BC Children’s Kelty Mental Health Resource Centre provides peer support, information, and resources to help you talk to and guide a youth in your life to the services and supports they may need.
Find tips for starting a conversation with your youth about their mental health, how to support a youth who comes to you with concerns, information on how to reach a parent peer support worker at the Kelty Centre, and additional resources and tools.
Foundry, a unit at Kelty, offers young people ages 12-24 resources and services online and through centres across BC, including virtual counselling and youth peer support.
We have a unique year ahead of us, for our kids and the school community. This also means that PAC will be supporting teachers for the benefit of our children, differently. In anticipation of the annual financial requests that teachers will put through, to be able to deliver clubs and activities in a new way, we are asking parents to contribute $50 per child through school cash online.
As many of you have seen in previous years, PAC’s support of teacher activities for before & after school programs and classroom learning enhancements adds tremendous value to our kids’ school experience. We’ll need that more than ever, this year. Through school cashonline vsb.schoolcashonline.com/Fee/Details/1869/196/false/true?fundDestination=S-Kitsilano%20PAC when you are paying other school fees, please select the $50 PAC contribution for each of your children.
Also, if you are interested in volunteering for PAC or being involved in parent-organized activities, please email us at email@example.com, sign up for the PAC Newsletter and visit our website http://kitsilanopac.ca/. We know that the more a parent takes interest in their kid’s life, the more successful their school experience is.
PAC wishes you a healthy and successful year at home, school and work.