Resource Directory

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Provides training and tutoring to help children and adults develop reading, writing, spelling, and math skills, using individualized, multisensory approaches. Through a resource centre, distributes information about learning difficulties, promotes awareness, and lends materials to parents and educators.

 
785 Patricia Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2L 4V2
 
250-564-8011

Promotes education, social development, legal rights, and the general well-being of people with learning disabilities and their families. Provides information and referral to community services, and information on learning and development, assessment, and diagnoses. Services for children and youth include one-to-one tutoring, access to learning materials, and summer group tutoring programs.

690 2nd Avenue
Williams Lake, BC V2G 1C4
 
250-398-9149
  • Edmonds youth resource center
  • Food bags, showers, and laundry
  • HIV/AIDS educational support services and resource library
  • Kitchener out of school care
  • Young adult learning center
  • Youth and family caseworkers
  • Youth source and free youth medical clinic


40 Begbie St., New Westminster, B.C., V3M 3L9
Contact: (604) 526-2522

Youth clinics (up to age 24) are free and confidential, and offer counselling and support on all medical, health, sexual, and wellness related issues. No appointment, Care Card (usually) or parental accompaniment required! 

  • Childcare
  • Counselling
  • Early childhood education
  • Supporting families


11907 - 228th St., Maple Ridge, B.C., V2X 8G8
Contact: 604-467-6911

Mercy Ministries of Canada provides hope and healing to desperate young women who are seeking freedom from life-controlling issues such as drug and alcohol addiction, depression, eating disorders, unplanned pregnancy, physical and sexual abuse and self-harm.

19465 16th Avenue, Surrey, B.C., V3S 9V2
Contact: 604-535-1983 or ask@mercycanada.ca

 

Provides financial assistance to support education and training for Metis people age 15 and over who are unemployed, underemployed, self-employed, or whose work environment is subject to change. Provides financial assistance to pursue training that is employable, builds transferable skills, and results in a recognized industry credential. To be eligible, individuals must self-identify as Metis or be of historic Metis Nation ancestry, and be accepted by the Metis Nation.

304-4546 Park Avenue
Terrace, BC V8G 1V4
 
250-615-0035

The Youth Worker Program works to assist Youth who are between the ages of 16 and 19 who are referred by the Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) and Métis Family Services.

13639 108th Ave., Surrey, BC V3T 2K4
E-mail:  reception@metisfamilyservices.ca
Contact: 604-584-6621

Milieu Children & Family Services provides emergency housing support and specialized long-term housing for youth and young adults. Milieu also provides services such as youth groups, transition to adult services, life skills, computer skills, and communtiy involvment.
 

Delta Office
11920 88th Ave
Delta, BC
V4C 3C8
E-mail: info@milieu.ca
Contact: 604-582-1811

This website is designed to help youth and young adults in BC check out how they're feeling and connect to mental health resources and support. Support includes education, self-care tools, website links, and assistance to connecting to professional resources.

  • Youth justice services
  • Preventing youth suicide
  • Managing mental health challenges
  • Coping with anxiety
  • Drugs, alcohol and addiction
  • Teen health
  • Domestic violence BC
  • Youth education assistance fund
  • Youth agreement

Visit our website for more!

3rd Floor 2828 Cruickshank Street, V2T 5M4
604-870-5880
 

  • Youth justice services
  • Preventing youth suicide
  • Managing mental health challenges
  • Coping with anxiety
  • Drugs, alcohol and addiction
  • Teen health
  • Domestic violence BC
  • Youth education assistance fund

Youth agreement

Visit our website for more!

8978 School St., Chilliwack, BC V2P 4L4
604-702-2311
 

  • Youth justice services
  • Preventing youth suicide
  • Managing mental health challenges
  • Coping with anxiety
  • Drugs, alcohol and addiction
  • Teen health
  • Domestic violence BC
  • Youth education assistance fund
  • Youth agreement

Visit our website for more!

Recruitment, Placement, and Contracts/Community Services Manager 300-906 Roderick Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3K 1R1
604-527-1248

Room includes a Chex Dome Hockey, Pro Billiards table, Wii for up to 4 players, table tennis, foosball, home theatre setup with giant 6 foot screen, great sound system & more!

  • Open Tue, Wed & Thu from 3:00 – 9pm, Fridays 3:00 – 10pm & Saturdays 5:00 – 9pm.
  • Wednesdays FREE youth gym: 3:30-5pm, floor hockey, basketball & more!
  • Check us out on facebook.com/MLCyouth.lounge

7650 Grand St., Mission, B.C., V2V 3T3
E-mail: youth@mission.ca
Contact: 604-820-5362

  • Afterschool preteen adventures
  • “CUBU” cultural buddy program


800 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC V5T 1Y1
604-879-8208

The North American Council on Adoptable Children has a great website about teen adoption. Check it out!

 

 

Provides opportunities for youth ages 13 to 30 in the Nanaimo regional district to gain knowledge, life, and employment skills. Offers a variety of free programming to support youth, build self-esteem and confidence, encourage the development of respectful relationships, and foster the safety and stability of at-risk youth.

290 Bastion Street
Nanaimo, BC V9S 3A4
 
250-754-1989

Cicada Place provides 10 supported housing units to youth ages 16-22. Cicada place assists youth in the transition from adolescence to adulthood. The supports provided include:

  • individual and group life skills support
  • bridging to community services
  • connecting to educational programs
  • crisis intervention
  • navigating Ministry services
  • household management support

Contact: 250-352-3504

201 - 518 Lake St., Nelson, BC V1L 4C6

Email: admin@servicesfyi.ca

Offers peer counselling, group activities, special events, advocacy, and information and referral for teens ages 13 to 19.

620 8th Street
New Westminster, BC V3M 3S2
 
604-515-3801

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