Resources For Youth

Clinical therapy for youth and their families, addressing parent/teen conflict, relationship challenges, self-esteem, childhood trauma, etc.

The CYMH team works closely with other services to provide mental health services to children, youth and their families.

We are a community and we are here to provide a sense of belonging to LGBT2QA people in the Fraser Valley.

The Chilliwack CYC represents a variety of community groups, governmental and nongovernmental.

An interactive website that includes information on common problems related to anxiety, cognitive behavioral therapy, sleep strategies, tools, stories, videos and resources.

Non-judgmental, youth-friendly, sex-positive services

Youth can talk one-on-one in confidence and anonymously to a support worker. This is a multilingual line.

Offers emotional support and crisis intervention for youth up to 25 years

Prideline staffed by trained volunteers who can provide information, support, and referral to gay, lesbian, transgendered, bisexual, qeer or questioning youth.

The Lesbian Gay Bi Trans Youth Line is a toll-free service provided by youth for youth. Offering support, information and referrals specific to your concerns.

Online chat for LGBTQ support available from noon to 1am

Drop-in group is for youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, two-spirited or questioning.

Resources for Youth & Adults

Family doctors are available to provide all aspects of medical, sexual, and mental health care needs.

Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) program for young people age 13-35.

From Child and Youth and Hospital Care, to supported Housing and Rehabilitation and Recovery… This site offers a huge variety of Resources for youth to adult.

Ensure that child and youth mental health is a priority; that children, youth and their families will feel supported, accepted and empowered; and that they have greater access to services that are respectful and effective

Providing a diverse range of specialized and one-of-a-kind tertiary mental health and substance use services for children, adolescents and adults across the province.

Telephone coaching for BCHL players experiencing mild to moderate depression, with or without anxiety.

CAPS provides effective and coordinated alcohol and drug prevention, intervention, and treatment services for youth 13-24.

Self-help resources and personal stories on mental health and substance use.

8-1-1 is a free-of-charge provincial health information and advice phone line available in British Columbia.

A provincial resource centre that provides mental health and substance use information, resources, and peer support.

Promotes the mental health of British Columbians and support the resilience and recovery of people experiencing mental illness and their families through the provision of a wide range of innovative services.

Provides information and referral to education, prevention and treatment services, and regulatory agencies.

Self register online to be added to the waitlist and you will be contacted when there is capacity. This service is only available for current residents of Chilliwack, Agassiz, and Hope, who do not already have a family doctor. Residents without internet access can call 604-795-0034 for registration assistance.

A BC website focused on prevention and early intervention of mental health challenges in youth. Contains information, quizzes and resources.

A series of 5 short videos focused on a variety of topics centered on “Making Resilience Happen Thru Youth-Adult Partnership”. Watch them here.

This project aims to disseminate human rights information that is accurate, accessible, and relevant to the safety and well-being of trans and gender-diverse individuals and their supportive allies across British Columbia.

Referrals to lawyers, shelters, and other resources; free counselling, social and support groups, and LGBTQ-inclusion workshops.

Non-profit dedicated to the well-being of transgender people, offering a hotline for transgender people staffed by transgender people. Volunteers respond to community members’ support needs.

For gender creative children, youth and adults looking for gender affirming services and peer and community supports.

Information and referrals on gender-affirming care and supports

Drop-in support for families struggling to come to terms with LGBT issues

All ages, families, partners peer led support group.

For ages 12–18, facilitated by a counsellor.

Support group in Vancouver pre and post surgery.

Resources for Adults

Offering intake and assessment, psychosocial educational groups, case management, collaborative treatment, relapse prevention support and referrals.

Individuals who have concerns about themselves or on behalf of someone else can call their EPI program directly.

The program provides withdrawal management services in clients’ homes, including assessment, medical and nursing care, counselling, and preparation for treatment programs.

Dedicated to providing the highest standard of professional counselling, consulting, assessment, testing and training services. Fee for service therapy.

CAMH combines clinical care, research, education, policy development and health promotion to help transform the lives of people affected by mental health and addiction issues.

Website allows you to search for private psychologist based on gender, location, language, area of expertise.