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Call 911

If you believe that your life or someone's else life is in danger.


BC Mental Health Support Line:
(do not add 604, 778 or 250 before the number). It's free and available 24 hours a day.


Suicide hotline:
If you are in distress or worried about someone else. It's free and available 24 hours a day: 1-800-784-2433.

Call 811
Access free, non-emergency health information for anyone in your family, including mental health and substance use information. Through 811, you can also speak to a registered nurse about symptoms you’re worried about, or talk with a pharmacist about medication questions.



The Alcohol & Drug Information and Referral Service

If you are in distress or worried about someone else. It's free and available 24 hours a day.

Email BC Partners

[email protected]
If you prefer to access help and support via email, please write to us or use our contact form. Please tell us where you're writing from so we can help you better! A volunteer will email you back within three to five business days.

April 23, 2021 technical delays: Please note that we our currently experiencing technical difficulties with our helpdesk and are working on a solution. A response to your question may be delayed. If you need immediate support, please call one of the helpline numbers identified above. Thank you for your patience.

HeretoHelp is a resource based in British Columbia, Canada. At this time, we support people from, living in, or connected to someone living in British Columbia – the area we know best.


Contact HeretoHelp and the BC Partners via the email form below. Using this form is the best way to stay out of our spam filters.


If you'd like to contact an individual BC Partners agency directly, you can find their contact information here.

e.g., "Depression - Vancouver BC"


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