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A SMART Recovery group that started up at the Golden Family Center on December 12th is now an open and ongoing group. Group sessions run weekly on Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. in the Golden Family Center group meeting room (at the top of the stairs on the left). Anyone who thinks they can benefit is welcome [read more]
Join us at our Annual General Meeting on Wednesday, September 26th, at 4:30 pm. Our AGM will take place in the Family Center Group room – the first door on your left at the top of the stairs. In case you have not been at the Golden Family Center before, we are located in the [read more]
The Plan Institute has developed a new Wills, Trusts & Estate Planning webinar with the generous support of the Law Foundation of BC. During the pilot phase of this project, they will be offering 4 FREE sessions this Fall, available to residents of BC living outside of the Lower Mainland. Fall 2018 Webinar Dates: September 20th, [read more]
We are pleased to be able to display some of the beautiful work of local artist Susan Cowan in our reception area. Our thanks go to Susan for letting her art live with us for a while. [read more]
The Movember Foundation is gearing up to create a new set of revolutionary tools – designed to help men in Canada & around the globe tackle the tough stuff in life, to stop men dying too young & to maintain a positive lifestyle. But to get it just right, they need your help. The Movember Foundation is looking for [read more]

text-icon Every Wednesday, starting March 21st, Drop-In Counselling services will be available at a Clinic held at the Golden Family Center.  We all face challenges in life, and there are times when we need a calm and non-judgmental space to share our concerns, to be heard and to plan next steps.

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The Compassion Project is an art show created for the purpose of sparking curiosity about values, beliefs and assumptions surrounding drug use in your community. Community members who volunteered to participate in the project were asked, “How do you want to be understood?” and “What is it like to be you?” The collection of stories, [read more]