UpToDate is an award-winning online clinical decision support resource, available to Divisions of Family Practice members for use in individual practices at no cost to the individual physician. Learn more >
Third Party Reporting provides a means by which an adult survivor of a sexual offence/assault may report an incident to police while remaining anonymous by reporting to a third party. This reporting option is provided as a last resort for survivors who would not otherwise provide information about the assault to the police.
The Collaborative Toolbox is a 'one-stop-shop' of resources created and curated by members of the Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use (CYMHSU) Collaborative, a partnership of Doctors of BC and the BC government.
With support from the Family Practice Services Committee (FPSC), the Divisions of Family Practice Recruitment and Retention Steering Committee has created the toolkit including comprehensive information. Click here to find out more >
These toolkits were created by the Salt Spring Island Child Youth Mental Health (CYMH) Local Action Team to provide additional information and support for youth, parents, teachers and counsellors.
These kits are not a substitute for getting help.
Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Resources for Salt Spring Island
Plan Y is a web-based Wellness Directory that acts like a mobile application and features youth-focused programs and services. This much-needed online resource came to life through the Pemberton CYMSHU Local Action Team (LAT). Learn more >