Local resources:

Plan-Y app: a confidential youth directory for wellness resources in Pemberton and surrounding region.

Suicide Prevention Toolkits, produced for Pemberton, Lil’wat, Area C, Nquatqua, Samahquam, Skatin and Xaxsta, Nov 2017 for Professionals, Youth, and parents and caregivers, are available as pdfs below:

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For local contacts in health and community services, download the Pemberton & Area Resource Directory, here are the numbers you need. (Note, due to a lack of funding, this directory has not been updated since 2014.)

WoC Resource Directory 2014

WoC Resource Directory 2 2014

Sea to Sky Community Services operates a range of services throughout the corridor, including the Food Bank, Sexual Abuse Intervention, Family Development, Strong Start, Parent-Tot programs, Healthy Pregnancy Outreach, the Nobody’s Perfect parenting program and Mother Goose.

The Pemberton Food Bank: operates every other Monday from 12:30 – 2:30 at 1366 Aster Street. Donations are welcome!

Additional resources:

Child & Youth Mental Health – Information about behaviour disorders, depression, anxiety and depression for parents, caregivers and youth.

The Centre for Mental Health & Addiction – A range of fact-based information on addictions, drugs and mental health, including specific health info on Alcohol, Anxiety, Depression, Gambling and Schizophrenia. – Support and Resources for Parents Dealing with Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse

Youth in BC – a volunteer-driven organisation committed to helping people help themselves and others deal with crisis, run by the Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention Centre of BC.

Youth in BC 24 Hour Distress Line: 1866 661 3311.

Positive Choices, A Better Future: a report from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Canada about Creating Healthy Alternatives for Youth. The 2012 paper highlights the role of clubs in young people’s lives and the benefits in the form of social development and safer communities. Download it here: BGCC_PositiveChoices_English_Spreads

2 thoughts on “Resources

  1. Elinor Warner says:

    Just to be able to read these pages and see the photos and messages, I am so thankful that we were able to meet as two communities and achieve a relationship that has grown with the years. Together we are always stronger and able to achieve so much more. Keep up the good work! Elinor

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