Nanaimo Services

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Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health Services
Address: 301-190 Wallace Street
Organization Phone Number:
250.741.5701
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Al-Anon
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Support for friends and families of alcoholics.
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Organization Phone Number:
250.756.3068 or 250.758.8767
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Support for teens with friends and families with alcohol problems.
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Organization Phone Number:
250.756.3068 or 250.758.8767
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Alcoholics Anonymous
Address: 212-285 Prideaux Street
Short Service Description:
Monday to Friday, 9 am-5 pm
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Organization Phone Number:
250.753.7513
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BC Housing
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Organization Phone Number:
1.800.787.2807
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Boys and Girls Club
Address: 20 Fifth Street 
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South Side Teen Centre
Organization Phone Number:
250.713.5787
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Central Vancouver Island Multicultural Society
Short Service Description:
Providing services to immigrants
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Organization Phone Number:
250.753.6911
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Crime Stoppers
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Nanaimo Crime Stoppers
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Organization Phone Number:
1.800.222.8477
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Crisis Counselling Clinic
Address: Brooks Landing (203-2000 Island Hwy N.)
Short Service Description:
Monday to Friday, 10 am-7 pm
Organization Phone Number:
250.739.5710
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Crisis Line
Short Service Description:
Call for emergencies only
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Organization Phone Number:
1.888.494.3888
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