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The Report: May / June 1999 vol.19 num.7

HSA welcomes CDC health services and support workers 

Fifteen employees at Fort St. John Child Development Centrejoined HSA in February. These new members work in health services and support at the FortSt. John and Fort Nelson sites of the Centre in administration and child care.

Welcome to new member atCedarview Lodge

HSA successfully varied the certification at Cedarview Lodge to includea social worker in the bargaining unit. Congratulations!

Welcome to new members atCameray Counselling Services

The 24 new members at Cameray Counselling Services work at three sitesin Burnaby and New Westminster. Most of these members work as counsellors at thiscommunity social service agency. Some of the crucial services they provide to theircommunities include sexual abuse counselling, a sexual health intervention program forchildren with sexual behaviour problems, and family counselling.

The members at Cameray also offer an innovative residential historicalabuse program, providing counselling for adults who suffered abuse in provincially fundedfacilities.

HSAwelcomes new members at North Island AIDS Coalition

Congratulations to seven new members at North Island AIDS Coalition!These new members work in harm reduction, education, support, outreach, and nursing atfour sites in Courtenay, Campbell River, Alert Bay and Port Hardy.

HSA now represents 50 AIDS resource workers across the province, atAIDS Vancouver, AIDS Resource Centre (Okanagan & Region), and now at North Island AIDSCoalition.

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