Resource Directory

  • AFCP – aboriginal friendship centre program
  • First citizens fund – student bursaries
  • PAYC – provincial aboriginal youth council
  • CCAY – cultural connections for aboriginal youth

551 Chatham St, Victoria, BC, V8W 1E6 

Our services include providing counseling, disability education and access to parent-to-parent support networks, community services, and resources.

2805 Kingsway, Vancouver, B.C., V5R 5H9
Contact: 604-451-5511

BC Children's Hospital provides expert care for the province's most seriously ill or injured children. Many of the specialized pediatric services are not available anywhere else in the province.

4480 Oak Street, Vancouver, B.C., V6H 3V4
Contact: 604-875-2345

BC Teen Challenge is a one-year residential program where drug addicts, alcoholics, victims of abuse, dysfunctional families, and people dealing with other life-controlling problems are given a second chance at life.

Head Office: c/o PO Box 2095, Abbotsford, BC V2T 3X8 
Please use the form on our website to contact us by email.
Contact: 604-575-3930 or 1-888-575-3930

Provides education funding, bursaries and medical dental support for children and youth.

131 Eighth Street
New Westminster, BC V3M 3P6
Contact: 604-544-1110

BC Teen Challenge is a one-year residential program where drug addicts, alcoholics, victims of abuse, dysfunctional families, and people dealing with other life-controlling problems are given a second chance at life.

4166 Eckert Street, Yarrow farming community
Contact: 604-823-0133 or 1-866-866-0701

  • Individual and group counselling
  • Goal setting
  • Vision boards
  • Communication and conflict resolution
  • Anger management
  • Self-care
  • Addiction education and relapse prevention strategies
  • Nutrition and sleep hygiene
  • Safety plans
  • Recreational activities and outings

The Salvation Army, Beacon of Hope House, 525 Johnston St., Victoria BC V8W 1M2
Contact: 250-381-9474 or 250-381-9474

  • Breaking the cycle program
  • Counselling & referral services
  • Education & skills development
  • Pro Bono legal services
  • Recreational & social activities
  • Personal development plan program

555 Homer St., Vancouver, BC V6B 1K8
Contact: 604-681-3405 or


Provides customized educational workshops for youth on topics including sex and sexuality, birth control, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), sexual decision-making, pregnancy, and bodies. Offers a confidential texting resource line for youth to ask questions about sexual health and learn about available resources; available from 3 pm to 5 pm Monday to Thursday.

Provide youth with programs and services including social and recreation, health and nutrition, after-school and summer programs, community education and awareness, many more.

51 - 4th Avenue, Williams Lake, B.C., V2G 1J5 
Contact: 250-392-5730

Our programs include a diverse mix of recreation, play, intentional learning, skill development and positive relationship building.

301-1195 Esquimalt Road, Victoria, BC V9A 3N6

Summer camp, low-cost recreational programs, alcohol and drug abuse counselling, after-school drop in programs and parent support are just a few of the programs provided on seasonal and daily basis to over 6,000 youth and families by core staff and over 1,200 volunteers.

2875 St. George Street, Vancouver, B.C.,V5T 3R8
E-mail:  OR for camp potlach enquiries please e-mail:
Contact: 604-879-6554

Integrated centre for at-risk youth ages 12 to 24 and their families. Offers counselling, support services, and life skills education. Also operates a walk-in health clinic, and provides information and referral to city-wide youth programs.

Brittania Community Centre 1661 Napier Street, Vancouver, B.C., V5L 4X4
Contact: 604-718-5828 or 604-718-5826

This program offered by BCIT covers up to $5,000 for students in/from care towards their first certificate or diploma at BCIT.

  • connect directly with a support worker,
  • get a hot meal,
  • access computers,
  • Increase community connections, and
  • get involved in a range of activities

2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC
Phone: 604-709-5720

Burnaby Neighborhood House offers support services for individuals and families, supplies resources for people new to the area, and programs for youth. 

  • Student training: BNH offers students job training experience for students who want to gain work experience. This includes students who are attending college or university, high school students, as well as general volunteer oppourtunities. 
  • Youth Leadership: BNH offers 3 levels of leadership, each with a different community focus.

4460 Beresford Street., Burnaby, BC V5H 0B8


The Burnaby Youth Hub is a safe, inclusive space where youth can access a variety of resources, programs, and services for their personal health, development, and well-being.

4750 Imperial Street, Burnaby, BC V5J 1C2

Phone: 604-569-0951

Provides free mentoring, coaching, in-person and online workshops and training for youth ages 15 to 29 to build a business. Youth learn about networking, website design, business operations and planning, and market research. Youth must be unemployed or working less than 20 hours, not eligible for Employment Insurance (EI), not in school full-time or in high school, and reside in the area.

202-155 Skinner Street
Nanaimo, BC V9R 5E8