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Upcoming Trainings!

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Check out our upcoming workshops and register today (space is limited): suicideTALK is a 90-minute session that invites interested community members to become more aware of suicide prevention opportunities in their community. FREE suicideTALK training on World Suicide Prevention Day 2014! 7 PM to 8:30 PM at the Peter Kaye Room at Vancouver Public Library […]

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Jodi Moss is Elected the New Crisis Centre President

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Last night on May 8th, 2014, the Crisis Centre members in attendance at the Annual General Meeting voted unanimously to elect Jodi Moss as the new Crisis Centre President for 2014-2016. Jodi is a Chartered Accountant in the U.S. and Cross Border Taxation Services practice of the Chartered Accounting firm KPMG.  Prior to obtaining her Chartered […]

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Crisis Centre Releases 2013 Annual Report

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The Crisis Centre staff revealed the 2013 Annual Report at its Annual General Meeting on Thursday May 8th. This publication showcases the amazing results of the 2013 calendar year, including stories from volunteers and clients, an overall view of the organization’s audited financial statements, a listing of our generous donors and supporters and a summary […]

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Crisis Centre Recognizes 450+ Volunteers

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The Crisis Centre is thrilled to be participating in National Volunteer Appreciation Week from April 6-12, 2014.  More than 450 volunteers provide their time, skills, and expertise to the Crisis Centre to provide our Distress Services and Community Education Programs. Not only do volunteers donate 100% of their time, they undergo vigorous training programs to […]

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Balancing Our Minds 2014: Tools for Youth Wellness

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On February 11, The Crisis Centre had the exciting opportunity to participate in “Balancing Our Minds 2014: Tools for Youth Wellness,” a youth event organized by the Vancouver Canucks and BC Mental Health & Substance Use Service. It brought 1500 teachers, counselors and high school aged students to Rogers Arena to discuss issues surrounding mental […]

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