Resources

Detox Services

Creekside Detox Management (Fraser Health)
Provides withdrawal management services, which include assessment, counselling, medical and nursing care, and preparation for rehabilitative programs. Also offers Daytox, a medically monitored, group-based day program providing withdrawal management for individuals who do not require intensive residential withdrawal management. Services available for people age 14 and over.
(604) 587-3755
fraserhealth.ca

Family Services of Greater Vancouver (FSGV) Youth Detox
Community-based detox service for youth aged under 21
Intake line: 1-866-658-1221 (9 am – 7:45 pm daily)
After hours intake: 1-877-872-4349z
fsgv.ca

Youth Addictions Counsellors

Free, confidential and non-judgmental drug and alcohol counselling for youth aged 13-24 and their families. Contact your nearest Community Health Centre (CHC) Addictions Team:

NEXUS (Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver)
Substance Abuse Counselling and Outreach Program for youth aged 12-24
550 Cambie Street
(604) 660-5216

Odyssey II (Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver)
Substance Abuse Counselling Program for youth aged 12–24 and their families
(604) 879-8853

Urban Native Youth Association (UNYA)
Outreach, counselling, drop-in, school support, prevention services and more
1618 East Hastings Street
(604) 254-7732
unya.bc.ca

Watari
Outreach, counselling services, and more
(604) 254-6995

Richmond Addiction Services
Outpatient and outreach counselling, including assessment and referral services for youth and families
(604) 278-4156
richmondaddictions.ca

Interior Health Addiction Services
interiorhealth.ca

Vancouver Island Youth and Family Addiction Services
islandhealth.ca

Support Recovery

VYSRP-Sequoia and Alder House

The homes provide a temporary (up to six months) post-detox, residential, substance-free setting for youth and young adults 16-24. Transitional services are provided in a community setting and may include dedicated stabilization beds and/or transition beds. Transition supports are provided to individuals who may be transitioning into or out of a residential or withdrawal management bed.  604-681-1894

Self-Help Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous (604) 434-3933
Narcotics Anonymous (604) 873-1018
Alateen & Al-Anon (604) 688-1716

School Resources

Non-Residential Treatment

DEWY Program
Assists youth ages 13 through 18 who are working to overcome substance use issues. The goal of the program is to help youth reduce or abstain from substance use through intensive group counselling and activities.

VCH Youth Day Treatment Program

Residential Treatment

Last Door Youth Program (male only)
New Westminster, BC
(604) 520-3587
lastdoor.org

The Daughters & Sisters Program
For young women ages 12 –18 on probation
Surrey, BC
(604) 543-1892
plea.ca

Waypoint
For young men ages 12 – 18 on probation only
Surrey, BC
(604) 585-9195
plea.ca

Osprey Program
For youth ages 13 – 18 on probation only
Kamloops, BC
(250) 371-3600
phoenixcentre.org

Nenqayni Wellness Centre
Williams Lake, BC
(250) 989-0301
nenqayni.com

Spirit Bear Center (female)
Abbotsford, BC
(604) 864-0553
spiritbearcenter.com

Ashnola
Keremeos, BC
(604) 829-8658

Netchako
Prince George, BC
(250) 565-2881

Carlile Centreshort term, inpatient centre for youth agesticulates 13-18 struggling with mental health and substance use.
North Vancouver, BC
(604) 984-5004

 

Other Resources

BC211 for help finding community resources in the Lower Mainland. dial 211 on on your phone.

Toward the Heart.  Harm Reduction resources including Naloxone training and overdose prevention information and services.

YouthinBC.com-On line chat crisis support 1-800-784-2433

Alcohol & Drug Info & Referral (24/7)
(604) 660-9382 or 1-800-663-1441

24-Hour Vancouver Crisis Line
1-866-661-3311

Kids Help Phone
1-800-668-6868

AGEDOUT.com
Resource for youth in BC who have or are about to transition out of government care
bcadoption.com/agedout

Federation of BC Youth in Care Networks.  1-800-565-8055

Watari Survival Manual
survivalmanual.org

Alcohol Drug Education Service of BC
canadiandrugrehabcentres.com

Canadian Center on Substance Abuse
ccsa.ca

Justice for Girls
justiceforgirls.org

BYRC.  Youth resource centre.  Employment, health, education, life skill and support with housing.

Federation of BC Youth in Care Networks
Dedicated to the promotion and development of local groups run by and for youth in and from government care
(604) 527-7762 or 1-800-565-8055
fbcyicn.ca

Problem Gambling Help Line
24 hour toll-free 1-888-795-6111

Kelty Resource Centre
Resource Centre is a free, all-inclusive resource centre helping BC children, youth and their families to find the resources in dealing with mental health and substance use issues
(604) 875-2084 or 1-800-665-1822

Onyx.Free, confidential support services for youth aged 13-18 at risk of being sexually exploited. 1-877-411-7532

GLBTQ+ Resources

Trans Care BC
An anonymous and confidential free service for anyone living in BC who has a transgender health questions.
(604) 734-1514 or 1-866-999-1514 (BC only)

BC’s Queer Resource Centre
Prideline, information, referral and peer support
1170 Bute Street
(604) 684-5307 or 1-800-566-1170
qmunity.ca

GAB Youth Services
Gab is a cool place where youths can kick back and talk with friends. It’s also a great place to meet people that have similar questions about sexual orientation or gender identity.
(604) 684-4901

PRISM LGBTQ2S Substance Use Services
vch.ca

Parent Resources

Parents Together (Boys and Girls Club of Greater Vancouver)
Professionally supported, mutual support/self help program for parents of teens aged 12–18
7595 Victoria Drive
(604) 325-0556
parentsforever.ca

Parent Support Services of BC
Promote healthy family relationship by supporting children, parents and others in a parenting role in BC communities
parentsupportbc.ca

PFLAG
Provides support for all family members and friends. Works to create an environment of understanding so our gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered children can live with dignity and respect
pflagvancouver.com

SOLOS
Provides the knowledge and tools for British Columbians to keep our children and youth safe online
safeonlineoutreach.com

F.O.R.C.E. Society
Mandate is to support and empower families and work collaboratively with professionals and systems in understanding and meeting the mental health needs of families
forcesociety.com