Resource Directory

Open 24/7 365. Welcoming youth who are homeless.
  • Addictions counselling
  • Gateway alternate education
  • Housing support
  • Outreach
  • Transitions to independence
  • Voluntary safe care
  • Street youth job action
  • Youth advisory committee

1138 Burrard St., Vancouver, BC 
Please use the form on our link's website to contact us by email.

Phone-number: 604-633-1472 or 1-866-249-6884



Provides services for youth ages 13 to 19 who are experiencing difficulties related to their own or someone else’s alcohol or drug use. Services include assessment, treatment, individual and family counselling, education, early intervention and prevention initiatives, and referral to supported residential services, withdrawal management services, and other community resources. Open referral.

Oceanside Public Health Services
494 Bay Avenue
Parksville, BC V9P 2G5

Services to youth ages 13-18. A wide variety of recreational activities, socialization, including family support are available through the FRA Youth Centre, PLUS ONE.

We have offices in both Parksville and Qualicum Beach:
198 Morison Avenue, Parksville, B.C. 
181 Sunningdale Road W., Qualicum Beach, BC, V9K 1K7
Contact: 250-752-6766 

EFry was created on the belief that every person has the potential to become a contributing member of society. Our goal is to support criminalized and marginalized women, girls and children in achieving that potential.

402 E. Columbia Street, New Westminster, B.C., Canada V3L 3X1
Contact: 604-520-1166 and

  • The connect project
  • Youth detox
  • Safe house
  • Addictions counselling
  • Transitions to independence
  • Onyx voluntary safe care
  • and so forth...

Main office:

201 – 1638 E Broadway
Vancouver BC V5N 1W1
Phone: 604-731-4951
Fax: 604-733-7009

FBCYICN is a youth-driven, provincial, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of young people in and from government care in BC, between the ages of 14 and 24.

They provide programs and services that help young people come together, get individual support, link with learning opportunities, and unite their voice to create positive change in the system.

625 Agnes Street, Suite 500, New Westminster, BC

Contact: 604.527.7762
Toll-free: 1.800.565.8055

Awards two bursaries (Education Achievement bursary and Reach for Success bursary) to current and former youth in care pursuing education or skill-building oppourtunites. 

Provide further understanding of adoption issues through individual peer support, resource library, referrals to professionals and other service groups, and more.

102 1860 East Southmere Crescent, Surrey, B.C., V4A 6Y7
Contact: 604-828-9577 and

Runs weekly drop-in centres in the Fraser Valley that connect LGBTQ+ youth and young adults ages 13 to 25 and their allies to a healthy and vibrant queer community. Provides opportunities for personal growth and leadership development through workshops and group discussions on topics such as sexual and gender identity, body positivity, safe spaces, community engagement, and healthy relationships.

Drop-in Centres
Abbotsford: 6 pm to 9 pm Thursdays (Room A102-Abbotsford Collegiate, 33355 Bevan Avenue)
Chilliwack: 6 pm to 9 pm Tuesdays (Fraser House Society, 33063 4th Avenue)
Mission: 6 pm to 9 pm Wednesdays (Neighbourhood Learning Centre, 46363 Yale Road)
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Assistance to low income families
  • Employment resource centre
  • Programs for adults with a developmental disorder
  • Programs for adults with mental health issues
  • Counselling
  • Emergency shelters
  • Housing support

330 - 550 6th St., New Westminster, BC, V3L 3B7
Contact: 604-522-3722 or

  • B.A.S.E. – building a safer environment
  • Youth skills volunteer development
  • Scholarship & bursary
  • Pre-teen program

2131 Renfrew Street, Vancouver, B.C., V5M 4M5
Contact: 604-251-1225

Youth Services Coordinator: 604-251-1225 or

  • Meal centre
  • Emergency shelter
  • Family services
  • Transitional & opportunity program
  • Culinary arts school
  • Extreme weather response
  • Chaplaincy
  • The corps
  • SalMart

5787 Langley Bypass, Langley, B.C., V3A 0A9
Contact: Main Reception - 604.514.7375, Emergency Shelter Inquiries - 604.514.7375

Youth of any gender, ages 14 to 19, explore and transform gender dynamics and challenge gender-based inequalities. Through a ten-week series of workshops, youth create interactive theatre pieces, based on their lived experiences, to share with the community. Participants receive high school drama credits and an honorarium.


Empowerment groups for girls ages 11 to 18. Discussions include healthy relationships, violence prevention, bullying, media literacy, healthy body image, mental health, and self-care.

625 England Avenue
Courtenay, BC V9N 2N5

Provides in-home support, respite care, parenting programs, social work, and other services pertaining to youth and children in Gitxsan communities, including those who witness family violence.

4215 Government Street
Hazelton, BC
  • Addictions rehabilitation
  • Meal programs
  • Shelters
  • Transitional housing
  • Community & family services
  • Services for women and children suffering from domestic abuse
  • Legal services

596 East Hastings St. in downtown East Vancouver

Phone: 778-329-0674

General information:


Services include addiction counselling and prevention programs, a youth mentorship program, parent-teen mediation, foster parent training program, and volunteer opportunities.

205-14727 108th Avenue
Surrey, BC V3R 1V9
  • Individual and family counselling
  • Youth services
  • Parent/teen mediation
  • Parent education
  • Family support services
  • Residential care for youth

233 West 15th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  V5Y 1Y1
Contact: 604-876-9276

  • Individual and family counselling
  • Youth services
  • Parent/teen mediation
  • Parent education
  • Family support services
  • Residential care for youth

Head Office 
104 - 267 West Esplanade, West Vancouver, BC V7M 1A5
Contact: 604-987-8211

Surrey Office

300 - 10524 King George Blvd., Surrey, BC V3T 2X2

Phone: 604-496-7997

Provides support services and culturally relevant programs to the Aboriginal community in Houston, including for youth, adults, elders, and families.

3383 11th Street
Houston, BC V0J 1Z0