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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.

Association of Registered Nurses of British Columbia  
http://www.arnbc.ca
Citizens' Counselling Centre  
http://www.citizenscounselling.com
Kitimat Hospital and Health Centre  
http://www.kitimat.ca/EN/main/residents/emergency-services/hospital.html
Ministry of Social Development  
http://www.gov.bc.ca/hsd
BC/Yukon Society of Transition Houses  
http://www.bcysth.ca/

Presents a non-profit association of transition houses, safe homes, second stage houses, and other groups which serve the needs of abused women and their children.

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WAVAW Rape Crisis Centre  
http://www.wavaw.ca/
Provides services to women who have been victimized through sexual violence, including a 24-hr crisis line, one to one counselling (guaranteed confidentiality), information and referrals, advocacy, accompaniment for medical, police and court procedures, Sexual Assault Survivors Support (SASS) group several times per year, volunteer training, public education to increase awareness, assistance for women with Criminal Victims Assistance Program (CVAP) applications. (See Details)
Red Road HIV/AIDS Network Society  
http://www.red-road.org/
Works to support the development and delivery of culturally appropriate, innovative, coordinated, accessible, inclusive and accountable HIV/AIDS programs and services for Aboriginal people. (See Details)
Public Health Association of British Columbia  
http://www.phabc.org/
Promotes and protects the public's health by actively working to: advocate the development and implementation of healthful public policy facilitate the sharing of health and related information; encourage research into the broad issues that affect the public's health cooperate regionally, nationally and internationally with other organizations to promote the public's health; encourage governments to provide sufficient resources for disease prevention and the promotion and protection of the public's health; and, advance opportunities for professional development. (See Details)