Providing clinical counselling services, consultation, and coaching for individuals, couples, and families. Confidential care in a safe, supportive environment. Helping people make changes, developing joy and insight, in order to have more fulfilling lives.
Serving Sooke and the Westshore communities.
To get more information or make an appointment, please call 250-896-1704 or check out my website.
RCMP Victim Services programs offer practical and emotional support to assist victims, witnesses, and families in their recovery from the impact of a crime or trauma. Services include: Emotional Support,Information on the status of a police file,Information on the Criminal Justice system,Court orientation and accompaniment, Assistance with forms, ie: Crime Victim Assistance and Victim Impact Statements, Referral to appropriate agencies for specific information, support and counseling,and crisis response at Police request.
The Sooke Transition House Society (STHS) provides emergency shelter for women and their children who are in crisis resulting from family violence. STHS provides additional services and programming, in partnership with other organizations, in an understanding and compassionate manner, to care for the emotional needs of women and children who experience or bear witness to abuse, or are at risk of abuse, threats, or violence.
The Seniors Activity Society owns and operates a bus for the purpose of supporting its members with transportation challenges. The activity bus will pick up people at their homes and take them to various locations so they can socialize and get out of the house. Maintaining social contacts has been identified as a key component to healthy aging.
Regular activities: Monday - Ayre Manor residents are driven to activities, shopping & lunch
Sooke Family Resource Society is dedicated to caring for families and individuals of all ages primarily in the Sooke Region and Westshore communities by providing services in parenting support, child, youth and family development, as well as mental health and addictions. For more information about our programs and services, please visit our website.
The Sooke Food Bank Society provides one hamper per month to those in need. The Food Bank is open the 1st, 2nd & 3rd Thursdays of each month from 9:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Please bring your & your dependents' Care Cards and proof of residence with you (i.e. utility bill, drivers license, etc.). Access to the Food Bank is across from the murals in the parking lot, across from Mom's Cafe. For more information please leave a message at 250-642-7666 and someone will return your call.
What is Hospice? We are a team of concerned people who offer care for those with life threatening illnesses and offer support and understanding to their families. Our team includes palliative care trained physicians and nurses, who have received special education, and a group of specially trained volunteers. We attempt to help in any way that is appropriate to the individual's or family's needs.
The Sooke Home Learners’ Support Group is a non-profit association established to offer support to home learning families in the Sooke region. Our membership comprises families who follow diverse home learning paths – from unschooling to more traditional approaches to homelearning. Members provide support to one another through an email Hotline, monthly SSOS (Sooke Support or Socializing) meetings for the parents of home learners, group events and field trips held throughout the year and a membership directory for those who wish to participate.
Sooke Options for Community Living Association (SOCLA) is a non-profit society that supports people who have developmental disabilities and their families in the Sooke area. SOCLA began as a group of parents, educators and caregivers in the Sooke area excited at the prospect of providing programs and services in the Sooke area for families with children, youth and adults with developmental and physical disabilities. In October 1998, SOCLA was incorporated and registered as a non-profit organization.