In home licenced child care for children age 1 - 5, licenced for 8 spaces.
24 hour line provided by the BC Centre for Disease Control.
Provides recorded information regarding modes of transmission, signs and symptoms, testing, treatment and prevention.
The primary service provided by Narcotics Anonymous is the NA group meeting.
Provides mobile Screening Mammography services to communities throughout British Columbia.
Support for relatives and friends of alcoholics.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The PEACE Program offers individual or group counselling for the child or youth and support for the parent or caregivers, as well as violence prevention education workshops to the west coast communities.
When it concerns abuse, anyone can call the Helpline for Children ... anytime, day or night. Simply dial "310-1234 (no area code needed)".
Marine, Air Search & Rescue (EMERGENCY NUMBER)
The Coastal Family Resource Coalition is an interdisiplinary group of service providers in the West Coast Central Region who meet monthly to plan around child youth and family development and health.
Behavioural Consultant Referrals Programming for special needs children/adults
The Community Youth Worker Counselling Program offers individual or group counselling for the child or youth and support for the parent or caregivers.
Anonymous reporting of crimes
Nuu-Chah-Nulth Community and Human Services office for central region.
Fax: (250) 725-2158
1 (866) 901-3367
Port Alberni-based counselling for personal growth and problem gambling.
1 (800) 720-5306
Outreach Therapy, child physiotherapy and occupational therapy services. Self-referrals welcome, appointments in Ucluelet and Tofino.
Provides free community-based counselling services for youth who are experiencing difficulties related to their own or another person's alcohol or other drug use, as well as support for parents of adolescents regarding substance use concerns.
(250) 726 -1282
By calling 8-1-1 you can speak to a health services representative, who can connect you with a registered nurse, registered dietitian, or a pharmacist.
Usma works with families, Nuu-chah-nulth Nations, community partners and caregivers to support and ensure the health and safety of Nuu-chah-nulth children and youth.