Print and Video Resources
Go here to watch a short video on Internet Safety: Rules of the Road for Kids (Commonsense Media).
Think Again is a documentary about new trends in the recruitment and exploitation of youth in Vancouver.
COS offers prevention and education programs to communities and schools throughout the province of British Columbia. Programs include workshops, education and awareness initiatives, and support for parents and guardians of sexually exploited children and youth.
An initiative of Children of the Street Society with the goal of stopping predators from soliciting sex from children and youth online.
SOLOS works to positively educate children, youth and adults about online safety, By providing pro-social and non-shaming values based workshops & presentations. The website provides current and relevant information and tools for youth, parents and educators to help keep children and youth safe online.
Onyx provides voluntary support to youth who are under the age of 19 years old who are or have been sexually exploited. To access this support, youth can self refer, or can be refereed by any community organization
Vancouver Community Action Team (VCAT)
VCAT is an initiative of the Onyx Program is a network of local service providers working together to promote awareness and prevention of the sexual exploitation of children and youth. Contact email@example.com for more information VCAT
KIDS Help Phone 1-800-668-6868
Anonymous and confidential information and support for children and youth. Open 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week.
YouthInBC.com 604-872-3311 or 1-866-661-3311
Connects youth with support, information and resources. One-on-one support is available online 7 days a week from 12pm-1am or over the phone 24 hrs/day, 7 days/week.
Youth clinics are free and confidential for youth up to 24 years old, and offer counselling and support on all medical, health, sexual and wellness-related issues. No appointment (usually), Care Card or parental accompaniment required. For locations and schedules click here
Sexual Exploitation Toolkit (Justice Institute of BC)