COVID-19 Resources

Keep up-to-date on all of the latest information regarding COVID-19 in BC.

HealthLinkBC

BC's provincial health officer has declared COVID-19 a public health emergency. Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community.

Public Presentations

Public education is important to us, and Pathways staff are available to provide community presentations based on need:

  • Naloxone Training
  • Participation in community events (collaboration with other service providers, presence during public events)
  • As-needed presentations on specific substance use and related topics
  • Engagement within schools, in a variety of classrooms
  • Conversations about substance use and harm reduction services

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

INTERIOR HEALTH

Mental Health & Substance Use:

DRUG ABUSE FACTS: TEEN CHALLENGE CANADA

NIDA FOR TEENS:

This online resource features drug and alcohol facts as well as treatment information, educational materials, and preventative measures for families and individuals

Penticton & Area Access Centre

South Okanagan Brain Injury Society (SOSBIS)

BC Housing

RENTSMART PROGRAM

Penticton Soupateria

Ooknakane Friendship Centre

OneSky Community Resources

South Okanagan Women in Need Society (SOWINS)

Penticton and District Society for Community Living

Partners in Resources (Piers)

Foundry BC

Mental Wellness Centre

Provincial Helplines

VictimLink BC

1-800-563-0808
(toll-free, confidential, multilingual telephone service available 24/7 across BC and Yukon, providing information and referral services to all victims of crime)

Gambling Support Line BC

Youth Against Violence Line

1-800-680-4264
(safe, confidential, and anonymous way for young people across BC to report crime or violent incidents, or adults can call for youth-related resources)

Kuu-us Crisis Line Society
(Indigenous Crisis Line)

Toll-Free: 1-800-588-8717
Youth Line: 250-732-2040
Adult Line: 250-723-4050

Hope for Wellness Help Line
(Indigenous)

Toll-Free: 1-855-242-3310
Chat online at: hopeforwellness.ca

If you require immediate assistance with Detox please contact

The Bridge WithdrawAl Management

1-855-760-0456

Hwy 33 W Kelowna

Phoenix

1-877-318-1177

 922 3rd Avenue Kamloops

DETOX & ADDICTION SERVICES

British Columbia Alcohol and Drug Information Referral Service

(available for people across the province that need help locating alcohol and drug rehab programs)

Discovery House

The Bridge (Kelowna)

Phoenix Centre (Kamloops)

Innervisions Recovery Society

Moms Stop the Harm (Advocacy Network)

AA Meetings List

Google: b.c.yukonaazoommeetings
or visit the link below

NA Meetings List

Addictions Organizations in Canada:

Alcoholics Anonymous
250-490-9216

Narcotics Anonymous
250-490-9215

Alanon & Alateen
250-490-9272

BC Mental Health & Addiction Service,
main office 604-524-7000
www.bcmhas.ca

Community Resources Society, South Okanagan
250-492-5814

Desert Sun Counselling and Resource Centre,
Oliver 250-498-2538
Osoyoos 250-495-2623

Kelowna General Hospital
250-862-4000
Kelowna Mental Health & Addictions
250-868-7788

Keremeos Health Services
250-499-3000
Mental Health and Addictions 250-499-3029

Mental Health, South Okanagan:
Adult Services 250-770-3555
Child and Youth 250-487-4422

Pathways Methadone Clinic
250-492-0400
info@pathwaysaddictions.ca

National Institute on Drug Abuse
teens.drugabuse.gov

Native Band Offices:
Penticton 250-493-0048
Osoyoos 250-498-3444
Keremeos 250-499-5528

Parents, the Anti-Drug
www.theantidrug.com

Penticton Regional Hospital:
General Enquiries 250-492-4000
Psychiatry 250-492-9038

Princeton Alcohol and Drug Counselling
250-295-4449

Princeton General Hospital
250-295-3233

Women’s Emergency Shelters,
South Okanagan 250-493-7233

Victim’s Assistance
250-493-0800
Counselling 250-493-5355