Search Organizations (English): British Columbia

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Women's Health Research Network
Works to foster authentic, inclusive cross-sectoral linkages to increase research activity focused on the health of girls and women in British Columbia. (See Details)
Bulkley Valley Doula Services
Provides doula and other labour support during childbirth. Offers fees according to a sliding scale.
Midwives Association of British Columbia
Presents information for parents on the benefits of choosing a midwife for pregnancy and birth, how to locate a midwife in BC, the history and work of midwives in BC, as well as the routes to becoming a midwife. (See Details)
Community Women's Centre @ UCFV
Seeks to correct social imbalance by tackling women's empowerment over all aspects of their lives including education. Encourages women and makes access to University College of the Fraser Valley easier for them. Offers a meeting place, hospitality table, food resources, free clothing exchange, information about and referrals to services, computer access, resource library, and volunteer and practicum opportunities. (See Details)
Women's Counselling Program, North
Offers individual and group counselling, free of charge, to women who are residents of Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands.
Philippine Women Centre of B.C.
Aims to empower Filipino women to understand the roots of their challenges as migrants, immigrants, women of colour and low-income earners, and to collectively assert their struggle for their rights and welfare.
Women's Counselling Program, South
Offers individual and group counselling, free of charge, to women who are residents of Haida Gwaii/Queen Charlotte Islands.
Options for Sexual Health
Provides reproductive health care and education services in communities across BC through a province-wide network of reproductive health clinics and educators. (See Details)
Red Road HIV/AIDS Network Society
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
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)