At the end of September, BC Schizophrenia Society (BCSS) saw the departure of long-time Fraser Central Regional Educator, Nancy Friesen. Through her many years with BCSS, Nancy worked with families supporting loved ones who have serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia. She delivered compassion and empathy to everyone she spoke with, whether it was a […]
(1959-2020) It is with enormous sadness that BC Schizophrenia Society announces the passing of Curtis Duval, son of former executive director Jane Duval. Curtis passed away in Vancouver on October 02, 2020. He leaves behind his mother, Jane Duval; his sister, Renée Duval (Dennis Ekstedt); his aunt, Annabelle MacDonald (Stephen Crozier); cousins Scott MacDonald (Megan) […]
At the BCSS Virtual AGM on Saturday, September 26, members were introduced to the 2020/21 BCSS Board of Directors, including newcomers Jack Middleton, Dr. Stefanie Rezansoff, and Dr. Fidel Vila-Rodriguez. We are extremely excited by the breadth of knowledge, experience, and expertise that each of these individuals bring to the BCSS Board of Directors and […]
We’re excited to present this year’s annual report for BC Schizophrenia Society. PDF of Annual Report And here is a quick snapshot of the 2019/20 Year in Review If you have any questions or would like to request a copy of BCSS’ Audited Financial Statements, please email email@example.com.
On Saturday, September 26, 2020, Drs Diane McIntosh and Randall White joined BC Schizophrenia Society to share some information about the impacts of COVID-19 on families affected by schizophrenia. Dr. McIntosh focused on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s mental health overall and how it has affected families. She also offers up some […]