Links To Community Resources And Information

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP - October 3rd - November 21st, 2017 (8 sessions)

Passages: A Mid-life Women’s Group, Explore some of the changes, challenges and opportunities of this life stage in a group format.

Assertiveness Two: 1 day session - scheduled for March 19th, 2017

Develop strategies and skills to manage your emotions so that you can choose how to respond with confidence and assert yourself effectively.

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP - October 11th - November 29th, 2016 (8 sessions)

Passages: A Mid-life Women’s Group, Explore some of the changes, challenges and opportunities of this life stage in a group format.

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP - May 10th - June 28th, 2016

Passages: A Mid-life Women’s Group, Explore some of the changes, challenges and opportunities of this life stage in a group format.

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP, 30 September - 25 November, (8 classes)

An upcoming group that Sally is facilitating at the Canadian Memorial Centre for Peace, 16th & Burrard.

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP, 24 February - 7 April, 2015 (7 classes)

An upcoming group that Sally is facilitating at the Canadian Memorial Centre for Peace, 16th & Burrard.

Tools for Transition - series of 4 sessions starting 13-Sep-2014

Making Life Shaping Decisions during Times of Change - Location YWCA, Vanvcouver, BC.

PASSAGES: A MID-LIFE WOMEN”S GROUP, 1-Oct-2014 (7 classes)

An upcoming group that Sally is facilitating at the YWCA Vancouver, BC.

Mental Health Consumer Net Connections

A comprehensive list of Mental Health links and articles compiled by consumers of services in BC.

Mood Disorders Association of B.C.

Provides support and education for those struggling with mood disorders

Anxiety B.C.

Anxiety B.C. is a non-profit organization which was started by a group of concerned consumers, family members, and professionals, who work to increase awareness about anxiety disorders.

David Baldwin's Trauma Pages

Links and resources by trauma specialist Dr. David Baldwin

Victim Services

The Government of BC funds over 150 programs, run by non-profit agencies and local police detachments, that provide information about the justice system, practical help, emotional support and referrals to other appropriate programs. 1-800-563-0808

Crisis Centre (Vancouver)

The Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of British Columbia is a volunteer organization committed to helping people help themselves and others deal with crisis.

Women Against Violence Against Women (WAVAW)

Operates 24-hour a crisis line for survivors of rape or sexual violence, offering information, immediate support, and referral. Also provides support groups, public education through speaking engagements and information fairs, and liaison with community and professional groups.

Mental Health Consumer Net Connections

List of articles and Mental Health links

Vancouver Coastal Health: Addictions

Provides support to those struggling with addiction issues, with services ranging from out-ptient detox services to residential treatment centres

National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

NIMH is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health

BC Men's Resource Centre

Offers individual, couple and family counselling, and a resource library. Areas of focus include parenting, anger management, and family violence.

Contact Information: (604) 878-9033 590 West Broadway, Suite 2, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 1E9

Women Against Violence Against Women

Operates 24-hour a crisis line for survivors of rape or sexual violence, offering information, immediate support, and referral. Also provides support groups, advocacy; assistance with completion of legal forms and compensation applications; information and referral; and accompaniment to police, hospital, and court.

BC Transition Houses

Providing temporary housing in a safe, secure environment for women and their children leaving abusive relationships.

UBC Life and Career Centre

Located in Vancouver, the Life and Career Centre offers free drop-in peer counselling plus a wide range of workshops related to personal growth and development.