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.
1 (800) 661-4337
Provides mobile Screening Mammography services to communities throughout British Columbia.
The Representative for Children and Youth supports children, youth and families who need help in dealing with the child-serving system, provides oversight to the Ministry of Children and Family Development and advocates for improvements to the child-se
1 (800) 476-3933
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.
If you are a child or youth and would like to talk to someone call the Helpline for Children at 310-1234.
Marine Search & Rescue EMERGENCY NUMBER
1 (800) 567-5111
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.
NTC Community Health Nurses can support you and your family through pregnancy, birth and with raising your child through home visits, groups and/or clinic visits. Nurses provide confidential care.
The Community Youth Worker Counselling Program offers individual or group counselling for the child or youth and support for the parent or caregivers.
If you have any information about a crime, contact a Crime Stoppers program and guarantee your anonymity.
1 (800) 222-8477
Contact for diabetes resources.
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.
Promotes healthy development for pregnancy, infants and children (ages 0-6) through home and community visits. We offer:
To connect toll-free to any government service. Available 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday.
If you are facing a difficult situation, call us now. We can help.
Adult and Elder Crisis Line: (250) 723-4050 (24 hour)
Youth Crisis Line: (250) 723-2040 (24 hour)
West Coast Toll Free: 1 (800) 588-8717 (24 hour)
1 (800) 588-8717
Support with filing a claim, requesting information about a pending or current claim, updating claim information or reporting. Toll-free line available from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. Press “0” to speak to a representative.
1 (800) 206-7218