Resources for Youth and Youth transitioning into adulthood:

Open Mind BC an online information hub, raises awareness of mental health resources and tools available to youth transitioning into adulthood. Provides information about mental health tools available to youth, their peers, family, teachers, and health care providers. Resources include support services available across BC and online resources.

MindMapBC is a custom-made database of outpatient mental health services including professional counselling, peer counselling, support groups, and others. We have also included relevant resources, and social and networking groups.  Has free and private resources on their database. We have focused on services that are affirming of 2S/LGBTQ+*


Family Smarts: In the Know Series

Working Together: Families and Schools

Dr. Chuck Geddes:

How do you talk to a youth that shuts down and won’t engage? How do you teach a child to reflect?How do you respond to a child who says, “I’m such an idiot, I never do anything right”?How do you respond to a youth that says, “Who do you think you are? You will never understand me. Get lost.” This free webinar will address these questions and so much more with Registered Clinical Counsellor and Complex Trauma Resources Clinician, Renae Regehr. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, staffed resource worker, educator, or clinician this webinar will provide valuable insights and practical takeaways.  Friday, Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. PST REGISTER AHEAD OF TIME using this link: