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Resources & Links

North Island Hospital Comox Valley

250-331-5900

Click HERE to visit the webpage

X-Ray
Monday - Friday 7:00am - 5:30pm
Saturday 8:00am - 3:00pm

Life Labs

12 - 1599 Cliff Ave,
Courtenay, BC
​Phone: 1-800-431-7206

 

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:00pm
Saturday 7:30am - 11:30am

Click HERE to visit the webpage

Hospital Laboratory
Monday - Friday 6:30am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
Phone: 250-331-5950

Courtenay Clinic Lab

307A 14th St
Courtenay, B.C.

​Phone: 1-866-370-8355

Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3:30pm

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Foundry Comox Valley offers young people 12-24 access to mental health and substance use support, primary care, peer support and social services.

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​Please note: Our practice is currently at capacity and we are unable to accept additional patients. Please use link above to be connected to the Comox Valley Registry. ​ The Comox Valley Primary Care Network (PCN) team is working with clinics in your community to help you find a family doctor or nurse practitioner.  ​ You can register with the Health Connect Registry if you, your family, or a person in your care lives in one of the following Comox Valley communities: Courtenay, Comox, Cumberland, Comox Valley Regional District, Denman Island, or Hornby Island.

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The best source of up-to-date information on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in British Columbia is the BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC). Click the link above to visit their webpage. We strongly encourage you to practice physical distancing. If you need general information about COVID-19 you can call 1-888-COVID-19 or text 604-630-0300. If you are experiencing symptoms of COVID19, you may contact 811 (HealthLink BC) to speak to a licensed health professional about next steps.

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People across Canada can call and text 9-8-8, a new three-digit service, for help when they need it most. The service offers trauma-informed and culturally affirming support to anyone who is thinking of suicide, or who is worried about someone they know. While the focus of 9-8-8 is on suicide prevention, no one who reaches out to the service will be turned away. Whoever you are, wherever you are located in Canada, by calling or texting 9-8-8 you can connect with a trained responder who’s ready to listen without judgement. In the face of increased demand for crisis services, 9-8-8 provides: A number that’s easy to remember in a crisis situation. Support in English and in French, by phone and text. Quick access to support from trained responders, available 24/7/365. High quality, evidence-based, equitable suicide prevention and crisis support for everyone in Canada.

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To help ensure everyone in the Comox Valley gets the care they need in the event of a catastrophic event, the Comox Valley Division of Family Practice has developed a detailed emergency response plan. Based on strategic locations throughout the region, we have identified clinics which can serve as Disaster First Aid Stations (DFAS) to provide triage and as treatment centres for ambulatory patients.

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The North Island Gender Care Clinic provides specialized services to Two-spirit, transgender, non-binary, and gender diverse persons aged 19 years and older living in North Vancouver Island (Bowser north). A GENDER AFFIRMING APPROACH TO CARE We believe that clients are the drivers in their own journey. We respect each person’s gender identity & expression. We see our role as supporting clients to reach their gender-affirming goals. Open, honest, and confidential communication to deliver gender-affirming care. The Gender Care Clinic is made up of a team of doctors, a nurse, a social worker, and peers that will support: Surgical care planning assessments and referrals for gender affirming surgeries. Hormone care planning assessment, hormone initiation and short-term follow-up Pre & post-surgical care Peer support

Additional Resources & Links

Links

Disability Resources

Medical EI

Parking Permit

Disability Tax Credit

Mental Health

Mental Health - Comox Valley

9-8-8

HealthyMinds

Anxiety Canada

Bounce Back BC

CBT Skills

VI Crisis

Mental Fitness Apps

 

 

Adolescence Health

Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868

Youth in BC Crisis Chat

Valley Child

Men's Health

Prostate Screening

Erectile Dysfunction

Women's Health

Cervical Screening

Menopause

Pregnant in the Comox Valley

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Phone Numbers

Suicide Crisis Helpline - Call or Text 9-8-8

RCMP Non-Emergency 250-338-1321

RCMP Victim Services 250-334-5979

BC Drug and Poison Control 1-800-567-8911

Emergency Helpline for women - Lilli House - 250-338-1227

Vancouver Island Crisis Line 1-888-494-3888

Crisis Chat & Text (evenings 6pm-10pm) 250-800-3806

John Howard Society of North Island (Youth) 250-338-7341

BC Emergency Social Services 1-800-585-9559

Legal Aid BC 1-866-577-2525

Mediate BC Society 1-877-656-1300

Ministry of Children and Family Development 250-334-5820

Comox Valley Family Services 250-338-7575

Comox Valley Hospice Society 250-339-5533

Comox Valley Nursing Centre 250-331-8502

Alcoholics Anonymous Comox Valley 250-338-8042

Al-Anon/Alateen 1-888-425-2666

Alano Club Comox Valley 250-338-0041

Narcotics Anonymous 1-844-484-6772

Comox Valley Food Bank 250-338-0615

Connect Warming Shelter 250-218-3975

Comox Valley Understanding Men (support) 250-331-8502

Emergency Shelter - Pidcock House - 250-338-2533

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