In this section:

Links

In addition to the links below, you can view or download our Helping Hands Resource Manual to find many more resources.

Youth-Focused Resources
Native Youth Centre
 
UNYA is one of Vancouver's 4 Youth Hubs.  Here are the other 3:
 
Other Youth Resources
Kids Help Phone  (1-800-668-6868)
Peernet BC - help connect people for peer support
PLEA - connections to positive mentors
SOLOS - Helps keep youth safe from online predators
  
Knowledgeable Aboriginal Youth Association (search KAYA Vancouver on Facebook)
RedWAY BC News E-zine
Redwire Magazine
Native Youth Magazine
SAY Magazine
Covenant House Vancouver
Environmental Youth Alliance (EYA)
Vancouver Foundation - Youth Philanthropy Council
Check Your Head
Youth Health Clinics in Vancouver
GLBTQT / Two-Spirit
Youth Shelters - search tool (Shelternet BC)
Youth In BC
Leave Out Violence (LOVE) - anti-violence projects with youth
www.vancouveryouth.ca
Free Geek - free computer if you volunteer at least 24 hours
Aboriginal Focus School
 
Metro Vancouver Aboriginal Organizations
ACCESS - Employment
 
 
National First Nations Organizations
Native Youth Sexual Health Network
 
 
Other Website with Resource Links
Aboriginal Super Information Hwy
Turtle Island
NationTalk
 
 
NEW - Personalized Supports Initiative
Effective Feb 1, 2010, adults (19 and over) who have significant limitations and a confirmed diagnosis of FASD or autism may be eligible to receive services from Community Living British Columbia. 
 
For more info: BC gov't announcement:  
 

http://www2.news.gov.bc.ca/news_releases_2009-2013/2010HSD0019-000109.pdf

Community Living British Columbia:  www.communitylivingbc.ca/what_we_do/personalized_supports_initiative.htm.

For further information about the Personalized Supports Initiative, call CLBC's toll free number at 1-877-660-2522 or check the website above.

 

Training the Leaders of Tomorrow

1618 East Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC V5L 1S6 Call: (604) 254-7732 Email: info@unya.bc.ca