NALA'ATSI ALTERNATE PROGRAM

Aboriginal Education Services
665 16th Street, Courtenay, V9N 1X6
Phone: 250-331-4040
Email: bruce.carlos@sd71.bc.ca
Hours: Monday to Thursday 9am – 3pm

Contact: Bruce Carlos (District Principal) Sallie Crawford (Senior Administrative Assistant) Toresa Crawford (Humanities Teacher) Heather Scott (Family / Youth Care Worker) Natalie Force (Aboriginal Support Worker) -

Population Served:

Grade 10, 11 and 12 students must be of Aboriginal ancestry and be either referred from mainstream or alternative programs with SD #71 or Aboriginal students who are new to the district.  The Nala’atsi Program assists students to meet secondary school completion requirements through an individualized program of studies; or facilitates re-entry into the regular secondary system.  Assistance may be provided to adult students or recent graduates needing upgrading to enter post-secondary programs.


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Last updated: 2014-09-09      Print Listing     



NAR-ANON FAMILY GROUP


Contact: Vicki 250-338-2987 and Jack at 250-334-3485 Rene (not so much anymore, but wants to stay on list) at 250-334-2392 -

Meetings: 7:30pm every Wednesday at the Eureka Club House (280 4th Street, Courtenay)

                  7:30pm every Friday at the K’omoks Health Centre (3322 Comox Rd, Comox)


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Last updated: 2018-06-04      Print Listing     



NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA)

Vancouver Island North and Powell River Area Helpline Number: 1-877-379-6652
Website: www.vinprana.ca

Narcotics Anonymous (or NA) is a nonprofit Fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. It is the Groups that carry our message:

“The message is that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live…. That is all we have to give.” (Basic Text, 6th Ed., p. 68)


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Legend

(O) = Open Meeting: Anyone may attend.
(C) = Closed Meeting: For addicts and those who feel they may have a problem with drugs
Narcotics Anonymous is not affiliated with any of the facilities where meetings are held.
(LC) = Read from Living Clean
(M) = Mens Meeting
(W) = Womens Meeting
(12) = Step Study

Area Meeting – Halbe Hall
3rd Sunday of the month
Area Meeting at 10:15 am


Last updated: 2018-06-04      Print Listing     



NATIONAL EATING DISORDER INFORMATION CENTRE

200 Elizabeth Street, 7ES – 421, Toronto, M5G 2C4
Fax: 416-340-4736
Toll Free: 1-866-NEDIC-20 (1-866-633-4220)
Email: nedic@uhn.ca
Website: www.nedic.ca
Hours: Monday to Friday 9am – 9pm (EST)

Mission

NEDIC is a client centered organization with a mission to support healthy communities by promoting healthy lifestyles, including both healthy eating and appropriate, enjoyable exercise, and encouraging media literacy. Being client-centred means that our staff try to give people information and guidance about every option so that our clients can make informed choices for themselves.

 


Programs & Services

-Develops and disseminates information and resources on eating disorders and food and weight preoccupation
- Helpline that provides information on treatment and support in Canada
- Runs workshops and presentations for schools, community groups and professional bodies on the prevention of disordered eating, promotion of positive body image, and healthy lifestyles
- Runs prevention and awareness campaigns -is the national sponsor of Eating Disorder Awareness Week
- Developed Beyond Images, a turn key curriculum for grades 4-8 that fills a gap in media literacy nationally and explores concepts of male and female beauty and what it means to "fit in", helping students understand and develop resilience against negative messaging. For more information see www.beyondimages.ca


Last updated: 2018-06-04      Print Listing     



NATIVE COURTWORKER & COUNSELLING ASSOCIATION OF BC

207-1999 Marine Drive, North Vancouver, Phone: 604-985-5355
Fax: 604-985-8933
Toll Free: 1-877-811-1190
Email: nccabc@nccabc.net
Website: http://www.nccabc.ca/


Last updated: 2018-06-04      Print Listing     



NAVIGATE

(formerly NORTH ISLAND DISTANCE EDUCATION SCHOOL (NIDES) School District 71 – Comox Valley
2505 Smith Road, Courtenay, V9J 1T6
Phone: 250-337-5300
Fax: 250-337-2310
Toll Free: 1-800-663-7925
Website: www.navigatenides.com
Hours: 8:30am – 4pm

To support successful learning by providing student-centered, teacher-directed, distributed learning services through the use of diverse technologies and community partnerships.


Programs & Services

Navigate is an award winning school, recognized nationally and internationally for our innovative approach to blended learning. We’ve taken the lead in implementing the new BC curriculum, building unique and flexible learning options for every student that focus on each student’s unique interests and abilities. This flexibility allows us to meet a diverse range of student needs, abilities, and learning styles including:

Special Education
High Performance Athletes
Mental & Medical Health Supports
Accelerated Learning

Navigate is both a DL school and campus located in the Comox Valley in SD71. Our school offers the kind of custom education options you’d expect from a private school without expensive tuition fees. We provide a wide range of K-12 programs,  international language courses, and adult education opportunities that are as unique as the families we work with. Whether you live in the Comox Valley, the lower mainland, or a remote coastal village, Navigate offers a learning path to a meaningful education.


Last updated: 2018-06-04      Print Listing     



NEWBARK CANINE RESCUE & REHOMING SOCIETY

Mid Vancouver Island, Phone: 250-218-0201
Website: www.newbarkrescue.com

Contact: Larissa Whitby (President) -
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Last updated: 2014-09-09      Print Listing     



NEWBORN – MOTHER HOTLINE

811 – Health Advice Healthlink BC
Public Health Nursing: VIHA, Phone: 250-331-8520


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Last updated: 2018-06-05      Print Listing     



NORTH ISLAND COLLEGE (NIC)

2300 Ryan Road, Courtenay , V9N 8N6
Phone: 250-334-5000
Fax: 250-334-5018
Email: questions@nic.bc.ca
Website: www.nic.bc.ca
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9am – 4pm; Wednesday 9am – 6pm

North Island College is committed to meeting the education and training needs of adults within its service region by:


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Last updated: 2018-06-19      Print Listing     



NORTH ISLAND REGIONAL EATING DISORDER PROGRAM

Comox Valley Nursing Centre; VIHA - North Island Hospital, Comox Valley
101 Lerwick Rd, Courtenay, V9N 0B9
250-331-5900
Website: https://www.viha.ca/comox_valley_nursing_centre/programs_and_services/eating_disorders.html

Lynn Redenbach, RPN, MA, RCC, Therapist and Coordinator: 250-331-5900 ext. 65325         

                 lynn.redenbach@viha.ca

Roberta (Bobi) Lineker, RDN, Nutritionist, Comox Valley: 250-331-5900 ext. 65324

                  roberta.lineker@viha.ca

Meredith Martin, MA, Counsellor, Campbell River office: 250-850-2962

                  Meredith.martin@viha.ca


Programs & Services

The North Island Regional Eating Disorder Program provides direct client services in both the Comox Valley and in Campbell River. Clinical support through education and in-services to health care providers and other agencies are offered to the Mount Waddington area upon request.

Services include:

This regional team includes a counsellor and a dietitian. We collaborate and work with other community agencies and professionals including physicians to provide the best possible co-ordination of services.


Last updated: 2018-06-05      Print Listing     



NURSELINE, BC

HealthLink BC
Toll Free: (24 hours): 8-1-1 TTY: 7-1-1
Website: www.healthlinkbc.ca


Programs & Services
- Speak to a nurse: ask a registered nurse your health questions, any hour of the day or night. Nurses are available 24/7 to help you with non-emergency health concerns, to discuss symptoms and procedures and recommend whether you should see a health professional
- Speak to a pharmacist: ask medication questions. Pharmacists are on call when your community pharmacist may be unavailable, every night from 5pm-9am
- For nutrition advice: will connect you with a dietitian
- Translation services are available in over 130 languages on request
- If possible, have your Personal Health Number (found on BC CareCards) available. If this is not possible, a record will be created using your last name.

Last updated: 2014-08-08      Print Listing     



NURSING CENTRE, COMOX VALLEY

Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA)
615 10th Street, Courtenay, V9N 1R2 – corner of Grieve
Phone: 250-331-8502
Website: www.viha.ca/comox_valley_nursing_centre/
Hours: M-F 9am-4:30pm (closed between 12-1pm for lunch)

Contact: Michelle Crosby: michelle.crosby@viha.ca Cindy Gavel: cindy.gavel@viha.ca -

 

 

Hours: Monday to Friday 9am – 4:30pm (closed between 12 – 1pm for lunch)

Drop-in Clinic: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 1pm – 4pm


Programs & Services

-Free help and information regarding any health concern
- No referral needed
- Private health consultations with a Registered Nurse
- Information about traditional and complementary health services
- Public Internet station to find up-to-date health information
-Referrals to other community agencies and health care resources
-Partnership with community agencies to develop better health services
-One Stop Drop-in for street involved clients -services provided by multiple agencies in one location; 2nd Friday of the month, 1-3:30 pm
- Family Nurse Practitioner services are now available at the Comox Nursing Centre. The focus of this service will be to support unattached or underserved patients with complex chronic diseases and high risk medical/social situations.

Support Groups:

-Chronic Pain Support Group:3rd Tuesday of each month 1:30-3:30pm
-Men's Support Services: drop-in, Monday and Friday 1-3:30pm
-Relaxation therapy for those with Chronic Pain or Chronic Illness: every Thursday 1:15-2:15pm
-Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Support Group: 3rd Wednesday of each month 1:30-3:30 pm


Last updated: 2018-04-03      Print Listing