Middle Years Programs & Resources
Select from the categories below to find programs and resources for children ages 7 to 12.
Mental Health & Wellness
From resources on happiness and well-being to programs supporting individuals with mental illness find a wide range of information on mental health and wellness.Learn More
Addictions & Substance Use
Find programs on addictions and substance use which are available in Abbotsford.Learn More
From food to health find programs and resources available to help meet your basic needs.Learn More
Cultural & Spiritual
Programs to support your cultural and spiritual well-being.Learn More
Developmental & Physical Support
Programs available to assist individuals with developmental and / or physical challenges as well as support for their families.Learn More
Education & Training
View education and training opportunities that allow you to build upon your abilities and expand your skill-set.Learn More
From Foster Parent Support to Counselling and Grief Services there are a wide range of programs for families with children 7 to 12 in Abbotsford.Learn More
View the list of programs and resources available to support LGBTQ2S+ children.Learn More
Recreation & Social
From a mentoring program to sports, cooking and arts view the wide range of activities available for children 7 to 12 in Abbotsford.Learn More
START Team 1-844-START11 (1-844-782-7811)
If you need help with a child having a mental health crisis connect with the START team. START stands for Short Term, Assessment, Response, Treatment - they provide assessment and intervention services for 6 to 18 years olds.
The START team is available during the following hours:
*Please call first so they can ensure there is a clinician available.
- Monday to Friday: 9am to 9pm
- Weekends & Holidays: Noon to 9pm
To find out more including information about their services download the PDF.
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