Search Organizations (English): British Columbia, Resource centres

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University of British Columbia Womyn’s Centre  
http://www.ams.ubc.ca/campus-life/ams-resource-groups/womyn%E2%80%99s-centre/

A space run by the Alma Mater Society of UBC where trans men and women, intersex and women-identified people can feel safe, empower each other, and organize against oppression and violence. Offers a wide variety of free resources such as a phone, pregnancy tests, pads, tampons, condoms, dental dams, and a space to hang out, study, eat, or nap. They sell Diva Cups on a sliding scale, and staff have weekly office hours.

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North Shore Disability Resource Centre  
http://www.nsdrc.org/

The North Shore Disability Resource Centre (NSDRC) provides programs and services based on the belief that all people are important to their community.

 

Our mission statement is “Working for a community for all”: we work to ensure that people with disabilities, along with their families and friends, can participate actively as members of the community. We are committed to working toward a community which is free of physical, financial and attitudinal barriers.

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Richmond Women's Resource Centre Association  
http://www.richmondwomenscentre.bc.ca/

Richmond Women's Resource Centre (RWRC) is a nonprofit, volunteer organization founded in 1976.

It is run by and for women to improve their status in the community and society at large.

 

The Centre, which works closely with other community groups, is a friendly place where women of all ages can come and talk about various issues.

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Eating Disorder Resource Centre of British Columbia  
http://www.caribooeatingdisorders.org/

Provides educational, referral and research services to people struggling with disordered eating, their support networks, community based organizations, students, educators and professionals working in the area.

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Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Centre Society  
http://www.vircs.bc.ca/
Works to assist in the settlement and adjustment of immigrants and refugees in Canada. Provides services designed to increase the newcomer's participation in Canadian society by assisting the newcomer to overcome barriers, including such services as such as English as a Second Language, Home Tutoring, Job Coach Program, Settlement Program, etc. (See Details)