Resource Directory

CONNECT NORTH SHORE

Resource Directory

There are a wide range of services and supports available to North Shore residents who are in need of assistance due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource directory provides links to community service organizations with a focus on those serving the North Shore.

We are constantly working to update this directory to make sure we are providing the most accurate and helpful information. This directory was last updated: May 19, 2020

RESOURCES
Municipalities and Libraries

Municipal services
The City of North VancouverDistrict of North Vancouver and District of West Vancouver are providing up to date information on municipal services and facility closures as they relate to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Libraries 
We are working with libraries across the North Shore to help answer your questions during this unprecedented time. Contact the libraries below to speak with staff about services in your community.

All North Shore libraries also have many resources for online education, leisure reading, entertainment and mindfulness. 
● North Vancouver City Library 
● North Vancouver District Public Library 
● West Vancouver Memorial Library

Multi-Service Community Agencies

bc211
bc211 is a nonprofit organization that specializes in providing free information and referrals regarding community, government and social services in BC. Their help line services include 211, the Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral Service (ADIRS), the Gambling Support Line BC, VictimLink BC, and the Youth Against Violence Line. ​

New: Safe Seniors, Strong Communities Program
bc211 has established a program to meet the needs of seniors during COVID-19. Seniors 65 and older can request volunteer help for pick up and delivery of groceries, ordering pre-prepared meals, prescription pick up, as well as friendly check-in calls.
To register for services, or to offer help, call 2-1-1 or register online.

Urgent and Primary Care Centre - Social Work
Drop-in or phone-in Social Work support is available to all ages at the UPCC. Social Workers can offer support for a variety of practical and mental health needs and can provide short-term counselling. All services are free.
Social Workers are availabel Monday to Saturday 10am to 6pm and Sundays 9am to 5pm.
Address: 2nd Floor, 221 West Esplanade
Call: 604-973-1593 or 604-973-1600

Capilano Community Services Society
Registered non-profit responding to the needs of youth and seniors.
Call 604-988-7115
Email miki@capservices.ca.
Visit their COVID-19 updates website.

Hollyburn Family Services
Multi-service agency providing support to children, youth, adults and families.
Call 604-987-8211
Email info@hollyburn.ca.

Visit their COVID-19 updates website.

Family Services of the North Shore
Non-profit community based agency, offering counselling, support, education, and volunteer engagement opportunities for families and individuals.
Virtually providing support and services across the North Shore communities. Free counselling support for up to 6 weeks.
Call 236-982-9871, Monday - Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm
Call 604-988-5281
Visit their COVID-19 updates website.

North Shore Community Resources
Registered not-for-profit providing a broad spectrum of resources and services to residents of the North Shore through programming for families and children, seniors, information and referral, volunteer connections, legal information and advocacy, and more.
Call 604-985-7138
Email nscr@nscr.bc.ca.
Visit their website.

North Shore Multicultural Society
Provides programs and services that help immigrants and newcomers achieve full, active, and equal participation in Canadian life
Call 604-988-2931
Email office@nsms.ca
Visit their COVID-19 updates website.

North Shore Neighbourhood House
Provide programs and services to meet the needs of children and families, youth and seniors.
Call 604-987-8138
Email frontdesk@nsnh.bc.ca.
Visit their COVID-19 updates website.​

Parkgate Community Services Society
Registered not-for-profit charitable society providing community based programs and services.
Call 604-983-6350
Email information@myparkgate.com

Visit their website.

Families and Childcare

Childcare for essential service workers
Across the province, child care for Essential Services Workers (ESWs) has been prioritized. ESWs are those individual who are providing daily services essential to preserving life, health, public safety and basic societal functioning.

  • Step 1: Confirm your role as an essential service worker by visiting this page.  
  • Step 2: Determine which circumstances your child(ren) fall under:​
    • ESW-designated families with children attending a public school (grades K-6): Contact the school district where your child is currently enrolled and register for a childcare placement. Each school district across the province is offering childcare supports for essential service workers in a slightly different way. There are no fees for this service.
      Visit the West Vancouver School District #45 website.
      Visit the North Vancouver School District #44 website.
    • ESW-designated children attending an independent school: Check with your school to see if they are providing child care for ESW-designated families. Fees are set by the schools or their contractors providing this service. If your child’s school is not providing child care for ESW-designated families, contact your Child Care Resource and Referral Centre for a list of operators who are offering temporary emergency child care for essential workers. 
    • ESW-designated families with children 0-5 years (not yet enrolled in school): If your child is not yet school age, you must fill out a form or call 1-888-338-6622 and select option 4 to identify your need for urgent child care. Regular fees and provincial subsidies apply.​

Thrive Family Programs (Family Services of the North Shore)
Thrive Family Programs support families and caregivers with children aged 0-6 years. During this time of self-isolation, we are offering the following support and services:

  • Parent Support Group Tuesday afternoons 12:30 - 2:30 via Zoom. To participate email Thrive.
  • Breastfeeding Support Group Thursday mornings 10:00 - 12:00 via Zoom. To participate email Thrive.
  • 1-1 phone support with Kim Laforest, Family Support Counsellor. Call 604.988.5281 ext 318.
  • Facebook Circle Time with your Thrive friends mornings at 10:00 am @thrivefamilyprograms.
  • Facebook Story time with your Thrive friends afternoons at 1:15 pm @thrivefamilyprograms.
  • Facebook content on coping with the stresses and adventures of COVID-19 while parenting @thrivefamilyprogram.

Visit their COVID-19 updates website.
Call 604-986-9311 for more information.

The Foundry North Shore 
Foundry North Shore offers young people 12-24 access to mental health and substance use support, primary care, peer support and social services
Located at 211 W. 1st Street, North Vancouver 
Visit their website.

Services changes as of March 23, 2020:

  • Drop-In Support: The drop-in care team is available to support by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to a drop-in care team member. If they’re experiencing a large number of calls, you will be given an approximate time when a care provider will call you back.
  • Primary Care Drop-In Clinic: Primary care and medical services are available by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 2:30 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to the primary care team. If your concern requires a physical exam, an appointment will be scheduled for you.
  • Peer Support: If you need to speak with a peer support worker, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The peer support worker will call you back.
  • Parent Navigation: If you need to speak with a parent navigator, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The parent navigator will call you back.
  • Psychiatry: Scheduled psychiatry appointments are taking place by phone. Your doctor will contact you as scheduled. 
  • Groups: All groups have been suspended until further notice.

North Shore Neighbourhood House
North Shore Neighbourhood House has a comprehensive list of childcare and other programs and services available for families on the North Shore. 
Call 604-987-8138
Email frontdesk@nsnh.bc.ca
Visit their website.
Visit their COVID-19 updates website.

North Shore Youth Services Directory 
North Shore Youth Services Directory provides listings of all youth services available across the North Shore.
Visit their website.

Spectrum Mothers Support Society
Spectrum Mothers Support Society is a non-profit agency in North Vancouver that is committed to provide support for North Shore women who are caring for their young children (newborn - five years old) in difficult and challenging situations. 
Visit their website.

Parkgate Community Services Society | Families & Childcare
Resources fo parents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Visit their website.

Financial and Employment Assistance

Government of Canada 
Supports for individuals and businesses facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more about these supports.

Service Canada 
Service Canada has set up supports for those impacted by COVID-19. Learn more about their COVID-19 Benefits and Services.

Province of British Columbia 
The provincial government has set up a variety of financial supports depending on your situation. Find out what you may be eligible for

The provincial government also provides a one-time, tax-free $1,000 payment for BC residents whose ability to work has been affected due to COVID-19. Learn more about this specific benefit.

WorkBC
WorkBC helps individuals access job search resources, employment planning, skills assessment, training, work experience opportunities and more. They are currently providing services via the WorkBC Online Employment portal. Individuals can contact them directly to set up an appointment. 
Phone: 604-988-3766
Email: info-northvancouver@workbc.ca

Food

Food Guides for Print
These guides list information on no-cost and low-cost food as well as grocery store options for ordering by phone and delivery, senior-specific shopping times.

North Shore Women’s Centre
If you are in urgent need of food or emergency supplies we have a small supply of emergency food & toiletries for women. If you are in need, please call the Centre at 604-984-6009 to discuss your situation and arrange pick-up with staff.
Visit their website.

Safe Seniors, Strong Communities Program
A program that matches seniors who need support with non-medical essentials, to volunteers in their community who are willing to help. To register for services, or to offer help, register at bc211.ca  or call 2-11.

Salvation Army
The Salvation Army offers a free frozen meal program for everyone. They deliver twice a week to individuals that can not come and purchase. View their menu and purchase online
Call 604-988-6040
105 West 12th Street, North Vancouver

North Shore Neighbourhood House
The North Shore Neighbourhood House community food bank is open 4pm-6pm Wednesday every week, except cheque issue week, at 225 2nd St E, North Vancouver (outside the front door).
For future scheduled food bank days visit their website
225 East 2nd Street, North Vancouver.
Call 604-987-8138

Highlands United Church's Saturday Brown Bag Lunch
Offering a full lunch every Saturday, 1-1:30 p.m.
Pick up at North Shore Neighbourhood House
225 2nd Street East

North Shore Alliance Church 
Grocery shopping for those who are vulnerable and unable to leave their homes. Typically shopping is done on Thursday mornings each week.
Call 604-984-6422 to register (leave your name and number). A shopper will get back to you and take your order. 
201 East 23rd Street, North Vancouver
View their website.

St. Andrews United Church
Pick up a free Meal-To-Go at St.Andrew's Church every Friday from 2:00-4:00pm. Please line up at the middle door near the park bench along St. George's Ave.
1044 ST. George's Ave.
View their website 

West Vancouver Seniors' Activity Centre
The Seniors' Activity Centre offers a free fresh or frozen meal for seniors in need for pick up and take out 10:00am-2:00pm seven days a week. Phone 604-925-7280.​
Visit their website

Online Groceries and Household Items
As the demand for online services increases, the ability to fill orders may slow down. Some local grocers on the North Shore offer online ordering with the option to pick-up or deliver, and many have added specific seniors-only shopping hours.

Save on Foods
Save-on-Foods allows you to sign up for an account, select your food, and check out. You can choose a delivery day for your food to be dropped off, or do an curb-side pick up at a participating location. Order online.

Loblaws
Loblaws allows you to sign up for an account, select your food, and check out. You can select delivery options, or do an at-store pick up at a participating location. Order online.

Thrifty Foods
Thrifty Foods allows you to sign up for an account, select your food, and check out. You can select delivery options, or do an in-store pick up at a participating location. Order online

Stong’s Market
Limited daily deliveries and pick-ups  Customer must order before 9:00am daily. Order online.

Spud.ca
You can set up on demand groceries, ordering what you need when you need or do a subscription order for things like “Produce Kits” or “Family Kits”. They deliver to specific areas on specific days. Delivery is free on those delivery days and on orders over $35. If you get delivery outside of your delivery days or if your residence is a long distance for the main delivery zone, you may have an additional charge. Order online.

Housing & Shelter

Connect North Shore Housing & Shelter PDF 
If you would like a print copy of many of these resources, or if you would like to share them with someone you know who is not online, download the PDF

BC Housing 
BC Housing lists helpful information for renters and others needing housing during this time. 
Visit their website. 

BC Housing also provides a fact sheet for housing providers. 
View it online.

BC Housing also administers a B.C. Temporary Rental Supplement Program. Temporary rent support for tenants paid directly to landlords until June 2020. $500/month for households with dependents; $300/month for households without dependents. 
Visit their website.

Lookout Housing & Health Society 
The Lookout Housing & Health Society offers a range of programs, housing and health solutions to vulnerable adults living with multiple challenges.
Visit their website.

North Shore Crisis Services Society
The North Shore Crisis Services Society remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic if you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence.
24 hour women's support line: 604-987-3374. 
Visit their website.

Shower programs

  • City of North Vancouver​: JBCC Shower Program.
    Toiletries and towels provided, Monday - Friday, 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    John Braithwaite Community Centre, 145 West 1st Street.
  • District of West Vancouver: West Vancouver Shower Program.
    Toiletries and towels provided.
    Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 2:30 - 4 p.m. 
    Ambleside Park/Rutledge Field Clubhouse, 13th Street & Marine Drive (north side of train tracks).
    lhoward@westvancouver.ca

Washrooms

  • District of North Vancouver: District of North Vancouver Park Washrooms
    Daily, 9 a.m. - dusk.
    Field house showers, park water fountains and exterior water bottle filling stations shut down.
    West Side: Eldon, William Griffin, Delbrook
    Central Area: Princess, Fromme Kilmer, Bridgman & Inter-River, Lynn Canyon, Viewlynn
    East Area: McCartney, Parkgate, Windsor, Cates/Whey-ah-wichen (central park area), Myrtle, Deep Cove, & Panorama​
  • District of West Vancouver: Public Park Washrooms
    Daily 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.
    ​Horseshoe Bay, Whytecliff, Lighthouse Park, Dundarave, John Lawson and Ambleside
  • City of North Vancouver:
    Open 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily with enhanced cleaning:
    Ray Perrault , Heywood Park (lower), Waterfront, Kinsmen Art (19th/20th & Jones Ave), Mahon Fen Burdett and Shipyards

Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation
Mortgage payment deferral are available for up to six months to help Canadians through financial hardship.
Visit their website

BC Hydro COVID-19 COVID-19 Relief Fund & Customer Assistance Program
If you have stopped working due to COVID-19, you may be eligible to receive three months of credit on your BC Hydro bill. The credit amount is based on your average consumption and you will not need to pay it back.

BC Hydro is also providing customers the option to defer bill payments or arrange for flexible payment plans with no penalty. Visit their website to learn more or call 1-800 BCHYDRO (1-800-224-9376).

Fortis BC Customer Recovery Fund 
Fortis BC has established a customer recovery fund for residential customers who are unable to work or have lost their livelihood due to COVID-19. Additional flexible payment options, waiving late payment fees and suspending disconnection.
Visit their website.

Legal Aid

Mediate BC
If you find yourself in a conflict arising from quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19, the Quarantine Conflict Resolution Service can help. Mediators from around BC have will offer their services at significantly discounted rates.
Phone 604-684-1300, ext. 108 to leave a message.
Visit their website

Legal Services Society
Provides legal aid in BC. Taking phone-only applications during COVID-19.
Phone: 1-866-577-2525 or 604-408-2172
Visit their website

  • North Vancouver office: 604-980-7000 or 1-855-220-2800
  • Aboriginal Legal Aid BC: 1-866-577-2525 or 604-408-2172.​ 
    Visit their website.​
  • Legal Information Outreach Worker program: provides you with legal information, self-help resources and referrals to other services. Available by phone during COVID-19.
    604-601-6166
    8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri.
    8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m, Wed.
    Visit their website.

Legal Aid BC
Provides up-to-date answers to your questions about how COVID-19 affects you and the law.
Visit their website.

Public Health Information

BC Centre for Disease Control
Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus.
Non-medical information about COVID-19 is available 7:30am-8pm, 7 days a week at 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319).
Visit their website.

BC Self-Assessment
This online tool provided by the BC government will determine whether you may need further assessment or testing for COVID-19.
Visit their website.

HealthLink BC
HealthLink BC connects you to a registered nurse any time, every day. 
Registered dietitian from 9 am to 5 pm PT Monday to Friday
Qualified exercise professional from 9 am to 5 pm PT, Monday to Friday
Pharmacist from 5 pm to 9 am PT, everyday of the year
Available in more than 130 languages
Call 8-1-1
For the deaf and hard of hearing (TTY), call 7-1-1
Visit their website.

Home Health Office - North Shore 
Contact the Home Health Office of the North Shore to find out if you qualify for home support for personal care, home care nursing or rehab, palliative care, day programs for adults or respite services for caregivers. 
604-986-7111 Monday – Friday 8:00am–4:30pm​

COVID-19 Information Line
The Public Health Agency of Canada telephone information line for the COVID-19 novel coronavirus: 1-833-784-4397

Government of Canada COVID-19 Awareness Resources
Resources available in multiple languages. 
Visit their website.

Seniors

Connect North Shore Seniors PDF 
If you would like a print copy of many of these resources, or if you would like to share them with someone you know who is not online, Download the PDF

North Shore Better at Home
This program helps BC's older adults continue living independently in their own homes by providing simple, non-medical home support services.
Visit their website.

7 Numbers Every North Shore Senior Needs
PDF in five languages
View the PDF.

Seniors’ One Stop Information Line
Confidential consultations with seniors and those who support them.
Phone: 604-983-3303 Monday – Friday 9:00am –4:30pm​
Visit their website.

Seniors Abuse and Information Line (SAIL)
A confidential information line for older adults and those who care about them to speak to a trained intake worker about abuse, mistreatment and any issues that impact the health and well-being of an older adult.
7 days a week 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Phone: 604-437-1940
Visit their website

Seniors’ Distress Line
Phone: 604-872-1234. Available in over 14 languages

Seniors’ Hub
Provided by Capilano Community Services Society, the Seniors' Hub promotes independence and enriching the lives of seniors who wish to remain in their own homes.
Visit their website.

Social Support and Mental Health

Crisis Centre BC 
The Crisis Centre BC is a 24 hour a day, 7 days a week crisis centre that provides emotional support to anyone in distress.
If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, call: 1-800-SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433)
Visit their website.

Kids Help Phone 
Kids Help Phone is Canada's only 24/7 national service offering professional counselling, information, referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support for youth.
Phone: 1-800-668-6868
Visit their website.

The Foundry North Shore 
Foundry North Shore offers young people 12-24 access to mental health and substance use support, primary care, peer support and social services
Located at 211 W. 1st Street, North Vancouver 
Visit their website.

Services changes as of March 23, 2020:

  • Drop-In Support: The drop-in care team is available to support by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to a drop-in care team member. If they’re experiencing a large number of calls, you will be given an approximate time when a care provider will call you back.
  • Primary Care Drop-In Clinic: Primary care and medical services are available by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 2:30 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to the primary care team. If your concern requires a physical exam, an appointment will be scheduled for you.
  • Peer Support: If you need to speak with a peer support worker, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The peer support worker will call you back.
  • Parent Navigation: If you need to speak with a parent navigator, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The parent navigator will call you back.
  • Psychiatry: Scheduled psychiatry appointments are taking place by phone. Your doctor will contact you as scheduled. 
  • Groups: All groups have been suspended until further notice​

North Shore Home and Community Care Access Line
Phone: 604-986-7111
Visit their website.

North Shore Crisis Services Society 
A shelter for women and children escaping abuse. 
Phone: 604-987-3374 24 hours
Visit their website.

Province of BC - Virtual Mental Health Supports During COVID-19
To support British Columbians of all ages during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Province is expanding existing mental health programs and launching new services.  BC seniors, adults, youth and frontline health care workers experiencing anxiety, depression or other mental health challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic can get help through virtual services.​
Visit their website

Seniors Abuse and Information Line (SAIL) 
The BC Provincial Seniors Abuse and Information Line (SAIL) is a confidential information line for older adults, and those who care about them to speak to a trained intake worker about abuse, mistreatment and any issues that impact the health and well being of an older adult.
Phone: 604-437-1940  7 days a week from 8:00am-8:00pm 
Visit their website.

Canadian Mental Health Association | North and West Vancouver Branch
The North Shore branch of a national charity that helps maintain and improve mental health for all Canadians. ​Find online virtual drop-in groups and other support through programs such as Bounce Back, Living Life to the Full and Confident Parents Thriving Kids, as well as counseling, peer support, and mental health check-ins.
Visit their website. 
Phone: 604-987-6959
northshore@cmha.bc.ca

Anxiety Canada
Offers free online, self-help, and evidence-based resources on anxiety. 
Visit their website.

Family Services North Shore
In direct response to COVID-19, Family Services of the North Shore has established free and immediate counselling support via phone or Zoom for anyone struggling with the affects of COVID-19, including:

  • first responders, 
  • frontline workers, 
  • overwhelmed parents, 
  • and those grieving the loss of someone they love.

Master's level counsellors are available to provide immediate and confidential support by calling 236-982-9871. This phone numbers is staffed Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm.
Visit their website.

School District 44
Social emotional learning and mental health resources for parents/guardians, students and educators. 
View their website.

Caregiver Support Program: North Shore Community Resources 
This program offers supports and education for caregivers caring for adult family members or friends either living with or caring at a distance. We hold monthly network meetings, regular education sessions, and one on one support as required. If you are a caregiver who would like some assistance or someone to talk to, please email Elizabeth Bishop or leave a message at 604.982.3320.
Visit their website.

  • This program continues to operate remotely until further notice. Monthly Caregiver Network Meetings will be held via Zoom until further notice, continuing the regular schedule including the first Tuesday evening and second Wednesday.
Youth

The Foundry North Shore 
Foundry North Shore offers young people 12-24 access to mental health and substance use support, primary care, peer support and social services
Located at 211 W. 1st Street, North Vancouver 
Visit their website. 

Services changes as of March 23, 2020:

  • Drop-In Support: The drop-in care team is available to support by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to a drop-in care team member. If they’re experiencing a large number of calls, you will be given an approximate time when a care provider will call you back.
  • Primary Care Drop-In Clinic: Primary care and medical services are available by phone (604-984-5060), Monday – Thursday, 2:30 – 5 p.m. Your call will be forwarded to the primary care team. If your concern requires a physical exam, an appointment will be scheduled for you.
  • Peer Support: If you need to speak with a peer support worker, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The peer support worker will call you back.
  • Parent Navigation: If you need to speak with a parent navigator, call 604-984-5060 Monday – Thursday, 1 – 5 p.m. The parent navigator will call you back.
  • Psychiatry: Scheduled psychiatry appointments are taking place by phone. Your doctor will contact you as scheduled. 
  • Groups: All groups have been suspended until further notice

District of West Vancouver Youth Outreach 
Free, anonymous, confidential support services for youth available 24/7 by phone and online (including live chat).
Phone: 604-925-7244
agelz@westvancouver.ca
Visit their website.

Parkgate Community Service Society | Youth
Virtual activities and 1:1 support for youth in the Parkgate community.
Visit their website.

Violence & Abuse

Battered Women's Support Services
Support and crisis line: call 604-687-1867 or toll-free at 1-855-687-1868. Phone lines are open from Monday to Friday, 10am – 5pm and Wednesdays, 10am – 8pm.
If you’re unable to speak safely, text 604-652-1867 or email intake@bwss.org for support and/or information. 
Visit their website.

WAVAW: Rape Crisis Centre
24-hour Crisis and Information Line remains accessible 24-hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call: 604-255-6344 (Lower Mainland) or Toll-free: 1-877-392-7583
One-to-one counselling service and victim services remain accessible by phone.
Hospital accompaniment program: survivors will be required to follow precautionary measures put in place at the hospital and may be required to wear a mask.
Visit their website.

North Shore Crisis Services Society 
SAGE Transition House and 24-hour Women’s Support Line remain open: call 604-987-3374 
Outreach Programs open remotely – please call directly: 

  • Outreach Services (Pantea: 604-786-8508) 
  • Multicultural Outreach Services (Pantea: 604-786-8508)
  • Homeless Prevention Program (Alyzeh: 604-786-4232) 
  • Adolescent & Children’s Empowerment (PEACE) Program (Allison: 604-786-7981, or Brooke: 604-786-7487) 

Visit their website.

BC Association of Community Response Networks
Provides coordinated community responses to adult abuse, neglect, and self-neglect. If you (or a family member) are feeling isolated and lonely, your local CRN may have set up resources in your community to respond to any special needs.
Email: northshorecrn@gmail.com
Visit their website. 

VictimLinkBC
Provides information and referral services to all victims of crime and immediate crisis support to victims of family and sexual violence. Call 1-800-563-0808 or email VictimLinkBC@bc211.ca.
Visit the website.

Resources in multi-languages
This document, compiled by North Shore Multicultural Society (NSMS), is for service providers as well as individuals looking for COVID-19 related information in languages other than English.

Resources that can be printed
If you would like a copy of the resources listed in the Housing & Shelter and Seniors sections that you can print, we have added the following files:

If you still can't find the information you need, email us.