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Child and Youth Mental Health Substance Use Referral Helper

The Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use Referral Helper referralmap.crh-er.ca is an online resource developed by the Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice under the CYMHSU Collaborative to support clinicians in discharge planning for children and youth who present to the Campbell River Emergency Department.  Designed for use by Physicians, Medical Residents, Locums, Crisis Teams, Social Work and Aboriginal Health; it can also be used by other professionals needing information on resources and referral pathways to CR Community services including island-wide resources for Aboriginal services.

 

The tool has 4 main referrals streams:

  • Mental Health
  • Substance Use
  • Sexual Assault
  • Child Protection.

Based on the referral stream selected, the Referral Helper presents the user with a few short questions and then proposes the most appropriate referral options. Supporting documents such as assessments and screening tools are organized by referral stream for easy access and reference.

Simply click on referralmap.crh-er.ca to access and feel free to share. Please note that all information contained on the site has been checked for accuracy to the best of our ability. Organizations/agencies will be asked to verify content ongoing to maintain current and accurate information. The site will be in a pilot phase until March 2018.

 

Local Action Team Supports Child and Youth Mental Health

September 12, 2017

Tracy Kennedy was becoming increasingly alarmed by the rates of youth suicide in Campbell River.  As the as Director of Instruction, Student Services & Safe Schools for School District 72, knew that something had to be done. “Our community has had enough suicides,” said Kennedy. “We need to do whatever we can to keep our kids safe."

Kennedy had heard about an exciting new initiative called the Child and Youth Mental Health and Substance Use (CYMHSU) Collaborative ... she reached out to Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice Executive Director Christine Colbert.

Read Full Press Release: Campbell River Local Action Team Supports Child and Youth Mental Health.pdf



Community Enjoys FETCHing Resource!
Campbell River Mirror

February 10, 2016

The Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice has launched Year Two of “FETCH,” a community web-based resource that helps the public and health care providers access comprehensive information about community health and social services in the region.

 

FETCH (For Everything That’s Community Health) is an online, public, user-friendly, searchable website at campbellriver.fetchbc.ca. Starting Feb. 12, Shaw’s Ch. 4 will air a feature on this valuable community resource. Read t​he full story >

Watch the video (compliments of Shaw TV) >



Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice Launches FETCH
A Public Online Resource for Community Health and Social Services


August 13, 2015
The Campbell River and District Division of Family Practice is pleased to announce the launch of “FETCH” (For Everything That’s Community Health). FETCH is a new, community web-based resource that helps the public and health care providers access comprehensive information about community health and social services in the Campbell River area. Read the full press release >

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Christine Colbert
Executive Director
(250) 897-2358
ccolbert@divisionsbc.ca

Emma Hansen
Operations Coordinator
(250) 286-7100  ext 67208
​ehansen@divisionsbc.ca

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Campbell River & District Division of Family Practice
375 2nd Avenue
ADMIN: CRG 0308
Campbell River, BC
V9W 3V1
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FETCH: an online directory of health and social services developed as a resource for physicians, allied health care providers, community services and residents throughout the region. Please direct inquiries to FETCH the administrator at Campbell River FETCH Administrator

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