Community Inclusion & Integration

This Week's Events

For adults (19+ years old) residing in Surrey, White Rock and Delta who are living with a mental illness and want to improve their pre-employment skills and increase self-confidence, in the pursuit of greater independence.
The WEE-R Project provides comprehensive skills training, wellness support and occupation-specific training/certification
to unemployed and precariously employed visible minority and newcomer women.

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.

Please refer to local Clubhouse for more information.

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)...

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

For Refugee claimants and Asylum Seekers, Temporary foreign workers, Post-secondary international students, Provincial nominees awaiting PR, Naturalized Citizens who are actively looking for employment, Temporary residents arriving under the CUAET program looking to pursue pathways to citizenship; increase their ability to enter and thrive in BC's Labour market and establish connections to the workplace and community.
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.

For adults (19+ years old) with developmental disabilities or autism who are looking for community inclusion and skill development. We are a qualified vendor for CLBC.

For children (ages 6-12) living in Surrey who are looking for recreational and leadership opportunities. Self-referral.
Referrals are also accepted from a variety of sources, including - but not limited to, community or health professionals and other agencies.

For youth (ages 16-24) who are interested in producing television features that will assist their peers to make positive life choices, highlight youth in the community, and guide adults in understanding youth culture and issues. Contact 604.592.6226...

For youth (ages 12-18) living in Surrey who are in conflict with the law to learn strategies on how to choose a lifestyle alternative to crime.

A referral is required. Please request one from your Probation Officer.

For youth (ages 16-19) living in Surrey who are looking to develop life skills and become more independent.

A referral is required. Please request one from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

For government or privately-sponsored refugee families with children (ages 6 and under) wanting to learn about parenting in a Canadian context. Contact 778.868.1802.

For adults (19+ years old) residing in Surrey who are living with a mental illness and want to move from a community residential program to independent living.

A referral is required. Please request one from Surrey Mental Health.

For adults (19+ years old) residing in Surrey, who are living with mental illness and need long-term housing.

A referral is required. Please request one from Surrey Mental Health.

For youth (ages 17-21) who want to improve their life skills and need rental assistance.

A referral is required. Please request one from Child and Youth Mental Health.

For adults (19+ years old) living in Surrey/White Rock/Delta with a mental illness who are looking for shared accommodations or rent subsidies, as they work toward independent living. 
For adults (19+ years old) living in Surrey/White Rock/Delta with a mental illness and want to improve their life skills.

For immigrants, refugees, protected persons, temporary residents (refugee claimants, TFWs and international students), naturalized citizens and their children, living in Surrey and Delta searching for tools and the knowledge necessary to establish...

Including but not limited to other community or health professionals, other agencies.

Any individual, organization or company in Canada or the US. Locally we serve Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Vancouver, New Westminster, but you don't need to be local. We can help you if you live anywhere in Canada or the US. Send us an email or give...

For Permanent Residents, Refugees and Protected persons living in Surrey and Delta who need help finding employment.
For refugees and immigrants, who are living in Surrey or Delta, have multiple needs (i.e., health, housing, financial, etc.) and significant integration barriers (i.e., language, education, life skills, etc.).
For permanent residents, refugees, protected persons and live-in-caregivers who require support to settle and adjust to their new life in Canada. Contact 604.572.4060.

For children and youth (ages 5-18), living in Surrey or Langley, with developmental and/or physical disabilities and/or autism who need one-on-one support in a community setting.

A referral is required. Please get a referral through your Child and Youth Support Needs (CYSN) social worker.

For children and youth (ages 5-18) with developmental and/or physical disabilities and/or autisim who need group recreational activities to improve social skills and develop friendships with peers.

A referral is required. Please request one from the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

For women who have experienced, or are at risk of abuse, threats, or violence in an intimate relationship, or women who have experienced historical sexual abuse and sexual assault, looking for one-on-one support and guidance. Contact 604.572.5883.

Anyone can refer but screening is required prior to admission.

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