If you are in immediate danger, call your local police or dial 9-1-1
Get help now directs you to emergency contacts, legal information, online safety information and our directory of programs and services for women, children and youth experiencing violence.
24-hour telephone help line providing crisis support in 130 languages. VictimLink BC can connect you to Safe emergency shelter, counselling programs and other treatment and healing programs.
Canada-wide 24-hour bi-lingual counselling and information services for children and youth between 5 to 20 years old. Services can be accessed via telephone, mobile app, and online.
Helpline for Children
310.1234 no area code needed, dial 0 and ask for Zenith
24-hour helpline for children and youth who may feel unsafe, as well as adults who may have concerns about the welfare of a minor. This helpline is answered by child protection social workers.
Hope for Wellness Help Line
1.855.242.3310 or online chat
24-hour helpline offers immediate help to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.
Ministry of Social Development & Social Innovation – After-Hours Emergency Line
604.660.3194 / 1.866.660.3194
Provides after-hours emergency service at times of personal or family crisis related to basic necessities (food, shelter, medical transportation, and prescription drugs).
Prideline (Gay and Lesbian Helpline)
Qmunity is a Vancouver-based resource centre offering community services and programs that celebrate, support and enhance the diverse cultures of queer communities throughout British Columbia.