Eat Breathe Thrive is a not-for-profit organization that helps individuals to recover from disordered eating and negative body image, and also works to prevent eating disorders through education and training.
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We provide youth and family support, education programs, employment services, addiction counselling and prevention, as well as housing support. Age range ~14-25 yrs depending on location.
If you are having questions about legal issues that pertain to family law, visit their website. It has helpful fact sheets written in plain language and provides reliable information as a first step when dealing with legal matters in BC.
Prism is Vancouver Coastal Health’s clinical, education, information and referral service for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and Two Spirit (LGBTQ2S) communities.
RAINN, the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, is an American national anti-sexual assault organization, that operates a variety of National Sexual Assault Hotlines, on the phone and by online chat.
Family Services of the North Shore is a community organization that is dedicated to providing education, support and counselling to heal and connect the community. They offer a broad range of services to children, youth, adults, couples and families from diverse backgrounds, which are offered either at no fee, or on a sliding scale to clients living or working on the North Shore.
Drive Youth Employment Services (D-YES) – formerly called Youth Spot – is designed to help youth between the ages 16-30 obtain sustainable employment.
Here To Help is a web site geared towards mental health and substance use information. It features a ton of up-to-date information on both, ideas & skills to help manage these issues, screening self-tests, and support in the form of their discussion forums or by email.
Leave Out Violence (LOVE) is an award winning, not-for-profit, grass roots youth organization that is an effective means of social change, providing hope, motivation and opportunity to thousands of young people. LOVE volunteers learn to channel their experiences with violence to develop the skills to become local leaders against violence.
SFU offers a clinic, vaccinations, counselling and physiotherapy to currently enrolled students but also features some excellent web-based resources, including interactive blogs on nutrition & sexual health, a resource list with info on popular health topics and audio/video recordings for use in relaxation, yoga and mindfulness exercises.