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The Crisis Centre of BC is dedicated to providing help and hope to individuals, organizations, and communities. Spanning the spectrum of crisis support, suicide prevention, and postvention, we engage staff and volunteers in a variety of services and programs that educate, train, and support the strength and capacity of individuals and communities.

 

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World Mental Health Day – October 10, 2021

Mental health support and services matter — especially now as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to alter our daily lives.

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Mohsen Rowshanaei: The Return

By Fergus Allen Ten years ago, Mohsen Rowshanaei was a volunteer with the Crisis Centre’s youth programming. He found

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Immediate access to barrier-free, non-judgemental, confidential support and follow-up to youth, adults, and seniors through 24/7 phone lines and online services.

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Volunteer

Our programs and services are volunteer-powered. Volunteering is a great way to make a contribution to your community and gain valuable skills and experience.

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Donate

Join us by making and financial contribution and help respond to the mental health crisis and in fostering compassionate, connected, suicide-safer communities.

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Distress Phone Services

Our 24/7 distress phone service provides support to vulnerable individuals across British Columbia. We offer services through our 24/7 distress phone lines. Learn More

Online Distress Services

Web-based chat services for youth and adults in distress available 7 days a week from noon – 1am across BC and the Yukon. Learn More

Education & Training

Education and training to increase awareness about suicide, strengthen intervention skills, facilitate growth and recovery after a suicide experience and provide empowering tools for resiliency. Learn More