Monday to Friday 1 pm-6 pm
Wellness Counselling Services
Our waitlist is currently full. We apologize for being unable to take your request at this time. In the meantime, please reach out to us via email or phone, so that we could assist you with other organizations which are currently accepting clients or those with an open waitlist.
Wednesdays 5:30 pm-8:30 pm
Fridays 9:30 am-4:30 pm
Tuesdays with Pixie at 6:00 pm – in person
Wednesdays with Bella at 12:15 pm – walk-in or online
for info or to register, email us
Thank you for your consideration
We at the Vancouver Women’s Health Collective are a non-profit organization helping all who self-identify as women, non-binary and gender non conforming foster health, wellness and equity through feminist approaches to advocacy, shared knowledge and low-barrier programs and services.
We are gladly accepting donations of clean clothing, lightly used makeup, oral hygiene products, and new socks & underwear! Thank you!
We are hiring
We are looking to fill the role of Program coordinator for the Cosmo transitional housing program.
See the full job posting here
This new pilot program of coordinated services and supports delivered in concert with a custom-built transitional housing project located at the Cosmopolitan Hotel (Central City Foundation, CCF) provides a safe haven within which women pursue their journeys to healing and wellness.
Together with a steering committee of community partners, the Cosmo Program Coordinator is responsible for monitoring and executing supportive, appropriate, culturally sensitive and relevant programming that meets the needs of the program participants in the Cosmo Women’s Transitional Housing Program and helps them to moving on to stable and permanent housing connected to community and a personalized network of supports and services.
Read VWHC’s submission to the Special committee on reforming the Police Act
VWHC past board chair, Bina Salimath, was invited to make a presentation to the Special Committee on July 22, 2021, along with other Feminists Deliver members.
The role of the Special Committee is to make recommendations to the Legislative Assembly on reforms related to the modernization and sustainability of policing under the Police Act (R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 367); the role of police with respect to complex social issues including mental health and wellness, addictions and harm reduction; the scope of systemic racism within BC’s police agencies; and whether there are measures necessary to ensure a modernized Police Act is consistent with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2007).