bc211 is a free, confidential information service that helps you find community, government and social services in B.C.
Search online for programs and services that cover everything from mental health services and financial assistance to food banks and emergency shelters.
Phone: bc211 provides support by phone in over 150 languages across B.C, available 24 hours, seven day a week. Access for the deaf or hard of hearing community available at 1-604 875-0885.
Text: Text the name of your city to 2-1-1 in Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Squamish-Lillooet, Sunshine Coast Regional Districts, Vancouver Island, or the Gulf Islands to chat with an Information & Referral Specialist, seven days a week between 8am to 11pm.
Chat: Available from anywhere in B.C. through web chat between 8am to 11pm, seven days a week.
bc211 is provided by 211 British Columbia Services Society.
Registered nurses, counsellors, and sex educators offer information and resources on sex, sexuality and sexual health.
Everyone has questions about sex. Sex Sense is a free, pro-choice, sex-positive, and confidential services that can help answer questions about sex and sexuality, birth control and emergency contraception, safer sex, gender and sexual orientation, and much more.
Call to get help or submit a sexual health question through email form.
Find an in-person sexual health clinic and their operating hours through the Clinic Finder.
Information on trans health and wellness, help with accessing health care, and help navigating the health care system.
Trans Care BC provides information to help people access gender-affirming care and supports. Services support those who identify as trans, Two-Spirit and gender diverse, their families, friends and loved ones as well as service providers.