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Services

  • Richmond Community Mental Health and Substance Use - Central Intake

  • Child & Youth Mental Health Intake ages 6 to 18

  • Adults 19+ Mental Health Intake Services

  • Acute Home-Based Treatment (AHBT)

  • Adult Mental Health Teams

  • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Teams

  • Child & Youth Urgent Response Mental Health Services

  • Cognitive Assessment and Rehabilitation for Substance Use program (CARSU)

  • Drug & Alcohol Resource Teams

  • Early Childhood Mental Health Services

  • Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Programs

  • Eating Disorders Program

  • Geriatric Assessment Program (GAP)

  • Harm Reduction Supplies & Needle Distribution Sites

  • Older Adult Mental Health Programs

  • Psychiatric Inpatient Services

  • Rapid Access Consult Clinic (RACC)

  • Richmond Family Access Support Team (RFAST)

  • Transitions Program

  • Youth & Young Adult Drop-In Mental Health Counselling

Looking for mental health and substance use support in Richmond? Call the Richmond Central Intake Team

Vancouver Coastal Health has a number of programs and services to support children, youth, adults, and older adults. Provided in both the community as well as at Richmond Hospital, our team is dedicated to supporting you and your loved ones through their journey with mental health.

Substance use support services

More Richmond mental health and substance use resources

    • When your family member comes to hospital for mental health or substance use treatment

      Information for family members, friends and caregivers.

    • Pathways Clubhouse

      Creating an inclusive community through meaningful work and relationships, education, quality housing, and a sense of belonging.

    • Community Mental Wellness Association of Canada

      We strive towards our objective of reducing the social stigma associated with mental illness as part of an early intervention and prevention strategy.

    • Supporting Families

      Aims to support families affected by parental mental health or addiction concerns.

Feedback

If you'd like to share feedback on the one number or any of our services, please email feedbackrichmondmhsu@vch.ca.