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Burnaby Family Life Institute  
http://www.burnabyfamilylife.org/contact

Since 1971, Burnaby Family Life has been offering programs and services to individuals and families in Burnaby. Over the past four decades, we’ve grown, we’ve expanded and we’ve helped thousands upon thousands of people to live a better life in a better community.

With a broad range of social services to meet the needs of a diverse and changing community, Burnaby Family Life provides programs in counselling, parenting, pregnancy, English language skills, childhood literacy, and childcare.

Burnaby Family Life is a place to go if you’re in need of any of these services or if you know somebody who needs our support. Burnaby Family Life is a place where any person of any background is welcome and can grow to achieve the goals they set out for themselves.

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OPTIONS  
http://www.options.bc.ca/

We are a non-profit Society and registered Charity dedicated to making a difference.

We are committed to empowering individuals, supporting families and promoting community health.

Everyday, we aim to achieve these goals through a wide variety of programs and projects.

These consist of:

  • Child Care Services
  • Counselling Services
  • Crisis Line
  • Employment Services
  • Family and Child Services
  • Health Services
  • Housing Services
  • Immigrant Services
  • Information & Referral
  • Mental Health Services
  • Shelter Services
  • Stopping the Violence
  • Volunteer Services
  • Youth Services
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Options (Surrey Community Services Society)  
http://www.scss.ca/

We are a non-profit Society and registered Charity dedicated to making a difference.

 

We are committed to empowering individuals, supporting families and promoting community health.

 

Everyday, we aim to achieve these goals through a wide variety of programs and projects.

 

These consist of:

 

  • Child Care Services
  • Counselling Services
  • Crisis Line
  • Employment Services
  • Family and Child Services
  • Health Services
  • Housing Services
  • Immigrant Services
  • Information & Referral
  • Mental Health Services
  • Shelter Services
  • Stopping the Violence
  • Volunteer Services
  • Youth Services
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Little Mountain Neighbourhood House Society  
http://www.lmnhs.bc.ca

Provides needed educational, cultural, recreational and social services for different age groups, ethnic specific groups, families and the wider communityCommu. LMNHS helps to facilitate the Little Mountain community to actively participate, through self-help, in the development of a healthier community.

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Selkirk Friendship Centre  
http://www.selkirkfriendshipcentre.ca/

 

The Selkirk Friendship Centre is a community based, non-profit organization with the mission of assisting Aboriginal peoples in adjusting to urban society, within the city of Selkirk, Manitoba

 

 

 

The Centre is the primary organization serving the Aboriginal population within the area.  Established in 1968 it began with the goal of securing equality of rights for all people, and has continued to serve in manners that adjust and adapt to the changing needs of our urban Aboriginal population.  The Selkirk Friendship Centre is well known for its ability to provide stable and consistent forms of service.  Dynamic volunteerism and sound leadership have enabled us to continue to provide stability and innovation within the community.

 

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YWCA of Kamloops  
http://www.kamloopsy.org/default.htm
Dogrib Community Services Board  
http://www.tlicho.ca/tlichocommunityservices/aboutus/historyoftheagency

Our Agency is both new and old. Established on August 4th, 2005, the Agency is a creation of the Tåîchô Agreement. However our Agency also has its roots in organizations that have been delivering programs and services in the Tåîchô communities for almost forty years. These organizations include the Dogrib Community Services Board (1997-2005), the Dogrib Divisional Board of Education (1989-1997) and the Rae-Edzo School Society (1967-1989). Our Agency is both new and old. Established on August 4th, 2005, the Agency is a creation of the Tåîchô Agreement. However our Agency also has its roots in organizations that have been delivering programs and services in the Tåîchô communities for almost forty years. These organizations include the Dogrib Community Services Board (1997-2005), the Dogrib Divisional Board of Education (1989-1997) and the Rae-Edzo School Society (1967-1989).

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Skookum Jim Friendship Centre  
http://www.skookumjim.com/

Skookum Jim™ Friendship Centre is a non-profit organization committed to a vision of bettering the spiritual, emotional, mental and physical well being of First Nations peoples, fostering the way of Friendship and understanding between people.

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Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization  
http://www.ircom.ca/
IRCOM strives to empower newcomer families to integrate into the wider community through affordable transitional housing, programs, and services. (See Details)
Sexual Assault Support Centre of Ottawa  
http://www.sascottawa.org/