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Children, Youth & Families Living Healthy Lives

Mental Health & Wellness

Abbotsford Hospice Society

We support children of all ages who are anticipating or grieving the death of someone special. Our staff and volunteers are trained to support children as they explore complex emotions through expressive play and art based activities that help normalize the grief process.

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Abbotsford Restorative Justice & Advocacy Association

Abbotsford Restorative Justice provides a voluntary process whereby victims & affected parties can have a meaningful voice into what needs to happen to repair the harms, when crime or wrong-doing has occurred. We work with referrals from the Abbotsford Police Department, Abbotsford School District as well as various other community referrals.

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Abbotsford Youth Health Centre

Abbotsford Community Services

Helping Abbotsford’s youth develop the lifelong habit of protecting and enhancing all aspects of their health.

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Aboriginal Child & Youth Mental Health

We are respectful of traditional teachings and strive for a holistic view of health as set out on the medicine wheel. We work to make services accessible to the community.

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Adolescent Day Treatment Program

Fraser Health

The Adolescent Day Treatment Program is a sub-regional community-based program providing a wide range of individualized mental health services and educational programming for adolescents with acute psychiatric illnesses. Young people from Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack and Fraser Cascade between the ages of 13-18 years inclusive attend the program four days a week from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. for up to five months.

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Anxiety Group

Cares Counselling Society

The Anxiety Group for girls Grades 9-12 is a safe place to process your anxiety with professionals and peers.

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Bridges

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Bridges offers individualized support for youth who have aged out of ministry care up to age 25.

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Child & Youth Mental Health

Ministry of Children and Family Development

Child and Youth Mental Health Services (CYMHS) provides a wide range of direct and contracted community-based specialized mental health services to children and youth under the age of 19 and their families on a voluntary basis.

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In It Together

Abbotsford Community Services

The purpose of the In It Together program is to disrupt and interrupt the flow of young people (ages 12 – 30) into organized crime or gangs. This program is in partnership with the Youth Resource Centre, South Asian Community Resource Office and John Howard Society.

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Independent Living & Youth Agreement Support

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Outreach Services for youth living on their own on Independent Living or a Youth Agreement through Ministry of Children and Family Development or Fraser Valley Aboriginal Child and Family Services Society.

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Parent In Residence (PIR)

FamilySmart™

FamilySmart™ Parents In Residence (PiR) and Youth In Residence (YiR) provide peer support, mentoring, system navigation and access to information, resources, networks and education.

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Sexual Abuse Intervention Program

Abbotsford Community Services

We offer counselling services to children and youth (ages 3 to 18) impacted by sexual abuse and group services to their non-offending caregivers.

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START Team

Fraser Health

The START Team provides assessment and intervention services for children and youth (6-18) experiencing a mental health crisis and living in the Fraser Health region. A mental health crisis does not necessarily require attending the hospital emergency department. Children and youth in crisis often can be effectively supported in the community.

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Sundance Solace Society

Sundance Solace Society is a non-profit working towards removing funding and resource barriers that keep humans and horses in need from accessing a safe and healthy place of solace. Sundance Sundance is committed to offering access to mental health services that utilize horses and nature for individuals and groups who have limited financial resources.

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Teen Groups

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Youth Resource Centre offers a variety of groups for youth that address different aspects in youth's lives, build skills and offer support from youth workers and peers.

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Youth & Family Counselling

Youth Unlimited

Family, teen, parenting support by a Registered Clinical Counsellor in Abbotsford. Affordable rates.

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Youth & Family Inclusion (Y-Fi)

Foundry Abbotsford - Abbotsford Community Services

A safe place where youth and families communicate and create together!

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Youth Justice Services

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Youth Resource Centre offers services for youth involved in the Youth Justice system. Youth probation referrals only.

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Youth Mentorship

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Youth are provided with a positive adult role model to increase youth resiliency and success.

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Youth Team

Ministry of Children and Family Development

The Ministry of Children and Family Development provides a wide range of services to help young people and their families when they are having difficulties, when youth are sexually exploited, have an addiction to drugs or alcohol, are living on the street, have mental health problems, or a combination of issues.

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