If you or someone you know needs support or has an issue to discuss, contact any of the following resources. These support services for youth are free, anonymous, confidential and available 24/7 by phone and online (including live chat):
Youth outreach workers provide individual and small group support, resources and referrals and a priority response for youth experiencing difficulties or who wish to improve their overall well-being. A youth outreach worker can support youth and their caregivers through challenging issues, such as relationship conflicts, difficulties with school, substance misuse and/or concerns of violence.
Make a Referral
Complete the form:
Alison Gelz, Youth Services & Community Recreation Manager
You are not alone. Pathways Serious Mental Illness Society offers programs to anyone in the Lower Mainland and the Sea to Sky, with help over the phone to others who call regardless of where they live. The Family Support Centre provides personal support and information on major mental illnesses — schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, borderline personality disorder, concurrent disorders, and anxiety disorders.