Local community service agencies offer counselling assistance and other helpful resources to support the mental health and recovery of residents. View services and eligibility requirements in this section.
Sea to Sky Community Services
For adults (age 15+), couples & families. Subsidized confidential counselling with a Registered Clinical Counsellor.
Squamish / Whistler / Pemberton / Southern Stl’atl’imx / Lil’wat communities
Provides lay counselling and support for women who are experiencing or who have experienced sexual assault, abuse, violence in a relationship, or childhood abuse or violence.
Sexual Abuse Intervention Program SAIP- Counselling for children and young people under 19 yrs of age who have been or are suspected of having been sexually abused or assaulted.
Vancouver Coastal Health
MHSU, Sea to Sky
VCH provides support to individuals with mental health and/or addiction issues. This community service provides:
Assessments and treatment planning
Urgent response services
Employment and education support
Referrals to other supports and resources such as detox and treatment centres
Therapy and Wellness groups
Education to community groups and events.
Find out more by clicking HERE
Whistler Community Services Society
For Whistler residents who could benefit from clinical mental and emotional counselling. Eligible applicants receive financial support toward the cost of 6 counselling sessions per year.
You will receive:
Access to a clinical Counsellor for those who could otherwise not afford the cost.
Connect with a mental health professional in a safe and supportive space.
Learn skills to better manage your own mental health and become more resilient.
Find out more at WCSS.
Canadian Mental Health Association
CMHA North & West Vancouver programs and services are available to residents of the Sea to Sky. Find mental health promotion and mental illness recovery-focused programs and services for people of all ages and their families, including:
subsidized short-term counselling
peer support & community wellness
social support groups
mental health education and training
Find out more at CMHA.
Child & Youth Mental Health
The Ministry of Children & Family Development's Child and Youth Mental Health provides a range of mental health assessment and treatment options for children and youth (0-18 years of age) and their families at no cost.
Clinics are staffed by mental health clinicians, psychologists, and psychiatrists.