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The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation’s Journey for Life

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The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation’s Journey for Life Includes Critical Long Term Support for the Crisis Centre’s Youth Programs Ginny and Kerry Dennehy, Kelty’s parents, are devoted to sharing their experience of losing their beloved son Kelty in 2001 to help educate others in order to raise awareness of the signs and symptoms of depression […]

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Help Us Win $50,000!!! #ShareTheCare

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The Crisis Centre has been selected as one of 5 charities to participate in a 75th Anniversary Celebration contest for Pacific Blue Cross. You can help us in just 2 easy steps: Go to http://www.pac.bluecross.ca/75thAnniversary to watch our short video featuring Huamei, one of our 450 volunteers. Press vote next to the Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Centre of BC. The […]

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World Suicide Prevention Day – September 10

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Join the global community in observing World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) on September 10, 2015. According to the recently released World Health Organization (WHO) report: Preventing Suicide: A Global Imperative, over 800,000 people die by suicide across the world each year.  We may not be able to pinpoint the exact figure, but we do know […]

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Crisis Centre receives grant from Pink Shirt Day!

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The Crisis Centre is ecstatic to receive a $35,100 grant for YouthInBC.com from Pink Shirt Day, a campaign organized by CKNW Orphans’ Fund.  Along with 10 other organizations, the Centre has received funding to continue YouthInBC.com, our online crisis chat for youth 25 and under. The funds were raised from sales of Pink Shirt Day T-shirts […]

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2014 Annual Report is Published!

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We are excited to share our 2014 Annual Report, a look back at 45 years of life-saving operations. In 2014, the Crisis Centre connected with over 127,000 individuals through our Community Education and Distress Services programs. Some highlights of the year include: • Major improvements in our technology infrastructure including new firewalls, offsite data storage and battery […]

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