News & Events

Tue, 08/25/2020

Updates to financial supports available during COVID-19

*NEW* Canada Recovery Benefit
The new Canada Recovery Benefit begins September 27, 2020 and will be avilable for one year. It will provide $400 per week for up to 26 weeks to workers who are not...

Fri, 08/21/2020

We have recently added application deadlines to our Find Scholarships and Bursaries info page to make it easier to see what you can apply for and when. Click here and check it out!

Mon, 08/17/2020's August newsletter was just sent out!

Click here to...

Fri, 07/31/2020

We have updated our Get help from the Representative for Children and Youth info page:

MCFD has a complaint process in place to ensure that your voice is heard, and your needs are met. Advocates such as the RCY can help you make a complaint.

We’ve added details on MCFD’s...

Mon, 07/20/2020

The Province of BC has announced the new B.C Access Grant.
Students who apply for a student loan as of September 2020 will automatically be assessed for the B.C Access Grant.

Click here to learn...

Wed, 07/15/2020's July newsletter was just sent out!

Click here to view it: ...

Tue, 07/07/2020

Check out this infograph about the Temporary Life-Skills Program.

Supports have been extended until September 30th!

Tue, 06/23/2020

Great news! COVID-19 supports have been extended for youth and young adults until September 30th, 2020!

This means that youth will not age out during this time and independent living and youth agreements will be extended. Young adults on an AYA will also continue to receive funding....

Thu, 06/18/2020

To make it easier for youth to apply, TELUS Mobility for Good (M4G) is now fully administered by TELUS (previously shared with Children’s Aid Foundation of Canada).

As of December 1, 2019, the M4G plan now includes the Peace of Mind functionality which throttles down the...

Mon, 06/15/2020

In honour of National Indigenous Day, Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society are hosting a writing contest! What does being Indigenous mean to you?

There will be four categories of prizes:
1) Ages 3 to 6 
2) Ages 7 to 10
3) Ages 11 to 14...

Well, hello there!

Welcome to You're in the right place to learn important life skills find helpful resources, and earn rewards.

Anyone can find info on at any time, but you need an account to earn badges and access learning quests.