Covid-19 Resources:

If you are aware of a need that you would like the Community Covid-19 Action Team to address please contact us at 250-358-7828 or admin@newdenverhospice.ca

If you would like more information about the pandemic and the current recommendations please go to the BC Centre for Disease Control website at http://www.bccdc.ca/health-info/diseases-conditions/covid-19

BCCDC Information:
For non-medical information about COVID-19, call 1-888-COVID19 (1-888-268-4319), 7:30am-8pm, 7 days a week.
If you have questions about your health, call 8-1-1 at any time or speak with your health care provider.Seniors can call 2-1-1 for information on support services including meal delivery, help with cooking, delivery of groceries and medications, wellness calls and visits.

BC GovernmentCOVID-19 Provincial Support and Information about Restarting BC

BC COVID-19 App: iPhoneAndroidweb app

Test results hotline: Call 1-833-707-2792 or 1-866-370-8355  (Vancouver Island only) from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM, seven days a week. It may be easier to get through to someone on the line in the afternoon when the call volume is generally lower.

Serious Covid-19 Illness Life Support Treatments and Complications

Advance Care Planning Considerations in the time of Covid-19

If you are having difficulty with affording food you can contact the New Denver & area Community Food Hamper Society at sdavies@netidea.com or 250 358 7787.

You can find some tools to help you with the stress related to social isolation and fear here – https://thewellnesssociety.org/free-tools/

More Information on Various Grants and Programs:

OTHER RESOURCES FOR YOUTH EXPERIENCING DIFFICULTIES:

Freedom Quest
Aisha Mulhall
250-505-4376
nakusp@freedomquestyouthservices.ca
Target Group:    Young people between the ages of 12 – 19 who are being negatively impacted by their own substance use and/or the substance use of others.

PEACE
Christine Parton
250-265-3674 (x202)
christine.parton@aslcs.com
Target Group:    The PEACE (Prevention, Education, Advocacy, Counselling and Empowerment) Program offers counselling for children and youth (age 4 to 18) who have witnessed family violence.

CYMH Clinician
Ministry of Children and Family Development
Annette Huyter
250-265-4865
Annette.Huyter@gov.bc.ca
Target Group: Provide a range of assessment and treatment options for children and youth (0-18 years of age) and their families at no cost. Our services are voluntary and are designed to support children and youth who experience significant difficulties related to their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.

CYMH Clinician
Arrow & Slocan Lakes Community Services
Jennifer Schwartz
Registered Canadian Art Therapist
250-265-3674 (x207)
jpeterson@aslcs.com
Target Group: Provide a range of assessment and treatment options for children and youth (0-18 years of age) and their families at no cost. Our services are voluntary and are designed to support children and youth who experience significant difficulties related to their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.