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Foundry Stress Self-Check

Free, stress self-check tool that can help young people identify experiences related to stress.

Child and Youth with Support Needs Services

Services for families of children and teens who have support needs.

Mind Map BC

Find LGBTQ2+ services and resources you can trust.

The Good Samaritan Act

Protection from being charged for simple possession at the scene of an overdose.

South Asian Mental Health Alliance

SAMHAA is a non-profit community network engaging, educating and mobilizing the BC South Asian community around issues related to mental health.

SAVE ME Steps – Responding to an Overdose

Learn the steps to respond to an overdose, you could save someone's life.

Urgent and Primary Care Centres

Urgent and Primary Care Centres (UPCCs) provide access to same-day, urgent, non-emergency health care.

Family Support Services

Fraser Health Authority

Provides support to families of individuals with mental health and or substance use issues. Programs include in-person learning and information sessions, respite services, and parent support group.

Child and Youth Mental Health

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council

Provides a child and youth mental health consultant to work with youth, families and communities in providing a health assessment, create a treatment plan, and to increase protective factors, reduce risk factors, and build capacity to support the mental health of children and youth using cultural and holistic approaches. Also provides referrals to other mental health services within the community.

SACY - Youth Substance Use Prevention Initiative

Vancouver Coastal Health

Provides substance use prevention and early intervention programs for school-aged youth and families to prevent substance use, delay substance use and reduce substance use related problems.

The program works to strengthen youth's connection to school, family and community, encourage open honest discussion on issues related to drugs and alcohol, promote positive youth development, and to support parents and teachers in maintaining strong relationships with youth.

Showing 1 - 10 of 556 Resources

Foundry Stress Self-Check

Free, stress self-check tool that can help young people identify experiences related to stress.

Child and Youth with Support Needs Services

Services for families of children and teens who have support needs.

Mind Map BC

Find LGBTQ2+ services and resources you can trust.

The Good Samaritan Act

Protection from being charged for simple possession at the scene of an overdose.

South Asian Mental Health Alliance

SAMHAA is a non-profit community network engaging, educating and mobilizing the BC South Asian community around issues related to mental health.

SAVE ME Steps – Responding to an Overdose

Learn the steps to respond to an overdose, you could save someone's life.

Urgent and Primary Care Centres

Urgent and Primary Care Centres (UPCCs) provide access to same-day, urgent, non-emergency health care.

Family Support Services

Fraser Health Authority

Provides support to families of individuals with mental health and or substance use issues. Programs include in-person learning and information sessions, respite services, and parent support group.

Child and Youth Mental Health

Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council

Provides a child and youth mental health consultant to work with youth, families and communities in providing a health assessment, create a treatment plan, and to increase protective factors, reduce risk factors, and build capacity to support the mental health of children and youth using cultural and holistic approaches. Also provides referrals to other mental health services within the community.

SACY - Youth Substance Use Prevention Initiative

Vancouver Coastal Health

Provides substance use prevention and early intervention programs for school-aged youth and families to prevent substance use, delay substance use and reduce substance use related problems.

The program works to strengthen youth's connection to school, family and community, encourage open honest discussion on issues related to drugs and alcohol, promote positive youth development, and to support parents and teachers in maintaining strong relationships with youth.

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