Find safe consumption sites, crisis lines, meetings, programs where you can connect with others with mental illness and more.

310—Mental Health Support Line
Tel: 310-6789 
Provides emotional support, information and resources specific to mental health. Can call 24 hours a day. Simply dial 310-6789 w/o putting 604 or 778 in front of the number. Also have resources on web.

Alcohol and Drug Counselling @ Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of BC
10757 – 138 St., Surrey, BC V3T 4K8
Tel: 604-221-6155
Counselling services that help aboriginal people achieve a healthy and satisfying lifestyle free from alcohol and drug use and misuse.

Alcohol & Drug Information Referral Service
Tel: 604-660-9382
Provides free, confidential information and referral services to British Columbians in need of support with any kind of substance use issue (alcohol or other drugs). Referral to community substance use treatment services is available for all ages. Information available from ADIRS includes prevention resources, support groups, and addiction related topics such as fetal alcohol syndrome. Free, multilingual telephone assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Anxiety Canada & the Mindshift App
Good anxiety resources, links to available local program and a free app to help manage anxiety.

Astra
Assists youth who would like to change their relationship with alcohol and/or drugs through outreach and individual counselling. Provide services to you that are based on your goals and needs. You may want to work towards a healthy body, improving emotional health, family/significant relationships, friends, education, employment, legal issues, or housing. We can talk with you about harm reduction, using less, or stopping using. Provides distribution and training in the use of naloxone kits. 

Bounce Back
Tel: 1-866-639-0522  bounceback@cmha.bc.ca
Free skill-building program designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry. Delivered online or over the phone with a coach, you will get access to tools that will support you on your path to mental wellness. Created by the Canadian Mental Health Association.

CACCF Virtual Addiction Counselling
Tel: 1-866-624-1911           info@caccf.ca
Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federations is offering free counselling. Get the help you need virtually by online chatting, phone call, or internet call (audio or Video) with a counsellor. Visit www.caccf.ca to book an appointment for a free session 9am – 9pm, 7 days a week. 

Clubhouses
The clubhouse program serves adults living with a mental illness. Provides a safe, supportive environment where you can socialize, learn employment skills and take part in fun recreational activities. Referrals through Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use, White Rock Mental Health and Substance Use. Call Surrey Mental Health at 604-953-4900 for registration.
Surrey Clubhouse—New Frontier
9803-140 St. Surrey, BC
Tel: 604-581-6177 (Pat)   patricia.stjean@options.bc.ca
Delta Clubhouse—The Roost
13582 - 68th Avenue Surrey, BC V3W 6M3
Tel: 604-597-8610  preetika.royal@options.bc.ca
The Whale House
15877 Pacific Avenue, White Rock, B.C. V4B 1S8
Tel: 604-536-3480 leeann.gardiner@options.bc.ca

The Easy Does It Club
7277 King George Surrey BC
Tel: 778-564-7277
Hosts 12 step based programs for a variety of addictions.

Foundry
Find online information on mental health issues, life skills and coping strategies. Also find ways to get support in your community.

Fraser Health Crisis Line
Tel: 604-951-8855  Toll Free: 1-877-820-7444
Offers 24 hour support, crisis intervention and resource information.

Fraser Health—Mental Health & Substance Use Services
Delta North:

129-6345 120th Street Delta B.C
Tel: 604-592-3700​
Surrey: 
Gateway Station Tower, 11th Floor  13401 - 108th Ave., Surrey BC
Tel: 604-953-4900
White Rock/South Surrey
Peace Arch Hospital - Russell Annex 15521 Russell Ave White Rock
Tel: 604-541-6844
Provides community mental health and substance use services to individuals 19 or older. Wide range of services.

Fraser Health Substance Use Services—Adult Outpatient
Offers outpatient support recovery programs to individuals coping with drug and alcohol addictions. Also offers support to affected friends and family. Trained professionals offer free, confidential information, assessment, counseling and referral. Day and evening programs available. 76th ave location offers the program in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu and Spanish only.
#102-13670 94A Avenue, Surrey
Tel: 604-580-4950
13455 76 Ave, Surrey
Tel: 604-547-1202

Here to Help
Tel: 310-6789
Good information on a variety of mental health topics. Here to Help has a good resource on navigating anxiety during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Kid's Help Line
Tel: 1-800-668-6868
Provides phone and text support to young people in both English and French. Also has good articles on their website about a variety of topics. For text help, CONNECT to 686868

KUU-US Crisis Line Society
Tel: 250-723-4050 (Adults/Elders)
Tel: 250-723-2040 (Child/Youth)
Tel: 1-800-588-8717 (Toll-free)
Provides 24/7 culturally-aware crisis support to Indigenous people in B.C.

Langley Youth Hub
6275 203rd Street Langley BC
Tel: 604-546-1130  
Have a range of programs including harm reduction and substance use support, mental health help, and life skills. Offers medical care, counseling, peer support and mentorship, social skills development, and more. Also have free meals for youths ages 12-24 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:00 to 6:00PM. Visit the website for full calendar and more information.

Lookout Mobile Health Van
10697 135A St. Surrey BC
Tel:  604-328-7610   positivepoint@lookoutsociety.ca
Mobile harm reduction outreach program. Harm reduction supplies, naloxone training and kits. Mobile Van runs 7 days a week, 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM. Positive Point distributes  clean needles from the address listed. Seven days a week, noon to 4:00 PM.

Mental Health Consumer Advocacy Program
#102-13771 72A Ave Surrey BC V3W 9C6
Tel: 604-596-2311 
Help for people self-identifying as having a mental illness. Provides advocacy services in dealing with income assistance, disability benefits, housing and CPPD.

Phoenix Society
13686-94A Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3V 1N1
Tel: 604-583-7166   
Wide range of services to help men and women exit the cycle of addiction, unemployment and homelessness.

Roshni Clinic
Suite 101 13670 94 A Ave. Surrey BC
Tel: 604-580-4950
Supportive adult (19 years and older) program for men and women of the South Asian community. Helps with issues involving alcohol and drug use. Services are provided in English, Punjabi and Hindi by health care providers who specialize in substance use disorder. Located within the Quibble Creek site.

Safepoint Supervised Consumption Site
2-10681 135A Street Surrey, BC V3T 4E3
Tel: 604-587-7898
Supervised consumption site monitored by a health care professional who can immediately treat overdoses. Provides harm reduction supplies, education and referrals to other social supports. Needle exchange; disposal of used needles. Open 7 am to 1 am daily.

Sobering & Assessment Centre @ Quibble Creek
Suite 101 13670 94 A Ave. Surrey BC 
Tel: 604-580-4965
A 24/7 client-centered program that addresses immediate needs for a safe environment to sober up. Maximum stay 23 hours. 20 individual mats for males, 4 mats for females, and 1 mat for youth (16+) available. Connects clients with services. Has a witnessed injection services site for clients from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM daily. Used needle drop off site. Safer injection kits, and harm reduction supplies available upon request 24 hrs/day.

Suicide Help Line
Tel: 1-800-Suicide or 1-800-784-2433    
Trained volunteers provide emotional crisis support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in over 140 languages. Also chat services  available online as well as other crisis lines. 

Virtual Substance Use & Psychiatry Service from the First Nations Health Authority
Tel: 604-693-6500
Provides Indigenous people in BC with access to specialists in addictions medicine and psychiatry. This is a referral-based service and is available at no cost to all people in BC who identify as being Indigenous. This service is also available to the family members of Indigenous people, even if they are non-status. 

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