CVPCC offers free, pregnancy support options counselling.  We will answer all of your questions, give you relevant information and offer you support as you navigate your options. Options Counselling includes information on parenting, adoption, and abortion.  We review the risks and rewards of each option so you can make an informed decision.  We also listen to your unique concerns including cultural and religious beliefs as we recognize these factors are very important to some people and can be a factor in  ones decision making.  We take a wholistic approach to caring for our clients.  This includes our mental, physical and spiritual health needs.

At CVPCC, we leave ‘no stone left unturned’ to support our clients.  When we are unable to help we find others in our community who can offer the support you need.  We routinely assist our clients to find a family doctor; this allows you to have a long term medical professional in your corner who knows your history. You can talk to us about any concerns and questions you have; all of our services are free and confidential.

We also offer grief support peer counselling which is available following an abortion or a miscarriage. Please don’t struggle alone, we are here to help.

Our services:

  •  Over-the-phone Information is available Monday-Friday 11-4 pm at 250-334-0058
  •  In-person Options counselling appointments are available Monday to Friday 11-4, Thursdays 11-6 pm.
  • Appointments are preferred so that we are not double booked causing long wait times.

*Walk-ins can sometimes be accommodated.

To book an options counselling appointment.

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