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West End Community Centre

Career and job search for Aboriginal peoples.

Washington Needle Depot

Needle distribution, referrals, support, outreach, alley patrol.

VENTURES/Employment Services - United Native Nations

Career and job search for Aboriginal peoples.

Turning Point

Treatment Centre

St. Paul’s Advocacy Office

General Advocacy, referrals, information, welfare, EI, landlord/tenant, housing. No barriers or boundaries. Service is free.

Sage Transition House - North Shore Crisis Services Society

Transition house for women and children fleeing abuse. General support, 30 day stay. 24 hour crisis line. Outreach services for women experiencing abuse, present or in the past living on the North Shore. Children who witness abuse counselling, multicultural outreach services in Farsi, second stage housing.Thrift Store: The Good Stuff Connection 154 West 3rd Street, North Vancouver

Mount St. Joseph's Hospital

Pre-recorded tape messages offering practical information on the law.

Ministry for Children and Families After Hours Line

For emergencies outside office hours (usually 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday to Friday) call the ministry's 24-hour. After Hours line: In Vancouver, the North Shore and Richmond, call 604-660-4927. In the Lower Mainland from Burnaby and Delta in the west to Maple Ridge and Langley in the east, call 604-660-8180.

Mental Health Emergency Service (Car 87)

Car 87 teams a Vancouver Police constable with a registered nurse or a registered psychiatric nurse to provide on-site assessments and intervention for people with psychiatric problems.  

Children's Hospital

Providing services to people affected by the criminal justice system. The society works for effective and humane criminal justice through advocacy, reform, direct service and public education in order to promote a safe and peaceful community.

Burnaby Hospital

The BC Coalition of People with Disabilities is a provincial, cross-disability voice in British Columbia. Our mission is to raise awareness around issues that affect the lives of people who live with a disability.

Boys R Us

A drop-in centre for male and transgendered sex trade workers in Vancouver, particularly the downtown south area. Open 7 pm to 9 pm Tuesday to Thursday, offers a safe and confidential place for connecting with others, including social activities such as dinner and movies. Helps individuals access resources such as health care, housing, and other community services.

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