Date: December 17, 2019
Re: Office Closure: Christmas Break
All offices will be closed Monday, December 23, 2019 – Friday, January 3, 2020. Offices will re-open Monday, January 6, 2020.
FOR EMERGENCIES CALL 911
For non-emergencies call your local police detachment:
North Vancouver: 604-985-1311
West Vancouver: 604-925-7300
Squamish Nation Main Office Security:
604-980-4553 / toll free 1-877-628-2288
Band member emergency services:
604-505-3776 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Squamish Valley Administration:
Cell Phone: 1- 604-374-1126
Calls will be directed to on-call emergency staff
Michelle George 604-849-0191
Ayas Men Men Child & Family Services:
Kelly McReynolds: 604-785-7382
Help Line For Children: (no area code) 310-1234
Ministry after-hours: 604-660-4927
Community Operations Team (home repair emergencies such as flooding, heat, electrical):
NV Emergency Line (maintenance): 604-690-0729
Squamish Valley (maintenance): 604-815-7116
All other issues email: email@example.com
Yuustway Health Services, Home and Community Care Manager:
Kuu-Us Crisis Line (Youth/Adult): 1-800-588-8717 (24 hours)
Alcoholics Anonymous: 604-434-3933 (24 hours)
Narcotics Anonymous: 604-873-1018 (24 hours)
Access 1 Detox Referral Line: 1-866-658-1221
Suicide Distress 1-800-784-2433
Squamish Nation Peacekeepers:
North Vancouver: 604-985-6147
Squamish Valley: 604-892-9411
Vancouver Coastal Health Jump Start Program (604) 984-3795.
Address: 148 15th Street E, North Vancouver, V7L 2R1.
Provides counselling and therapy to youth with drug and alcohol issues.
Therapeutic Day Program: 604-903-2624
Adult Assessment and Treatment Services: 604-904-3540
An interdisciplinary team providing professional mental health treatment services to individuals 19 years of age and older with psychiatric and psychosocial problems. Our treatment services include group and individual therapy, as well as psychopharmacology when indicated. All prospective patients are required to have a referral form from their family physician.
resources in your community
If you, or someone in your care, has chest pains, difficulty breathing or severe bleeding, it could be life-threatening. Call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.
Further emergency contact information for physical &
mental health resources are available:
Poison Control Phone:
HealthLink BC: 24-hour,
confidential health information and advice.
Phone: 811 Deaf or
hearing-impaired: 1-866-889-4700 Web:
BC 211: 24/7 information and referral regarding community,
government and social services in BC
Services Include Alcohol and Drug Information and Referrel Services (ADIRS),
Problem Gambling Help Line, VictimLink BC, and Youth Against Violence line.
Phone: 211 For Deaf or Hearing Impaired:
604-875-0885 Web: www.bc211.ca