The Directory is intended to provide service provider contact information to residents of Smithers and area, professionals seeking to make contact with others, visitors to Smithers and to those seeking information from outside of Smithers.
Any community organization that provides a community service in the Smithers Area is invited to have their organization listed on the Directory. The Directory includes information regarding the organization’s name, type of service provided, key goals of the organization and contact information.
To have your information ADDED to the DIRECTORY please download, print, and complete the Smithers Community Directory Submission Form. Upon completion please email the form to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will review/post your organization.
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To assist children’s development in communications, problem solving, personal-social and fine motor skills. To provide one on one support to help develop techniques, skills and various approaches enabling parents to assist their children to develop at an age appropriate level.
To provide appropriate resource tool kits to meet children’s needs.
Debbie Pierre (Executive Director/Chief Negotiator)
Box 430, 3883 2nd Avenue
1132B Main Street
KUU-US Crisis Line Society provides support to callers with in the Port Alberni area as well as First Nations throughout the Province of British Columbia. Once the crisis issue has been identified, the level of severity for call handling is determined. The goal is to establish a non-judgmental approach to listening and problem solving. A support system is put into place where the caller is brought back to a pre-crisis state. Debriefing is also provided to any front line worker who works with in the field, KUU-US also maintains and in-depth referral database.
Provincewide Toll-Free : 1-800-588-8717
Child/Youth : (250) 723-2040
Adults/Elders : (250) 723-4050
A range of services for people who would like help with mental health or addictions issues
3793 Alfred Ave
Improving the quality of life for families affected by bipolar, depression, anxiety, schizophrenia and psychosis through education, support, public policy and research.
Clara Donnelly -Regional Coordinator
Box 3603 - 3862-B Broadway Avenue
If you are feeling overwhelmed, depressed, confused, suicidal, or just need someone to listen, call 1-888-562-1214.
Fifth Floor 1600 3rd Ave
Prince George, BC
Helping individuals and families build strong relationships and enhance their quality of life.
Box 3836 - 3772 1st Avenue
My name is Teresa Schmidt and I am a Registered Therapeutic Counsellor practicing in Smithers, BC. I first felt the draw towards mental health and psychology years ago when, as a full time wife and mother, I began to read books on recovering from childhood trauma and substance abuse so I could better understand my own past and better support my loved ones who were struggling. Before I could begin my official journey as a student of psychology however, life took me on a difficult and heartbreaking journey. I learned first hand what trauma, loss and grief look like as one tragedy after another swept into my life, leaving me and my family shell-shocked and devastated. As I began to regain my footing and put the pieces of my life back together, I deeply desired to find meaning amongst the brokenness and purpose from the pain. I became committed to the healing process in my own life and passionate about seeing people work through their painful life experiences. I count it a privilege to provide counselling for those struggling with loss and grief, depression, past trauma, relationship issues, anger management and abuse issues. I strive to help you unlock the underlying challenges, life issues and struggles in a safe, judgment free space. My approach is client centered, collaborative, flexible and integrative, focusing on the whole of the individual. Together we can move beyond coping and management skills, working to resolve the challenges you face, providing a greater sense of freedom, strength, and wisdom to move towards the future.
Teresa Schmidt https://restorativesteps.com/contact/
A safe, confidential and anonymous way for young people to report crime or violent incidents, or to talk through any type of problem with a supportive person.
24-Hour Toll-Free: 1-800-680-4264
Text: (604) 836-6381
Phone (TTY): (604) 875-0885
Phone: (250) 564-8336
Toll Free:: 1-888-564-8336
Fax: (250) 563-0815