CALGARY, Dec. 19 /CNW/ - Since 1962, the Calgary Counselling Centre has
provided counselling programs to help individuals, families, couples,
children, men and women resolve domestic abuse, depression, stress, emotional
and social programs. Last year, the non-profit organization served
6367 clients, through 32,264 hours of counselling. Through its ongoing
research and education program, Calgary Counselling Centre strives to meet the
changing needs of our community.
Now, with 10 working days notice, the Calgary Counselling Centre is in
jeopardy of losing the space they have leased and occupied since June 1992.
Mid way through a ten year lease, the Calgary Counselling Centre has been
advised that its lease may be terminated on December 31, 2007.
For more about how this may affect women, men and children in our
community you are invited to attend:
News Conference & Media Briefing
Calgary Counselling Centre
10:30 am, December 20, 2007
No.200, 940 6th Avenue SW
Calgary, T2P 3T1
For further information:
For further information: Robbie Babins-Wagner, CEO, (403) 691-5908