Youth to Adult Healthcare Transition Resources
Out of Province Resources
In B.C. regional health authorities govern, plan and deliver health care services. To learn more about services in your area, click on the link to your region.
A provincial crown agency that funds services and supports for people with developmental disabilities to help create communities of belonging and lives with connection.
Speak to a health services navigator, who can help you find health information and services; or connect you directly with a registered nurse, a registered dietitian, a qualified exercise professional, or a pharmacist.
The Medical Services Plan insures medically-required services provided by physicians and supplementary health care practitioners, laboratory services and diagnostic procedures.
Self-management programs offered throughout BC provide information, teach practical skills and give people the confidence to manage their health condition(s).
Information about B.C. government programs and services for people with disabilities.
A province-wide transition initiative to support comprehensive, continuous, accessible, sustainable and developmentally-appropriate care to youth and young adults with chronic health conditions and/or disabilities as they plan, prepare and transfer from pediatric to adult healthcare services.
A medical travel assistance program for B.C. residents who are required to travel outside their home community to obtain non-emergency, physician-referred specialist care.
Provides information for persons with disabilities about Government of Canada programs and services.
Information about the continuum of supports and strategies for children, youth and families in Manitoba.
Information about the transition to adulthood for Manitobans with disabilities.
A web page that Manitoba residents can use to search for programs or services.
Provides residents of the Northwest Territories with access to quality programs, services and supports to assist residents in making informed and productive choices for themselves and their families in regard to education, training, careers, employment and labour, child development, languages, culture and heritage.
Offers information about services and supports that promote, protect, and provide for the health and well-being of the people of the Northwest Territories.
Information about programs and services that support early childhood education, the K-12 school system, as well as adult learning and literacy.
Information about the Income Assistance program, Children & Family Services, and the Poverty Reduction Division.
Information about healthy living for residents of Nunavut as well as health facilities, services and programs.
Canadian Mental Health Association - Transitioning from Youth to Adult Mental Health Services in Ontario
Canadian Mental Health Association - Ontario
Learn about moving from mental health services for youth into the adult services system, and what resources are available in Ontario to help with that change.
Information and resources to help support the move from care at CHEO to care in the adult health care system.
Resources to support planned healthcare transitions from pediatric to adult care.
Information and resources to help youth with chronic health conditions develop the necessary skills and knowledge to advocate for themselves as adults, maintain health-promoting behaviors and utilize adult health-care services appropriately and successfully.
Information about Saskatchewan income support programs, child and family services, and assistance for people with disabilities.
Information about health care for moms and kids in Saskatchewan, supporting their health and well-being as close to home as possible.
The organization responsible for the delivery of high quality and timely health care for the province of Saskatchewan.
Information about Yukon health care, disease prevention, disability services and mental health supports.
Information about social assistance, children's services and community & legal supports in the Yukon.