Managers Program Reviews

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Please join us in celebrating the opening of our new location at 400 Park St. on April 5th!!!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Child Care Resources and Referrals moving to Hope Community Services

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October 4-10, 2015-Mental Illness Awareness Week

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HOPE Project Promo Video

A beautifully moving video of the HOPE Project. HOPE Project Promo Video

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H.O.P.E Project Evalutation

Final evaluation of 1-year project that was funded through the Community Action Initiative. The HOPE Project is designed to offer a safe place for those who suffer with a Mental Health condition and/or substance use issue, attain a sense of social inclusion within themselves and the community. HOPE Project Evaluation Report

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ENOUGH is ENOUGH – Hope Hosts Rally to End Stigma of Mental Illness

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 30, 2013                                                                                                                           MEDIA ADVISORY Hope Hosts Rally to End Stigma of Mental Illness As Part of 8,000km Cycle for Mental Health Hope, BC – The Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation will host a rally to end the stigma of mental illness on Tuesday, May 14 from 5:00pm at […]

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New Tool to Help Teens Manage the Impact of Cyberbullying

Montreal, April 24, 2013 – The Missing Children’s Network is happy to team-up with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to promote their new website, NeedHelpNow.ca. Created with the support of the Government of Canada, this site provides information to youth who have been negatively impacted by a sexual picture or video of themselves being […]

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Final “Stories from the Thunderbird” webisode

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Trailer for final “Stories from the Thunderbird” webisode

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