educational services to its members living in the community. The main goal is to provide Post-Secondary funding to…


Programs & Services Admin program Pre and Post natal Mental Health Addictions, partnered with mental health Youth Solvent Abuse Diabetes program (partnered with SOHS) Nutrition and physical activity Nurse program HIV Aids Drinking Water safe program Home and community care Medical Travel (policy by FNHA) Health manager Public Works (janitorial) Clerical Extra funding program (First…