Parent Information

2017-2018 NON-INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS - no classes in session

September 22, October 20, November 3, 24, February 23, April 27, May 18  

InfoChilliwack

​InfoChilliwack is an online inventory of health and social services in Chilliwack.

CHILD AND YOUTH COMMITTEE

Resources for Chilliwack Youth and Families at www.childandyouth.com

CHILLIWACK YOUTH HEALTH CENTRE

The centre has a drop-in, first come first serve basis model for one on one counselling for youth in our community ages 12-26.  The centre is open every Tuesday from 1:00pm-7:00pm at the Neighbourhood Learning Centre adjacent the Chilliwack Secondary School.  

In addition, the drop-in/no referral Medical clinic component of the Chilliwack Youth Health Centre has opened their doors and are operating on Tuesdays as well from 2pm-5pm at the Stolo Nation Health Centre at 7201 Vedder Road. For any further information please call or email at: chilliwackyouthhealthcentre@gmail.com or 604-819-4603

CHILDREN'S GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

A grief support group for children who are dealing with loss.  The group is designed to provide therapeutic and fun activities for 5-13 years old who have experienced the loss of a familymember of friend through death or who currently have a friend or family member dying.  Click here for more details.

IS YOUR CHILD A HEALTHY WEIGHT?

Visit www.bchealthykids.ca for information about MEND and other programs to help you and your family be active and eat healthy.

CHILLIWACK CHILD AND YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH INTAKE CLINIC CHANGES

They are running Walk-in Clinics only on Wednesdays (9:00am to 12:00pm) and (2:00pm to 6:30pm) at their location (8978 School Street, Chilliwack). No appointments and the office is closed on weekends and holidays.  In case of an emergency after hours call your local hospital or 9-1-1.  For more information please contact your counsellor or call Child Youth Mental Health at (604) 702-2311.

ANXIETY

Anxiety is like your body’s smoke alarm – if there is a fire you want it to be going off…if there isn’t then it’s just concerning and can get in the way of every day life.  How can you turn off your smoke alarm if it’s going off when there is no fire?

Check out anxietybc.com OR the mindshift ap for facts and practical tools to help

PARKING PERMITS

Please review the Vehicle Permit Form with your student.  Parking a vehicle on school property is a privilege, not a right.  Permits will be free for the first 2 weeks of Semester 1 and Semester 2, after which you must purchase a permit for $5.00.