Surviving in Nanaimo Guide

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Surviving in Nanaimo: A Guide to Local Agencies and Services provides information and contacts for low-cost and free resources available to individuals living in Nanaimo. Topics include addictions services, counselling, food, housing, legal aid and more.

The 2021 Surviving in Nanaimo guide is now available! Guides can now be viewed and printed online!

Please contact Social Planning at 250-755-4464 if you have any questions about the Surviving in Nanaimo guide or wish to order copies.

Viewing the Guide

*Please note: This pdf document is searchable by key words using the CONTROL-F keys.

Printing the Guide

NEW!

1.  PRINT THE COVER AND GUIDE CONTENTS TOGETHER:

    *Please note: set printer settings for colour, double-sided (print on both sides) - flip on long edge

2.  AFTER PRINTING:

  • Trim the cover and contents pages to 9.5” long.
  • Staple in the middle crease with a long reach stapler.

ALSO:  Please visit Helpseeker.org online for a comprehensive, up-to-date list of services, resources and supports in Nanaimo.

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