CCSS connects residents of the North Shore to their communities by providing support services and outreach programs to address current and emerging community needs; focusing on frail and isolated seniors, and at-risk youth.
The club offers rowing to youth starting in grade 8 and to adults of any age. The club primarily serves the communities of North Vancouver and West Vancouver but currently has sufficient resources to handle rowers from other communities.
As a bridge between the medical community and the larger community of the North Shore, the North Shore Stroke Recovery Centre (NSSRC) expands services for stroke recovery by offering therapeutic programs for both Older Adult Survivors of Stroke (OASS) and Young Survivors of Stroke (YSS).
Choices is an intervention currently in place in all six mainstream secondary schools in North Vancouver. The purpose of Choices is to support students with social, emotional, and/or behavioural issues.
Our staff is dedicated to academic excellence, and the social, emotional and physical well-being of students. We believe a child’s learning is enhanced by quality attention, daily physical activity and exposure to the Arts.
Through our family of over 100 local, provincial and national locations across Canada, CMHA provides a wide range of innovative services and supports tailored to and in partnership with our communities.
You are not alone. Pathways Serious Mental Illness Society offers programs to anyone in the Lower Mainland and the Sea to Sky, with help over the phone to others who call regardless of where they live.