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Are you a local social senior looking to meet other Seniors and / or find out about local resources in our community? Join us for free delicious coffee or tea and baked goods every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Skookum Cafe located inside the WestShore Child Family and Youth Services Building at 345 Wale Rd. in Colwood BC.

Date(s): 
October 25, 2017 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Read full article and view all photos at http://www.goldstreamgazette.com/news/family-service-provider-excited-ab...

Family service provider excited about upcoming move

New building will allow for more privacy in counseling sessions

When they build it, youth will come. ‘It’ is a new
purpose-built 14,000-square-foot building, the new home for the Pacific
Centre Family Services Association.

 

Executive director Mitzi Dean said the beneficiaries won’t just be the people
working there, but those who are coming there to access their services.

“I have a vision of the area being a wellness sanctuary of...

See the photos and read the full article in the Goldstream Gazette at:

http://www.goldstreamgazette.com/news/family-service-provider-expands-fo...

The Pacific Centre Family Services Association (PCFSA) is almost
ready to start helping residents in its new building on Goldstream
Avenue.

While physically located in Colwood, the impact from these
additional services will be felt across the West Shore and the region.
That was evident by the community representatives present at last
Friday’s ribbon cutting ceremony, which included Premier John Horgan,
Lt. Gov. Judith Guichon, MLA Mitzi Dean, local...

Better at Home is recruiting Vollunteers!

Can you make a positive difference in the life of a local senior?

For more information or to apply, please call Dori Bodman, Program Coordinator, Better at Home Westshore at: (778) 677-3540 

 

2017 AGM

Download PCFSA AGM Invite 2017.pdf (366.88 KB)

 

Pacific Centre Family Services Association’s 49th Annual General Meeting

  • With refreshments provided by Skookum Youth Bistro

Thursday, June 29th 2017 at 12:30 p.m.  345 Wale Rd. in Colwood. Street and lot parking available.

RSVP by June 14th to imason@pcfsa.org

 

Guest presentation by Mia Golden, CRED Program and Cpl Pat Bryant, Mobile Youth Services Team “Sexual Exploitation and Gang Issues in Victoria”

The Board of Directors of Pacific Centre Family Services Association
congratulates Mitzi Dean on her recent election to the Legislative
Assembly of British Columbia as the MLA for Esquimalt - Metchosin! We
look forward to hearing of her contributions over the next four years on
behalf of the residents of the south island and British Columbia! The
Board welcomes the opportunity to join with the Staff in the near future
to say a formal 'Merci/Good Bye/Bonne Chance!'.

The position of Executive Director is the priority of the Board of
Directors on behalf of the PCFSA Family in the coming months...

This season we are happy to partner with the Victoria Grizzlies hockey team as part of the PCFSA Christmas Hamper Drive.

On Tuesday November 29th at 4:30 come by the gym at 345 Wale Road to meet the BCHL Victoria Grizzlies.

 

Meet the players, get an autograph, play some floor hockey and enjoy a festive Skookum snack.

As part of PCFSA’s effort to provide holiday support to local Westshore families we are asking for donations of a new unwrapped toys/gifts and non-perishable food items.

Find some hockey fans, bring a donation and have some fun with the Grizzlies.

Remembering 14 women murdered in Montreal in 1989. Remembering First Nations women who are murdered and missing.

Remembering women who are victims of violence in Canada and the world.

Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Time: 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Place: First+ Metropolitan United Church (Quadra & Balmoral)

Speakers:  Mitzi Dean, Executive Director, Pacific Centre Family Services Association  Lisa Helps, Mayor, City of Victoria  Rose Rice, Aboriginal Spiritual Director, Our Place Society

We affirm our commitment to end violence with actions and prayers.

We will share stories. Please join us...

West Shore Mapping Project - Services for vulnerable adults and seniors

Goals:

  1. To identify current West Shore based services and resources for seniors and vulnerable adults.

 

  1. To identify areas where services and resources for seniors and vulnerable adults on the West Shore may be improved.  

 

  1. To look at ways to increase service accessibility on the West Shore, including hub or satellite models.

 

DOES YOUR ORGANISATION BELONG ON THIS MAP?

 

If your organisation serves or would like to serve

seniors or vulnerable adults in the West Shore

Langford, Colwood, Metchosin, Highlands or View Royal

you are...

This year the Bay Centre branch has reached out to the Pacific
Centre Family Services Association and offered to put our donations
towards their new building project. 

We are excited to announce that Orca Grill Restaurant has partnered
up with Longwood Brewery to help support our Burger & Beer Night on
May 24, 2016. Tickets will be $25 each and 50% of all proceeds raised
from ticket sales will help support the Pacific Centre. 

We are only able to sell 60 tickets - so act fast. To buy tickets in
advance please contact...

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Pacific Centre Family Services Association relies on the assistance of individuals, families and businesses to provide vital services to support Children, Seniors and Families in our community. From volunteering to financial donations, there are many ways for you to help us to continue providing services such as Youth Talk, Affordable Counseling, Better at Home and many more!