Cando Event

\Another successful year for Cando Event, stationary musical chairs, wheel of prizes,bingo,tattooing,nail, Elvis impersonator( Robert Saunders)

Thanks to Peggy Jo and John Zettle for being the DJ.  Thanks to all the volunteers and Ken Biron for being our MC all night, and  thanks to our guest speaker from the office of the Mayor’s  .(Terry McConnachie).  Plus the dinner was fabulous , We at the handy Circle Resource Society would like to thank the staff at the Civic Centre  for their hospitality.


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Karan Lands Her “Dream Job”

A Working Together Success

Karan has cerebral palsy, which mainly affects her legs. She wanted help creating a strong resume and overcoming her anxiety related to her job search. That is how she joined our Working Together Program.

Working Together Participant, Karan

Shortly after, Karan was contacted for an interview at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. But she didn’t feel ready yet.

Working Together staff helped Karan prepare for potential interview questions as well as disclosing her disability. Along the way, she also learned about crafting effective resumes and cover letters. And she landed the job!

“I was really happy that I got my dream job straight out of my program,” says Karan, adding, “I am very grateful and thankful that Neil Squire’s services exist.”

Visit our website to read Karan’s success story.

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On August.22,2019 all day will be a ms day at A&W every 2.00 you spend on a hamburger goes towards Ms cause research ,we are going to having silent auctions, contests and etc. hope to see you all there  donating, it is a good cause and thank you all for coming out for your  support,


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Loonie Auction

We are having our yearly Loonie Auction on Saturday October,19th at 10:00am to 4:00opm am Sunday October.20/2019 at 10:00am to 3:00pm  at 950 Kerry St.

for any information  pleas do not Hesitate in phoning 250-563-1852

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We had a another Successful year, at the Summer fest and raised $409.00 thanks for all who came out at supported us.


Canada Day

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A.C.E is the place

An Activity Centre for those living with Mental Health and Addiction Issues Partners In Recovery Mission Statement To provide a positive social environment for people with a mental illness substance use or concurrent disorder Goals To provide a place where mental health service users can work play and grow together in an environment of equality To create opportunities for socialization and formation of healthy relationships for all members in an atmosphere of safety and respect Increase awareness and connections to other services in our community About A.C.E. Officially opened 22 April 2004 Daily activities and programs operated by B.C.S.S employees and member volunteers A.C.E programs based on needs and feedback of members variety of services education Skill development gym facilities laundry facilities peer lead programming Drop In Activities pool tables internet access TV lounge area games Community Partnership Activities Floor Hockey Bowling Dances Summer Outdoor Adventures Healthy Lifestyles Cafe Cost Recovery Kitchen Tuesday Friday 11AM 4PM Saturday 12PM 4PM affordable meals fresh home cooked soups meals and desserts daily discount offered on meal tickets soup cards and coffee cards Health Wellness Programs Volunteer Skill Development Program Diabetic foot care nail care Hair Cuts Movie night crib club and tournaments Walking Group Bingo Knitting Group Tia Chi Chess club and tournaments Community Kitchen Requirements of Membership Actively receiving services from Health Care providers attached to Northern Health Mental Health Addictions Services Referral from Service Provider Living with Mental Health Addiction Issues Must be 18 years or older Applications available at A.CE. front desk Membership is 5 a year All membership fees are used to directly benefit members by helping to fund ongoing and activities Membership is valid form April 1st to March 31st of the following year Sponsored by the British Columbia Schizophrenia Society of Prince George Branch Funding for A.C.E. provided by the North Health Authority

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information on accessing your house and basement

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