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.
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Collect call Telus Relay Service at 711
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.
The Canadian Human Trafficking Hotline is a confidential, multilingual service, operating 24/7 to connect victims and survivors with social services, law enforcement, and emergency services, as well as receive tips from the public.
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.
Text 778.783.0177 or online chat
A free and confidential online crisis & emotional support chat for Canadian youth up to 30 years of age to access emotional support, resources, and crisis response services.
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.