Anxiety Disorders Association of British Columbia

AnxietyBC™ works with experts to increase awareness, promote education and improve access to current, evidence based resources on anxiety. We have many free of charge, self-help, downloadable resources to support management of anxiety for youth and young adults, adults, new mothers, and children. At the current time, we do not have mental health professionals on … Continued

CYMH Family Treatment Program

Referrals through MCFD/CYMH offices. Provides a comprehensive program to reduce the risk to youth and build the capacity of their families, by supporting them to reduce or overcome the negative effects and impact of a serious mental health disorder. The primary focus of the in-home services is to develop the resiliency and capacity of the … Continued

Interior Health Eating Disorder Clinician

A program of Interior Health Authority Referrals are done through MCFD/CYMH offices. The Eating Disorder Clinician and Nutritionist will work closely with the Primary Care Physician, psychiatrist, child and youth mental health program team and the IH adult mental health program team and other allied professionals to provide consultation, therapy, education and case management to … Continued

Mike and Vicki

An interactive story about drugs, alcohol and making choices you can live with.

Mind Your Mind

mindyourmind is a space for youth and young adults (14-24) to find support when going through tough times. mindyourmind is an award-winning, non-profit mental health program that engages youth, emerging adults and the professionals who serve them to co-develop reliable and relevant resources. These resources are designed to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and … Continued

Okanagan Boys and Girls Clubs – Sexual Abuse Intervention Program

Serves Oliver and Osoyoos Children and youth may self-refer for sexual abuse intervention services or be referred by a third party or agency. The overall goal of community-based SAIP is to provide a range of appropriate, timely and accessible assessment, treatment and/or support services to children and youth under the age of 19 who have … Continued

Open Mind BC Mental Health Tools & Resources

Mental Health Tools and Resources – the transition between youth and adulthood can be overwhelming for those who may face new expeirences, challenges and pressures. represents a valuable resource for physicians, parents, teachers and youth to learn more about the support services that are available in British Columbia and across Canada

OSNS Child Development Centre

OSNS supports your child’s development in the following areas: Communication Prior to Talking – Eye contact, pointing and using gestures, early babbling Understanding – Following directions, responding to questions Talking – Using words, combining words, saying sounds clearly Eating – Gagging or choking, difficulty starting solids, picky eating Sensory Concerns – Sensitivity to sounds/tastes/touch Referrals … Continued


Pathways offers an adult out-patient therapy service that provides individual and group counselling to those who have direct substance abuse issues or are substance affected/co-dependent. Self and professional referrals are accepted. There is no fee for service. Additional Resources inclued: Prevention projects with schools and community groups, Youth Outreach and Youth Addiction Services (assessment, treatment, … Continued

Pathways Abilities Society

Pathways helps those with developemtal disabilities gain greater independence through encouragement, education and employment. They provide activity services, integrated career opportunities, social ventures, individualized funding, residential and home share services, social recreation services, life skills, travel club etc