Carlile Youth Concurrent Disorders Centre

The Carlile Youth Concurrent Disorders Centre supports youth 13 ? 18 years of age from the Vancouver Coastal Health region experiencing combined mental health and problematic substance use concerns.  

Clients will have severe functional impairment in 2 or more of the following:
  • School/work, social relationships,
  • Housing, or self-care.
  • Requires a comprehensive assessment and treatment initiation in a secure setting 
  • Community resources exhausted and/or unable to manage in the community 
  • Identified community case manager as per local determination

We focus on helping youth as they manage their substance use and mental health concerns by providing: 
  • A holistic approach to health from a multidisciplinary team
  • Diagnostic clarification and medication management
  • Medically managed detox
  • A safe and welcoming environment
  • Ways to build coping skills
  • Opportunities to create positive connections and skills through a range of therapeutic approaches
  • Connection with support systems (families, friends, community etc.)  
  • Discharge planning to provide sustainable support for youth

HOpe centre

1337 St Andrews Avenue
3rd floor
North Vancouver, BC
V7L 3L4
Phone: (604) 984-5004
Fax: (604) 984-3793

Referral

Access to the Carlile Youth Concurrent Disorders Centre is by referral only and through your local Mental Health and/or Substance Use team.  

Download the Carlile Youth Referral form. Once this is complete please fax to Central Addictions and Intake Team (CAIT) at (604) 681-1894

For questions regarding the referral process please contact your local mental health and substance use team or CAIT at (604) 675-2455 extension 22501 

Parking & transportation

Paid parking is available underground at the HOpe Centre. There is also two-hour street parking located close to the HOpe Centre. 

Eligibility

?This service is for clients:

  • Age 13- 18 years 

  • Resident of Vancouver Coastal Health region 

  • Severe Mental Health Symptoms 

  • Current severe problematic substance use 

  • Severe functional impairment in 2 or more of the following: school/work, social relationships, housing, or self-care. 

  • Requires a comprehensive assessment and treatment initiation in a secure setting 

  • Community resources exhausted and/or unable to manage in the community 

  • Identified community case manager as per local determination