Posts By: Crisis Centre

Answering the call, every time: Pathway to Hope

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Answering the call, every time: Pathway to Hope Stacy Ashton, Executive Director A ten-year action plan from the newly created Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions was released on June 29 called “Pathway to Hope: B.C.’s mental health roadmap”. In Minister Judy Darcy’s words: At the heart of A Pathway to Hope is a powerful […]

Embracing our lives with Pride

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Pride has become the yearly marker that helps remember and celebrate the decades of work, activism, and activists who have taken a stand against homophobia, biphobia, and transphobia.  And we recognize there continues to be a lot more work to be done. The statistics are troubling: LGBTQ2S+ youth are almost five times more likely to […]

Marking National Indigenous Peoples Day

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We provide support and services on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of Indigenous people across British Columbia. Our offices are located on the traditional territories of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations. We make this statement as an act of reconciliation and a response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and […]

Letter to Members of Parliament

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Recognizing the importance of suicide prevention across Canada and for the work of Members of Parliament on passing Charlie Angus’s private member bill to establish a National Suicide Prevention Plan, Stacy Ashton, Executive Director of the Crisis Centre, sent the following letter to all MP’s:   Thank you. I was deeply moved to see in […]