Helpful Resources & Websites

Featured Resources

Pathways New Westminster - Tri-Cities
A community service directory for the Tri-Cities and New Westminster. A wealth of resources for families in the Tri-Cities. Click on the type of service that you're looking for and you will see a list of organizations that offer services in the community.

Don't forget to use our interactive community resource map to find resources in your area.

For Parents

  • Media Smarts
    Canada's centre for digital and media literacy includes topics on cyber security, cyber bullying at more.
  • About Kids Health
    Providing information on health for children, youth and their caregivers.
  • Canadian Mental Health Association
    Facilitates access to the resources for people to improve mental health.
  • Caring For Kids
    Information for parents from Canada's paediatricians
  • Family Smart
    FamilySmart® comes along-side young people and families to provide support, navigation assistance and information and then invites them and professionals to come-alongside each other to learn with and from each other to enhance the quality of experiences and services for child and youth mental health.

  • Kelty Mental Health Centre
    Helps families across the province navigate the mental health system, listen and offer peer support, and connect them to resources and tools.

  • KidsHealth
    Providing doctor-reviewed advice, easy-to-follow articles, slideshows, videos and more.
  • Just For You - Parents (Government of Canada)
    A wide variety of resources about your health and related matters
  • Parachute
    An organization dedicated to preventing injuries and saving lives. They have a vast number of resources including information on car seats, concussions, drowning prevention and more.
  • Public Health Agency of Canada - Child Health

For Professionals

These resources offer information on various topics related to children. When evaluating parenting resources ask:

  • Who is the author?
  • Is the information current? 
  • Is it from a reputable source?
  • Is it based on a respectful approach to parenting? 
  • Is it research based? 
  • Does it fit with your values, beliefs and knowledge of your children?