Appointments:

Vine Youth Clinic is reopening for appointments only on June 2nd, 2021 at 2pm

No patients will be seen without an appointment – no dropins

If you have been requested by a staff member to attend the clinic in person – please call from outside the building when you arrive at – 604-542-3926

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General Wellness:

Please consult your family doctor, or check out medimap.ca for walk-in clinics, wait times, and doctors who are taking new patients.

For the latest Covid-19 testing information, visit HealthLink BC‘s resource at https://www.healthlinkbc.ca/covid-19/testing

Sexual Health:

Options for Sexual Health clinics provide birth control, STI testing, pregnancy testing, education and information. The nearest clinic is right across the street from us at 15476 Vine Avenue, White Rock, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm on Mondays. Closed for statutory holidays. Closed December 21 and 28. Call 604-731-4252 between 9:00am and 4:00pm to book an appointment. www.optionsforsexualhealth.org

GetCheckedOnline is a free, easy to access service offered by the BCCDC. It is available in Vancouver and a few other communities in BC. For more information, please visit their website at www.getcheckedonline.com

For any sexual health related questions, call the Sex Sense Line toll-free at 1-800-739-7367

Mental Health:

White Rock/South Surrey CYMH (Child and Youth Mental Health) offers a mental health walk-in clinic for an initial intake session. Here, children and young people receive a same-day assessment in a confidential environment, and this offers guidance towards determining what services would be most suitable for the child, young person and/or family or caregivers. 9:00am to 5:00pm, Monday to Friday, at 15455 Vine Avenue. Call 604-542-3900 for more information, or visit www.cymhwrss.com

Foundry is offering virtual, drop-in counselling, peer support, and group offerings. www.foundrybc.ca for more info.

Kids Help Phone can be contacted 24/7 for confidential counselling and support. 1-800-668-6868, or text 686-868. www.kidshelpphone.ca

Other:

Surrey Youth Clinic is open to youth, with free contraception available up to age 19. Due to the COVID-19 response, clinic availability is subject to change.  Please call the clinic in advance.  Do not go to the clinic without calling first. 9634 King George Boulevard, Surrey. 604-585-5999. Visit their website for hours and information.

Reconnect Youth program includes one-to-one support, outreach and groups for youth, as well as lots of information and resources for youth and their families. Youth workers work with youth to develop strengths, work on goals and connect with community. The program is free, voluntary and confidential. Reconnect also offers one-to-one parent support and workshops. Download the brochure here.  For more information or to make a referral, call 604-538-5060 or email reconnect@alexhouse.net.

Please note: This website has the most current information about our schedule.  Our facebook page has malfunctioned and is out of date. 
We will update this website as soon as we are ready to start booking again.
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Vine Youth Clinic

 

Vine Youth Clinic provides free and confidential health care for youth aged 12 to 21.  Doctors, Nurse, and Youth Worker available to provide consultations to address your health and wellness concerns, such as:

    • General Health – including acne, colds, coughs, muscular and joint pains.
    • Sexual Health – including consultation and provision of appropriate birth control, STI testing, pap tests, pregnancy testing and counselling
    • Mental Health and Substance Misuse –  Family physicians can provide consultation and/or referrals for issues including depression, stress disorders, anxiety, eating disorders, and substance misuse.
    • Individual support to youth is provided through Youth Workers, from Alexandra Neighbourhood House, who can support a range of concerns including peers, education, housing, employment, family life, and access to other needs.
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