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We have a lending library with books about Feminism, Women’s Lives, Sexuality and Sexual Minorities, Menopause and PMS, Assault & Abuse, Family and Parenting, Relationships, Women’s Movements and Struggle for Equality. Members of our Society are welcome to sign out and borrow books. This resource is a great way to gain information about women’s issues and concerns, and to learn about feminism and the female struggle for equality.
We also have links on this website to many services (almost all offered for free) within Kamloops which cater towards women and their needs. If you want information about pregnancy, sexual health, childbirth, abortions, drug and alcohol counseling, mental health, sexual abuse, physical assault, relationships & emotional support and more, please check out our links to other great resources in the community. We aim to provide all women with information and resources, and to create a sisterhood of healthy, strong, safe and united women.
ASK Wellness Centre ASK Wellness CentreProvides services to clients with HIV/Aids, Hepatitis C or those who are at risk or marginalized. They focus on street outreach, information and prevention, as well as advocating for and supporting clients. They can also offer some support with housing.Work 433 Tranquille Road Kamloops BC work Work Phone: (250) 376-7558work Personal Email: INTERNET
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Kamloops Homelessness Action Plan Kamloops Homelessness Action PlanLife Skills ProgramWork 386 Tranquille Rd Kamloops BC work Work Phone: 250-574-0331work Work Email: INTERNET
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Building Skills, Building Lives
We all use a range of Life Skills daily to maintain our housing. From paying bills, house cleaning, cooking & home maintenance, to communication, socializing & conflict resolution, the range of Life Skills needed is complex. The more Life Skills we are equipped with, the greater independence we can achieve.
Building a Life Skills training series with the community is an important goal that we are happy to have sponsorship for from the federal Homelessness Partnering Strategy, the Catherine Donnelly Foundation, and the City of Kamloops Social Planning Council. The HAP has hired a Life Skills Navigator to engage stakeholders and build on the Life Skills Training series called âMy Placeâ.
After researching training programs currently offered in Kamloops, and forming the Life Skills Network of service providers, the group developed âMy Placeâ a drop in based, client focused series of Life Skills training opportunities related to maintaining housing. The Life Skills Network created through this project will be supported by the HAP to meet and discuss the ongoing development of âMy Placeâ and to address other opportunities and challenges related to Life Skills in Kamloops.