About HIV/Aids for teens.
Transgender Health Information Program
A BC-wide information service and resource hub that makes sure people have the information they need to access gender affirming health care and supports. Support services include those for people who identify as trans, their families, friends, loved ones and service providers.
Toll free (in BC): 1-866-999-1514
Canada’s source for HIV and Hepatitis C information.
Sexually Transmitted Disease (STDs)
B.C.’s information resource for sexually transmitted diseases.
Toll free: 1-888-488-7444 Vancouver: 604-707-5600
Vancouver Youth Clinic Services
see website for locations
- Free and confidential drop-in services for youth up to and including age 24
- testing for sexually transmitted infections
- free condoms and water-based lubricant
- emergency contraception
- pap tests
- free or low-cost birth control options
- pregnancy testing and options counseling
- general counseling
- mental health and addictions counseling
Need to Talk?
Youth 14 and older can receive counselling services without their parent’s consent.
Facilitates a range of sexual health workshops in high schools with a focus on grades 8-10
North Shore Community Health Services
Four youth health clinics on the North Shore provide free, confidential health services to youth 13-19 years… birth control, ECP, treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, referrals to other community services.
Making sexual health easy to talk about providing safe, inclusive and practical information to children, teens and parents.
Very interesting site that speaks to the idea of mentoring boys to become caring, courageous, and ethical men.
BC’s Queer Resource Centre. Prideline, information, referral and peer support
Opt: Options for Sexual Health
Organization provides online resources, education, and sexual health clinics throughout Lower Mainland.
North Vancouver Clinic: Parkgate Community Centre. 3625 Banff Ct., North Vancouver
Help line: 1-800-sex-sense