North Shore Wellness and Resilience Centre is now virtual
In response to the events that took place in Lynn Valley Village on March 27, North Shore Emergency Management (NSEM), with the support of all three North Shore municipalities, and Health Emergency Management British Columbia has set up a virtual Wellness and Resilience Centre.
The centre is a virtual space for the community to access short-term services to support their mental and emotional well-being.
As of Monday April 5, the Wellness and Resilience Centre will offer virtual support only.
Contacting virtual support
- Call 1-888-686-3022 or email MRT@phsa.ca and request a telephone support call
- Please explain that you are someone who has been affected by the Northshore incident
- Provide a number where you can be reached
What to expect
- You will be contacted between the hours of 9am and 5pm
- Your call or email will be returned in one business day
- If you cannot be reached, a brief message will be left and a call to you will be made later
- If you do not want a message left, please state this when you make your request
This is a free and brief telephone call to talk about how you are feeling and ways to help you. The call will be confidential and the team member who speaks with you will not keep notes on your conversation. We will not be keeping a record of your name or contact details.
What: North Shore Virtual Wellness and Resilience Centre
Where: Call 1-888-686-3022 or email MRT@phsa.ca and request a telephone support call
When: Your call will be returned within one business day, between the hours of 9am and 5pm
Emergency care and crisis support:
If you are in an urgent situation and need to speak to someone immediately, please call the Crisis Centre at 1-800-784-2433.
If you have questions regarding the virtual North Shore Wellness and Resilience Centre please email email@example.com
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