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.
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Our mission: The Bulkley Valley Child Development Centre Society serves children, youth, and families by providing direct and indirect services, therapy, supports and resources to promote healthy development. We work with community partners to build a comprehensive and integrated service system through sharing information, resources and ideas. We service 30 communities in the Northwest.
1471 Columbia Drive (Box 995)
The Bulkley Valley District Hospital is a 25 bed acute care facility providing emergency, medical, surgical, maternity and palliative services. A specialist nursing team provides care for those under cancer treatment. The medical staff in Smithers consists of family physicians, three anesthetists, a pediatrician, visiting surgeons and other specialists. Some of the community services are also based at the hospital, including home support, home care nursing, and rehabilitation therapy.
Box 370, 3950 8th Ave.
The Bulkley Valley Early Years Centre is a new resource for families and service providers in the Smithers, Moricetown and Telkwa areas. Designed as a one-stop access point for information, services and supports to enrich development from 0-6 years. Have a question about children's health, development, behaviour, goals, programs, workshops or anything else? Drop in Monday - Friday (9am-4pm)
Kerri Bassett Executive Director
1471 Columbia Drive (Box 995)
Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH) is a voluntary counselling service for infants, children and youth (up to 18 years of age) who are experiencing mental health distress.
As part of the provincial government’s Ministry of Children and Family Development, there are no end-user fees for CYMH services. CYMH clinicians are required to have, at minimum, a Master’s level of relevant education.
Services typically include: intake and assessment; treatment and/or referral; and consultation. Services can also include: therapeutic groups; parenting education; skill development; access to psychiatric service; and mental health advocacy.
Services are prioritized based on need.
Susan Greenlees, Team Leader Child and Youth Mental Health
2nd Floor 3793 Alfred Avenue, Bag 5000
Welcome to Clarity Counselling, my name is Janet Holyk, and I am a Registered Therapeutic Counselor in Smithers, BC.
Sometimes life presents us with difficulties that are tough to manage or resolve on our own. Sometimes we need to ask for help in order to find Clarity to move forward.
One of the most important and beautiful qualities of life is to be understood.
We are by nature, complicated beings with a lifetime of stories and experiences.
Perhaps today is the day that you decide to take that first brave step towards discovering the stronger you.
I provide in-person counselling in Smithers as well as Skype and Telephone Counselling throughout BC.
3876 Broadway Ave - Box 2843
Reaching Home: Canada's Homelessness Strategy is a community-based program aimed at preventing and reducing homelessness across Canada. This program provides funding to urban, Indigenous, rural and remote communities to help them address local homelessness needs.
P.O. Box 2920
Provides programs and services that are culturally flexible and responsive to community needs — promoting independence and the enhancement of healthy lifestyles for individuals, families, and the community.
The Dze L K’ant Friendship Centre Society continues to take appropriate action to prioritize the health and well-being of our community and staff. Our overriding goal is to keep the public and staff safe and help minimize the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We continue to provide the outcomes and goals as outlined in our programs, and are available during regular business hours by email.
General enquiries can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Smithers office: 250.847.5211
While we cannot be with you and your family at this time, know that we are here for you. Below is a staff contact list of our Smithers, Houston, and Dease lake staff offering services and support during this health crisis:
Executive Director – Annette Morgan
Accounts Supervisor – Bessie West
Accounts Payable – Renee Olsson
Box 2920, 1188 Main Street
The Employment Insurance (EI) program offers temporary financial assistance to unemployed workers. This assistance includes providing sickness benefits to people unable to work because of sickness, injury, or quarantine.
If you cannot work because of sickness, injury or quarantine, but you would otherwise be available to work, you could be eligible to receive up to a maximum of 15 weeks of EI sickness benefits.
The FamilySmart® Parent in Residence is a parent and/or caring adult who has their own lived experience parenting a child or youth with a mental health challenge. Lived experience is the foundation of all of FamilySmart® service offerings. When young
people are struggling with their mental health, they – along with their families or the caring adults in their lives – are helped when people with lived experience come alongside them to listen, to care, to know and to understand what it’s like for them
and assist them in getting quality services, information and support.
FamilySmart® is a non-profit that works to enhance the experience and quality of services, support and information for children and youth with mental health challenges, and their families or the caring adults in their lives. Services are available without referal, are free, and there is no waiting list.
Ste 1000, 355 Burrard St
Provides behavioural consultation and support to foster parents, children, and youth with challenging behaviours.
Sarah Milner General Inquiries:
Only $15 for a box of fresh fruit and vegetables once per month.
Prepay for your box before the second Monday of each month at Barb's Bodacious Boutique - 1176 Main Street.
Pick up is 12:00-2:00 at the Royal Canadian Legion on the 3rd Monday of the month.
Formerly organized through Smithers Community Services, the Good Food Box in Smithers is currently sustained by volunteers who want to keep this program available to all members of the community.
Most of the produce is purchased from BV Wholesale - local produce is purchased during the growing season.
1176 Main St.
Hours open: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:30am to 2:30pm.
Volunteers provide information regarding local health resources and help with navigating our health care system.
1070 Main St
1132B Main Street
I -Kitchen is a social enterprise established by HIGH ROAD Services Society. It is a safe, sterile industrialized kitchen workspace where we work with our individuals to develop their skills for work in the community.
We cook and produce affordable, portioned meal sized frozen meals to sell to those in the community who may not be able to cook themselves or just don’t have the time to cook.
For details of our updated menu order form, this can be access through Facebook or phone in.
3439 Fulton Avenue
If you are in need and have no other resources, you may be eligible for income assistance. This can help support your transition to employment
In Canada, public health insurance is available to eligible residents. Canadian citizens and permanent residents can apply for provincial health insurance.
In B.C., public health insurance is called the Medical Services Plan (MSP). It covers the cost of medically-necessary insured doctor services.
PO Box 9035 Stn Prov Govt
Youth and family counseling with high-risk youth and families from Moricetown.
Witset Health Director, Beverley Clifton Percival:
204 Beaver Rd
Helping individuals and families build strong relationships and enhance their quality of life.
Box 3836 - 3772 1st Avenue
24 Hour Emergency Shelter. A safe and supportive shelter and drop in service in the Bulkley Valley for woman and children experiencing domestic violence, abuse, and/or crises in their lives.
Passage House, one of the programs run by the Northern Society of Domestic Peace, is a ten bed transition house for abused women and their children. We offer a safe, secure and supportive environment for women to look at safe and healthy options for themselves and their children. Passage House provides an array of services including counseling, childcare support, advocacy, information, safety planning and a 24 hours crisis line.
Stays at the transition house can be for a few nights to up to 30 days for women leaving abuse.
TARGET/GOALS/PRIORITY ISSUE for 2012-2013:
Our ongoing priority is to continue to be here providing quality service to women and their children fleeing abuse and crises in their lives. We are exploring new ways to support abused women who also deal with addictions and mental wellness. We realize the importance of networking with other agencies as we often work with and support many of the same clients. To continue this process is a priority for us.
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/
Our current services include a Thrift Store and Community Ministeries Centre. We can provide for the basic of human needs of food, clothing, advocacy and emergency assistance. Our ministry team helps to minister to the whole body.
Services offered include: Thrift Store (Monday to Saturday 10:00 to 4:00), Drop-in Centre (Wednesday to Friday 10:00 to 2:00), Food Bank (Wednesday by appointment).
For more information please contact us or drop by, everyone is welcome.
Box 4293 - 1605 Main Street
Employment Benifits and Support Measures. Receiving Employment Insurance, Old Age Pension and Canada Pension/Disability applications. Issuing Social Insurance Numbers and Pleasure Craft Licenses. Assisting in providing Government of Canada Information.
Box 1028 - 1020 Murray Street
Smithers Community Services is dedicated to the provision of services that enhance the quality of life and promote equal opportunity for all people within our community.
Box 3759, 3815B Railway Ave
The kitchen provides a nutritious meal, fellowship and friendship to all in a safe family environment. Service is Saturdays only, 10:45 to 12:45am.
St James Anglican Church, Attn: Soup Kitchen, Box 147; 1636 Princess St.
Services include case management, autism supports, FASD supports, child care, family preservation, parental support to families, and support to early childhood facilities. Service area from Kitwanga to Vanderhoof and Fort St. James.
3772 1st Ave
If you are 50 years old and up & like to have fun, we would like you to join our club. We also encourage others, who are younger, who would like to experience what we do to come and participate as a guest. The Telkwa & District Seniors Society is a social group. Our regular meetins are held on the 1st Tuesday of each month, September - June starting at 1 pm. We have carpet bowling each Monday at 1 pm, sip and stitch on Wednesdays, bingo on the 1st Wednesday of each month starting at 7, and pancake breakfasts on the 1st Saturday of each month from 8-11 am. We hold a spring tea, usually in April. We have fundraisers several times a year to keep the bills paid. They might be dances, pie auctions or maybe a yard sale. We also hold a New Year's Eve party.
Box 227; 1400 Birch St.
Improve communities in Northern BC through connecting resources to local needs.
A Northern BC Where everyone can achieve their maximum human potential through education, income stability, and healthy living.
The United Way of Northern BC has three pillars:
- From Poverty to Possibility: Helping families and individuals who are struggling to get back on their feet.
- All that Kids Can Be: Helping kids get the education and opportunities they deserve.
- Healthy People, Strong Communities: Helping people get healthy and stay healthy, physically and mentally.
Lorna Bihori ; General Inquiries:
1600 3rd Ave 5th Floor
Prince George, BC
David - Legal Advocate; Ann - Community Partners david@USCLAS