Options Community Services is a non-profit society and registered charity dedicated to making a difference. We are committed to empowering individuals, supporting families and promoting community health. Everyday, we aim to achieve these goals through a wide variety of programs and projects.



Feb 22, 2018
Look for important information on cyberbullying in Friday Surrey Now edition
Bullying, at some point, affects everyone. But how people, especially children, can be bullied has changed dramatically with technology. In honour of Anti-bullying Day on February 28th, Options Community Services is sharing Emily's story, and the serious consequences of cyber bullying.

Do you know a child who may be at risk? Click here to see the warning signs.
Feb 2, 2018
Calling all children 14 and under - help name 13 adorable German Shepherd pups

 RCMP showed off two of the four-legged recruits at their B.C. headquarters in Surrey, Thursday. The deadline for entries is Feb. 28, and winners will be announced April 10. Click for more...

Jan 31, 2018
Is a child you know at risk for cyberbullying
One out of every five girls and one out of every ten boys has been cyber-bullied in the last year in BC, according to the McCreary Centre Society report Untangling the Web: Online Safety and Sexting Among BC Youth.