Youth Programs & Resources
Select from the categories below to find programs and resources for youth ages 13 to 25.
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
Are you a youth or parent of a youth and are concerned about addiction / substance use? Find out about programs and resources available to support you.Learn More
From health to housing 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 resources for when you're feeling overwhelmed to programs supporting young parents completing their education view a list of family supports.Learn More
View the list of programs and resources available to support LGBTQ2S+ youth.Learn More
Recreation & Social
From a tech club to leadership and sports programs view the wide range of activities available for youth in Abbotsford.Learn More
START Team 1-844-START11 (1-844-782-7811)
If you need help with a teen 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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