Are you a child/youth? Need support? Call Helpline for Children 310-1234. Think someone under age 19 is being abused or neglected? Call 1 800 663-9122
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Visit a WorkBC Centre for a wide range of services like job-search resources, personal employment planning skills assessment, and more.
The B.C. Government is developing B.C.'s first Poverty Reduction Strategy and you can help.
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Welcome to SeniorsBC! This is a place for all older adults in the province to find resources for planning and living a healthy and active life as they age. Seniors' families and caregivers will find great information here, too.
If you are living with a disability in B.C., there are programs and services available you. These programs and services get funding of more than $5 billion each year. They are offered through government, crown agencies and corporations.
Too many families with young kids are struggling to make ends meet because of the high cost and low availability of child care. Childcare BC will give families access to quality child care at a price they can afford, so parents can have peace of mind when they pursue opportunities in the workforce.
Help young children have a healthy start in life. Learn about quality child care options and how to support child development.
- Get Funding for Child Care
- Find Child Care in B.C.
- How to Choose Quality Child Care
- Understand the Different Types of Child Care in B.C.
- Opening or Running a Child Care Program or Day Care
- Supporting Early Childhood Educators & Care Providers
- Learning Programs for Young Children
- Child Care Facility Inspection Reports and Complaints
Foster families in B.C. give needed care, safety and stability to children and teens who are unable to live with their own families.
Sometimes families can benefit from a little extra help. Learn more about how to engage with youth, find specialized support for important transitions, and access useful services to help keep your family together during challenging times.
Making an informed decision on a borrowing product can save you money and help you avoid getting into serious debt problems. Know your risks, know your rights, and make an informed decision.
- Types of Loans and Other Financial Services
- Cheque Cashing Services
- Things to Think About when Choosing a Loan or Other Financial Service
- Loans and Other Financial Services - What are my Rights?
- More Expensive Loans and Other High-Cost Financial Services
- Alternatives to More Expensive Loans and Other High-Cost Financial Services
- Less Expensive Loans and Other Financial Services
The provincial government is committed to providing quality service to children, teens, families and communities. Find detailed information related to service delivery for these areas.
Increasing accessibility and decreasing barriers for people with disabilities.
Services for Youth
If you’re a young person struggling with mental health or substance abuse, there are lots of resources available to you.
Single Parent Employment Initiative
Helping single parents on assistance transition into in-demand jobs.