A to Z Program Listing

Network of people dedicated to healthier lives for the children, youth and families of Abbotsford

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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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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Healthy Abbotsford

Live 5-2-1-0

​Healthy Abbotsford is a city-wide initiative to engage the residents of the community in promoting, fostering and engaging in healthy lifestyle choices to encourage the overall improvement in the health and well being of residents of Abbotsford.​

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Holmberg House

London Tree Counselling Private Organization

Counselling & Psychological Support for Children, Youth and Adults

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Infant/Early Childhood 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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Parent In Residence (PIR)


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

Archway 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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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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