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Mental health and substance use issues affect people of all ages, cultural backgrounds, and geographic regions. As a result, everyone’s needs are different. That is why a range of publicly funded mental health and substance use services are offered by a variety of organizations throughout British Columbia, including:

  • Five regional health authorities and the Provincial Health Services Authority deliver mental health services for adults, substance use services for all ages, and hospital-based and tertiary care mental health services for adults, children and youth.
  • Ministry of Children and Family Development provides a range of community-based mental health services for infants, children and youth and their families that includes mental health promotion, prevention of mental illness, early intervention and specialized assessment, treatment and support.
  • Other community agencies (non-government) also provide community-based services, including promotion, prevention, and support programs. Find these services through HealthLinkBC or by calling 8-1-1 (7-1-1 for the deaf and hearing-impaired)

To find services in your community, use our online map tool. This interactive tool allows you to click on your region and see available services.

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