Child and Family

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START

Short Term Assessment, Response and Treatment. Fraser Health Program. Crisis in last 2-4 weeks resulting in child being unable to function. 

 

FREE Ages 6-18

No referral needed.

1-844-782-7811

SPEAC

Suicide Prevention, Education and Counselling.  Urgent response and short term counselling. Self referral accepted. Services currently through ZOOM.

Free Ages 3-18.

604-584-5811

Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30

EPI

Early Psychosis Intervention 

Fraser Health Program

Free, Ages 13-30.

No referral needed.

Just call the intake at 604-538-4278

www.earlypsychosis.ca

Vine Youth and Family Centre

Alexandra Neighbourhood House -1 to 1 support, workshops, and resources for youth, families, caregivers. COVID program updates: https://www.facebook.com/AlexHousebc

Free  

All family and youth

No referral needed

604-538-5060 ext 23

reconnect@alexhouse.net

 

Family Smart,

Parent and Youth In Residence Program

Peer support, facilitated workshops, and resource referral for families with a child/youth with mental health challenges.

Free, Currently by telephone/video/online

No referral needed.

https://familysmart.ca/program/parent-youth-in-residence/

Child and Youth Mental Health

A team of mental health professionals providing evidence-based mental health therapy to children and young people who are experiencing mental health challenges that significantly impact their ability to function.

Currently operating all intakes and therapy through phone and/or videoconferencing.

Free Ages birth-18

No referral needed for intake.

Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30 

604-660-9543

https://cymhwrss.com/

Access PBS Program

Family-Centred Positive Behaviour Fee-for-Service Support Program.

No referral needed

Families with children ages 0-19.

Eligible families can access their autism funding for this service.

Services are primarily provided to individuals with Autism or challenging behaviours or skill deficits. 

:778-593-8851

https://www.sourcesbc.ca/our-services/access-pbs/

Note: This site is a community-based volunteer mental health collaboration. All information on together-wr.com is for educational purposes only. For specific advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist. 

For emergencies call 911.