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Become a volunteer

Volunteer Pain Support and Wellness Group Facilitator

As a Pain Support and Wellness Group volunteer, you can be directly involved in building a community of support for other people living with persistent pain.

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Coaching For Health Volunteer

Do you want to contribute to making a significant impact on the health outcomes of individuals and their families? As a Coaching volunteer, you'll empower people in pain to make positive changes in their lives.

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Work at Pain BC

Clinical Counsellor

The primary purpose of the Clinical Counsellor role is to ensure the continuous improvement and delivery of all services pertaining to Pain BC’s Coaching for Health program.

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Instructional Designer

The Instructional Designer is responsible for the design of Pain BC’s educational programs for health care providers, people living with pain, and our volunteer community. Education programs and resources may be local, community-based collaborations, national or province-wide in scope, with multiple and diverse stakeholders.

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Become an educational contributor

Become a Pain BC educational contributor and share your expertise with those interested in learning more about chronic pain.


Take action on chronic pain!

This is a crucial time for us to mobilize and raise our voices about chronic pain. We want to ensure the treatment, support, and services are put in place to relieve this burden, but this can’t be done without the proper funding and government support. You can help too!

Make a donation

Your support can help us improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of British Columbians living with pain. Please help us to transform the way pain is understood and treated in our province.

Join the Pain BC Research Network

Are you a scientist, clinician, scholar, or community partner who shares our commitment to advancing understanding of pain and developing strategic interventions, care systems and policies through collaborative innovation? Join the BC Pain Research Network so we can work together to improve health outcomes for people living with pain.