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It’s National Volunteer Appreciation Week! “A volunteer action is like a stone thrown in a lake: its effect has a direct impact. At the same time, like ripples, volunteer efforts reach out far and wide to improve communities. Undeniably, volunteers...
Opt is supporting a clinical research initiative of the Women’s Health Research Institute at BC Women’s Hospital.
It's spring in BC and that means several of our clinics will be moving to their spring/summer schedules.
Opt's Executive Director, Jennifer Breakspear, was recently in Austin, Texas at the 2015 NonProfit Technology Conference and was interviewed by NonProfit Times Lunch Truck.
Kootenay Loop has drop-in hours two Mondays a month!
Cranbrook Family Connections hosted an open house at their new location on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The old bingo hall building at 209A 16th Avenue North now houses a host of organizations under one roof. Pictured are Brian Jensen, Laura Wilson, Linda Douglas, Courtney Way, Kim Levie and Gwen Noble.
Our Cranbrook Opt Clinic held an Open House on September 9th in their new space! The Townsman, the local Cranbook newspaper, captured this great image at the event.
Health Canada has advised that levonorgestrel emergency contraceptive pills (ECP) (Plan B, Next Choice, Norlevo, Option 2 brands) must carry a warning about reduced effectiveness in heavier women. Package warning labels will caution that the pills...
We are hiring for the position of Director of Nursing and Clinical Services. Please see the attached posting and job description. Letters of interest and resumes can be sent to the Executive Director, Jennifer Breakspear at jbreakspear@optbc.org