Youth

January 29, 2014
The Government of Nunavut website lists a number of programs that offer financial assistance, including: Victims Assistance Fund Daycare Subsidy Emergency Search and Rescue Funding Community Access...
Keywords: Applications/Forms , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, Education, Welfare, Youth, Nunavut
January 27, 2014
Persons who apply for BC Employment and Assistance (BCEA) are required to pursue and accept all other means of support for which they may be eligible. When a family breaks up, spouses and parents who...
Keywords: Applications/Forms , Employment Insurance (EI), family maintenance program, FMP, Youth, British Columbia
January 27, 2014
The Health Supplements and Programs category provides information about health supplements and programs that are available through the BC Employment and Assistance (BCEA) Program to assist with...
Keywords: Applications/Forms , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, alcohol and drug residential treatment, alcohol and drug treatment, dental and orthodontic services, diet supplements, Food and Foodbanks, Health, healthy kids, medical equipment and devices, medical services, medical supplies, medical therapies, medical transportation, mns, monthly nutritional supplements, natal supplement, nutritional supplement, optical services, pharmacare, Transportation, tube feed supplement, Youth, British Columbia
January 27, 2014
The General Supplements category provides information about supplements that are available through the BC Employment and Assistance (BCEA) Program to assist with specified needs and circumstances....
Keywords: Applications/Forms , bus pass program, camp fees, christmas supplement, clothing supplement, community volunteer program, confirmed job supplement, crisis supplement, Debt and Consumer Law, Disability, Education, family bonus supplement, funeral costs, Health, Housing and Tenancy, identification supplement, Immigrants/Refugees/Newcomers, school supplement, security deposit, senior supplement, Seniors and Elders, Transportation, transportation subsidy, travel supplement, Youth, British Columbia
November 7, 2013
The Downtown Eastside Resource Guide by the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre was created for the ease of locating resources by/for consumers and service providers. Any edits, additions, deletions,...
Keywords: Online Resource , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, addiction and recovery services, clothing, Disability, Family, financial and legal services, food, Food and Foodbanks, health services, Housing and Tenancy, Legal Aid, recovery, shelter, victim services, Women, Youth, British Columbia, Manuals and guides
July 9, 2013
The Government of British Columbia has simplified the process for youth with developmental disabilities who are applying for disability assistance. This change is for youth (17½ to 19 years old) with...
Keywords: Applications/Forms , development disabilities, Disability, disability assistance, Youth, youth, British Columbia
The Survival Manual
March 7, 2013
The Survival Manual is a list of resources and agencies to assist those who are struggling with illness, homelessness, hunger and/or addiction or people looking for ways they can contribute to their...
Keywords: Online Resource , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, addiction, at risk youth, Education, Health, Housing and Tenancy, social services, Youth, British Columbia, Directories, Manuals and guides
UNYA
March 6, 2013
Metro Vancouver's only Native youth program-providing organization, they work to empower Native youth through their 21 programs which include education & training, personal support, live-in...
Keywords: Online Resource , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, native youth, Youth, British Columbia, Organizations, Services
Legal Rights for Youth
July 11, 2012
This website addresses the legal needs of youth by providing information about their legal rights. The site helps youth understand how laws apply to them and where they can get help. Topics include:...
Keywords: Online Resource , crime, driving, family breakup, Legal Info, work, Youth, youth rights, British Columbia, Factsheets and FAQs, Gateways, Manuals and guides
May 24, 2012
The Richmond Low Income Resource Directory has a full list of services for low income people in Richmond.
Keywords: Online Resource , Aboriginal/First Nations/Inuit, Disability, Employment, Family, Food and Foodbanks, Health, Housing and Tenancy, Immigrants/Refugees/Newcomers, Legal Aid, low income services, Richmond, Seniors and Elders, Welfare, Women, Youth, British Columbia, Directories
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