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Addictions and mental health services. Care providers available: Professional counsellor. Services: Counselling services, assistance with completion of disability or assistance forms, assistance with housing stabilization, support groups for addictions, anxiety, depression, regulating emotions, effective communication and Changeways. Application process: Clients are referred through Brooks Landing office (250-739-589). Please call for hours of service.
Provides a point of entry for all adult mental health and substance use services in the Nanaimo area. Services provided: Crisis counselling on walk-in basis, withdrawal management support, connections to appropriate mental health and substance use services programs, hospital and/or community treatment, and recovery services. Application process: Services are available to any person who has […]
Care providers Nurse Practitioner: Mark Schultz Registered Nurse: Jennifer Block Registered Nurse: Jodie Crombie Case Management: Sarah Sullivan Counsellor, Case Management: Leanne Wingert RPN: Cheryl Taylor RSW: Sarah Sullivan NPs who provide HIV care are Danielle Daigle in Campbell River and Tanya Petryk in the Courtenay In Campbell River we are: Sonja Hartz RN, Amy […]
Interdisciplinary teams provide primary health care to targeted residents in each community, including assessments, diagnosis, treatment, support groups and referrals. Services include mental health and addiction treatment, counseling. The team provides primary care and HIV/STI healthcare services for vulnerable people. Physicians available and accepting HIV-positive patients: Vickie Klassen Kimberley Merkli Susan Nouch David Joyce Mon […]
AIDS Service Organization providing education, prevention and support related to First Nations people regarding HIV/AIDS/HCV. Services include counselling, support groups, outreach, nutrition support. Toll-free within BC: 1-866-877-0042 Office: Mon to Fri: 9 am to 4:30 pm Fire Pit: Mon to Fri: 1 pm to 4:30 pm
Serves people living with HIV/AIDS, as well as those experiencing issues relating to housing, income, nutrition, access to health care including addictions and mental health services, connections with natural support systems, and other determinants of health. Mon to Fri: 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to 4:30 pm Wed: 8:30 am to 12 […]
The Dr. Peter Centre is British Columbia’s only HIV/AIDS Day Health Program and 24-hour nursing care Residence. The only program of its kind in Canada, the Dr. Peter Centre is a leader in HIV/AIDS care, particularly for individuals with multiple medical conditions and social barriers. Adults eligible to become participants in the Dr. Peter Centre […]
Serves those living with and at the greatest risk of acquiring HIV/AIDS and/or HCV, who have difficulty obtaining services elsewhere, especially due to substance use, mental illness, sexual orientation, gender identity, race and ethnicity, and/or other social barriers. Services available: Crisis intervention counseling, intake counseling, referrals, outreach, life skills group, support groups, harm reduction. Mobile […]
Provides awareness, education, advocacy, housing, and support related to HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, marginalization and persons at risk, in order to develop healthier communities. HIV/AIDS case management and referrals are available. Addiction Supportive Housing: Provides supports and housing to those individuals who have successfully gone through detox and wish further assistance to become contributing community members. […]
Substance use services. Case management services for people over 19 who have self-identified as engaging in a high level of substance use, are having challenges accessing housing or have mental health concerns. Application process: Referral through Pathways or through individuals in the community. Mon to Fri: 8 am to 9 pm Sat, Sun, stat holidays: […]
Mental health services for people 19 and older who have a serious and persistent mental illness. Care providers available: Eating disorder specialist, dual diagnosis counsellor. Services available: Assessment, treatment, counselling, residential care, rehabilitative and support services. Please call for hours of service.
Provides integrated mental health and addiction services to adults 19 years of age and older presenting with a variety of DSM IV (Axis I and II) diagnoses. These include Mood Disorders, Personality Disorders, Concurrent Substance Related Disorders, Bi-Polar Disorders, Grief, Adjustment Disorders, OCD, PTSD and Post-Partum Depression. Please call for hours of service.
Mental health services. Mental health program facilitating recovery, community living, psychosocial rehabilitation, and recovery for persons who have the most serious mental illnesses. Services offered: Crisis assessment and intervention, psychiatric and psychological treatment and supports, psychiatric medication: prescription and management, services/supports for concurrent substance use disorders, work-related services, support and peer support services. Application process: […]