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Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

Responsible for planning, funding, coordinating, and providing virtually all public health care and disease prevention in Vancouver. For mental health services see the independent listing for Vancouver Community Mental Health Services. GF Strong Rehab Centre, UBC Hospital, and Vancouver General Hospital are listed independently. Services are listed below, grouped under the following headings: addiction services, community care facilities licensing, community care services, community health centres/clinics, environmental health services, hospice services, multicultural services, prenatal/postnatal services, special health needs services, speech and hearing services, tobacco reduction programs, travel health services, volunteer health services, and youth health services.

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Vancouver Native Health Society
Howe Sound Women's Centre Society

Women's Centre offers information, referral and support on a drop-in basis; a library, advocacy (on legal, welfare, disability and human rights issues) and a network of local women. It also operates Pearl's Place Transition House; a 24-Hour emergency line and a Children Who Witness Violence program for individual or group counselling. Location: 38132- 2nd Ave.

Windermere Valley Youth Centre

"1.supervised drop-in centre for youth to spend after-school hours in a safesupervised environment 2.youth-inclusive fund-raising events ..."

Richmond Health Services Society
Revelstoke Women's Shelter Society
Nechako Centre
Princeton General Hospital


  • Laboratory and radiology (x-ray) services
  • Emergency services
  • Acute care beds
  • Outpatient ambulatory care procedures

Visiting Hours:

  • Depends on condition of patient
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Vancouver Island Haven Society

Haven Society


~ Promoting the safety of women, children, youth and families since 1978 ~


Haven Society provides services to women, children, youth and families who have experienced violence.


Every year over 2,500 women and children in the mid Vancouver Island area seek support to deal with issues of abuse and violence. Over the years, with the support of our community, Haven Society has evolved into a full service agency. Our programs provide everything from shelter to emotional support, counselling, advocacy, court accompaniment, and most importantly, a safe place to begin healing from the abuse.

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Capilano University