Please be advised that this is a community-resource list and VCH does not necessarily endorse these services.

Youth & Young Adult Programs

Hospital Based Services

  1. Whistler Health Care Centre

    ​Whistler Health Care Centre provides urgent and emergency health care services to people living and visiting in Whistler and along the Sea-to-Sky Highway. There are no specialized inpatient MHSU services however the are health care providers available 24/7. If a patient requires a psychiatric admission, they are transferred to Lion's Gate Hospital which is a designated facility.

General Community Services

  1. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - SOCIAL SERVICES

    At WCSS, our team of Outreach Workers provide no-cost, confidential support for those experiencing challenges with mental health, financial insecurity, advocacy, physical health and injury, housing, food insecurity, substance use, employment, family/friend relationships, parenting support or violence/conflict in relationships.

  2. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - FOOD BANK

    WCSS supports a range of people – wherever they’re at. New moms figuring out parenthood; An injured labourer facing a loss of income; Families struggling to make ends meet; Individuals faced with food insecurity; Seasonal workers trying to make friends; Seniors feeling isolated; Bargain hunters looking for low-cost goods.

  3. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - RE-USE-IT CENTRE

    The Re-Use-It centre is that place: where last season’s top-rated gear is snapped up by the lucky newcomer who happened to be shopping for some pots and pans. Every visit is a treasure hunt. And every sale helps takes care of the community by funding our programming

  4. Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS): Adult and Family Services

    SSCS provides over 40 social service programs, which strengthen individuals and build healthier communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. SSCS provides high quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. We offer: affordable housing for low to moderate income earners; early childhood care and education; social supports; mental health services.

  5. Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS): Child & Youth

    SSCS provides over 40 social service programs, which strengthen individuals and build healthier communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. SSCS provides high quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. We offer: affordable housing for low to moderate income earners; early childhood care and education; social supports; mental health services.

Adult & Older Adult Programs

Community Based Service for Mental Health

  1. Howe Sound Women's Centre (HSWC)

    HSWC offers a variety of programs and services including: crisis support, resources, referrals, advocacy, emergency transition housing, children, youth and family counselling.

  2. Vancouver Coastal Health

    Community Mental Health and Substance Use Services is available to anyone who is experiencing a mental health concern, living in this community and aged 19 or over.

Community Based Services for Substance Use

  1. Vancouver Coastal Health

    Community Mental Health and Substance Use Services is available to anyone who is experiencing a mental health concern, living in this community and aged 19 or over.

  2. Vancouver Coastal Health: OAT Clinic

    Operates 1 session every second week in each location; service is available by appointment Mon-Fri 0830-1630; offers 1-1 counselling and referral to recovery beds in North Vancouver.

    • By appointment Mon-Fri 0830-1630

Hospital Based Services

  1. Whistler Health Care Centre

    ​Whistler Health Care Centre provides urgent and emergency health care services to people living and visiting in Whistler and along the Sea-to-Sky Highway. There are no specialized inpatient MHSU services however the are health care providers available 24/7. If a patient requires a psychiatric admission, they are transferred to Lion's Gate Hospital which is a designated facility.

General Community Services

  1. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - SOCIAL SERVICES

    At WCSS, our team of Outreach Workers provide no-cost, confidential support for those experiencing challenges with mental health, financial insecurity, advocacy, physical health and injury, housing, food insecurity, substance use, employment, family/friend relationships, parenting support or violence/conflict in relationships.

  2. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - FOOD BANK

    WCSS supports a range of people – wherever they’re at. New moms figuring out parenthood; An injured labourer facing a loss of income; Families struggling to make ends meet; Individuals faced with food insecurity; Seasonal workers trying to make friends; Seniors feeling isolated; Bargain hunters looking for low-cost goods.

  3. Whistler Community Services Society (WCSS) - RE-USE-IT CENTRE

    The Re-Use-It centre is that place: where last season’s top-rated gear is snapped up by the lucky newcomer who happened to be shopping for some pots and pans. Every visit is a treasure hunt. And every sale helps takes care of the community by funding our programming

  4. Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS): Adult and Family Services

    SSCS provides over 40 social service programs, which strengthen individuals and build healthier communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. SSCS provides high quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. We offer: affordable housing for low to moderate income earners; early childhood care and education; social supports; mental health services.

  5. Sea to Sky Community Services (SSCS): Housing Services

    SSCS provides over 40 social service programs, which strengthen individuals and build healthier communities throughout the Sea to Sky Corridor. SSCS provides high quality programs throughout our region to enhance the lives of residents at every age and stage of life. We offer: affordable housing for low to moderate income earners; early childhood care and education; social supports; mental health services.