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Saltspring Island Community Services  
http://www.saltspringcommunityservices.ca/

A not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to strengthening people, families and communities. Since 1975 we have provided a broad and diverse range of services and supports to the communities of the Southern Gulf Islands.

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British Columbia College of Chiropractors  
www.bcchiro.com

Determining the standards of health services from chiropractic doctors and providing information to both the public and chiropractors. The College also monitors the registration, conduct and competence of all registered chiropractors practicing in British Columbia.

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North Okanagan Health Unit  
http://www.northokanagan.net/r_heal.htm

North Okanagan Health Unit has offices located in Vernon, Armstrong, Enderby and Lumby.

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Cornerstone Resource Centre

Non-profit outreach centre which houses various mental health programs, including therapeutic recreation outreach program, an art centre, and mood disorder support services.

 

Lake District Safe Haven Transition House Society

It's hard to leave when you don't know where to go. Women have a right to be safe in their own homes - but sometimes the only safe place is somewhere else.

 


Transition houses, safe homes and second-stage houses are meant to be safe places. Their addresses Aare not widely publicized to try to keep them safer. When you've finished your stay at a transition house, you are given priority for affordable housing where it is available.


  • Transition houses provide temporary housing in a safe, secure environment for women and their children leaving abusive relationships. Women and their children usually stay in a transition house for less than a month.

  • Safe homes provide temporary accommodation in communities where transition houses do not exist. The safe home may be a rental apartment, private home or hotel unit.

  • Second-stage houses help women who have left abusive relationships make long-term plans for independent living. Women and their children usually stay in a second-stage house for 9-12 months.

Gerontology Research Centre  
http://www.sfu.ca/grc/

The Gerontology Research Centre (GRC) was established in 1982 with the help of grants from Imperial Oil, the Real Estate Foundation of BC, Shoppers Drug Mart, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The associated Department of Gerontology was established in 1983. Together, the GRC and Department serve as a focal point for research, education and information on individual and population aging and maintain an active publications program

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Fort Nelson Hospital
Stoney Creek Band Council

Part of Carrier-Sekani Tribal Council

2nd Floor, 1460 - 6th Avenue
Prince George, BC, Canada, V2L 3N2
562-6279, FAX 562-8206

Northshore Multicultural Society  
http://www.nsms.ca/

North Shore Multicultural Society (NSMS) is dedicated to building a harmonious and inclusive North Shore community that assists immigrants and refugees to integrate successfully into life in Canada.

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British Columbia Coalition to Eliminate Abuse of Seniors  
http://www.hls.gov.bc.ca/seniors/guide/personal_security/coalition.htm

The BC Coalition to Eliminate Abuse of Seniors (BC CEAS) provides information, training, community development and materials on abuse and neglect of seniors to individuals, community agencies and organizations. The society also offers information on services and support groups available to seniors who have experienced abuse.

 

An information and referral line offers legal information, referral and legal advocacy to seniors, community agencies, organizations, victims’ services and others throughout the province.

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