Children Age 7 - 12

Prince George Native Friendship Centre

FUBU (For Us By Us) Youth In Care Network

1600-3rd Avenue, Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-564-3568

  • Offers support, friendship, self-help and advocacy for youth in care of MCFD
  • No cost

Native Healing Center Youth Addictions Counselling Services

1600 -3rd Avenue, Prince George, BC
Telephone: 250-564-3568

  • A culturally based counselling service for youth and young adults dealing with addictions.
  • Cost: Free

AiMHi

950 Kerry Street, Prince George, BC
Web: www.aimhi.ca
Contact: 250-564-6408

  • Provides a Life Skill Program to support children up to 19 years old who have developmental disabilities. Services are provided 7 days a week.

Children's Residence

386 Greenplace, Prince George,
Contact Children's Residence 250-563-2260

  • Provides support and relief services for families of children who have a mental, physical or sensory disability up to the age of 19 years
  • Ages 5 – 19 years are referred by the Children and Youth with Special Needs Team
  • No cost

Youth Support Line

Contact 250-8336 or 1-888-564-8336

  • Crisis Prevention, Intervention and Information Centre for Northern BC.
  • Confidential anonymous peer support for youth.
  • 24 yours/day; 7 day/week

Northern Health

Family Mediation Program

Contact: Parenting Services 250-649-4820

  • Family Mediation Program through Northern Health’s Parent Services, provides services to support parents or caregivers and their teens (between 12-18 yrs of age) by bringing families together, giving everyone an opportunity to be heard and helping families work together to resolved conflict. The Mediator, much like a coach, assists families with working together better as a team!
  • Families can access Family Mediation services through: Ministry of Children and Family Development, your teen’s School, an agency supporting your family or by self-referring.

Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI)

Nechako Center - 1308 Alward Street, Prince George Telephone: 250-649-7660

  • The EPI program provides assessment, treatment, case management, groups, and medication management for individuals experiencing first break psychotic episodes, as well as individual, family and community education
  • Ages to 18 years
  • No Cost

Eating Disorder Clinic (EDC)

Nechako Center 1308 Alward Street, Prince George
Telephone: 250-565-7479 Toll Free: 1-866-565-2996

  • This is an outpatient clinic for youth, children and adults that provides assessments, consultation, treatment, as well as individual/ family education and support for youth and adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified
  • No Cost

Adolescent Psychiatric Assessment Unit (APAU)

Youth Programs Liaison manager referral and admissions, contact 250-649-7065 Located at the University Hospital of Northern BC Telephone: 250-565-2575

  • APAU is a regional program that provides crisis stabilization, brief treatment and comprehensive psychiatric assessment for youth who are experiencing serious psychiatric symptoms
  • No Cost
  • Ages 12 – 18 years

Prince George Kidsport

Contact: 250-561-7650
Web: www.princegeorge.ca

  • City of Prince George is part of a provincial and national network providing financial assistance to children and youth who need to participate in sport program. Grants are available up to $100 per child per year for sport registration fees. Applications forms available at City Hall 1100 Patricia Blvd.
  • Ages 6 – 18 years

Child Development Center of Prince George & District

1687 Strathcona Avenue, Prince George Telephone: 250-563-7168

  • School-Aged therapy program provides physiotherapy and occupational therapy for children with mobility impairments
  • No Cost for children attending public school
  • Fee-for-service with private school
  • Ages 7- 19 year

Supported Child Development provides for school-aged children with special needs in after-school program to ensure effective inclusion

  • Ages 7- 12 years
  • No Cost

Elizabeth Fry Society

Children Who Witness Abuse Counselling

1575 5th Avenue, Prince George
Telephone: 250-563-1113

  • A psycho-educational counselling program providing individual or group counselling
  • Ages: 3 – 18
  • No Cost

Phoenix Transition Society

Children Who Witness Abuse Counselling

1780 11th Street, Prince George
Telephone: 250-563-7315

  • A counselling program for children that provides one-on-one, sibling or group counselling in a childlike environment
  • Ages 3- 18 years
  • No cost

Carrier Sekani Family Services

Walk-Tall Youth Prevention

835 3rd Avenue
Telephone: 250-563-1281
Web: www.csfs.org
Support for high-risk street involved youth. Provides recreational and cultural activities. Pick up and drop off is provided, along with snacks for participants.

  • Summer months: boys group runs Wednesday and Friday – girls group runs Tuesday and Thursday, during school year groups run Saturday and Sunday
  • Ages 12-20 years
  • No Cost

Big Brothers/Big Sisters

777 Kinsmen Place, Prince George
Telephone: 250-564-5217
Email: reception(At)bbbspg(Dot)ca
Web: www.bbbspg.ca
Adult friendship and guidance for children. A number of different programs are available. Volunteers undergo a screening process

  • Ages: 7–18 years
  • No Cost

Camp Trapping

130- 1460 6th Avneue, Prince George, V2L 3N2
Telephone: 250-563-9159
A year round residential wilderness resource for juvenile male offenders.

  • Age: 12 – 18 years
  • No cost