Community Mental Health Resources
Crisis Line-For immediate 24/7 support and information and referrals: 250-563-1214 or Toll Free: 1-888-562 1214
Youth Support Line: 250-564-8336
Chat line at www.northernbccrisissuicide.ca
Provincial Suicide Hotline 1-800-SUICIDE or 1-800-784-2334
Northern Health Authority
Youth Community Outpatient Service: 250-649-7660
Eating Disorder Clinic (EDC): 250-565-7479
Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI): 250-649-7660
Children & Youth for mental health. **School Counsellors are available through School District #57**
Intersect Youth and Family Services: 250-562-6639
Native Friendship Centre: Child and Youth Services 250-564-4324
College and University students for mental health.
CNC Counselling: 250-561-5818
UNBC Counselling: 250-960-6369
Individuals who identify as aboriginal or wish to access aboriginal services.
Carrier Sekani (Family Services): 250-562-3591
Central Interior Native Health: 250-564-4422
Native Friendship Centre: 250-564-4324 Services are provided to all regardless of race.
Healing Centre: 250-564-4324 Services are provided to all regardless of race.
When referring individuals wanting to focus on treatment for addictions.
Adult Addictions Day Treatment: 250-565-2387
Detox Assessment Unit: 250-565-2175
Family Support Services available through.
BC Schizophrenia Society: 250-561-8033
Other mental Health resources:
310 Mental Health Support: 310-6789
211 or www.bc211.ca/
a non-profit organization that specializes in providing free information and referral regarding community, government and social services in BC.
Dial 811 to access to health information and resources 24/7
A network of independent counselors and clinics throughout North America who provide compassionate and competent therapy to people everywhere.
Here to Help is a website of the BC Partners for Mental Health and Addictions Information
Bounce Back teaches effective skills to help youth and adults overcome early symptoms of depression, and improve their mental health. Free telephone coaching program that teaches cognitive behaviour therapy.
Parents in Residence are available to provide peer support to all families and caring adults living in BC, with children and youth with mental health challenges.
Information resources, Peer support for parents, youth and children.
an interactive website designed to support youth and young adults in British Columbia to better understand their mental health and learn about steps they can take to improve their well-being.
(the Anxiety Disorders Association of British Columbia) is a non-profit organization which provides self-help, peer reviewed and trusted resources on anxiety.
Their mission is to increase awareness, encourage solutions, foster hope and end the stigma of mental illness. Online wellness check and youth sharing stories.
a national network of young leaders transforming the way we think about mental health.
Confident Parents: Thriving Kids is a family-focused phone-based coaching service effective in reducing mild to moderate behavioural problems and/or Anxiety and promoting healthy child development in children ages 3-12.