If you think your family may need help, try one of our services designed to help you. Remember, you can ask for help on behalf of your family at any office near you. Services may include:
- child care support programs support, resources and referral services for childcare
- care providers and parents
- arranging for child care
- parenting education
- respite services
- home support worker assistance
- a one-on-one child and youth counselor who works with the child and their family and consults with the child's school
- family counseling
- assistance for aboriginal families by Aboriginal support workers
- assistance for immigrant families by settlement workers
If you still can't find what you're looking for, check out other services available from the Ministry of Family and Children Development (BC) online.
BC online resource directories
Other resource directories for BC include:
|Community Resources - Human Early Learning Partnership
||This list of provincial organizations and online resources may be of interest to parents, service providers, and those working in the area of community development in British Columbia.
|The Redbook Online
||An online guide to community, social and government agencies and services across the Lower Mainland.
For more information, call your local district office Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.