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Responding to 13 Reasons Why

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You are likely aware of the new Netflix series 13 Reasons Why.  Adapted from the young adult fiction novel by Jay Asher, the story revolves around a senior high-school student named Hannah Baker, who dies by suicide and leaves behind a series of cassette tapes explaining her reasons for suiciding and her perspective on the […]

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Annual General Meeting 2017

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TO: Crisis Centre Voting Members FROM: Jodi Moss and Carol Andison, Co-Presidents DATE: May 4th, 2017 RE: Crisis Centre Annual General Meeting (AGM) Thursday, May 25th from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm 763 East Broadway, Vancouver For your information, the 48th Annual General Meeting of the Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention Centre of B.C. (Crisis […]

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2016 Annual Report is Published!

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We are excited to share our 2016 Annual Report, a look at how our programs connect with each other and the community. In 2016, the Crisis Centre connected with over 102,000 individuals through our Community Learning and Engagement and Distress Services programs. Some highlights of the year include: Connected with almost 36,000 individuals throughout our phone […]

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Did You Ever Volunteer at the Crisis Centre?

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  Since 1969, more than 5,000 caring individuals have volunteered their time and talent at the Crisis Centre. We are looking for them!  In preparation for our upcoming 50th anniversary, we want to hear their stories from the past 5 decades. If you ever volunteered with the Crisis Centre, please fill out this short volunteer […]

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Special Weekend ASIST in June!

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We are hosting a special weekend version of ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) for those who may not be able to make the standard weekday trainings. Saturday June 3 and Sunday June 4, 8:45am to 5pm at the Crisis Centre (763 East Broadway, Vancouver). ASIST is an internationally recognized two-day workshop developed by Living […]

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