Hope News

Taylor Buis, Substance Use Clinician
"There are often misconceptions about people who use substances and how best to support them. But there are multiple pathways into substance use, no one client is the same.”
Sheile
"I’ve witnessed and experienced violence too – I was a new graduate caring for a patient with dementia – it was scary; I didn’t know what to do. If only I’d known then what I know now."
Humans of Fraser Health: Pablo Hidalgo
"Being a care aide is physically and mentally demanding. We help people do things they can’t... You spend so much time with them you feel like family.”
Hannah Varto
“At The Embrace Clinic – an outreach medical service for survivors of violence such as sexual assault or partner violence – I treat women who have never had their sexual health taken seriously. That’s really sad.”
Garden with different kinds of plants
A community garden, door-to-door transportation for people with mobility issues and, a playground for kids are results from a $500,000 grant to Hope.
Family Walking home
Fraser Health has awarded $500,000 to community organizations in Hope, to create homegrown solutions to some of the area’s biggest health issues.
Family walking on a grassy hill
We're announcing plans to allocate $500,000 to community-based strategies in Hope that aim to improve the overall health and well-being of residents.
Family walking with kids running and playing with the fallen leaves
Fraser Health will work with the District of Hope and its community stakeholders to identify priorities and invest $500,000 to help improve the overall health and well-being of its residents.