Abbotsford Teen Groups
Abuse Counselling and Support Services
Caregiver (Foster Parent) Support Program
Youth Resource Centre Services
105-32885 Ventura Avenue, Abbotsford, B.C., V2S 6A3
Contact: 604-870-4YRC or 604-870-4972
The Centre of Hope in Abbotsford includes drop-in café, meal centre and kitchen, emergency shelter, supportive independent living, daily bread room, foot care clinics, parish nurse, extreme weather shelter, outreach teams, housing support, case workers for advocacy and referrals.
Centre of Hope
34081 Gladys St, Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8
Abbotsford Thrift Store
34081 Gladys St, Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8
The Aboriginal Youth Safehouse is a voluntary and short term residential program for youth of all backgrounds ages of 16-18. The program provides a supportive, non-judgmental setting for youth to work towards making positive change in their lives. Supports provided include:
- Your own room
- Nutritious meals and snacks
- Help finding housing, work, training, school programs, etc.
- LIfe-skills, personal support, advocacy
- Free clothing closet
- Computer, telephone, TVs
- Bus tickets to complete goals
- Connection to Aboriginal culture
- A safe, drug and alcohol free environment
Contact: 604-254-7732, email@example.com
- Family counselling services
- Clinical counselling services
- Sexual health in family treatment (SHIFT)
- Safe choice transition house program
Administration Office: 1034 Austin Avenue, 2nd floor, Coquitlam, BC V3K 3P3
Provides free and confidential counselling to children, youth, adults, seniors, and families who have concerns about their own or another's use of alcohol or drugs. Counselling is also provided to those who grew up in addicted families. Services include screening and assessment, brief intervention, referral to support groups, outreach, and individual, family, and group counselling. Also supports people with gambling issues and internet addictions. Open referral.
Bella Coola, BC V0T 1C0
Do you feel like there are way too many acronyms and abreviations in the world of adoption and foster care? We feel your pain so we made a list of adoption jargon and explained it so that everyone can understand it!
Check out this chart of the adoption process. It explains the process for children and teens as well as for prospective adoptive parents.
Check out AFABC's Speak-Out Youth Group Teen Adoption Poster! This was created by the Speak-Out Youth Group.
Our facilities include, The Food Bank, Community Employment Services, Youth Activity Centre, Family Place, The Thrift Store along with our various programs and counselling services.
P.O. Box 564, 7086 Cheam Ave., Agassiz, B.C., V0M 1A0
Contact: 604-796-0266 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparing to leave foster care can be really exciting and difficult at the same time. This resource contains information on housing, employment, education, personal life, among other things.
Provides advocacy, support, and services to people who have special needs and their families. Supports people with development disabilities to have good lives at work, at home, and in the community.
- Youth C.O.R.E. (community opportunity recreation experience
- Counsellor in training (CIT) program
- Family mediation
- Education and support
- Vine avenue youth wellness drop in
- Youth leadership training
2916 McBride Avenue, Crescent Beach, B.C., V4A 3G2
Contact: 604-535-0015 or 604-538-5060
Provide youth a place to stay during the period of finding them a more stable home to live more permanently.
#2 - 2661 East Hastings, Vancouver, BC, V5K 1Z5
Provides a neighbourhood-based program for youth ages 13 to 18. Provides opportunities for personal growth through social, educational, and recreational programs, and counselling services. Specific programs have fees, but a free drop-in program is also available.
West Vancouver, BC
Living with too much anxiety? Anxiety BC provides resources specifically for youth on how to combat anxiety, relaxation techniques, and developing healthy habits to manage anxiety.
ARC Programs is guided by our mission to provide excellent support, intervention, treatment, and rehabilitative services, to children, youth, and families in communities of the Interior Region of BC. Our programs have been developed to serve youth who have experienced trauma, or have barriers to healthy functioning, or demonstrated significant behaviour difficulties.
513 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna, BC V1Y 6N9
Uses art to provide mental health and psychosocial rehabilitation/recovery to Vancouver and Richmond residents ages 16 and older who have a diagnosed mental health illness. Program mandate is to create an art community to help people with mental health issues explore and develop individual talents and interests in a safe, respectful, and accepting environment. Prospective clients must register for an information session (held twice a month).
Vancouver, BC V5P 1N1
Aunt Leah’s offers four main areas of support services in Metro Vancouver for youth and young moms to help them transition to independent living.
Life Skills Training
Quality of Life Opportunities
Aunt Leah's Urban Thrift features quality "pre-loved" clothing and accessories as well as a variety of furniture and household items.
Urban Thrift: 117 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5T 1W1
Fundraising, Programming and Administration:
New Westminster, BC V3M 5Y6
Tel: (604) 525-1204
Fax: (604) 525-1295
- Addiction services
- Community living services
- Complex developmental & behavioural conditions
- Family based interventions program
- Foster parents support & training program
- Parenting wisely
- Phase II program
- Specialized residential services
- Stopping the violence programs
- Youth justice services
Corporate Office: 321 North 2nd Avenue, Williams Lake, B.C., V2G 2A1
Contact: 250-392-1000 or toll free: 1-877-392-1003