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Our Partners & Funders
 

Thank you to our all our grantors and partners for their supportive funding. With their continued support, our specialized workshops, programs and educational initiatives are made available to individuals throughout Southern Vancouver Island each and every year. Investing in our communities is an investment into the future of a healthier, more resilient community and the breadth and depth of our relationships to our grantors is critical to our success and ability to innovate. Our organization is truly a community which will continue to have a profound impact in the years ahead.

 

Interested in becoming a funder?

You can help us with our mission and vision which is to give all individuals in society an equal chance at changing their lives for the better. This positive change has a domino effect on the people around them and in turn creates a healthy, vibrant and inclusive society. Contact us today at info@southislandcounselling.org to make a difference.

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Our current subsidized programs:

Bridging the Gap to Affordable Mental Health Care

This program provides subsidized counselling to marginalized populations ranging from $5 to $35 per session depending on financial circumstances. Clients will leave feeling empowered to manage their mental health in a virtual or in-person setting. 200 clients will be supported and ends June 30, 2022. 

Funded by Bell Let's Talk, BC Community Gaming, The Victoria Foundation, and The Quail Rock Foundation

Blue Love Campaign

This program allows our Centre to hire 1 to 2 clinical counsellors which will in turn help adults, families and couples facing mental health challenges in our community. Ends December 31, 2021. You can donate to this cause here:

Funded by United Way Southern Vancouver Island

Creating the Space to Serve

This program provides 50 clients age 18 to 29 with a clinical counsellor to help with their mental health challenges. Clients with receive 12 subsidized sessions and will be focused on providing them with tools and strategies. Additional furniture pieces will be purchased as well to help create a warm and inviting atmosphere for counselling.

50 clients will be supported until the end of September 2022.

Funded by The Catholic Foundation

Overcome Your Anxiety

This program provides subsidized counselling to marginalized populations ranging from $5 to $35 per session depending on financial circumstances. Clients will learn tools and strategies to help manage their anxiety symptoms. in a virtual or in-person setting.

200 clients will be supported until March 31, 2022.

Funded by United Way Southern Vancouver Island, BC Community Gaming, Quail Rock Foundation, Telus Future Friendly Foundation and Pacific Blue Cross