NEED2 relies on a broad range of support. Financially, we have consistently benefited from annual grants from every municipality. Local and regional foundations have stepped up to support NEED2 in maintaining our suicide prevention and mental health initiatives in the Capital Region and local businesses provide support through the donation of goods and services to support NEED2 services. The generosity of community members and groups, who donate individually or through campaigns like the United Way and the Provincial Employees’ Community Services Fund (PECSF), contributes to our ability to provide our services.

A huge thank you to all! Our work wouldn’t be possible without you.


Our Community Partners in 2019/2020:

Schools:  Arbutus • Belmont • Cedar Hill • Central • Claremont • Colquitz • Dunsmuir • Edward Milne • Esquimalt • Glandford • Gordon Head • Individual Learning Centre • John Stubbs • Journey • Lambrick • Lansdowne • Ledger • Monterey • Oak Bay High • Parklands • Reynolds • Rock Heights • Royal Bay • Royal Oak • SMUS • Salt Spring Island • Shoreline • Spectrum • Spencer • Stelly’s • Vic High • Victor-Brodeur

NILTU,O • BC Ombudsperson • Camosun College • Camosun Peers • CMHA • City of Victoria Youth Council • CUPE • Family Smart • Foundry • Integrated Mobile Crisis Response Team • Pacific Centre Family Services (YouthTalk) • Songhees First Nation • SPLAT • Stigma Free Society • The White Hatter • Threshold Housing • Tsartlip First Nation • UVSS • University of Victoria • Victoria Native Friendship Center