Immigrant Welcome Centre offers wellness workshop

A new wellness workshop is being offered by the Immigrant Welcome Centre in Courtenay.

A new wellness workshop is being offered by the Immigrant Welcome Centre in Courtenay.

It will support immigrants to reduce stress and balance work and family life. Effective ways to communicate and increase support will also be explored by facilitator Sharon McCann, IWC support co-ordinator.

The first session on Friday mornings begins May 10 and continues until June 14 at Unit C 1001 Lewis Ave. in Courtenay. The workshop is free. Registration is required for the full six weeks.

Register by phoning at 250-338-6359, e-mailing admin@immigrantwelcome.ca or visiting in person. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday.

— Immigrant Welcome Centre

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