The following is a list of not-for-profits that serve our region:
The Baldy Hughes Addiction Treatment Centre and Therapeutic Community – provides multi-phasic residential addiction treatment and long-term recovery to British Columbians suffering from addiction disorders. Our program seeks to restore residents’ personal dignity through a balance of individual autonomy and participation within our treatment program and therapeutic community.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind – CNIB is a registered charity, passionately providing community-based support, knowledge and a national voice to ensure blind and partially sighted Canadians have the confidence, skills and opportunities to fully participate in life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Prince George – brings children identified as being in need of a mentor together with responsible, caring adults for friendship, role modeling and support.
Prince George Hospice Society – specialized and compassionate staff and volunteers provide palliative and grief support programs and services that meet the individual needs of guests, families, and community.
The Samaritan Inn – a recovery home for women with addictions. This ministry was launched in 2004 and has seen a good number of women find faith, hope and a way out of a desperate and destructive lifestyle.
AiMHi – Prince George Association for Community Living – provides a wide range of services to children, youth, adults and families. These services include supported living options, employment services, family support services, life skills teaching programs and a variety of community programs.
BC SPCA North Caribou Branch – adopts out and provides care and protection to thousands of animals each year.
The Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation – provides people meaningful opportunities to contribute to improving healthcare within the service area of the University Hospital of Northern BC, Prince George (UHNBC), which covers an area of 600,000 sq kms, servicing over 300,000 residents. Spirit’s mandate is to fund medical equipment, education, and enhancements in communities throughout the Northern Health Region.