The aim of the Outreach Program is to support our physicians in strengthening our health care system.
The Outreach Worker connects clients with community resources and primary care services. The Outreach Worker provides social services to people in our community that are referred to the program through our local physicians.
Assists women and their children to find a safe place to stay when leaving an abusive environment.
Crisis intervention and liaison with necessary services and supports.
General Intake Line
Intake for all adult Mental Health
310-MHSU or 310-6478
Celebrating 45 years of service to the community of Princeton, Princeton and District Community Services began as a transit and home support service and has since grown to employ nearly 80 staff members, and offer a wide range of services.
Low income housing for those that qualify.
Provides a range of mental health assessment and treatment options for children and youth (0-18 years of age) and their families at no cost.
The BC Society of Transition Houses is a member-based, provincial umbrella organization that, through leadership, support and collaboration, enhances the continuum of services and strategies to respond to, prevent and end violence against women, children and youth.
Battered Women’s Support Services provides education, advocacy, and support services to assist all women in its aim to work towards the elimination of violence and to work from a feminist perspective that promotes equality for all women.
A non-profit organization bridging the gap between literacy & life with innovative literacy programs, fantastic volunteers & great community partners.