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MCFD temporary Life Skills Programs is available to youth who are currently on an AYA or who will age out on AYA between April 1 and June 30, 2020:
MCFD has relaxed the requirements to a minimum of 5 hours per week of online programs (down from 12). MCFD has also relaxed and added...
Representative for Children and youth (RCY) staff have transitioned to work remotely and their advocates are available and ready to help despite the current unique challenges.
If you need support from the RCY call 1-800-476-3933.
They also invite community agencies and service...
Youth in care will not age out of services during the COVID-19 pandemic and those who have recently aged out will get extra assistance.
“During these uncertain times, youth deserve our steady, consistent support to help them through,” said Katrine Conroy, Minister of Children and Family...
This is a poster from Fraser Health about managing anxiety around Covid-19.
Please get a hold of us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need someone to talk to or use our chat line on the website.
Everyone is talking COVID-19. First the landscape gets turned upside down on Friday March 13th – yes that is Friday the 13th (insert eery music) when WHO (World Health Organization) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Then on St. Patrick’s Day, the province of BC declared a state of emergency for...
The Society for Children and Youth of BC has a free legal clinic on the second and fourth Tuesday of every month!
Time: 2:30pm - 5:00pm
Location #303 - 1720 Grant Street, Vancouver
Do you know someone who makes a difference in the lives of youth who are in or from care?
Submit your nomination to Children's Aid Foundation of Canada for the third annual Lynn Factor Stand Up for Kids National Award!
Nomination criteria and eligibility requirements can be found ...