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Mental Health Resources

BC Children’s Hospital

Online: www.bcchildrens.ca/Services/ChildYouthMentalHlth/ProgramsAndServices/default.htm

BC Children’s Hospital and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children, agencies of the Provincial Health Services Authority, provide expert care for the province’s most seriously ill or injured children, including newborns and adolescents. Based in Vancouver, BC Children’s and Sunny Hill reach across the province with vital health services that may not be available anywhere else in B.C.


Anxiety BC (formerly Anxiety Disorders Association of BC)

Online: www.anxietybc.com


Kelty Resource Centre

Online: www.bcmhas.ca/keltyresourcecentre

Telephone in Vancouver: (604) 875-2084

Toll free in BC: 1-800-665-1822

Provides information and support for BC children, youth and families on mental health and substance use topics, programs and services in BC, and resources for adults with eating disorders.


BC Mental Health and Addiction Services

Online: www.bcmhas.ca/default.htm

BC Mental Health & Addiction Services is an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority, that provides a diverse range of mental health services to people across BC, including:

  • Specialized tertiary mental health treatment services for adults and children
  • Forensic psychiatric services
  • Research & knowledge exchange
  • Mental health promotion

MCFD Child and Youth Mental Health

Online: www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/mental_health/index.htm

Telephone: (250) 554-5823

Address: #201-905 Southill Street, Kamloops, BC V2B 7Z9

For children and youth who become unable to successfully cope with distressing emotional, social and/or mental experiences.


Child & Youth Mental Health & Addictions Program information page on Child & Youth Medications

Online: www.bcchildrens.ca/Services/ChildYouthMentalHlth/Medication_Information.htm


Child Trauma Academy

Online: www.childtrauma.org

CTA is a not-for-profit organization base in Houston, Texas working to improve the lives of high-risk children through direct service, research and education.


Centre for Studies on Human Stress

Online: www.humanstress.ca


Mind Check

Online: www.mindcheck.ca

British Columbia's teens and young adults now have a resource available where they can check their mental wellbeing and get support for mental health chalengers.