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Mental Health Support Group for LGBT folks (Vancouver)

Unread postby AndrewBCSS » 01 Mar 2008

Mental Matters is a mental health support group for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people, located in Vancouver, BC.
There are two meetings at the time of this post. Details are here: http://www.geocities.com/mentalmatters/

According to their site, here is the info on their support groups:

"The first is at the MPA (Mental Patients Association) Office
1733 4th Avenue West, Vancouver BC
(a half block east of Burrard Street)
1 pm - every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month
The door is opened at 1 pm
Up the Stairs and in the Boardroom
Note if the Monday is a stat holiday that meeting is cancelled
(membership with MPA is not required, however it is free for people with mental health issues)
this location is not wheelchair accessible

The second is at the Coast Resource Centre
1225 Seymour Street, Vancouver BC
(nearest cross street is Davie Street)
1:30 pm - every Tuesday
Note that you must join Coast to participate in these meetings (membership is free for people with mental health issues)
this is a wheelchair accessible location "
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