The Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre is a provincial resource centre located at BC Children’s Hospital.
The Centre offers information, resources and support to BC children, youth and their families on a wide range of mental health topics, including anxiety, depression and grief & loss, as well as substance use issues and eating disorders or disordered eating concerns.
Information, resources and support are provided to families over the phone, in person, via email by professionals, parent and youth peer support workers, and an eating disorders peer support worker. The parent and youth peer support workers (F.O.R.C.E. Parents in Residence and Youth in Residence), as well as the eating disorders peer support worker, all have lived experienced with mental health challenges, either themselves or in their families.
All services provided by the Kelty Centre are free, and include educational events for families, educators and health professionals across BC. These events include the monthly Pinwheel Education Series.
Visit the Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre website for additional information and resources : http://keltymentalhealth.ca/
Monday to Friday 9:30am – 5pm
The Kelty Mental Health website is available in six languages other than English: