Crisis Intervention Services

BC Crisis Center 24 hrs

 In Vancouver: 604 872 3311

 Outside Lower Mainland: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)

Provides assessment, emotional support, information and referral, and crisis and suicide intervention services to the community through 14 crisis lines across BC.

Suicide Prevention Support Line, S.A.F.E.R

 604 675 3985

 301-1669 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC.

Suicide Attempt Follow-up, Education, & Research provides counseling for individuals who are in a suicidal crisis, have made a suicide attempt, or are survivors of a suicide death.

Eating and Food Related Issues

The National Eating Disorders Information Center

VCH Eating Disorders Program

 604 675 2531

 2750 East Hastings St, Vancouver, BC.

It seeks to establish client-centered care that empowers individuals and families to take responsibility for the recovery process and enhances their quality of life.

Provincial Specialized Eating Disorders Program
Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Program

 604 806 8347

 St. Paul’s Hospital, 1081 Burrard St, Vancouver, BC.


Vancouver Coastal Health Community Addiction Services

Description and contact information for addiction services in Vancouver including: Counselling Services, Needle Exchange Services, Opiate Replacement Therapy, Withdrawal Management Services, & Youth Prevention Services.

From Grief to Action/Parents Forever

 604 454 1484

Based in Vancouver, a non-profit society working to improve the lives of drug users, their families and friends. They promote the recognition of drug addiction as a health issue, and support a comprehensive continuum of care for drug users, including harm reduction, detoxification, treatment and rehabilitation.

Burnaby Mental Health and Addictions Intake

 604 453 1900 

For Burnaby residents seeking counselling for persons in suicidal crisis or support for persons concerns about someone at risk to suicide.


 trauma pages

Family Services of Greater Vancouver

 604 874 2938

  202-1193 Kingsway, Vancouver, BC

Victim Services

Victim LINK


The Government of BC funds over 150 programs, run by non-profit agencies and local police detachments, that provide information about the justice system, practical help, emotional support and referrals to other appropriate programs. These services include a toll-free, province-wide telephone service.

Other Resources

Aboriginal Wellness Program

 604 875 6601

 255 – 12th Avenue East, Vancouver, BC

It provides culturally safe mental wellness and addiction programs that promote health, wellness and healing.

Prism Services

  604 658 1214

Vancouver Coastal Health’s Mental Health Support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and Two Spirit (LGBTQ2S) communities.

Men’s Services

B.C. Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse. This non-profit society provides therapeutic services for males who have been sexually abused at some time in their lives.

BC Men’s Resource Center

 604 878 9033

 590 West Broadway, Suite 2, Vancouver, B.C. V5Z 1E9

Works to ensure balance in matters relating to men, and advocates change in areas of bias and inequality. Areas of focus include parenting, anger management, and family violence. Offers individual, couple, and family counselling, and has a comprehensive library featuring books, articles, tapes, and videos about men’s issues.


 604 684 5307

Qmunity is BC’s queer resource center – The hub for the lesbian, gay, trans, bi, and queer community program, training and advocacy.

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