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Addiction Counselling and Detox Services

Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia

Provides outpatient individual, youth, family and group counselling to help Indigenous people achieve a healthier and satisfying life free from alcohol and drug use. Services include crisis intervention counselling, follow-up and after-care treatment, wellness plans, and referrals to detox or treatment centres, education and or employment programs, and life-skills training.

520 Richards Street, Vancouver, BC

Counselling Support Services

Salal Sexual Violence Support Centre Society

Offers group support and one-to-one counselling to cisgender, trans women, two-spirit, trans and or non-binary people who have experienced sexual assault. The program also offers individual counselling to Indigenous people of marginalized genders, using a holistic approach and traditional teachings. Counsellors help support survivors to cope with the impacts of violence ranging from anger and grief to issues surrounding sexuality, intimacy, and trust.

Available B.C. wide

Gambling Counselling and Support

Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General

Offers free counselling and support services for anyone in BC struggling with their own or a loved one's gambling. Support options include individual and group counselling, day-treatment and community outreach support.

Online information is also available including a self-assessment tool, information for family and friends, web links, and resources.

To access services, see the Meet the Support Team web page to find a service provider suited to your needs, request support online using an online intake form, or call the 24-hour Gambling Support Line.

Therapeutic Counselling

Dan's Legacy Foundation

Offers therapeutic counselling and life-skills support services to youth who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and substance use issues resulting from childhood trauma and abuse. Family counselling is also available.

First Nations Health Authority Virtual Mental Health and Cultural Supports

Virtual counselling services, support programs, and treatment and healing centres available to Indigenous people across B.C.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Counselling

Salal Sexual Violence Support Centre Society

Provides telephone, one-to-one, group and family counselling for self-identified family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW). The program also offers traditional healing ceremonies, and is inclusive of all genders, races, and age groups.

Youth Counselling and Family Support

Day One Society

Provides counselling to young people between 12 - 25 years of age through the Youth Addictions Outreach Worker. Includes screening, assessment, ongoing treatment counselling and/or referrals to detox, and residential treatment resources. Additional services provided to the community include parent support, interactive school presentations and rapid response to school based incidents involving alcohol and other drugs and community consultations. Serves the Kamloops and Merritt communities.

Concurrent Disorders Program for Youth

Fraser Health Authority

Provides assessments, case planning, counselling, referrals and information to youth in the Fraser Health region who are experiencing both substance use and mental health issues.

Available B.C. wide

Heartwood Centre For Women

BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre

Offers a residential treatment program for women and transgendered women with substance dependence, mental health concerns, and primary health-care needs. Treatment may include counselling, skill development, wellness, nutrition groups, chronic pain management, and group programs to address trauma, substance dependency, mental and physical health issues.

4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Counselling

Indian Residential School Survivors Society

Provides individual, family and group counselling, circles and crisis support to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with intergenerational traumas.

The counselling team supports emotional, mental, and spiritual development, along with healing and recovery, through culturally-based values and guiding principles.

413 W Esplanade, North Vancouver, BC

Showing 1 - 10 of 322 Resources
Available B.C. wide

Addiction Counselling and Detox Services

Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia

Provides outpatient individual, youth, family and group counselling to help Indigenous people achieve a healthier and satisfying life free from alcohol and drug use. Services include crisis intervention counselling, follow-up and after-care treatment, wellness plans, and referrals to detox or treatment centres, education and or employment programs, and life-skills training.

520 Richards Street, Vancouver, BC

Counselling Support Services

Salal Sexual Violence Support Centre Society

Offers group support and one-to-one counselling to cisgender, trans women, two-spirit, trans and or non-binary people who have experienced sexual assault. The program also offers individual counselling to Indigenous people of marginalized genders, using a holistic approach and traditional teachings. Counsellors help support survivors to cope with the impacts of violence ranging from anger and grief to issues surrounding sexuality, intimacy, and trust.

Available B.C. wide

Gambling Counselling and Support

Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General

Offers free counselling and support services for anyone in BC struggling with their own or a loved one's gambling. Support options include individual and group counselling, day-treatment and community outreach support.

Online information is also available including a self-assessment tool, information for family and friends, web links, and resources.

To access services, see the Meet the Support Team web page to find a service provider suited to your needs, request support online using an online intake form, or call the 24-hour Gambling Support Line.

Therapeutic Counselling

Dan's Legacy Foundation

Offers therapeutic counselling and life-skills support services to youth who are experiencing anxiety, depression, and substance use issues resulting from childhood trauma and abuse. Family counselling is also available.

First Nations Health Authority Virtual Mental Health and Cultural Supports

Virtual counselling services, support programs, and treatment and healing centres available to Indigenous people across B.C.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Counselling

Salal Sexual Violence Support Centre Society

Provides telephone, one-to-one, group and family counselling for self-identified family members of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW). The program also offers traditional healing ceremonies, and is inclusive of all genders, races, and age groups.

Youth Counselling and Family Support

Day One Society

Provides counselling to young people between 12 - 25 years of age through the Youth Addictions Outreach Worker. Includes screening, assessment, ongoing treatment counselling and/or referrals to detox, and residential treatment resources. Additional services provided to the community include parent support, interactive school presentations and rapid response to school based incidents involving alcohol and other drugs and community consultations. Serves the Kamloops and Merritt communities.

Concurrent Disorders Program for Youth

Fraser Health Authority

Provides assessments, case planning, counselling, referrals and information to youth in the Fraser Health region who are experiencing both substance use and mental health issues.

Available B.C. wide

Heartwood Centre For Women

BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre

Offers a residential treatment program for women and transgendered women with substance dependence, mental health concerns, and primary health-care needs. Treatment may include counselling, skill development, wellness, nutrition groups, chronic pain management, and group programs to address trauma, substance dependency, mental and physical health issues.

4500 Oak Street, Vancouver, BC

Available B.C. wide

Counselling

Indian Residential School Survivors Society

Provides individual, family and group counselling, circles and crisis support to Residential School Survivors, their families, and those dealing with intergenerational traumas.

The counselling team supports emotional, mental, and spiritual development, along with healing and recovery, through culturally-based values and guiding principles.

413 W Esplanade, North Vancouver, BC

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