Here to Help

Should you require assistance with school please connect with your school. 
 
Check out all our community resource links at the bottom of this page.
 
Community Resources available during COVID-19 
Mental Well-Being Information and Resources from BC Minstry of Education
Accessing Counselling Outside of School

Need someone to talk to? School is closed? Check out these services:

IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY OR YOU ARE UNABLE TO KEEP YOURSELF SAFE GO TO THE NEAREST EMERGENCY ROOM OR CALL 9-1-1

  • Start with an appointment with your family doctor; sometimes regular blood work is done to rule out physical conditions and they can also refer to psychiatrists if needed

  • Look into your extended medical plan to find out if you have access to the Employee Assistance Program, you can phone your provider and they will give you a list of local counsellors that can be used under your plan

  • Foundry: There are doctors, counsellors and youth advocates on site.  FOUNDRY is Virtual now!

  • Child and Youth Mental Health, intake drop in on Thursdays from 9:00-4:00pm at 22323 119th Ave, 604-466-7300 (free)

  • Wellness Together Canada provides tools and resources to help Canadians 

  • You can search up fee based counsellors at www.bc-counsellors.org  or www.ccpa-accp.ca

 

Summer Community Supports

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Need to Talk?

The Kids Help Phone is an online and telephone service that hooks youth up with counsellors who are non-judgmental and available to talk 24/7. You can call them at: 1-800-668-6868 or Text: CONNECT to 686868

1800SUICIDE:

Call 1-800-784-243

if you are considering suicide or are concerned about someone who may be. 

 

Mental Health Support: 

Call 310-6789 

for mental health emotional support, information and resources

 

Youth in BC

Live Chat from Noon to 1 AM

 

KUU-US Crisis Line Society

CALL 1-800-588-8717 (Toll Free)

24 Hour Crisis Line for Aboriginal Youth/Adults/Elders

 

Virtual Mental Health Supports During COVID-19

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What are the Community Resources?

Pathways Ridge Meadows

A service directory - Find what you Need

Low-Cost and Free Food Programs-MR/PM

Short Term Assessment Response (START)

Provides confidential mental health crisis intervention services for children and teens.

Child and Youth Mental Health

Intakes continue to be occurring on Thursdays between 9-4 via telephone 604-466-7300

Intake Clinic Brochure

Foundry

Young people 12-24 can access mental health and substance use support, physical health, peer support, and social services. For support, please call our office at 604-380-3133 and leave a message.

Cythera Youth Walk-Ins Counselling and 24-Hour Help Line

Click link to book or call 604-467-9966 for 24-hour help line for members of Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows and Katzie.

Community Services

Whether you looking for a program for a child with special needs that needs help developing independent living and social relationship skills or a program to help you and your youth through a stressful time, Children & Youth Services can help.

FamilySmart

Are you a family with a child or youth with mental health challenges? We get it - we are also families whose kids struggle with their mental health and we know things might be tough right now. We'll listen and keep it real - connect with us

Alisa's Wish

A program of Community Services, helps all children and youth in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows and Katzie First Nation who have experienced or witnessed physical, emotional or sexual abuse.

Alouette Addictions 

Promotes healthier lifestyles free from substance abuse in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.

Family Education Centre

Facilitating growth and development in families and communities through a variety of supports.

Act2 

Programs and services are designed to meet a wide range of issues such as parent education, family counselling, sexual abuse counselling, specialized therapeutic intervention, and second-stage shelter for survivors of violence

Ridge Meadows Hospice

We offer grief support to the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. Support services are available free of charge, are confidential. 604-463-7722

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