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Addiction & Mental Health Resources in British Columbia

Addiction & Mental Health Resources in British Columbia

Mental illness can feel isolating. However, the experience is much more common than many Canadians realize. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, approximately 20 percent of the population will have a mental health problem in any given year, while eight percent of adults will experience depression and a full half of the population will have had some kind of mental health issue by the age of 40. Thankfully, there are plenty of services in British Columbia that exist to help those struggling with mental health. That’s why Share lawyers has put together a list...
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Housing Resources in British Columbia

Housing Resources in British Columbia

Choosing a place to live is one of the most important decisions that many of us will make in our lives. That’s also what makes it so difficult. Whether you’re buying, renting, or are somewhere in between, having a roof over your head is essential, and it can be tough to navigate the web of rules and regulations around the housing market. With that in mind, Share Lawyers has put together a list of housing resources for those who live in British Columbia. British Columbia Housing Resources Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation: 1-800-668-2642 The CMHC is a national...
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Legal Services in British Columbia

Legal Services in British Columbia

Since 1987, Share Lawyers has settled hundreds of cases against insurance companies on behalf of individuals with illnesses, injuries, or long-term disabilities. As one of the leaders in such claims, we take great pride in our track record serving the needs of the community. However, there are many aspects of the law that fall outside our particular area of expertise. At the same time, we still want to make sure that everyone has access to reliable and affordable legal assistance, which is why Share Lawyers has put together a list of legal resources available to people in...
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Community Services in British Columbia

Community Services in British Columbia

From Vancouver to Prince George, everyone is part of a community. There are many organizations that keep the community strong by working to help those in need. With that in mind, Share Lawyers has put together a list of neighbourhood resources and services that are available to people in British Columbia.   British Columbia Community Services British Columbia 211: 2-1-1 BC 211 is a non-emergency 24-hour helpline that can provide assistance with a number of different topics, including local government and social services. They also operate helplines for those...
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Resources for Newcomer Services in British Columbia

Resources for Newcomer Services in British Columbia

British Columbia is one of the most diverse and multicultural provinces in Canada, with a large immigrant population from around the world. No matter where you come from, it can be tough making the transition to a new place. That’s why Share Lawyers has put together a list of resources that are there to help newcomers to British Columbia.   British Columbia Newcomer Services WelcomeBC: (250) 952-6914 or 1-877-952-6914 (Toll Free) BC Provincial Nominee Program: (604) 775-2227 (Voicemail Line) WelcomeBC provides a wealth of resources and information for anyone looking...