A MDABC peer-led support group is a safe place to
share your story, your struggles and accomplish-
ments, and to listen to others as they share similar
concerns. Please Note: Support groups are not
intended to provide counselling/therapy.
Please visit www.mdabc.net for a list & location
of support groups or call 604-873-0103 for info.
AL-ANON FAMILY GROUPS
Does someone else's drinking bother you?
Al-Anon can help.
We are a support group for those who have
been affected by another's drinking problem.
For more information please call: 604-688-1716
Anorexics & Bulimics Anonymous
12 Step based peer support program which
addresses the mental, emotional, &
spiritual aspects of disordered eating
Tuesdays @ 7 pm @ Avalon Women's Centre
5957 West Blvd - 604-263-7177
Battered Women's Support Services
provides free daytime & evening support groups
(Drop-ins & 10 week groups) for women abused by
their intimate partner. Groups provide emotional
support, legal information & advocacy,
safety planning, and referrals.
For more information please call: 604-687-1867
Heart of Richmond - AIDS Society
operates a confidential support group for persons
with HIV/AIDS, or persons affected
(family, friends or care givers) by the disease.
For info - 604-277-5137
IBD Virtual Support Group
Suffer from Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis?
Living with inflammatory bowel disease can be
overwhelming, but you're not alone!
The Gastrointestinal Society holds a free IBD
support group via Zoom on the 3rd Wed of each
month at 7:00 pm. Patients, families, and
caregivers are welcome. For more information,
Is your life affected by someone else's drug use?
Nar-Anon Family Group Meeting.
Call the Volunteer 24hr Information line at
604-878-8844 for a list of meeting locations and
times. (This number is not monitored)
Join a FREE YWCA Single Mothers
support group in your local community.
Share information, experiences and resources.
Child care is provided for a nominal fee.
For information call 604-895-5789
or Email: email@example.com
Join Our Support, Education
& Action Group
Women who experienced any
form of male violence.
CALL Vancouver Rape Relief & Women's Shelter
Parkinson Society BC
offers over 50 volunteer-led support groups
throughout BC. These provide people with
Parkinson's, their carepartners & families an
opportunity to meet in a friendly, supportive setting
with others who are experiencing similar difficul-
ties. Some groups may offer exercise support.
For information on locating a support group
near you, please contact PSBC at
604 662 3240 or toll free 1 800 668 3330.
FEAR? DEPRESSION? PANIC ATTACKS?
Feelings that keep you from really living your life?
A way out is where we come in.
Weekly meetings. Call for info:
9am - 5pm Kathy 778-554-1026
Sex Addicts Anonymous
12-step fellowship of men & women who share
their experience, strength and hope with each
other, that they may solve their common problem
and help others recover from their sexual
addiction.Membership is open to all who desire to
stop addictive sexual behaviour. For a meeting list
as well as email & phone contacts go to our
SEXAHOLICS ANONYMOUS - Vancouver, BC
For those desiring their own sexual sobriety, please
go to www.sa.org for meetings times and places.
We are here to help you from being overwhelmed.
Newcomers are gratefully welcomed.
Call toll free 866-424-8777
Support, Education & Action Group for Women
that have experienced male violence.
Call Vancouver Rape Relief 604-872-8212
The Compassionate Friends (TCF) Burnaby
TCF is a grief support group for parents who have
experienced the loss of a child, at any age.
Meet the last Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
For location call Grace: 778-222-0446
"We Need Not Walk Alone"