These support groups are provided as a public service.
Adult ADHD Coach Pete Quily does not endorse or recommend any specific group.
of Greater Vancouver
Has a wide variety of counselling services, youth services,
parent education and support groups, addiction services and
personal growth and professional development workshops.
Federation of Invisible Disabilities
Invisible disabilites are defined as Asperger's Syndrome,
ADHD, Autism, Brain Injuries, Epilepsy, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum
Disorder, Learning Disabilities, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder,
and Tourette Syndrome. They're an advocacy and educational
organization located in Victoria, BC
F.O.R.C.E. (Families Organized for Recognition & Care
new support group is for parents and caregivers of children
with mental health issues. This group is being started by
the Society For Kids Mental Health Care. This organization
specializes in representing children and youth with mental
health problems and their families. Many of the members are
parents of children with anxiety disorders.
in New Westminster
Red Book Online
immediate access to detailed descriptions of over 4,000
agency listings offering a variety of services. It
is the most complete online guide to community,
social and government agencies and services across the Lower
Mainland. There is an online version and a printed version
of the Red Book. The
Red Book: Directory of Services for the Lower Mainland.
Now in its 34th edition.
Richmond Chinese Mental Health Support Group
Provides Chinese mental health consumers and their family
members with mental health support services in Mandarin and
Cantonese. Services include mental health seminars on the
second Friday of each month; outreach visits; individual counselling
(small fee or by donation); group counselling; a self-help
group for individuals and families; periodic meetings, outings,
and festival gatherings; a community mental health bulletin
in Chinese; and a telephone mental health support line.
Resource Association of BC
is an umbrella organization providing resources and support
to individuals and organizations involved in self-help/peer
Child Care Resource Centre
information, services and support to the child care community
in British Columbia. Our services are available to child care
providers, parents, students, policy makers, government, educators,
employers, researchers, community organizations and the general
public throughout the province.
Floor 210 West Broadway
Phone: 604 709 5661