youth group

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Answer questions to find resources and if you are a young adult (18+) take the screening quiz to uncover what mental health and substance use challenges you may be struggling with.



Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre

The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre helps families across the province navigate the mental health system, connect with peer support, and access resources and tools to support well-being.



First Nations Health Authority mental health and wellness supports

The FNHA and other organizations provide culturally safe and trauma-informed cultural, emotional, and mental health services to Indigenous people in BC.



Canadian Mental Health Association

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    • CMHA Arts and Expressive Therapy

      The Art and Expressive Therapy program helps children, ages 6-12, explore their creative selves while nurturing their emotional health.

    • Counselling BC

      Expressive Arts Therapies use digital media or traditional arts and crafts materials to help clients express themselves more effectively.

    • Sandstory Psychology Services

      Sandstory utilizes evidence-based approaches, such as CBT, narrative, & play, to support a wide range of challenges.

    • Vancouver Art Therapy Institute

      Offer both onsite and virtual art therapy sessions in our clinic staffed by students from both of our programs for children over 5, adolescents and adults.

    • Kids Sports Canada

    • Athletics4Kids

    • BC Children’s Hospital OCD Clinic

      Provides provincial specialized consultation for children and youth age 6-18 with complex obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders who have not responded to community treatment resources.

    • International OCD Foundation

      Typical treatment approaches may include Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Exposure-and Response Prevention (“ERP”), and may also include medication prescribed by a Doctor or Pediatrician.

    • Mental Health Literacy

      Provides information, recommended strategies, and a child/youth-friendly video about what it can be like to experience OCD.

    • About Kids Health

      Article that provides information for parents about how best to support their child with OCD symptoms.

    • Anxiety Canada - OCD

      Article that provides information for parents about how best to support their child with OCD symptoms.

    • Book | The OCD Workbook for Kids: Skills to Help Children Manage Obsessive Thoughts and Compulsive Behaviours

    • Book | Breaking Free from OCD for Teens: A CBT guide for Young People and their Families

    • Book | Brain Lock: Free yourself from obsessive-compulsive disorder

    • Book | Understanding OCD: A Guide for Parents and Professionals

    • Girl Guides of Canada

      Girls 5-17 can join and women can volunteer to enjoy camping, travel, educational activities and community service.

    • Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland

      Provide supportive mentoring relationships to youth who may be facing challenges like bullying, isolation, poverty, abuse, social anxiety, low self-esteem, and more.

    • Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver

      Empower children and youth to reach their full potential through mentorship.

    • BeaYOUtiful Foundation

      Offers workshops and other youth programs that promote self-esteem and confidence-building in young girls.

    • KidStart

      Provides 1:1 volunteer mentoring program for children 6 to 12 (may extend) who face challenges at home, school, or community.

    • ArtsUmbrella

      Offer various programs to cultivate young people’s creativity in dance, theatre, art and design.

    • Vancouver Public Library Programs

    • Family Services of Greater Vancouver

      The PEACE Program provides culturally sensitive, trauma-informed and child-centered services for children and youth, aged 3 to 18. Email or call (604) 874-2938 ext. 4141

    • Crime Victim Assistance Program

      Assists victims, immediate family members and some witnesses in coping with the effects of violent crime.

    • PLEA ONYX Program

      No barrier, fast-response service that aims to educate youth ages 13 to 18 about sexual exploitation and how to stay safe. They offer tailored services to fit youth’s strengths, needs, and circumstances.

    • Haven

      Low-barrier access, under 19, and in active addiction.

    • Safehouse

      Emergency resource, max. timeline is a month. Goals are re-assessed weekly.

    • Covenant House

    • Aboriginal Safe House

    • BYRC – Broadway Youth Resource Center

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