Announcement

Please note that Service Coordination support is not a fee based service.

If you would like the assistance of a Service Coordinator to support a Jordan’s Principle request, please contact a regional or community-based Service Coordinator. You will not be charged a fee for this service.  This service is provided as a support for children, youth, and their families, and is intended to alleviate barriers that might arise when completing and submitting Jordan’s Principle requests.

Service Coordinators in BC will NOT charge fees for their support.


If you require immediate support regarding a Jordan’s Principle request between December 20, 2021 and January 4, 2022 and cannot connect with your Service Coordinator please contact the Jordan’s Principle National Call Centre available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:
Jordan’s Principle Call Centre: 1-855-JP-CHILD (1-855-572-4453)
Teletypewriter: 1-866-553-0554
Please note that on weekends and statutory holidays the BC Region duty phone is monitored from 8:00am PST to 3:00pm PST to help with urgent and time sensitive requests and can be reached at 1-778-951-0716.

Welcome to “the Hub”

The Jordan’s Principle Enhanced Service Coordination (ESC) Hub for British Columbia (BC) or “the Hub” is hosted by the BC Aboriginal Child Care Society (BCACCS) and delivered in partnership with Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).

The Hub provides a centralized support network for Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinators working across the province. Service Coordinators are based in community and work directly with children and families to help access existing products, services, and supports, and to submit Jordan’s Principle and Inuit Child First Initiative requests where appropriate.

What is Jordan’s Principle?

Jordan’s Principle is a child-first principle, named in memory of Jordan River Anderson, a young boy from Norway House Cree Nation in Manitoba, to ensure First Nations children get the services they need when they need them.

Requests for funding under Jordan’s Principle can help with a wide range of health, social, and educational needs, including the unique needs that First Nations Two-Spirit and LGBTQQIA children and those with disabilities may have.

To learn more about how to access funding through Jordan’s Principle and the Inuit Child First Initiative, or get help making a request, please contact a Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinator.

What services are eligible for funding under Jordan’s Principle?

Services and products eligible for funding include, but are not limited to, health, social/cultural, and educational supports.

How to make a Jordan’s Principle Request in BC

Jordan’s Principle Service Coordinators are available to help BC First Nations children and families access existing publicly funded products, services, and supports, and to assist with preparing and submitting requests to Jordan’s Principle.

Service Coordinator Directory