Resources for Children and Youth
If you are a child or youth and would like to talk to someone, please call:
Helpline for Children
(You do not need an area code. You can call any time of the day or night and you do not have to give your name) 310-1234
Helpline for Children TTY
(telephone device for the deaf):
Kid’s Help Line
If you cannot find the information you are seeking, please feel free to give us a call, and we will be happy to assist.
This video is intended for children and youth that are coming to visit us and are nervous, unsure or just curious about what to expect. We hope that after watching this video you will have a better understanding of what our space looks like, as well as some of the people you will meet along the way!
This free PDF download from the Canadian Centre for Child Protection, teaches children about the importance of safety, having safe grownups in their lives, feelings as well as how to name their body parts!
Download My First Safety Book
Kids in the Know is an interactive website hosted by the Canadian Centre of Child Protection. It helps educate children from kindergarten to grade 9 about personal safety, healthy relationships, when to seek help and many other important topics.
Kids in the Know Website
The Child Mind Institute provides evidence-based resources teaching mental health skills that can help now and for the rest of your life. The Child Mind Institute is dedicated to transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders.
Foundry Kelowna is a wellness center where young people aged 12-24 and their families can find hope, help and support when they need it. They provide a variety of services including mental and physical health services, youth and family navigation, peer support, and social services.
Foundry Kelowna Website