Anything Else?

We're so much more than just a clinic and a school.

Check out some of the other great programs and services that are available at the Hub, including programming for Mental Health, Sexual Health, Substance Use & Harm Reduction, Education, LGBTQ+ Youth, Immigrant & Refugee Youth, and Restorative Justice. 

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MENTAL HEALTH

APEX OUTDOOR SUMMER ADVENTURE PROGRAM
Purpose Society

Apex Outdoor Summer Adventure Program is a free 8-week program that provides the access and opportunity for at-risk youth, aged 13 - 18, to participate in a variety of weekly out-trips, including kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking. The Apex program functions to empower youth by supporting them through challenging activities in a compassionate, non-judgmental environment.

For more information:
Phone: 
604.569.0951
Email: info@burnabyyouthhub.org

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MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELLING

Free, confidential, youth mental health counselling is available at the Burnaby Youth Clinic on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, during clinic hours:

Cameray Child & Family Services
Free & by-appointment counselling
Tuesdays & Thursdays: 1pm - 5pm
To book a appointment: 604.293.1764

Ministry of Children and Family Development
Free drop-in mental health counselling
Mondays: 1pm - 5pm

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MIND & BODY WELLNESS GROUP
Purpose Society

The Mind & Body Wellness Group focuses on self-care practices. It is a safe space for youth to learn about environmental factors and their impact on physical and mental health. Each meeting will focus on a different topic area with related education, discussion, and activities to support youth in adopting healthier self-care practices.

Runs on the first Tuesday of each month from 3:00pm - 4:30pm.

For more information:
Email: info@burnabyyouthhub.org

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YOUTH EXPOSED TO ABUSE (YEA)
Burnaby Family Life

The Youth Exposed to Abuse program is an individual counselling program that supports youth who have witnessed or been exposed to violence or abuse. This program uses an approach that best suits individual youth needs in an environment where they feel comfortable exploring the impacts of trauma.

For more information:
Phone
: 604.659.2217

SEXUAL HEALTH

BURNABY YOUTH HUB
Fraser Health

The Burnaby Youth Clinic provides free confidential information and education regarding sexuality and health to youth 21 years old and under. This includes: birth control education & provision; pregnancy testing & decision making; STI information, examinations & treatment; and HIV education & testing. No appointments necessary.

HOURS: Mondays, Tuesdays & Thursdays - 1:00pm to 5:00pm.
*Hours may be affected by holidays.

For more information:
Phone: 
604.293.1764  

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METROTOWN OPT CLINIC
Options for Sexual Health

Non-judgmental, youth-friendly, sex-positive, pro-choice sexual and reproductive health services to all ages, all genders, and all orientations. By appointment only.

HOURS: Wednesdays: - 7pm to 9pm at the Youth Clinic

Book an appointment: 604.731.4252
Phone: 604.731.4252
Fax: 604.731.4698

SUBSTANCE USE

SUBSTANCE USE COUNSELLING
Odyssey I Substance Use Counselling

Odyssey I Substance Use Counselling provides a wide range of counselling services for youth who are concerned about their substance use, youth who are concerned about their friend's or family's substance use, and family members or service providers who are concerned about their youth's substance use. 

For more information:
Phone: 604.299.6377
Email: info@bgcbc.ca

EDUCATION

HUB SECONDARY SCHOOL
Burnaby School District

The Hub Secondary School is an alternative education program run by the Burnaby School District. The program is designed for students aged 13 - 19 years who have dropped out of the regular school system or who have very high levels of non-attendance even though they have not officially withdrawn.

or more information, contact Sue Dorey: Manager, Youth Services (SD41)
Phone: 
604.296.6900 x661026     Email: sue.dorey@sd41.bc.ca

LGBTQ+ YOUTH

TRANS YOUTH & PARENTS PROGRAM
PLEA Community Services, MCFD, TransFamily Services & Purpose Society 

A partnership between PLEA Community Services, MCFD, TransFamily Services, and the Purpose Society, the Trans Support Group is an opportunity for discussion, information sharing, and support for both trans youth (25 years old and under) and the parents and caregivers of trans youth. Groups meet separately but simultaneously, and are free and open to anyone in the Fraser North area.

or more information:
Email:
 transsupport@plea.bc.ca

IMMIGRANT & REFUGEE YOUTH

FRESH VOICES
Vancouver Foundation

Fresh Voices is an initiative of the Vancouver Foundation that works to make BC a better place for young immigrant and refugee youth through dialogue and action to identify and remove barriers to success.

For more information:  
Phone: 604.688.2204  
Email: freshvoices@vancouverfoundation.com

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MULTICULTURAL YOUTH CIRCLE PROGRAM
Immigrant Services Society

The Multicultural Youth Circle program (MY Circle) is a leadership training program that brings together young immigrants and refugees who face issues with integration into Canada, including social isolation, communication barriers, racism, and family conflict.

For more information:
Phone: 604.522.5902 x 1791  
Email: mycircle@issbc.org

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

RETAIL THEFT CIRCLE
Burnaby RCMP

The Retail Theft Circle provides a constructive and meaningful response to retail theft by creating an opportunity for accountability, understanding, and healing. This program provides victims an opportunity to share how the crime affected them, and allows the youth who have caused harm to take responsibility for their actions and to be actively involved in repairing that harm.

For more information:
Phone
: 604.294.7720
Email: zach.saunders@rcmp-grc.gc.ca