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Children, Youth & Families Living Healthy Lives

Tough Stuff

From bullying and online safety to sexual exploitation and child protection services find out about programs and resources on these tougher but important topics.

Child Protection Services

Ministry of Children and Family Development

If you think a child or youth (under 19 years of age) is being abused or neglected, call 1-800-663-9122 at any time of the day or night.

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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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SEY (Stop Exploiting Youth)

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

SEY provides intensive outreach services for youth who are sexually exploited or at high risk of sexual exploitation

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Street Outreach

Youth Resource Centre - Abbotsford Community Services

Street Outreach supports youth who are homeless and/or street involved.

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Taking Care of Ourselves, Taking Care of Others (TCO²)

Children of the Street Society

Educational workshop focused on preventing child and youth sexual exploitation and human trafficking.

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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 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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Helpful Websites

View a list of helpful websites and resources for youth and parents on tougher topics including cyberbullying, sexual exploitation and safety.

Helpline for Children & Youth

310-1234 (24/7)
*no area code needed

Are you a child or youth and need to talk to someone? Call 310-1234. This help line is available any time of the day or night and you do not have to give your name.

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