The Little House Society is a nonprofit group established in 2004 to oversee the Little House as a facility for recovery group meetings. Today the Little House Society is committed to reducing and preventing the harm associated with alcohol and drug abuse, and support the efforts of abstinence-based recovery through collaboration, education, and facilitation with stakeholders in South Delta, BC and beyond.
The members of the Board of Directors are all volunteers. Anyone who is interested can become a member of the Society. There is no fee for membership. If you are interested, please send us an email.
|Reverend Karin Fulcher||–||Secretary|
|Ellen Challinor||–||Society Treasurer|
|Clayton Kraft||–||Facility Treasurer|
|Chuck Doucette||–||Chair, Education Advisory Council|
|Rian Dodds||–||Chair, Facilities Committee|
For the biographies of our board of directors, please click this link
The Little House Society is dedicated to creating opportunities to help reduce the effects of substance abuse for individuals, families, and communities. We have assembled an Education Advisory Council of 11 experts in the field of addiction, individual and family therapy, research, and recovery to assist in the development, implementation, and evaluation of its community-based education strategies. It is the Society’s hope that these strategies will become a model for other communities wishing to make an impact in addressing substance abuse issues.
|Chuck Ducette, Chair||Tsawwassen|
|Dr. Ray Baker||White Rock|
|Kathleen Beaton, M.C.||Tsawwassen|
|Neal Berger, M.C.||Nanoose Bay|
|Dr. Colin Mangham||Langley|
|Mike Pegler, M.B.A.||Langley|
|Dr. Martin Ray||Tsawwassen|
|Dr. Martin Shain||Toronto|
|Jim Stimson, R.S.W.||Ladner|
|Dr. Carl Stroh||Tsawwassen|
|Nancy Lee, BA||Langley|
For the biographies of our education advisory council, please click this link