Community Based Victim Services - Youth Outreach
This is a free and confidential program providing support to survivors ages 13–24 of sexual assault, sexual abuse and sexual harassment.
We provide support to survivors ages 13–24 of sexual assault, sexual abuse and sexual harassment. The Community-Based Victim Services Youth Outreach worker conducts outreach, prevention and education to youth, Indigenous youth and non-binary youth through engagement with local high schools, shíshálh Nation, Vancouver Coastal Health (hospital and youth clinics), RCMP, MCFD and Youth centres. Our service is confidential and supports survivors of all gender identity.
What you can expect from the program
We will listen to you and believe you.
If you have been a victim of sexual assault, sexual abuse and sexual harassment, we provide free confidential support, information and referrals.
- Our service is available to victims/survivors, whether or not you choose to report to the police.
- Our support is based on what you want to do. You are supported to make your own choices.
- We can suggest options or ideas that are available to you in your particular situation.
- We can provide you with information about your case from the police and the court system regarding your situation.
- We can advocate for and/or accompany you to appointments with the police, court system, government, medical services and others.
- We can attend court appearances and give you updates on what’s happening with your case.
How you can take part
This is a free, confidential support service. Please call 604-885-0322 (office) or 604-865-0987 (cell) to speak to a Victim Services Youth Worker. You can leave confidential messages 24/7.
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Crime Victim Assistance Program 1-866-660-3888
Emergency - 911
RCMP School Liaison Officer - 604-885-2266
Sechelt Hospital - 604-885-2224
Options for Sexual Health - 1-800-739-7367
SC Youth Clinics (24 years and under) = 604-886-5600
Sechelt - Wed 3-5:30 pm - 604-885-5164
Gibsons - Mon 3-5 pm - 604-984-5070
Pender Harbour - Tues 3-5 pm - 604-833-2764
Child and Youth Mental Health (MCFD)(18 yrs and under)
Sechelt Intake - Tues 9 am-12 pm 604-740-8900
Gibsons Intake - Tues 1:30 pm-4:30 pm - 604-886-5525
Pender Harbor Intake - 604-740-8900
Youth Mental Health & Addiction Services (VCH) - 604-989-0667
Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD)
Sechelt - 604-740-8900
Gibsons - 604-866-5525
If abuse or neglect is suspected, call MCFD - 1-800-663-9122
MCFD Crisis Response Team 1-800-663-3888
shíshálh (Sechelt) Nation - 604-399-8734
Youth Outreach SCCSS (24/7 confidential messages) - 604-865-0178
Email: email@example.com Instagram: @scyouthoutreach
Kids Help Phone (24hr) - 310-1234/1-800-668-6868 or text the word CONNECT = 686868
Youth in BC - 1-866-661-3311
24hr Rape Crisis Line - 604-872-8212
HealthLinkBC - 811
Trans Lifeline - 877-330-6366
Mental Health Crisis Line - 310-6789
1 800 SUICIDE - 1-800-784-2433
KUU Crisis Line - 1-800-588-8717
Youthspace: Support and Crisis - 778-783-0177. Chat and text available 6 pm to midnight every day. Visit youthspace.ca for information/ intervention centre via text and online chat, e-counselling, online resources.
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A Toolkit for 2SLGBTQIA+ Folks in Navigating Youth, Healthcare and Criminal Justice Issues. Know Your Rights is a collaborative project between the Kamloops Pride Association and Pro Bono Students Canada, Thompson Rivers University Law School chapter. This toolkit covers everything from sexuality and gender charter protections to the right to gender-affirming medical care, legal accommodations, how to find a lawyer, and medical privacy rights for youth under 18.
This program is funded by the Government of B.C., the Ending Violence Association of BC and community donations.