Search Organizations (English): British Columbia, Youth

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Capilano Student Union  
http://www.csu.bc.ca

The CSU provides a large number of FREE and LOW-COST services to its members. Provides these services with the dual goals of enriching your experience and facilitating your success at Capilano University.

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Greater Vancouver Vietnamese Women's Society

A non-profit volunteer based society which provides parenting, youth, heritage language, and citizenship preparation programs. Operates a weekly radio program which orients listeners to Canadian life, maintains cultural heritage, and provides family life education.

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 ..."

Boundary Women’s Coalition Shelter
Services Offered

-24 Hr. crisis access to shelter for women and their children via staff and volunteer -Outreach (in home) after leaving shelter -Teen women special cases -Accompaniment to difficult appointments -Child care worker provides support to children (one-to-one support / counselling, family groups, etc.)

Centre for Ability  
http://www.centreforability.bc.ca/
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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YouthCO  
http://www.youthco.org/
Forms an organization that works to involve youth ages 15-29 from all communities in addressing HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis C and related issues. (See Details)
Justice for Girls  
http://www.justiceforgirls.org/
Promotes support, justice, and equality for teenage girls who have experienced violence and live in poverty. (See Details)