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The Guide to Aboriginal Organizations and Services is a resource listing of Aboriginal community-based services and organizations. Most are not-for-profit and Aboriginal operated.

The Guide supports the relationship between the Province and Aboriginal people and their communities. It provides other community service organizations, government ministries and agencies, and non-Aboriginal citizens an insight into the scope of Aboriginal services and organizations offered in British Columbia. 

The guide is updated annually.


Your Family
is the BC Council for Families' new monthly newsletter for parents and families. 

This months' newsletter topics include:
  • What do the happiest families all have in common?

  • Fighting gender stereotypes: Ten rules for raising active girls

  • What to encourage your kids to be more active? Try packing these 6 items in their backpacks

  • Room for one more? PLEA Community Services is looking for families to open their homes and hearts to a youth in need.  



ERASE Student Advisory speaks out about Mental Health:

Students from across BC share their personal stories about mental health, anxiety and how bullying has impacted their lives in this video produced for the ERASE Bullying program. ERASE is a multi-level training program for 15,000 educators and community partners to help them proactively foster safe and caring schools through connectedness and attention to school culture and climate. They also look at the importance of social/emotional learning and the indicators of mental illness.


ALCOHOL SENSE: A Tool to Support Parents

AlcoholSenseBC.ca was launched on April 1, 2015. This resource has been designed to help BC parents in their important role in raising healthy children to adulthood, and supporting them in having conversations with their children about alcohol.