Yes…we have them again! These popular books can save you hundreds of dollars…and…help the community at the same time. Available at several outlets in Greater Trail, as well as our Main Office. Just give Sherri a call at 250-364-2326 ext 234 to confirm a pickup time. Cash or cheques welcome.
FAIR was pleased to recently meet Alex Peel, Community Engagement Coordinator with the Legal Services Society (LSS). Pictured are: Sherri Bond, FAIR Specialized Victim Services Coordinator; Janet MacNeil, FAIR Executive Director, Alex Peel from LSS; and Nadia Usher, FAIR Specialized Victim Services Program Assistant.
FAIR’s Specialized Victim Services team has been an LSS Community Partner for years, supporting access to many LSS services such as:
- Information provided by:
- Advice from:
- Representation (find out more) if you qualify and have:
- serious family problems;
- child protection matters;
- criminal law issues; or
- some immigration, mental health, and prison law issues.
You can apply for legal aid by phone or in person.
Mental Health Family Support Drop-in Group:
Family Support Groups offer a safe and supportive space for family members and friends to share, ask questions, and connect with others who are supporting loved ones with mental health challenges.
Where: FAIR main office – 2079 Columbia Ave in Trail
When: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month – 6-8pm
Contact: Lisa – LMelenka@trailfair.ca or 250-364-2326 ext 225.
Click here if you would like to download a poster for this group.
Beginning Sept. 26, Trail FAIR Society will be offering Building Healthy Relationships, a weekly, 8 session group for adult women. Topics will include self-esteem building, boundary setting, effective communication and much more.
It will run every Tuesday, at the Trail FAIR office, from 9:30-noon.
Any women who are interested can call Sherri or Geri-Lynn at 250-364-2326 to register.
The Interior Crisis Line has a few openings for Volunteers.
Potential volunteers will receive training and supportive mentoring to hone their skills and build confidence. Applicants should have a supportive, non-judgmental attitude and be able to set personal boundaries.
Please download the application form which can be found here . Completed forms should be dropped off, faxed, or mailed to our Columbia Ave office, or may be scanned and e-mailed to the Crisis Line co-ordinator using the Contact form on our About Us page.