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Dunmore Place, Tamitik Status of Women

A temporary safe home for women and their children who have experienced abuse or at risk of experiencing abuse.  Crisis line 24 hrs/day 7 days/week

Tamitik Status of Women Association

Provides programs and services focused on intervention and prevention of violence and poverty issues in the community. Responsible for following programs : Outreach Worker/ Supportive Counsellor, Transition House - Dunmore Place, Discovering Healthy Relationships Counsellor, Stopping the Violence Counsellor, Anti-Poverty Programs.

Elizabeth Fry Society of Prince George  
http://pgefry.bc.ca/

We assist and empower women, children and youth. By advocating for women and children in our communities and by supporting women and children through counseling and education we work for social and legal justice.

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Snow Country Health Council  
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Mandate Goals: The Snow Country Health Council provides Acute Care, Home Support, Mental Health Counselling, Alcohol and Drug Counselling, Parenting Programs, and Contracted Doctors under one administration in the Stewart Health Centre.
Core Services Provided: The Core Services it is involved in providing are; Health Promotion, Prevention and Public Health services, Treatment (acute and chronic care), Home Based Care, Mental Health Services, Substance Misuse Services, Finance, Management and Administrative Support.
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BC Naturopathic Association  
http://www.bcna.ca/index.php

The BCNA is the professional association for naturopathic physicians in BC. We act on behalf of and for the profession to promote the services provided by and the integrity and honour of the naturopathic profession.

 

We act to advance the scientific, educational, professional and economic welfare of all members of the profession in BC. And we act as agent, trustee or otherwise for naturopathic physicians in BC in connection with collective bargaining, remuneration for services, insurance and other legislative matters.

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Abbotsford Community Services  
http://www.abbotsfordcommunityservices.com/

Abbotsford Community Services is "People Helping People". As a large social service organization, our programs encompass early childhood development, counselling and youth services, immigrant settlement and seniors services.  Every year the 300 plus staff members of Abbotsford Community Services help more than 37,000 residents in one way or another through our 70 different programs. Abbotsford Community Services is a United Way Member Agency.

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Trail Family And Individual Resource Centre Society  
http://trailfair.ca/
Law Foundation of British Columbia  
http://www.lawfoundationbc.org/

The Law Foundation of British Columbia is a non-profit foundation created by legislation in 1969 to receive and distribute the interest on clients' funds held in lawyers' pooled trust accounts maintained in financial institutions.

 

The Legal Profession Act directs the Law Foundation to distribute these funds in five areas:

 

  • legal education;
  • legal research;
  • legal aid;
  • law reform; and
  • law libraries.

 

The Foundation recognizes that while its objectives are legal in nature, the income is to be allocated to programs that will benefit the general public of British Columbia.

 

A grant application:

  • must be submitted by a non-profit organization
  • must fall within one or more of the five mandated areas
  • must establish a clear benefit to the people of British Columbia
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SWAP  
http://www.swap.ca/

SWAP offers programs for Canadians who want to go abroad to work and travel.

 

For foreign participants who are arriving or currently in Canada for their SWAP Working Holidays experience.

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British Columbia Schizophrenia Society  
http://www.bcss.org/

The British Columbia Schizophrenia Society is a non-profit organization founded in 1982 by families and friends of people with schizophrenia. Since then, BCSS has grown into a province-wide family support system with 30 Branches, 11 Regional Coordinators, 3 Program Coordinators and over 1600 members.

 

We are dedicated to supporting each other, educating the public, raising funds for research and advocating for better services for people with schizophrenia and other serious and persistent mental illnesses.

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