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Statement on Directions Youth Detox Closure

Family Services of Greater Vancouver (FSGV) has played an active role in supporting the most vulnerable members of our community since 1928. For close to 30 yea...

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Tickets on Sale for Fam Jam Kitchen

Family Day, taking place in British Columbia on February 21, is a day for loved ones to spend quality time together – but not every family has that luxury. Th...

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Slipper Soirée Helps People Find a Safe Place to Sleep

A safe place to sleep is not always guaranteed, but Family Services of Greater Vancouver (FSGV), one of the region’s oldest and deepest non-profit social serv...

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#ExploreTheAnd

It's time to embrace emotional complexity.

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Partner Highlight: The Treehouse Child and Youth Advocacy Centre

The Treehouse Child and Youth Advocacy Centre exists to help Vancouver children and youth who have experienced abuse get back to feeling like kids again. The ...

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Partner Highlight: The Treehouse Child and Youth Advocacy Centre

The Treehouse Child and Youth Advocacy Centre exists to help Vancouver children and youth who have experienced abuse get back to feeling like kids again. The ...

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Building Inclusive Communities Through Literacy

  “Literacy is foundational. It’s what we need to make life easier.” These were the first words from Maureen Kehler, Program Manager at Decoda Liter...

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Navigating the Financial Marketplace

November is Financial Literacy Month and here at FSGV, we believe that all British Columbians should have access to tools and knowledge to feel empowered about ...

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