In School Support from Mrs. L'Arrivee
McBride Secondary School Counsellor
MCBRIDE HEALTH UNIT
After Hours or Emergency Line - 1-888-5621214
Mental Health and Addictions Counselling (including Smoking and Tobacco Reduction) -Tracy Finlay (ext. 2038)
Public Health Nurse - Susan Umstot (ext. 2034) Private and confidential support to health and well-being (including birth control)
MCBRIDE AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL
Book an appointment with a doctor for private and confidential solutions that support health and well-being.
250-569-2251 (ext 2000)
Health Topics A-Z, Available Services, and Digital Health Tools
Phone: 250-569-2266 or Toll-free: 1-844-324-2004
After hours: 250-566-1847 email@example.com
Mental Health Support -
Jessica Kraby - Youth Mental Health Support Worker and
Laura Smith - Youth an Mental Health Clinician
PEACE Programs - Domestic Violence and Victim Support
Sara Olofsson - Police Based Victim Services Worker/Youth Support Worker
Powered by the Government of BC, erase provides information on a variety of topics including mental health and well- being, bullying, sexual orientation and gender identity, substance use, and school safety.
Information and strategies to support yourself or someone else manage mental health and substance use problems.
Virtual Services include virtual counselling appointments, peer support, and a library of tools and resources.
A website providing resources to help manage stress and mental health issues for youth.
Resources and support line about mental health, addictions, and disorders. Peer support and an online support line.
A website you can listen or print reliable information on a variety of health topics including: mind, body, sexual health, food and fitness, diseases & conditions, infections, drugs & alcohol, school & jobs, sports, and staying safe.
Birth control, bodies, consent and sexual assult, gender identity, pregnancy, and more.
Body changes, STIs, birth control, staying safe, and overall health.
Includes videos, an information centre, a blog, games, and more.
Abortion, birth control, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, and more.
Resources on sexual health , rights and laws, global work, and ways you can help.
A peer support line and resource database for LGBTQ2S youth
in BC: 1-(855)-956-1777
Information and resources for LGBTQ+ persons
Resources and Peer Support - (877) 330-6366
Helping LGBTQ+ youth with crisis and suicide prevention
To speak with a 211 Navigator for information or referral to community resources please dial or text 2-1-1, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or live chat.
Navigators are available 24/7 and can access an interpreter in over 150 languages to help facilitate inquiries.
BC211 connects people to community, health and government resources for help, where and when they need it.
23-hour Crisis Line - 1-866-661-3311
Online resources available on a variety of topics including abuse and assault, disordered eating, addictions, sexual orientation and gender identity, sexual health, self-harm, and suicide.
Call a counsellor: 1-800-668-6868
Call, text, or chat options available. "No matter what you want to talk about, we're here to listen. No judgement, totally private, 24/7."
Phone and live chat counseling 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in English, French, Cree, Ojibwe, and Inuktituk. 1-855-242-3310
Culturally appropriate resources based on a model created by youth, for youth. 1-833-294-8650
E-Free Church - 250-569-3370
Mountain Chapel Church - 250-569-3350
Robson Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church - 250-569-3370
St. Patrick's Catholic Church - 250-569-2606
The Anglican United Church - 250-569-3206
McBride Mennonite Church - 250-569-7297