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View Document MHSU Programs and Services - Easy Access Points - Nanaimo

Community Health Notice posted: 09-Oct-2019 10:26 AM PDT

What we offer: No Barrier/Low Barrier Services. No referral neeeded.


Confident Parents: Thriving Kids
Confident Parents: Thriving Kids is a family-focused phone-based coaching services effective in reducing mild to moderate behavioral problems and promoting healthy child developemnt in children ages 3-12.
https://mid-island.cmha.bc.ca/confident-parents-thriving-kids/

Mental Health / Counselling - Adult Community Counselling - Grief

Grief Support For Seniors

Offers information sessions, individual counselling and group support for seniors dealing with caregiving and loss.more info

Address / Contact Info
Grief support for Seniors, Nanaimo Community Hospice Society
1080 St. George Crescent
, Nanaimo, BC, V9S
Phone: (250) 758-8857
Web Links Website
Features Accessible
Classification Tags
Topics: Seniors

Nanaimo Widows Support Group

Assists widows of all ages through times of grief, loneliness and challenge, with companionship, weekly meetings and social outings. Meetings are held on the first 3 Wednesdays of each month at 1:00 pm at the Howard Johnson hotel in Nanaimo. All widows welcome. Please call 250-722-3353 for time and location.more info

Address / Contact Info
Howard Johnson Hotel (Terminal Avenue)
, Nanaimo, BC
Phone: (250) 758-4843
Classification Tags
Topics: Seniors

Surviving Widowhood

This drop-in grief support program focuses on issues unique to widows age 60 and under whose spouse has died.more info

Address / Contact Info
1729 Boundary Avenue (Hospice House)
, Nanaimo, BC
Phone: (250) 758-8857
Web Links Website
Classification Tags
Topics: Women