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Family Caregivers of BC

Provincial program to support family caregivers – family and friends - who are caring for adults because of disease, disability or aging. [Name of city/community] patients and families can take advantage of the toll free Caregiver Support Line, a virtual Resource Center and Education via webinars. We offer 1-1 emotional support and assistance navigating the health system as part of the caregiver support program.more info

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6 – 3318 Oak Street
, Victoria, BC, V8X 2S9
Phone: (250) 384-0408
Phone: 1-877-520-FCNS (3267)
Fax: (250) 361-2660
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Family Development and Youth Services

An old saying “How you bend the twig is how the tree goes” reflects the mentoring and education required for youth on their journey to adulthood. Mission Community Services Society team of Youth Workers offer important intervention that can make a world of difference. Youth who have more tools in their tool box can make better life choices. A range of support is available for youth ages 13 to 24.more info

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Mission Community Services Society
33179 2nd Avenue
, Mission, BC, V2V 1J9
Phone: (604) 826-3634
Fax: (604) 820-0634
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Family Justice in B.C.

This website provides general information about family law in British Columbia. It has information for people considering changes in their family relationships such as separation and divorce, and may be of interest to people thinking of marrying or living with someone in a marriage-like relationship.more info

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Family Physician Guide

Information for family physicians on depression, anxiety disorders, early psychosis, and substance use disordersmore info

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Family Place Programs

A family resource centre specifically for children 0 to 6 years and their caregivers. Provides a mix of structured and unstructured play and social activities.more info

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33570 11th Ave, Room 116
, Mission, BC, V2V 6Z2
Phone: (604) 826-3323
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FamilySmart

FamilySmart™ is about adults investing in young people and seeing them as assetsmore info

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1000 355 Burrard St
, Vancouver, BC, V6C 0B2
Phone: (604) 878-3400
Toll-free: 1-855-887-8004
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Fibromyalgia Well Spring Foundation BC

The intent of this Foundation is to create public awareness of Fibromyalgia, to give fellow Fm sufferers Hope that their life is worth living, and to provide subsidized housing that accommodates a Fm sufferers energy level.more info

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Fibromyalgia Wellspring Foundation BC
20631 Fraser Highway, (Heritage Square Mall)
, Langley, BC, V3A 4G4
Phone: (778) 278-3697
Toll-free: 1-800-567-8998
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First Aid - HealthLinkBC

Sometimes it seems like when you need first aid information the most, it’s not at your fingertips. Knowing what to do ahead of time can really increase your confidence in an emergency situation. We have brought together a variety of topics that can help you make an informed decision about what to do. Whether you need to know how to stop a nosebleed, or if you should call 9-1-1 right away, the topics in this section can help.more info

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First Nations Health Council

The First Nations Health Council (FNHC) is a provincial-level political and advocacy organization that is representative of and accountable to BC First Nations. The FNHC was created following the negotiating and signing of a series of agreements between First Nations, Canada and British Columbia (BC). The Transformative Change Accord, signed in 2005, committed the signatories (First Nations, Canada and BC) to establish a new relationship based on mutual respect and recognition and to close the social and economic gaps between First Nations and other British Columbians in several areas of health.more info

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First Nations Health Directors Association

The FNHDA is a professional association that represents and supports health directors and managers working in BC First Nations communities. Collectively, BC First Nations Health Directors have a wealth of information, capacity, and solutions to the population health issues in First Nations communities.more info

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