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The ALS Society of New Brunswick & Nova Scotia  
http://alsnbns.ca

Provides support and counselling for people with ALS, their families, and caregivers; funds medical research into ALS; and develops and produces public awareness and educational materials.

Contact information is Kimberly Carter President and CEO

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Sexual Health Centre for Lunenburg County  
http://www.sexualhealthlunenburg.com/

Provides counselling and education around birth control, pregnancy options, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, respecting sexual orientation, sexual harassment, and other sexual health issues.

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GPI Atlantic  
http://www.gpiatlantic.org/

Founded in 1997, GPIAtlantic is an independent, non-profit research and education organization committed to the development of the Genuine Progress Index (GPI) – a new measure of sustainability, wellbeing and quality of life.

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Atlantic Centre of Excellence for Women's Health  
http://www.acewh.dal.ca/
Works to support research, influence policy and promote action on the social factors that affect women's health and well-being. (See Details)
Digby County Family Resource Centre
Queen Elizabeth II Health Sciences Centre
Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the Status of Women  
http://www.gov.ns.ca/staw/
Nova Scotia Native Women's Association
Halifax Sexual Health Centre (formerly Planned Parenthood Metro Clinic)  
http://www.hshc.ca

Offers a wide variety of sexual health care information and services in Halifax.

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Healing Our Nations  
http://www.hon93.ca/

Our purpose is to educate First Nation people about HIV disease and AIDS. Knowing the risks associated with the spread of HIV and defining the myths and facts about AIDS is the first step to healing our nations. Eliminating the spread of AIDS in First Nation communities is not the only focus of our organization because we see this disease as only a symptom of a greater problem. Our goal is to help First Nation people rediscover their pride, traditions, and spirituality in an attempt to improve child development and eliminate family violence, substance abuse, depression, and suicide.

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