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Gaining Independence

Options' Clubhouses

Eligibility criteria

For adults (19+ years old) living in Delta with a mental illness and want a safe, supportive environment to socialize, participate in recreational activities, learn employment skills, and increase community involvement.

 

Can you access the program directly?
No. Please refer to local Clubhouse for more information.
Other referral options

Please refer to local Clubhouse for more information.

Community Inclusion & Integration

Options' Clubhouses

Eligibility criteria

For adults (19+ years old) living in Delta with a mental illness and want a safe, supportive environment to socialize, participate in recreational activities, learn employment skills, and increase community involvement.

 

Can you access the program directly?
No. Please refer to local Clubhouse for more information.
Other referral options

Please refer to local Clubhouse for more information.

Assisted Living Programs

Eligibility criteria

Potential residents of Options' Assisted Living program are referred by Fraser Health Authority (FHA) through a Housing Application Residential/Tertiary (HART) referral. The HART referral is sent to the Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use (MHSU) for their review. The Assisted Living Program does not accept referrals directly, all inquiries regarding program eligibility will be referred to FHA.

Can you access the program directly?
No. Referral is required. Please connect with Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use to find out more information.
Other referral options

Referral is required. Please connect with Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use to find out more information.

BC Settlement and Integration Services

Eligibility criteria

For refugees, temporary foreign workers, post-secondary international students and provincial nominees looking to pursue pathways to citizenship; increase ability to enter and thrive in BC’s Labour market and establish connections to the workplace and community. 604.954.0484

 

Can you access the program directly?
Yes.

Multicultural Family Preservation Program

Eligibility criteria

For families with children (ages 18 and under) living in Surrey, Delta, White Rock, and Langley who are looking for free, short-term counselling and support in Arabic, Punjabi, Mandarin, and/or Tagalog.

Can you access the program directly?
No.

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

Other referral options

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

For My Family

Domestic Violence Intervention Program

Eligibility criteria

Fathers who have physically / emotionally abused or neglected their children and / or exposed them to abusive choices of behaviour towards their mother.

Mothers who have experienced abuse in their intimate relationships

Referral Process

Dads
Referrals from Ministry of Children and Family Development are given priority. Referrals from Adult Probation, other community resources as well as self-referrals are considered next if space allows. Social workers and other community workers can refer clients to the program by completing the referral form. (Click here for the Referral Form.) For self-referred clients, please call the program manager on 604.809.5742

Moms
Social workers and other community workers can refer clients to the program by completing the referral form. (Click here for the Referral Form.) For self-referred clients, please call 604.785.0177.

 

Can you access the program directly?
Yes.

BC Settlement and Integration Services

Eligibility criteria

For refugees, temporary foreign workers, post-secondary international students and provincial nominees looking to pursue pathways to citizenship; increase ability to enter and thrive in BC’s Labour market and establish connections to the workplace and community. 604.954.0484

 

Can you access the program directly?
Yes.

Multicultural Family Preservation Program

Eligibility criteria

For families with children (ages 18 and under) living in Surrey, Delta, White Rock, and Langley who are looking for free, short-term counselling and support in Arabic, Punjabi, Mandarin, and/or Tagalog.

Can you access the program directly?
No.

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

Other referral options

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

Finding Work

BC Settlement and Integration Services

Eligibility criteria

For refugees, temporary foreign workers, post-secondary international students and provincial nominees looking to pursue pathways to citizenship; increase ability to enter and thrive in BC’s Labour market and establish connections to the workplace and community. 604.954.0484

 

Can you access the program directly?
Yes.

Crisis

Multicultural Family Preservation Program

Eligibility criteria

For families with children (ages 18 and under) living in Surrey, Delta, White Rock, and Langley who are looking for free, short-term counselling and support in Arabic, Punjabi, Mandarin, and/or Tagalog.

Can you access the program directly?
No.

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

Other referral options

A referral is required. Please call the MCFD centralized intake number, 604.660.4927.

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