Need help now? Call the crisis line anytime at 1-800-784-2433 or 310-6789.
The province has expanded existing mental health supports and launched new services to support those with anxiety, depression and other mental health challenges due to COVID 19 stresses. April 29th – the BC website was just updated to support everyone virtually.
Find out more about: Living Life to the Full, Bounce Back, SafeCareBC for front line workers, Peer Support, Mental Health Check-ins, and more!
Child Care for essential services workers
Revelstoke Child Care Resource & Referral support is available for working parents who provide essential services, including: Affordable Child Care Benefit information and support, and referrals to child care services. Support is also available for child care providers. Via email only: firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
Up to date information for ALL parents and families regarding child care, including benefit programs & answers to important questions.
Community Connections (Revelstoke) Society
Adapted programming is available including: counselling services, supported child and infant development services, housing outreach, tenant support at Monashee Court, Social Justice Advocate, women’s support services, Food Recovery & Food Bank (see food access points info below).
To access services call (250) 837-2920. To refer, call or email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (250)837-2909. For residents needing services who are not able to leave home, please call and services can be arranged.
416 2nd Street West
P. (250) 837-2920
COVID and you – support & resources
Find information about COVID-19, how to protect yourself, your family and your community and what to do if you suspect you have the virus (BC Centre for Disease Control).
IH COVID-19 Information for communities webpage
COVID and vulnerable groups resource
COVID-19 Guidance for Service Providers (April 4, 2020)
Tips for working with people with diverse abilities
CBT webinars and other supports for non-profit organizations
**Complete summary of provincial and federal supports. For assistance with provincial supports contact Kimberly Rees, Community Integration Specialist. For assistance with other supports, contact Erin MacLachlan at Community Connections (Society) Revelstoke.
Connecting volunteers with isolated community members – The Revelstoke Hospice Society, Women’s Shelter and Community Response Network are partnering to provide companionship as well as assistance in accessing essential goods and services . Volunteers will call, text, email or video chat with an isolated person in the community regularly and share a meaningful connection. Volunteers can also assist with grocery shopping, getting mail or other simple needs. To refer yourself or others, please complete the intake forms below. More information.
RWSS Distancing Services Referral
Volunteer Support Calls Referral
Financial support for Okanagan College students
Free internet program for low income families – Telus Internet for Good
Rent Supplements – information and application process. Not available to anyone currently receiving a rent supplement or on disability or income assistance.
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic
Revelstoke residents 12+ are now eligible for 1st and 2nd dose vaccination on an ongoing basis. Adults are eligible for 3rd doses upon receiving a notification of eligibility. For more information and to register online, see the page on How to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
To make an appointment by phone in Revelstoke for a COVID-19 vaccination, call 1-833-838-2323. The call center operates seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. This option is suitable for those without a Personal Health Number.
For online registration with your BC personal health number, please visit the Get Vaccinated BC Page
First and second doses of the vaccine are available on a walk-up basis at the Revelstoke Community Centre Vaccination Site, for those aged 12+. Children under the age of 12 require pre-registration for their vaccination appointments.
Family members or those who provide trusted support can call in to register eligible seniors for a vaccine appointment. IH also ask that family and friends of seniors in these age groups have only one designated family member or support person call to book appointments for people in this age group.
Our WorkBC Centre in Revelstoke has transitioned to providing remote services. Staff are available to meet by phone or in-person during our regular office hours, Mondays & Tuesdays 8:30 am – 4:30 pm and Wednesdays 10:30 am – 6:30 pm. See also WorkBC Online Employment portal.
Contact (250) 814-0244 for assistance with online services, intake, and to set up an appointment. Please advise by phone if you do not have computer access.
As always, we encourage employers to make us aware of any hiring needs, and let us know if needs are urgent such as delivery drivers, cleaning services, and grocery clerks. This way we can make clients aware of job opportunities and post jobs to our site and Facebook page.
Community Connections Food Bank and Food Recovery Program food distribution at the new location: 416 Second St. West. Anyone who is experiencing food insecurity is welcome to visit the program.
Food Pick Up
Mon 10am – 1pm
Wed 4pm – 6pm
Fri 10am – 12pm
Mon 10am – 1pm
Wed 3pm – 6pm
Friday 10am – 12pm