Links

Resources for Parents and Famlies

Interior Health – List of services available to the South Cariboo at the 100 Mile District General Hospital
Healthy Families BC – Nutrition and Wellness
Cedar Crest Society – Community Living, Infant Development, and Supported Child Development
Pacific Post Partum Support Society – Supports for mothers and their newborn children
MyLawBC – A website to help guide families through common legal problems surrounding family law and personal planning
Justice Education Society – Help with legal issues dealing with many aspects of law

 

Crisis Supports

KidsHelpPhone.ca – A website supporting the toll-free kids help phone line, 1-800-668-6868, full of information and resources for children and teens.
VictimLinkBC – VictimLinkBC is a toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service providing information and referral services to all victims of crime and immediate crisis support to victims of family and sexual violence
YouthInBC.com – Crisis support chat for teens from noon til 1 AM for BC and Yukon. Someone is there to help when you don’t know who to talk to
CrisisCentreChat.ca – Crisis support chat for Adults from noon til 1 AM for BC and Yukon. Like with YouthInBC, someone is there to help when you don’t know who to talk to
Blue Wave – A website full of resources for youth provided by the Blue Wave Foundation, a registered charity making a difference in the lives of youth struggling with depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, and/or mental health issues

 

Mental Health and Wellness Resources

Here to Help – Support portal for mental health and substance abuse
Kelty Mental Health – BC’s Mental Heath Information Source for Children, Youth & Families
AnxietyBC – Resources for dealing with anxiety, including the MindShift app for Android and iOS devices
Mindcheck.ca – A website designed to help youth and young adults in British Columbia check out how they’re feeling and quickly connect to mental health resources and support.
Mindyourmind – An award-winning, non-profit mental health program that engages youth, and emerging adults with a focus on co-developing reliable and relevant resources with professionals.


Revised July 2016.