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Please find all information on their website below:

http://www.sooke.org

 

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United Way's Better at Home program helps BC' older adults continue living independently in their own homes by providing simple, non-medical home support services. Its unique seniors planning for seniors' approach means older adults contribute to the design, operation and evaluation of their local program. If you are a senior 65 or older living in our community you are eligible for this program. Seniors who receive Better at Home services will pay a fee based on their income. Some services are free of charge. 

Services provided by Sooke Region Better at Home include:

# 204 2140 Church Road
Sooke, BC
coordinator@sookeregionvolunteers.org

A group of proactive parents working collaboratively with family, neighbours, community, education & autism professionals, school districts, government, and private associations to create happiness and success for their children with Autism. 

For more information please check their website

https://www.sooke-sass.com

 

 

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Help for seniors - fee based

Call Heather or Michael for a free consultation

778-425-1022

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778-425-1022

Looking after a family member or friend?

Over 1 million people provide unpaid care for adult family members and friends in British Columbia.

Family caregivers are a vital part of the health care team, and they need help too.

www.familycaregivers.ca

Support Line 1-877-520-3267

Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:00pm

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Sooke Shelter Society was incorporated in August, 2018. Sooke Shelter is a grassroots charity working together to increase access to affordable housing for those with lower-income, to prevent and end homelessness in Sooke, BC.

We believe that safe, decent, affordable housing benefits the entire community – economically, socially, and environmentally.

Through advocacy, we raise awareness of the critical value of stable, affordable housing to people’s education, employment, health, and overall wellbeing.

Sooke
Sooke, BC V9Z 1J7
250.419.3978

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria is a non-profit organization that serves children and youth.

230 Bay Street
Victoria, BC
250-475-1117 ext 40

Emergency shelter for women and their children who are in crisis resulting from family violence. Provides advocacy, counselling, education and prevention

PO Box 527
Sooke, BC V9Z 1H5
250-642-2544

Building Bridges supports children, youth and adults with disabilities and their families in Sooke and surrounding areas.

MISSION

By focusing on the individual, Building Bridges Community Support empowers people with diverse abilities to achieve their maximum potential.

VISION

Building Bridges Community Support envisions filling the gaps in services for people with diverse abilities in Greater Victoria. This includes offering a variety of support and services for the individuals while fostering a culture of excellence and continual improvement.

#101 - 2120 Church Road
BC
250-634-3020

Values: CW4WAfghan members believe that individuals, as global citizens, working in solidarity and with integrity of purpose and action, can affect positive change in the world through education and the promotion of social justice and human rights.

Mission: Canadians taking action, in partnership with Afghan women, towards improving conditions of human rights, ending women's oppression, and providing opportunities for Afghan women to live their lives with dignity, certainty and purpose.

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