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Eastpoint Natural Health Clinic

Eastpoint Natural health Clinic is a patient-centered clinic.

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The Pro-Choice Action Network (Formerly the British Columbia Coalition for Abortion Clinics)

The Pro-Choice Action Network (formerly the B.C. Coalition for Abortion Clinics) is the political and activist wing of British Columbia's pro-abortion movement.


Supported by donations and individual members and donors, along with thousands of dollars of tax-payer money, it was responsible for the establishment of B.C.'s first free-standing abortion clinic, the Everywoman's Health Centre.


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SVI Family Planning Society
YWCA of Kamloops
Campbell River Family Services

Campbell River Family Services Society, a non-profit, charitable organization has been providing quality services to individual, children and families living in the Campbell River area since 1977. CRFSS is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and is staffed by qualified, dedicated individuals at all levels of the organization.

Our wide range of programs and services includes support, counseling, education, prevention and crisis intervention. Campbell River Family Services Society has been accredited by C.A.R.F. (Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities) since November 2004.

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British Columbia Eating Disorders Association

Non-profit organization dedicated to peer support, peer counseling, and advocacy. We also run prevention programs for elementary, secondary schools and university/college classes. We are completely volunteer driven and supported!

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Women With Disabilities Action Group

The Women with Disabilities Health Action group, a satellite group of Pacific DAWN: DisAbled Women's Network, is a non-profit group, which works to improve the health and well being of women who have disabilities through self help and advocacy. Advocacy, via information referral, assists women with finding solutions to problems in getting health and well being needs met. The Vancouver based group meets bi-monthly. Women who are interested in joining please call 253-5665.

Beaver Valley Library

The Library was originally formed by Teen Town in the fall of 1960, with books donated by the residents of the valley. It was located in a small room upstairs in the Fruitvale Memorial Hall with a collection of 800 books. A few years later Branch 196 of the Fruitvale Canadian Legion took over the sponsorship of the community library. In April 1965, it became a Public Library which made it eligible for government grants.


In July of 1966, the Library was moved from its cramped quarters to the building beside the Feed & Seed Store on Main Street (now Country Roads General Store). This former home is now the Main Street Deli. The membership grew along with the collection to 8000 books by 1975, and once more larger premises were needed. November of 1981 saw the Library moved to its present location.

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CHIMO Crisis Services

CHIMO prevents tragedies and saves lives. CHIMO strengthens individuals, families, and communities. CHIMO connects people with needed community resources. CHIMO builds bridges of understanding.

Created in Richmond, British Columbia in 1973, CHIMO Crisis Services now serves over 10,000 individuals and families each year from different cultural backgrounds, age groups, family lifestyles, and economic situations. CHIMO provides diverse services from community building to prevention, from individual crisis support to advocacy, and from peer support to education. CHIMO engages in collaborative community planning and develops innovative resources to address emerging needs.

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Licensed Practical Nurses Association BC

LPNABC promotes professional excellence and life long learning with strength through a unified voice representing the LPNs of BC

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