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Resources

Mental Health, Anxiety, & Crisis Support Resurces: 

BC211​​

  • BC 211 is a resource search service for Metro Vancouver areas. Resources can be easily located with a postal code search.

Pathways Community Services

  • Pathways is a locally maintained (BC) website that hosts community and health resources.

Fraser Health Crisis Line (Options BC) 

  • You can call the Crisis Line about anything that is causing you concern, worry, or distress. Examples might be suicidal thoughts or feelings,  mental health problems, addiction issues, family violence, abuse, relationship conflicts, loss, or loneliness. 

    • Call: 604.951.8855 | 1.877.820.7444​

    • Service Area: Fraser Region of BC

Jack.org

  • While Jack.org is not a service provider, we know there are times where anyone may need to reach out for support. Click here for additional resources at Jack.org

Kids Help Phone

 

Finding Free Mental Health and Counselling Services

 

Youth in BC​​​​

  • Online crisis service, where you can chat one-on-one with a trained volunteer from the Crisis Centre​​

WalkAlong

  • Supports youth on their journey to mental wellness with information, tools, and resources. The focus is on anxiety and depression. 

Dealing with Depression

  • An online interactive tool for teens who want to build skills to deal with depressed mood.

Youth recommended resources:

These are resources that youth have told us about that they have used and enjoyed.

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Resource Search Directories

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BC 211

BC211 is a non-profit society that connects people in Metro Vancouver to community, health and government resources for help, where and when they need it. Resources can be easily located with a postal code search.

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Pathways BC

Pathways is a locally maintained (BC) website that hosts community and health resources. Resources include access to doctors, maternity, food, housing, mental health, senior services, and more. 

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Connex Ontario

ConnexOntario is an information and referral service, focusing on mental health, addiction and problem gambling services in the province. We are here to support Ontarians via phone, web-chat and email 24/7.

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Jack.org (all of Canada)

We know there are times where anyone may need to reach out for support. Here's a list of both national and provincial resources to check out if you want more information on mental health and/or illnesses, to find a support resource in your community, or to talk to someone for any reason. 

Youth-Specific Resources

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Kids Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7, national support service. We offer professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French.

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Dealing with Depression

An online interactive tool for teens who want to build skills to deal with depressed mood.

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Youth in BC

It’s for youth who need a safe, respectful place to access support and information, or just someone to listen without judgment. By “youth”, we mean 25 and under, but we’ve never turned anybody away based on their age.

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Here2Talk (BC)

Here2Talk connects students with mental health support when they need it. Through this program, all students – domestic or international – currently registered in a B.C. post-secondary institution have access to free, confidential counselling and community referral services, conveniently available 24/7 via app, phone and web.

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Walk Along

Supports youth on their journey to mental wellness with information, tools, and resources. The focus is on anxiety and depression. 

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Foundry Virtual BC

Young people aged 12-24 and their caregivers can use the app to drop-in or schedule a virtual counselling appointment, find peer support, join a youth group or caregiver group or browse our library of tools and resources.

Mental Health Resources - All Ages

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Here to help (BC)

Explore strategies to help you take care of your mental health and use substances in healthier ways, find the information you need to manage mental health and substance use problems, and learn how you can support a loved one.

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