List of community centres in vancouver area
Dunbar Community Centre
The Dunbar Community Centre offers quality and variety, with programs for all age groups from pre-school to youth to Prime Timers.
As an active participant you will meet new people and connect with other members of our community in similar situations and with the same interests as yours.
We are located right in the heart of the community!
Food and wine matching isn't just for fancy dinners anymore.
Find the wines that pair with everyday fare such as burgers, pasta, salads and chicken.
Learn techniques and guidelines so you canmake the right connection.
We will sample and discuss four wines that will be matched with four basic foods to illustrate these points.
Learn to make luxurious botanical body care products.
Make and take home a ginger n' orange body polish, aloe body spray, olive oil body wash with jojoba beads, and tropical body butter.
Recipes on liquid clay masks, stimulating nail salve and body oils.
History | Kerrisdale Community Centre, Recreation, Vancouver BC
The first settlers in Kerrisdale were the Irish McCleery brothers, who came to the area in 1867 to farm the meadows where the golf course now bearing their name is located.
When the Steveston fish canneries began to flourish, a need for workers prompted the CPR to construct a railway from Vancouver to Lulu Island.
The "Sockeye Special," as it was called, went through the heart of Kerrisdale, providing transportation for the first influx of people.
Kerrisdale acquired its name in 1905, when the B.C. Electric Railway took over the line from the CPR.
Mrs. MacKinnon, one of the area's earliest residents, was asked by the line's general manager to name the tram stop at Wilson Road (now 41st).
In 1908, the area joined the new municipality of Point Grey and the first election was held January 11, 1908.
The present Kerrisdale Centennial Park was the site of the original City Hall which at that time contained the Council chamber, municipal offices, the police court and a two cell jail.
From 1904 to 1912, Kerrisdale boasted a general store and post office, a hardware store and a real estate office, at the intersection of Wilson Road and West Boulevard.
In 1912, Frank Bowser and Frank Burd built the Bowser Block, which still occupies the southwest corner of the intersection.
Streetcar service arrived on 41st Avenue in 1912, passing through the developing commercial area at 41st Ave.
Kerrisdale retains the basic development pattern of the early years, established by the Wilson Road and Vancouver-Lulu island train tracks.
Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre | Kitsilano Community Centre, Vancouver Recreation, BC
Schools out for the day so bring your friends for a fun filled afternoon of SKATING!!
Â Hey Salsa Mama's â¬¦ dance back into shape with the best little partner of all your baby and/or your tot!
Family Toy & Clothing Sale SundayÂ NovemberÂ 7, 10:00am-1:00pm A perfect chance for families to buy and sell used childrenâ¬(TM)s clothing and toys.
Great bargains for parents with growing children.
Indoor cycling is a group exercise performed on a specialized stationary bicycle.
Our Fall Recreation activities are available online.
You can search by age in the left column or useÂ the 'search programs'Â feature at the top.
Cooking workshops, catering for special events, meetings, weddings and more.Â WeÂ use only the best of local and organic ingredients and all baking and food preparations are done on site, fresh daily.
Featuring delicious baked goods from our Community Kitchen Sundays from 10:00am to 2:00pm until October 31 at the Rink parking lot behind the Community Centre on Tenth Ave.
West End Community Centre | Coal Harbour Community Centre | Barclay Manor
Register online, by phone, or in person!
Fall has arrived in the West End, and itâ¬(TM)s a time for community celebrations!
Come out to our fun events this fall like the Halloween Carnival, Pint-Sized Pumpkin Carving and Haunted House at Barclay Manor.
Interested in seeing your face in our recreation guide?
Send us your picture of you and/or your family and friends enjoying recreation in the West End and perhaps it will be selected for an upcoming recreation guide.
Photos must be high resolution (1024 x 768 minimum).
Interested in becoming a volunteer Board Member?
More details at our Board Information Night on Tuesday, November 2 at 7:30 PM at Coal Harbour Community Centre.
Spend this great season with us and enjoy our programming at Barclay Manor, West End Community Centre and Coal Harbour Community Centre.
West End Community Centre Association (westendcc.ca) represents three facilities: Barclay Manor, West End Community Centre and Coal Harbour Community Centre.
Copyright Â© 2006-2010 West End Community Centre Association All Rights Reserved.
Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
CREATIVEMIX: Vancouver's Ideation Conference A Roundhouse Partnership Thu, Nov 4, 9:00am -- 6:30pm Public Exhibition: 9:00am -- 4:00pm Public Exhibition: FREE!
The program will consist of eight keynote sessions and two hands-on workshops led by some of Vancouver's most creative minds.
Participants will learn how to foster and manage creativity, fan new ideas into flame, and promote the cross-pollination of creative concepts among different types of people and projects.
Our main event, Diwali Downtown showcases the best of classical and contemporary South Asian arts & culture.
Bigger than ever this year as we take over the entire Roundhouse, this day-long event brings dance, music, food, crafts, comedy, film, visual arts and more all under one roof, with plenty of new and exciting interactive events for young and old.
So come sing, create, laugh, eat and dance with all your many friends and neighbours.
2pm shows: Pay-what-you-can ($10 suggested donation), children 12 + under FREE Tickets available at the door only, one hour prior to the performance.
This award winning contemporary ballet company has been described as "ballet with a cool new edge."
Known for their sharp ballet training, powerful visual narratives and collaborative work, the company will also present contact improvisation work at this extraordinary performance.
ROUNDHOUSE AGM Roundhouse Community Arts and Recreation Society Annual General Meeting Wed Nov 17, 6:00pm All members are encouraged to attend, refreshments and snacks are provided.
This free event, open to the Vancouver community, is a first-time official civic event to support IMD in Canada.
Strathcona Community Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Our Mission statement: To sustain, promote, and develop a resource that supports the changing social and recreational needs and aspirations of the Strathcona Community.
The Strathcona Community Centre is located in one of Vancouver's oldest neighbourhoods.
We have been serving the community with recreational services for over 35 years.
We provide a variety of services: licensed childcare, preschool, children, youth, adult, fitness centre and seniors programs.
We are also one of the few community centres that have a Breakfast and Food Security program for children.
The Strathcona Community Centre is jointly operated by the Vancouver Park Board and the Strathcona Community Centre Association.
Bake sale, hot dogs for Hoops, car wash, book/dvd/cd sales, donation draw, loonie bean guess, hair for hoops (well known basketball fan willing to shave their heads!!!).
Other highlights will include a kilometre of coins (donate your change), cake walk and entertainment from our talented youth.
All proceeds go to sustain our youth basketball programs.
Come on down as old meets new at our Friends of Strathcona Social event from 6-10 pm. Music provided by Mark Wardrop and Company.
Highlights include a silent auction, 50/50 draw, raffle prizes, great food and adult beverages.
Carnegie Community Centre
Carnegie Community Centre is located on the corner of Main and Hastings and is often referred to as the living room of the Downtown Eastside.
Through the leadership and participation of our volunteers we provide social, educational, cultural and recreational activities for the benefit of the people of the Downtown Eastside."
The centre is open every day of the year from 9:AM to 11:PM and operates under the jurisdiction of the Community Services Group, City of Vancouver, in partnership with the Carnegie Community Centre Association.
The contribution of 150 to 200 active core volunteers who help in all aspects of the centre including the kitchen, computer room, senior's lounge, learning centre etc and at all special events, makes it possible to offer these services without charge to the community.
Approximately 5000 residents sign new membership cards each year, making use of the Public Library, the weight room, and the cafeteria as well as art and recreation programs.
The centre's mandate is to serve adults living on a low income.
Oppenheimer Park staffed by Carnegie employees who welcome all residents of the DTES with warmth and acceptance, designing programming that suits their needs.
The Carnegie Outreach Team walks the lanes of the DTES every day for many hours and offers assistance to homeless and street involved individuals to find housing, financial, recreational and health supports.
Capilano College offers the adult Learning and Literacy Centre on the third floor and the Vancouver Public Library operates a small branch on the main floor.
What we're about - Carnegie Community Centre Vancouver BC
The Newsletter is one of the most read and respected publications in the Downtown Eastside.
It has come out, with rare exceptions, on the 1st & 15th of each month since August 1986.
Its purpose is to provide a voice for the dynamic of life and struggle and to let all manner of physical, mental and spiritual creativity have expression.
Issues covered include poverty, housing, "free" trade fair trade & the sex trade, safety, drugs (both use & abuse) & alcohol, food, learning, women & the elevation of dignity, kids' needs and joys, sports, politics and fear, cuts and hope and more.
There are also announcements of events, efforts to assist in organising and promotion of justice.
Be warned: it is not just doom and gloom.
Evelyne Saller Centre
We are a partnership between the Province (BC Housing), the City of Vancouver and the people living in the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.
We focus on supporting the physical, mental and social well being of others in order to help stabilize people's activities of daily living (provisions for food, hygiene care and social supports) and enhance their quality of life.
The Centre recognizes the importance of developing relationships between staff and people who come to the Centre thereby helping to provide a safe, secure, healthy, supportive and caring place to be, thus meeting a variety of needs.
People living on low income, or have no income.
The Centre provides facilities for bathing (showers), laundry, first aid, delousing.
The goal of the Centre's recreation services is to introduce and encourage all clients/patrons, to participate in our "active" social, recreation and life skill development programs.
The Friends of the Evelyne Saller Centre Society is our volunteer society and there are 231 members of the society.
People living on low incomes (Welfare, Pensions, E.I. etc.) and people with no incomes come to the Centre to access low cost meals.
People can pay for their meals directly with cash or they can prepay their meals by opening and depositing money into a client trust account.
People can also arrange with their worker to use meal tickets or have their worker deposit funds in a client trust account as per the guidelines set by the Ministry of Housing and Social Development.
Currently there are over 402 client trust accounts used by clients who wish to have some money set aside so they can have reliable access to low cost meals.
Welcome to False Creek Community Centre on Granville Island-Vancouver
Monday to Thursday December 20-23 An action-packed week of fun activities including games, sports, crafts and out-trips.
Note: Out-trips are not scheduled for Mini Winter Wonders, 3-5 years but they will explore the park and pond outside the Centre.
Regular activity has a number of proven, positive health effects.
Virtually everyone can get health benefits from activity.
In fact, research indicates that regular physical activity.
Exercise benefits everyone in many ways, so get moving and start reaping the rewards exercise has to offer.
Did you know that False Creek Youth Programs are the most affordable recreational programs in the Granville-Fairview Area?
FCCC offers after-school programs for youth grades 5-8 at rates as low as $1.00 per day!
How to Register Click here to learn how to register online with an account.
False Creek Community Centre 1318 Cartwright St, Vancouver British Columbia Canada V6H 3R8 Telephone: 604-257-8195 Fax: 604-257-8194 Privacy Statement | Contact Us | Feedback | Program Proposal copyright 2010 Created & Maintained by Oinonen Designs.
Something's Happening in our Community | Britannia Centre
Britannia would like to assist those who are not able to afford the advertised cost of certain recreation programs; at the same time, our operation needs to be financially viable.
New features for this site include: Search, Send to a Friend and other user-friendly tools.
On Saturday, November 6 from 12:00-4:00 pm Britannia Centre will host two mini-workshops, Diya painting and Bollywood Dance, in the Britannia High School Cafeteria.
For further information please call the Arts & Culture Programmer at 604.718.5825.
Britanniaâ¬(TM)s Planning & Development Committee is planning the re-development of Britanniaâ¬(TM)s 18-acre complex.
Our hope is to achieve a new, comprehensive Master Plan that, once implemented, will make the entire community centre livelier, greener, and more responsive to the needs of the community.
Thunderbird Community Centre, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Nestled on the east side of Vancouver just east of Broadway and Rupert Street, Thunderbird Community Centre is conveniently attached to Thunderbird Elementary School offering low and no cost recreational opportunities to the immediate neighbourhood.
A host of programs and services are offered here for families and all ages from pre-school, school-aged, youth, adults and seniors.
Additional amenities at Thunderbird include a Fitness Centre, Computer Lab and Games Room.
An award winning second story addition to the centre affords a perfect perch for 180 degree floor to ceiling views of the north shore mountains.
Thunderbird Community Centre is jointly operated by the Thunderbird Neighbourhood Association and the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation.
Killarney Community Centre, Pool & Rink
Please visit our View a Schedule page for hours of operation for Leisure Pool, Fitness Centre and Ice Rink.
Killarney Community Centre is located within a city park (Killarney Park).
As of September 1, 2010 a smoke-free by-law will take effect for all Vancouver parks.
Please do not smoke while visiting Killarney Community Centre, Leisure Pool and Ice Rink.
Fall 2010 Recreation Guide: the guide is now available on-line.
Registration is on-going until programs are full...
Adult Co-ed Drop-in Hockey: occurs Mon & Wed starting Sep 27.
Fall 2010 Feature Programs: check out these feature program offerrings.
Upcoming Special Events: register for our Halloween Carnival and for a table at our annual Craft Fair...
Please Note: Killarney Community Centre, Leisure Pool & Rink has a system of staggered registration in effort to make line ups smaller.
We also distribute time-saver passes to save you time.
Please familiarize yourself with our registration procedures on our Register for Programs page.
Daycamp Parent Agreement and Waiver Forms required to participate in the daycamp programs.
Download a form at View a Schedule page.
Welcome to Marpole Oakridge Community Centre in South Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Learn our MDV (Marpole Dance Video) routine and get ready for the cameras on Thursday, December 2nd, 9:30am.
We will be teaching our dance routine for 5 minutes at every one of our morning aerobic fitness classes from now until December 2nd in preparation.
Try AN INYENGAR YOGA class for FREE!
Valid for Thursday 7:15pm Iyengar Yoga Class Print off this coupon and present it to the Instructor Valid until Thursday Dec 2nd, 2010.
Inyengar Yoga Thursdays 7:15pm-8:45pm An introductory class for new and ongoing students.
Iyengar yoga classes emphasize body/breath awareness, alignment, strength, stability, mobility, balance and relaxation.
Hip Hop and Funk A funky hip hop class filled with the latest popular dance steps and music.
Hip Hop Fusion A funky hip hop class filled with the latest popular dance steps and music.
Introduction to the Vancouver Emergency Program Wednesday November 17 7:00pm-8:30pm Vancouver's Office of Emergency Management is recruiting volunteers for-- Emergency Social Services (ESS), Amateur Radio (VECTOR) and our Public Education Program (NEPP).
Association Annual General Meeting--November 16, 2010 at 8pm Everyone is welcome to attend this meeting at Marpole-Oakridge Community Centre, Oak Street & 59th Avenue.
Join our centre and enroll in our many programs that will keep you and the family healthy both in mind and body.
Just sign up, and our E-Newsletter will be delivered to your inbox seasonally, or whenever we have exciting news to pass along to you.
View our facility spaces through our Tour Gallery.
This building has a full-size gymnasium for sports events and a variety of rooms, accommodating from 30-150 people.
Bring your energy, time and ideas and contribute to the Renfrew Collingwood community.
The Board of the Renfrew Park Community Association consists of up to 20 members with a variety of backgrounds and experiences.
We need your ideas and skills in events and programs, facility improvements, finances, planning, community initiatives and more.
If you want to get involved on a committee or on the Board, please contact Nancy Reynolds at [email protected] or 604 257-8386.
Renfrew Pool We have a brand new family, men's and women's change-rooms.
The 'Wibit' Come out and try our new inflatable play structure!
Renfrew Park Community Centre We offer a variety of programs and services for all ages including a preschool, gym and sport activities, aerobics, fitness, dance programs, martial arts, language classes, community art projects and special events.
Leadership programs for youth are also offered here in cooperation with other agencies.
The community centre's facilities include: a fitness centre, indoor swimming pool, sauna and whirlpool as well as a games area, room rentals for socials, meetings and community events.
Riley Park Community Centre | Vancouver Parks & Recreation
Will you shop at the new Winter Farmers Market at Riley Park?
Your input is a big part of the programs offered at Riley Park.
Did you enjoy a recent class or instructor?
Dress up in your costume and enjoy spooky face painting, crafts, games & more!
Survey Results on the new Aquatic Centre | posted on OCTOBER 11, 2010 The results are in from a recent survey on the Aquatic Centre at Hillcrest Park.
Hear's what you (or your neighbours) had to say...
| posted on OCTOBER 10, 2010 The Park Board has approved a special permit for the market to take place at the Riley Park parking lot adjacent to Nat Bailey Stadium.
December Day-Camps | posted on SEPTEMBER 28, 2010 The holiday season is closer that you think.
Register on-line, by phone at 604-257-8545 or drop by our front desk.
| posted on SEPTEMBER 27, 2010 Would you be in favour of a perimeter walking/running trail around Queen Elizabeth Park?
A 3 km loop of soft packed mulch winding gently in and out of mature trees?
| posted on SEPTEMBER 17, 2010 Want the real inside scoop on what's going on in this neighbourhood?
Get lightning-fast info from the source and be in the know.
We update the page on the fly so you'll always get the fresh stuff...
Welcome to Sunset Community Centre, Vancouver, BC Canada
Diwali Celebration Come join us and celebrate the festival of light.
Participants will learn about the cultural significance behind this festival.
There will be a dinner buffet, along with diya (clay oil lamp) decoration and entertainment.
BASH THE TRASH, a New York based group of musicians and educators, build and perform on instruments made from re-cycled junk.
Sunday, November 7 11:00am-1:00pm click here for more details.
Now open for all skating, lessons and parties!
Vancouver Biennale Public Art Comes to Sunset!
Hold that Thought is neon art work of letters that are programmed to sputter (flicker on and off) at random intervals.
This sign asks us to stop, slow down our minds, think and to "hold the thought" even if for only a moment out of our busy day.
The temporal nature of this fleeting moment becomes a unique and personal experience for each viewer.
Welcome to Here and There - a community engaged public art project that will be inviting you to take a part, play a role, make art and celebrate life in your community!
Sunset E-Newsletter Sign up and we'll send you updates on our activities.
You'll always be in touch with WHAT'S NEW at Sunset Community Centre!
West Point Grey Community Centre
The West Point Grey Community Centre, with our partners the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation, jointly operate our facility to offer the community an exciting blend of programming in recreation, sport and the arts for all age groups.
PovNet | Building an online anti-poverty community
PovNet keeps track of the latest breaking news regarding poverty issues in BC and Canada.
Browse resources and news specific to your province or territory.
Search our directory for an advocate near you.
PovNet is based in beautiful British Columbia.
Vancouver Status of Women seeks a Womenâ¬(TM)s Centre Coordinator to ensure the smooth daily operations of the organization in the areas of...
The project goal is to make legal information accessible and understandable to grandparents raising grandchildren (GRG) and other...
Parent Support Services Society of BC (PSS) is a provincial non-profit organization providing support to those in a parenting role in BC...
Help in the Downtown Eastside - Carnegie Community Centre Vancouver BC
ï¿½When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint.
Coffee and soup at 7:15am (8:45am Sun & Hol);.
Sandwiches daily except Wed & Sat, 3:30-5; Sundays 2-3:30.
Lunch 11-11:55am weekdays; supper nightly at 5:00pm except Tues & Thurs.
Concession/kitchen; prep & operation by staff & volunteers.
Sells low cost groceries to low-income residents.
Door in the lane off Dunlevy Street.
Downtown Eastside Womenï¿½s Centre 681-8480, 302 Columbia: Women & children.
Value Village 1820 E.Hastings: New & used furniture, clothing, household goods, shoes.
28 beds with psychiatric, alcohol, drug counselling.
For victims of domestic violence (women & children).
24-hour line for victims of sexual assault and/or violence.
Basic health care, mental and addiction treatment, counseling, podiatry, on-site pharmacist,.
Native Health Walk-In Clinic 255-9766, 449 East Hastings: Services for all every day.
A&D counseling, basic services, methadone, specialists for infections, podiatry, alternative therapies.
First point of contact for street & users.
Bridge Health Clinic (Hospital at Kingsway & 13th): Immigrants & refugees; services and interpretation daily.
8:30-8, M-F; hours & services vary ï¿½ call first.
Low cost service for D.E. residents; Appts.
604-254-9900, 455 E Hastings: Volunteer dentists, FREE.
Free -showers, lunch, coffee, movies, LD phone; programs for women & men.
Referrals, one-to-one counselling; boarding homes & rehab programs.
First point of contact for street & users.
872-7651: Help with housing, detox, welfare, food, clothing, shelter, daycare, employment, job training...getting off the street and somewhere safe!
Excellent peer support, advocacy, volunteer and job opportunities, employment counselling, training, workshops, internet access.
Safe place for women working the streets.
Shower facilities, food; relax with various ongoing programs.
Emergency daycare, babysitting, Single Moms Support Group.
Food Bank for single moms on Tues; free soup & bannock Mon/Wed/Fri.
Safe place for women working on the streets.
Shower facilities, food, relax with various ongoing programs.
Pregnancy outreach program, maternity clinic, counselling and nutrition info, housing advocacy, donated kids' clothing often available.
10-week & drop-in group for heterosexuals & lesbians who've been emotionally and/or physically abused; counselling, legal advocacy.
Info library/ referral centre on women's health issues, doctor/therapist index, phone counseling, support groups.
Adult education, arts & crafts, drumming, healing circles.
Native Courtworkers & Counselling Association 687-0281, 50 Powell St.
Vancouver Native Health Society 254-9949, 449 E.Hastings: Walk-in clinic.
Physician service for all with or without medical coverage.
Resource centres for people with physical disabilities.
Services include social, advocacy, referrals, housing help.
[Neighbourhood Helpers Project is sponsored by DE Seniors (254-6207).]
Continental Seniors Centre 1067 Seymour (3rd floor): Cafeteria, TV room, cards, pool table, outdoor deck.
Offers a wide range of social & recreational activities.
Counselling on Pensions, Social Assistance, Housing, etc. Mon-Fri, 8:30-4pm
254-6995, 301-877 E.Hastings,: Free confidential counselling, education, referrals and prevention programs.
Offers encouragement through training and skill development to address A&D problems.
Low fees according to income; marital/family/group counselling.
Support and services for those in contact with the criminal justice system.
Legal Services Society 601-6206, 4th floor, 510 Burrard: Legal aid services available; must have proof of income.
Students under the supervision of lawyers help with advice & assistance.
Programs, services in Disability, Mental Health, and Community law.
Frontline advocateï¿½s resource for developing & litigating cases on disability, mental health, welfare & unemployment issues.
Vancouver Aboriginal Child & Family Services 872-6723, 210 W.Broadway: Counselling for Native families.
Internet access, job search & resumes, email, other help.
Referrals and training, job placement and creation, economic & business enhancement aid, Call or drop in.
Free access to resources -Internet, Job Board, phone & message service -for employment purposes.
S.O.S.: Chinese settlement worker for advocacy & immigration counselling.
'Friendly' coffee, cards, board games; every 2 weeks a different social event/activity.
Drop-In Centre 10am-9:30pm, Mon to Fri; 12-7pm Sat & Sunday.
People with a mental health history welcome.
Membership $8/yr for 55+; pool table, cards, crafts, woodworking, thrift shop, library.
255-1326, 1607 E.Hastings: "Street involved" Native youth aged 14-19.
Counselling/life skills, health info, arts & crafts, Recreational/cultural.
24-hour phone to see if someone is in jail at Main & Cordova.
To find out court appearance dates & times for Provincial Court on Main.
Free access in exchange for volunteer hours.
Academy of Older Canadians 681-3767, 411 Dunsmuir: Computer basics & other courses.
Programs, activities for moms + tots, others.
Neighbourhood Helpers Project 254-6207, 509 E.Hastings: Connects volunteers with isolated seniors & persons with disabilities.
9:30-5 M-F, 9:30-4 S-S: "This is the best in the city - no hassles, no limits and no bullshit."
Non-profit; focus on reuse of IT equipment.
Donates various hardware items to charities and low-income people.
GET INVOLVED IN THE FIGHT AGAINST POVERTY..
This is the Pacific AIDS Resource Centre, connected to the international network of AIDS research and support services.
Care, support for Aboriginal Peoples infected and affected by this disease.
Supports women living with HIV/ AIDS in making their own choices about HIV-related care, including treatments, reproduction, and advocacy.
Vancouver Native Health Society - Outreach 254-9937, 441 E.Hastings: Positive Outlook offers drop-in, outreach, medical, social services.
Help with housing, jobs, social services, translation.
Informal: You are in hospital because you requested admission.
- you can accept or refuse specific treatments.
- you must consent without ultimatums or threats being put to you.
- you will be discharged within 72 hours unless status is changed to involuntary.
Involuntary: POLICE say you act in a way likely to endanger yourself and/or another's safety.
* Admission as an involuntary patient can be good for 30 days.
* If a doctor reports that you have to stay it can be for 90 days.
IF YOU ARE IN A PROVINCIAL MENTAL HEALTH FACILITY, CONTACT THE MENTAL PATIENT'S ADVOCATE.
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