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NWPL FOR TEENS

Got a project due tomorrow? Just looking for something good to read this weekend? We have what you need!

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Teen Library Programs and Volunteering

Need volunteer hours, or just want to have fun at the library? Email youth@nwpl.ca to be added to our volunteer mailing list. You’ll get updates on library programs and volunteer opportunities at the library and around New West.

To view library programs for teens, visit our Events Calendar!

Keep in touch!

We’re @NWPLibrary on Twitter, and Instagram!

HOMEWORK & RESEARCH HELP

Research & Citation Resources: Learn how to conduct research properly and cite your sources.

World Factbook: Contains up-to-date information and statistics on countries around the world.

Mirriam-Webster Web  Dictionary: Includes a thesaurus and Spanish/English dictionary

Atlas of Canada: Need a map of Canada? Find it here!

SparkNotes Study Guides: Notes on literature, math, chemistry, and more subjects.

Khan Academy: Free online videos and lessons on science, math, humanities, and more.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR TEENS

620 8th St (entry behind Century House) | 604-515-3801

The Youth Centre in Moody Park has drop-in and scheduled activities, laundry and shower facilities, a lounge, a computer lab, and kitchen.

Web-based counselling is also available by appointment: Contact Mia Anthony at manthony@fsgv.ca

Drop-in Hours: Monday to Thursday, 3:15-9:00pm. Friday and Saturday, 3:15-11:00pm

38 Begbie Street | 604-329-1875

Hours: Tuesday 2:30-6:00pm, Thursday 3:30-7:30pm.

Youth Source utilizes a ‘one stop shopping’ approach by providing youth with a variety of services in one place.  At Youth Source, there is a warm, welcoming atmosphere where free, confidential information and education regarding sexuality and health to youth 21 and under is provided. At Youth Source the Purpose Society provides a free Youth Clinic in partnership with Fraser Health.

No appointments necessary.

Advocacy and referral services for youth on issues such as shelter, income assistance, legal services, family mediation and school issues are also provided.  Youth can access a wide array of services through this resource:

  • Speak to an:
    • Alcohol and Drug Counsellor
    • Youth worker
    • Therapist or
    • Child and Youth Mental Health Clinician
  • Take a shower
  • Do laundry
  • Access the emergency food cupboard

Or just hang out and participate in recreational activities.

The Youth Clinic has nurses and a doctor on-site to provide the following services:

  • Access of free medical care
  • birth control education & provision
  • pregnancy testing + decision making
  • STI information, examinations + treatment; and
  • HIV education + testing.

No appointments necessary.

Kids Help Phone: (1-800-668-6868 OR text 686868): Kids Help Phone is a toll-free, 24-hour, phone counselling, web counselling, and referral service for children and youth. The service is completely anonymous and confidential.

Youthspace.ca: Chat available from 6pm to midnight every day, online at youthspace.ca or text 778-783-0177.

Youth In BC Crisis Line and Chat Service: If you would like to talk about suicide, sexuality, depression and stress, relationship conflicts, and more. Call 604-872-3311 or chat online with a trained Crisis Centre volunteer, from noon until 1am (after midnight).

Youth Against Violence Line  (1-800-680-4264): This is a safe way to report a crime or violent events, or to talk through any type of problem with a supportive person.

Helpline for Children (310-1234) – no area code is required: If you or someone you care about is being abused or neglected at home, at school, or anywhere else, dial this number to talk to a social worker who can help.

New Westminster Child and Youth Mental Health Office: Located at Columbia Square, 201 – 1065 Columbia Street. Walk-in Youth Clinic is open Tuesdays, 12:00-4:00pm

Online counselling from the New Westminster Youth Services is available by appointment: Email Mia Anthony at manthony@fsgv.ca

Mindcheck: If you’re feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, or just not right, this is a great website to help you find mental health resources and support.

The Foundry: A new website collecting mental health and wellness resources and supports for youth aged 12-24.

Mindshift App: A user-friendly self-help tool based on proven scientific strategies, this app teaches about
anxiety, helping users to engage in healthy thinking and to take action.

Youth on Drugs: Deals with drug reality and provides factual information to help you make an educated choice about substance use.

Go Ask Alice: Lots of questions and answers about teen health and other topics. You can ask your own questions too!

Scarleteen: This is a great website with factual, supportive information about sexuality, sexual health, and relationships for teens.

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