Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Office of Life, Marriage, & Family to provide services in Surrey

Professional counselling provides religious point of view for individuals, couples, and families
Volunteer mental health workers from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru hold counseling sessions Aug. 25 in a makeshift office in a tent camp for people who lost their homes in the Aug. 15, 2007, earthquake in Pisco, Peru. Counselling in Surrey by the Office of Life, Marriage, and Family is going to be in a permanent building. CNS photo by Walter Hupiu.
The Office of Life, Marriage, and Family is expanding beyond the Vancouver area, taking its professional counselling services to Surrey to serve clients there and in nearby cities. For full story see The B.C. Catholic website.

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