Click on the links below to access information on the following community resources:
Red Book – (Phone 2-1-1)The Red Book Online is your web connection to information about community, social, and government services in the Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley and Squamish-Lillooet Regional Districts.
Mindcheck: This website was created in order to assist young people to identify and understand mental distress they may be experiencing and to link them to sources of help that will enable them to learn skills and strategies to manage these problems –> GO to MINDCHECK
Anxiety BC – Information and Resources list
FINDING A PRIVATE COUNSELLOR/PSYCHOLOGIST
To Find a registered Clinical Counsellor or Psychologist: BC Psychologist http://www.psychologists.bc.ca/s
BCACC – BC Association of Clinical Counsellors
SEXUAL AND PERSONAL HEALTH
Vine Youth Cinic – White Rock
Creekside Addictions/Withrdrawl Management Services
ASTRA -The ASTRA Program assists youth aged 13-24 who have demonstrated problems with alcohol and/or drug use. The goal of the program is to use one-to-one outreach counselling to help youth towards reducing or abstaining from all problematic substance use. Some group counselling services are also available.
Community Based Counselling Services
DELTA MENTAL HEALTH CENTRES
North #129-6345 120th St., Delta 592-3700 Circle 5 for Aboriginal Families 604-586-4200
South #15-1835 56th St., Delta 948-7010
Provides a variety of mental health services for the citizens of Delta aged 19 and over. Services are free and you may contact the office directly, or get a referral from your doctor or counsellor. This is a crisis intervention service which is short term.
Boys and Girls Club Community Services of Delta/Richmond – 604.591.9262 –> Individual Counselling, group Counselling, creating relationships, Family Counselling, Substance abuse counselling – WEBSITE
Delta Hospice – Home visits, school contacts, support groups, respite activities, phone contacts, literature and workshops are offered for children, teens, parents and extended family members. The Hospice Lending Library has a selection of books for teens and children of all ages on grief and loss as well as information on how to help children cope with loss. Phone – 604-948-0660 – WEBSITE
Delta Police Victim Services – Phone: 604-940-5019 –WEBSITE
Deltassist Family and Community Services – 604.594.3455 (Suicide Prevention & Drug and Alcohol Counselling)
Diversecity Community Resources Society (Multicultural focus)
Options Community Services – Family, Suicide and Sexual Abuse Counselling Services
Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre – Mental Health Informational site
Looking Glass/Eating Disorders – Residential Treatment Program and Summer Camp
Early Psychosis Intervention – Assessment, Diagnosis and treatment (Short Term)
Fraser Health Eating Disorders Program – 604.592.3700
Kla-how-eya Aboriginal Centre – Youth Support Program and Family Support
Multicultural Victim Services (MOSAIC) Newcomer Youth Program; Family Suport for New Immigrants
Reach Child and Youth Development Society (for families with special needs children)
PCRS – Pacific Community Resource Services – Educational prevention and management – In school informational/Psycho-educational sessions (Group and Individual).
Children Who Witness Abuse
Diversecity Community Resource Society – 604- 597-0205 -Personal Counselling