The British Columbia Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse offers individual and group therapy, as well as support groups for partners of male survivors.
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Website provides information on cyber bullying, internet safety as well as links to various resources. Offers programs across B.C including “Youth 2 Youth” which engages high school teens to become experts on internet education and safety by providing them with the skills to teach internet safety presentations to elementary school children.
PEERS Victoria Resource Society is an organization that provides resources, support and services for male and female sex workers including day and night outreach, a daytime drop-in centre and more.
PACE Society in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver is committed to providing sex-worker-led and -driven programs and services to survival sex workers.
New Opportunities for Women (NOW) in Kelowna provides programs, services and ongoing support to women who have been victims of sexual exploitation, have addictions and/or mental health challenges. They also run a homeless shelter and a variety of support programs.
Safehouse in Vancouver for 16-18, self-referred, no hard drugs.
Safehouse in Surrey for 16-18 (of all nations). Self-referred, no hard drugs, 7-day stay, goal-oriented.
Safehouse in Vancouver for 16-18, self-referred and 72 hours clean/sober.
Clubs provide out-of-school hours programs in the school year and day camp programs in the summer through six neighbourhood-based clubs around the Lower Mainland. In addition, the clubs also offer youth substance abuse services and parent support services.
The South Vancouver Neighbourhood House serves the community of South Vancouver, bounded by 41st Ave. to the Fraser River, and Cambie to Boundary Road.