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OVERVIEW

The Fraser Valley region covers more than 1.5 million people - a third of the BC population - and is BC's largest and fastest growing region. The Fraser Health Authority divides the region into Fraser East (Abbotsford, Mission, Chilliwack, Hope and Agassiz), Fraser North (New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Anmore, Belcarra), and Fraser South (Surrey, White Rock, Delta, Langley).

A map of the Fraser Valley region shows the major municipalities within Fraser boundaries.

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OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT OR CONTRACTED AGENCIES - FRASER REGION

ABBOTSFORD - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Abbotsford Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues contact Abbotsford Addiction Centre located at 2420 Montrose Avenue, phone (604) 850-5106. Services are available in English, Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu. Orientation is mandatory and is held every Thursday at 4:30 pm. Hours vary so call before visiting.

For seniors ages 55 and older with alcohol or prescription drug issues contact Abbotsford Addiction Centre - Seniors Liaison Program. See above for contact information.

For youth under 24 years of age with addiction issues contact Impact Society located at 33328 Walsh Avenue, phone (604) 853-1766. Impact Society also serves Mission. Call to make an appointment or attend an orientation every Monday at 4 pm. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For adults with addiction issues the Salvation Army Centre of Hope provides assessment and referral (with some counseling). Centre of Hope is located at 34081 Gladys Avenue, phone (604) 852-9305. Office hours are 8:30 to 4 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).
 
For Natives with addiction issues who are also in trouble with the law should contact Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC located at 203-9380 College Street, phone (604) 792-5535. Counselling services are designed to help Aboriginals better understand the court process. Also serves Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission.

Abbotsford Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Abbotsford Mental Health Centre located at 11-32700 George Ferguson Way, phone (604) 870-7800. Clients may self-refer but should first have their addiction stabilized (see Abbotsford Addiction Centre above) and then get assessed by a case manager at the Mental Health Centre. The Case Manager will then refer the individual to the in-house concurrent disorder therapist.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Abbotsford located at 2nd Floor - 2828 Cruikshank St., phone (604) 870-5880.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 who are in the early stages of psychosis that may be caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, toll-free 1(866) 870-7847. After receiving a call, EPI typically sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Agassiz - for adults or youth with addiction issues only contact Agassiz-Harrison Community Services (ACHS) located at #5-7086 Cheam Ave, phone (604) 796-2585 or toll-free 1(888) 748-5777. ACHS provides services for both individuals and substance-affected families. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Mental Health Hope & Agassiz located at 7243 Pioneer Avenue, phone (604) 793-7164. Hours are 8:30 to 4 pm Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Counsellor is in Hope Monday and Tuesday. For after hours please call toll-free 1(877) 820-7444.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Hope/Agassiz/Boston Bar CYMH located at 833 3rd Avenue in Hope, phone (604) 869-4900.  Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 that are in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues call the Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program at 1(866) 870-7847. After receiving a call, EPI sends a person to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Aldergrove - see Langley.

Anmore - see Port Moody, Coquitlam, or Port Coquitlam.

Belcarra - see Port Moody, Coquitlam, or Port Coquitlam.

Boston Bar - for adults and youth with addiction issues contact Hope & Area Transition Society located at Unit H 895 3rd Avenue in Hope, phone (604) 869-5111. For individuals in Boston Bar that need to see a counsellor in Hope, Hope & Area Transition Society will pay for their bus ticket. Hope & Area also has a school-based counsellor. Hours are 8:30 to 3 PM Monday to Friday.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Hope/Agassiz/Boston Bar CYMH located at 833 3rd Avenue in Hope, phone (604) 869-4900. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For other addiction services see Hope.

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BURNABY - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Burnaby Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For youth and adults 13 to 65 years old there is Burnaby Addiction Services located at Burnaby Hospital in the Mental Health and Addictions Building at 3935 Kincaid Street, phone (604) 453-1910. Burnaby Addiction Services provides free and confidential information, assessment, counselling and referral for people experiencing life difficulties related to problematic substance use. Service is also available for people affected by someone else's problem. Treatment may include individual, couples, family or group work.  A harm-reduction approach is utilized that tailors treatment to individual needs and goals.  The counselling staff's holistic approach assists people to improve health, family, social, employment and educational functioning. Consultation with a certified addictions medicine physician is available for clients as are prevention and educational workshops for the community. Outreach is also available. To access services call and ask to speak with the intake worker, a referral is not required. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For adults with addiction issues there is also Burnaby Addiction Services located at 206-5050 Kingsway, phone (604) 638-3134 or (604) 638-3135. This outpatient program is a contracted agency operated by Family Services of Greater Vancouver and offers individual, group, couple, and family counselling.

For adults 55 or older with alcohol or prescription drug issues contact Senior Well Aware Program (SWAP) located at 209-800 McBride Boulevard, phone (604) 524-8994. Office hours are 8:30 to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Serves Burnaby and New Westminster.

For youth (12 to 24 years of age) with addiction issues only contact Odyssey located at 518 South Howard Avenue, phone (604) 299-6377. Also provides services for families. Odyssey is a program run by Boys & Girls Club of Greater Vancouver but funded by the Fraser Health Authority. Office hours are 9 to 6 pm Monday to Friday but individual appointments are available in the evenings.

Burnaby Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Burnaby Mental Health located at 3935 Kincaid Street, phone (604) 453-1930. There are 3 mental health centres in Burnaby:
. Burnaby Central Mental Health Centre, 3935 Kincaid St., phone (604) 453-1957
. Burnaby North Mental Health Centre- 206 - 3900 East Hastings St., phone (604) 949-7730
. Burnaby South Mental Health Centre - 320 - 7155 Kingsway, phone  (604) 777-6870

Please note that the adult concurrent mental health therapist works out of the Burnaby Central office, phone (604) 453-1916. However, referrals can be made from Burnaby North and Burnaby South. Hours are 8:30 to 4: 30 pm Monday to Friday. South and North locations are closed noon hour while Central stays open.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Burnaby located near Metrotown Mall at 240 - 4680 Kingsway, phone (604) 660-5900. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open noon hour).

For youth with concurrent addiction and mental health issues there is also the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis. Serves all communities in the North Fraser area.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 who are in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health, or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program at (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person would then refer them on to another service if it is not psychosis or arrange to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Chehelis - see Chilliwack.

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CHILLIWACK - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Chilliwack Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues only contact Chilliwack Addiction Prevention Services (CAPS) located at 45904 Victoria Avenue, phone (604) 795-5994. CAPS also provides services for families and a referral service to other programs. Hours of operation are Monday to Friday 9:00 to 4:30 PM (closed 12 noon to 1 pm).

For youth that are attending Chilliwack schools, CAPS offers a school-based prevention program, phone (604) 795-5994 or (604) 798-1702.

Chilliwack Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Chilliwack Mental Health Centre located at 45470 Menholm Rd, phone (604) 702-4860. There is a concurrent disorder therapist working at this location. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open noon hour).

For youth with concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Chilliwack located at 8978 School St., phone (250) 702-2311.

Please note that CAPS typically provides concurrent mental health/addiction services for youth but as of October 2008 that counselling position is currently vacant. See above for contact information.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 that are in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program at 1(866) 870-7847. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI clinician then refers the client on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

For Natives with addiction issues who are also in trouble with the law should contact Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC located at 203-9380 College Street, phone (604) 792-5535. Counselling services are designed to help Aboriginals better understand the court process. Also serves Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission.

Cloverdale - see Surrey.

Coquitlam - for adults and youth with addiction or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact SHARE Family and Community Services located at 200-25 King Edward Street, phone (604) 937-6969 (for youth) and (604) 936-3900 (for adults). Services are also available for families. Clients must reside in Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, or Port Moody. Hours are Monday to Thursday 9 am to 9 pm Monday to Thursday (open noon hour) and Friday 9 am to 3 pm (closed noon hour). Please call ahead to set an appointment.

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also Tri-Cities Mental Health Centre located at 1 - 2232 Elgin Ave, phone (604) 777-8400. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday (closed noon hour) while Thursday hours are 8:30 to 8:00 pm (closed noon hour).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Tri-Cities located at Suite 300 - 3003 St. John's Street in Port Moody, phone (604) 469-7600. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open during noon hour).

Youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues can also contact SHARE (see above).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St., phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week. A referral is required from CYMH and must have a psychiatric diagnosis. Serves all communities in the North Fraser area.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a person to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers the client on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Maple Ridge. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Cultus Lake - see Chilliwack or Abbotsford.

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DELTA - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT AGENCIES

Delta Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues contact Deltassist Family and Community Services located at 9097 Scott Road in Delta, phone (604) 594-3455.
For residents of South Delta, Deltassist has a second location called South Delta Counselling Services located at #13 - 1835 56th Street. Please call and ask for an intake worker first before visiting either location. Hours are 9:00 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open during noon hour).

For youth 12 to 18 with addiction issues there is Community Services Delta/Richmond located at 301-11861 88th Avenue, phone (604) 591-9262. This program is a service of Boys and Girls Club and offers short-term solution-focused counseling. Boys and Girls Club also has a program called Take It Easy which is group work that gives youth a chance to talk about drugs, alcohol and other issues.

For immigrants (adult or youth) in Surrey or Delta with addiction issues contact DiverseCity (formerly Delta Immigrant Services) located at 1107-7330 137th Street, phone (604) 597-0205 ext. 1375. DiverseCity provides counseling and community prevention in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, and Spanish. Please note that the addiction counsellor works Thursday. Please call ahead to set an appointment. Office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open during noon hour).

Delta Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Delta Mental Health Centre - North at 129 - 6345 120th St, phone (604) 592-3700 or Delta Mental Health Centre - South at 15-1835 56 St, phone (604) 948-7010. Delta Mental Health Centre does not work with youth except for eating disorders.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Delta located at 5000 Bridge St., phone (604) 501-3237.

For adults or youth with concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also Deltassist Family Services but individuals must first be stabilized. See contact information above.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also a day treatment program called the Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP) located at 13750 96th Avenue, phone (604) 585-5660. ADTP is offered four days a week up to four months. Mornings are for school work while afternoons are for therapy. This program is for youth living in Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Intake is continuous but a referral from a physician, psychiatrist, or government counselor is required. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis that may be caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser South Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program at (604) 538-4278. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person would then refer clients on to another service if it is not psychosis or arrange to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Deroche - see Mission or Chilliwack.

Fleetwood - see Surrey.

Fort Langley - see Langley.

Haney - see Maple Ridge.

Harrison Hot Springs - for adults and youth with addiction issues contact Agassiz-Harrison Community Services located at #5-7086 Cheam Ave in Agassiz, phone (604) 796-2585 or toll-free 1(888) 748-5777. Hours are 9:00 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour). 

For adults and youth with addiction issues only there is also Hope & Area Transition Society located at Unit H 895 3rd Avenue in Hope, phone (604) 869-5111. Hours are 8:30 to 3 PM Monday to Friday.

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues see Agassiz.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues first contact CYMH Hope, phone (604) 869-4900. An outreach worker will visit the client in Agassiz at Agassiz-Harrison Community Services.

Harrison Mills - see Harrison Hot Springs.

Hatzic - see Mission.

Hope - for adults and youth with addiction issues contact Hope & Area Transition Society located at Unit H 895 3rd Avenue, phone (604) 869-5111. Hope & Area also has a school-based counsellor. Hours are 8:30 AM to 3 PM Monday to Friday.

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Hope Adult Mental Health located at 1275A 7th Ave, phone (604) 860-7733 or 860-7750. Hours are 8:30 to 3:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Hope/Agassiz/Boston Bar CYMH located at 833 3rd Avenue in Hope, phone (604) 869-4900. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues call the Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program toll-free 1(866) 870-7847. After receiving a call, EPI sends a person to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person refers clients on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Natives with addiction issues who are also in trouble with the law should contact Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC located at 203-9380 College Street, phone (604) 792-5535. Counselling services are designed to help Aboriginals better understand the court process. Also serves Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission.

Kent - see Harrison Hot Springs.

Ladner - see Delta.

Lake Errock - see Agassiz or Mission.

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LANGLEY - Outpatient - government agencies

Langley Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues there is Langley Family Services which has Langley Community Services - Alcohol & Drug Program located at 5339 207th Street, phone (604) 534-7230 ext. 1110. Also serves Fort Langley and Aldergrove. Hours are 8:30 to 8:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For youth with addiction issues there is also a school-based prevention program located at 26850 29th Avenue, phone (604) 856-2521.

Langley Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Langley Mental Health Centre located at 305 - 20300 Fraser Highway, phone (604) 514-7940. Clients will first need to see a case worker for assessment. If appropriate, client with both mental health and addiction issues will then be referred on to the adult concurrent disorder therapist. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday, Tuesday, Friday and 8:30 to 7:30 pm Wednesday and Thursday.

Adults with concurrent mental health/addiction issues Langley Mental Health also have the Psychiatric Outpatient Program located at the Marion Ward Pavilion, 22051 Fraser Highway, phone (604) 533-6493. A referral is required from Langley Mental Health (see above).

For youth with concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Langley located at #120 - 20434 64th Avenue, phone (604) 514-2711.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 who are in the early stages of psychosis that may be caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser South Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 538-4278. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, EPI staff person then refers to another service if it is not psychosis or arrange to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

For youth 13 to 18 who have concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also the Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP) located at 13750 96th Avenue, phone (604) 585-5660. ADTP is offered four days a week up to four months. Mornings are for school work while afternoons are for therapy. This program is for youth living in Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Intake is continuous but a referral from a physician, psychiatrist, or government counselor is required. Office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

MAPLE RIDGE - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Maple Ridge Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

For adults and youth with addiction issues contact Alouette Addiction Services located on 22477 Lougheed Highway, phone (604) 467-5179.  Also serves families and has support groups including a dual diagnosis support group. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

Maple Ridge Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Maple Ridge Mental Health Centre located at 500 - 22470 Dewdney Trunk Road, phone (604) 476-7165. A concurrent disorder therapist is available but clients must first be referred by the in-house case worker. Clients can self-refer to this program. Please call to set an appointment.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Ridge Meadows located at 22323 119th Avenue, phone (604) 466-7300.

For youth with concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a person to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Milner - see Langley.

MISSION - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Mission Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment

For adult and youth with addiction issues contact Fraser House located at 33063 4th Avenue, phone (604) 826-6810. Fraser House offers a 10-day intensive outpatient treatment program for at-risk youth. Priority for all programs is given to Mission residents. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For individuals less than 24 years of age with addiction issues contact Impact Society located at 33328 Walsh Avenue in Abbotsford, phone (604) 853-1766. Also services Mission. Call to make an appointment or attend an orientation 4 pm Mondays (excluding holidays).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues Mission Community Services Society has the Youth Services Program which offers youth and family counseling as well as a day program. Counselling may not be addiction-specific but is low or no cost. A referral from MCFD may be required. Youth Services Program is located at 33179 2nd Avenue, phone (604) 826-3634.

For Natives with addiction issues contact Mission Indian Friendship Center located at 33150 First Avenue, phone (604) 826-1281 or toll-free 1(888) 826-4056. Office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For Natives with addiction issues who are also in trouble with the law should contact Native Courtworker and Counselling Assn. of BC located at 203-9380 College Street, phone (604) 792-5535. Counselling services are designed to help Aboriginals better understand the court process. Also serves Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission.

Mission Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Mission Mental Health Centre located at 101-33070 5th Avenue, phone (604) 814-5600. A concurrent disorder therapist is available but first requires a referral from the in-house case worker.

For youth with concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Mission located at 201 - 7364 Horne St., phone (604) 820-4300.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 who are in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health, or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program toll-free 1(866) 870-7847. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers clients on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Abbotsford, Agassiz, Chilliwack, Hope, and Mission. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Mount Lehman - see Abbotsford.

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NEW WESTMINSTER - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

New Westminster Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults with addiction issues there is Fraserside Community Services Society located at 519 7th Street, phone (604) 522-3722. Fraserside offers Perspectives Addiction Services (phone ext. 101).

For youth (12 to 24) with addiction issues there is Perspectives Youth & Family Outreach Services (phone ext. 108) which is for children, adolescents, and families, including parent consultation (see above for contact information and hours of operation).

For youth with addiction issues there is also a day treatment program available through Day, Evening, Weekend Youth Program (DEWY) located at 102-332 Columbia Street, phone (604) 523-5652. DEWY provides individual and group therapy as part of the day program which runs 35 hours per week for 10 to 12 weeks.

For street youth with addiction issues contact Protect Our Children (POC) Society located at 2-203 129 East Columbia Street, phone (604) 777-2967. POC provides assessments, counseling, and aftercare support.

For seniors 55 years or older with alcohol or prescription drug issues, contact Senior Well Aware Program (SWAP) located at 209-800 McBride Boulevard, phone (604) 662-7927 (Vancouver number). Office hours are 8:30 to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Serves Burnaby and New Westminster.

New Westminster Counselling Centre provides outpatient counseling and is staffed with counselors in training with direct supervision from UBC faculty. Counselling is not addiction-specific but is a free service. Location is 821 Eighth Street. Open September to June. For more information call (604) 525-6651.

New Westminster School Board School District 40 has the School-based Prevention Program for students and their parents which offers workshops in classrooms and the community. Phone (604) 517-5927 for more information.

New Westminster Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact New Westminster Mental Health Centre located at 2nd Floor 403 Sixth Street, phone (604) 777-6800. An adult concurrent disorder therapist is available at the New Westminster Mental Health Centre but first requires a referral from an in-house case worker. Individual and group therapy for concurrent mental health/addiction issues is available. 

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH New Westminster located at 201-1065 Columbia St., phone (604) 990-9495.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers clients on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

North Delta - see Delta.

Pitt Meadows - for adults and youth with addiction or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Alouette Addiction Services located on 22477 Lougheed Highway, phone (604) 467-5179. Includes support groups. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (closed noon hour).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis. Serves all communities in the North Fraser area.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Maple Ridge located at 22323 119th Avenue in Maple Ridge, phone (604) -7300. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open noon hour).

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PORT COQUITLAM - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Port Coquitlam Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues, contact SHARE Family and Community Services located at 200-25 King Edward Street in Coquitlam, phone (604) 936-3900. For adults, youth, and their families, counselling, planning, education, referral and prevention services are provided.

Port Coquitlam Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Tri-Cities Mental Health Centre located at 1 - 2232 Elgin Avenue, phone (604) 777-8400. An adult concurrent disorder therapist is available but clients will first need to be assessed by an in-house case worker. Self-referrals accepted. Serves Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis. Serves all communities in the North Fraser area.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Tri-Cities located at Suite 300 - 3003 St. John's Street in Port Moody, phone (604) 469-7600. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open noon hour).

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers the client on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Maple Ridge. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Port Moody - for adults and youth with addiction issues contact SHARE Family and Community Services located at 2615 Clarke St. - 2nd Floor in Port Moody, phone (604) 936-3900 or at 200-25 King Edward Street in Coquitlam, phone (604) 540-9161. Orientations are held on Wednesdays at 6 pm.

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Tri-Cities Mental Health Centre located at 1 - 2232 Elgin Ave, phone (604) 777-8400.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH Tri-Cities located at 300 - 3003 St. Johns St. in Port Moody, phone (604) 469-7600. CYMH also has the North Fraser Eating Disorders program located in the same office. Hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (open noon hour).

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is also the CYMH Youth Day Treatment program for the North Fraser region located at 644 Poirier St. in Coquitlam, phone (604) 933-2533. This program is 5 hours a day, 4 days a week for an open-ended duration. A referral is required from CYMH and the client must have a psychiatric diagnosis.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser North Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 777-8386. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers clients on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Burnaby, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, and Maple Ridge. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Rosedale - see Chilliwack.

Sardis - see Chilliwack.

South Delta - see Delta.

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SURREY - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

Surrey Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults with addiction or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Surrey Mental Health & Addictions located at #1100 13401 108th Street, phone (604) 953-4900. For concurrent mental illness/addiction there is a concurrent disorder specialist but a referral is first required from an in-house case worker. Intake hours are 1:30 pm to 3 pm Monday to Friday (if you want to see a therapist). Regular office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For youth 13 to 18 with addiction issues contact ASTRA Outreach which has both the Guildford Youth Resource Centre and the Newton Youth Resource Centre. The Guildford program is located at 205-14727 108th Avenue, phone (604) 587-8100. The Newton Youth Resource Centre is located at 114-13479 76th Avenue, phone (604) 592-6200.

For Native adults with addiction issues that are also involved with the criminal justice system, contact Surrey Alcohol and Drug Services Office and ask for the Surrey branch of the Native Coworker and Counselling Association of BC. Their address is 13639-108th Avenue. For more information call (604) 588-8430.

For immigrants in Surrey or Delta with drug or alcohol problems contact DiverseCity (formerly Delta Immigrant Services) located at 1107-7330 137th Street, phone (604) 597-0205. DiverseCity provides counseling and community prevention in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, and Spanish. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

Surrey Concurrent Outpatient Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact Surrey Mental Health & Addictions (see contact information above).

In Surrey, CYMH is responsible for working with adolescents struggling with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues. CYMH has the following locations in Surrey:

. Delta North - 200 - 11861 88th Avenue - phone (604) 501-3237
. Surrey Guildford - #8 15355 102 A Ave. - phone (604) 586-2685
. Surrey Newton - 2nd fl. 13630 72nd Ave. - ph (604) 501-3122
. Surrey North - 201 - 13680 105A Ave. - ph (604) 951-5844
. South Surrey/White Rock - 15455 Vine Ave. - phone (604) 542-3900

For youth 13 to 18 with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is a day program called the Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP) located at 13750 96th Avenue, phone (604) 585-5660. ADTP is offered four days a week up to four months. Mornings are for school work while afternoons are for therapy. This program is for youth living in Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Intake is continuous but a referral from a physician, psychiatrist, or government counselor is required. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For individuals between the ages of 13 and 30 in the early stages of psychosis caused by addiction, mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues call the Fraser South Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program, phone (604) 538-4278. After receiving a call, an EPI clinician will visit the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person would then refer the client to another service if it is not psychosis or arrange to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

For women who have been sexually abused or have worked in the sex trade and have problems with drugs and/or alcohol, Servants Anonymous Society (SAS) has several programs including Changing Patterns, a 15-week outpatient program for women that covers building life skills, anger management, addiction issues, fitness, etc. There is also a weekly Relapse Prevention program. Serves the entire lower mainland. For more information contact the ASK Learning Centre located at 7400 132nd Street, phone (604) 590-2304.

Tsawwassen - see Delta.

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WHITE ROCK - OUTPATIENT - GOVERNMENT SERVICES

White Rock Outpatient Alcohol & Drug Services

For adults and youth with addiction issues contact Peace Arch Community Services (PACS) located at 882 Maple Street, phone (604) 538-2522. PACS also provides services for substance-affected family members as well as assessment and referrals to other programs.

White Rock Concurrent Mental Health/Addiction Services

For adults with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact White Rock/South Surrey Mental Health & Addictions located at Peace Arch Hospital, Russell Unit, 15521 Russell Ave, phone (604) 541-6844.

For youth with mental health or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact CYMH White Rock located at 2nd Floor - 15521 Russell Avenue, phone (604) 538-4278.

For youth 13 to 18 who have both concurrent mental health/addiction issues there is the Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP) located at 13750 96th Avenue, phone (604) 585-5660. ADTP is offered four days a week up to four months. Mornings are for school work while afternoons are for therapy. This program is for youth living in Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Intake is continuous but a referral from a physician, psychiatrist, or government counselor is required. Office hours are 8:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

For youth 13 and 30 who are in the early stages of psychosis resulting from addiction, mental health, or concurrent mental health/addiction issues contact the Fraser South Early Psychosis Intervention (EPI) Program at (604) 538-4278. After receiving a call, EPI sends a clinician to the home of the person with possible psychosis, usually within a few days. After an initial visit, the EPI staff person then refers the client on to another service if it is not psychosis or arranges to have the individual see a psychiatrist if it is psychosis. Serves Delta, Langley, Surrey, and White Rock. Please note this is NOT an emergency service. Emergencies should call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

Whonnock - see Maple Ridge.

Yarrow - see Chilliwack.

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OUTPATIENT - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS - FRASER REGION

Criteria for Inclusion
Fee-for-service practitioners included in this listing have indicated, through their listings on various professional certification websites, that their practice accepts individuals with alcohol and drug issues. Other criteria such as amount of direct addiction treatment experience, level of formal chemical dependency training, or the effectiveness of their preferred clinical approaches and techniques has not been considered.

Readers are recommended to contact practitioners directly for further information.

Changes to Listings
If addresses are not provided in practitioner listings it is at the request of the practitioner. Postal codes, PO boxes and email addresses have intentionally been excluded.

Practitioners who wish to submit updated or new listings are asked to complete the form at the back of this directory and fax the completed form to (604) 295-0651 (no cover letter is required). Alternatively, practitioners can send the same information, via email, to info@schc.ca.

Abbotsford - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Dawson, Kym - Ph.D., R.Psych.
Mental health Consulting
Abbotsford
Cell: (604) 798-1794

Note: Dr. Dawson's areas of interests include stress, trauma, substance abuse and other addictions, gender, reproduction, adoption issues, and building healthy work teams. Kym works with both individuals and couples and was a substance abuse counselor at Phoenix Centre from 1996 to 1998.

Fromson, Rosemary - MPCP, RPC, CHT, ICADC
Advice Counselling (or Illuminating Counselling Services)
2479 McCallum Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 302-9648
Note: Rosemary is internationally certified as an addiction counsellor as well as a Registered Clinical Counsellor. She works with clients for trauma, grief and loss, chronic illness, family violence, and relationships. They include individuals, couples, children, and families. Rosemary uses a variety of therapeutic approaches as she believes the nature of the particular problem will clearly define the type of therapy that would be the best for you; solution, dream, cognitive, hypnosis, play.

Gluppe, Milt - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 850-3774
Note: Milt has over 35 years experience working with stress/anxiety/depression, anger management, personality disorder, trauma, addiction, and trauma. Milt also practices EMDR. 

Goldsmith, Susan - Ph.D.
Dr. Goldsmith & Associates
2955 Gladwin Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 504-5444

Groenewold, Frank - Ph.D., RCC
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 852-4818
Note: Frank has more than 23 years of experience as a counsellor. He was a school counsellor for 11 years, working with children from age 5 to 14 for a variety of personal, family, or school issues. He has been in private practice for the past 13 years serving a population of clients ranging in age from 4 to 80.

Henry, Paul - RSW
Oakhill Counselling and Mediation Services
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 850-3774
Note: Paul has over 16 years experience working with individuals and couples on issues such as drug & alcohol addiction, trauma (certified Level II EMDR), and anger management

Holloway, Cliff - MTS-C, RCC
Daystar Counselling
Suite 102 - 2890 Garden St., Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 855-6677
Cell: (604) 807-1690

Note: Cliff is a Registered Clinical Counsellor with over 20 years experience helping individuals, couples and families. Cliff's passion is to help people who are struggling with trauma, anxiety depression, addiction, marital and relationship problems.

Jenkinson, John - RCC
Life-Link Counselling Group
102 - 2890 Garden Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 768-7959

Note: John offers a wide range of individual and family counselling options for those struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, loss, anger, trauma, addictions, abuse, fear, relational conflicts, life stage transitions, self-esteem, and spiritual issues.

Kane, Josie - RCC
Abbotsford
Phone: (778) 808-7701

LaRoy, Robert - BA, MA
Irene Peterson & Associates
10-2151 McCallum Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 859-1462
Note: Bob does individual, couple, or family counselling, deals with depression and anxiety disorders and collaborates with clients on strategies for change across the life span. He is prepared to help clients work on difficulties confronting them in their personal lives, marital relationships, family context, or work environment. Bob works primarily from a cognitive-behavioural theoretical perspective, and is trained in EMDR.

MacDonald, Duncan - MSW, RCSW
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 850-3774
Note: Duncan has over 19 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families on issues such as addiction, stress management, depression/anxiety, and trauma. 

Marshall, Angela - M.Ed., ICADC, CCC
Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 309-9053
Note: Angela specializes in addictions, eating disorders, trauma, youth, and First Nations members. Besides her private practice, Angela works with the Fraser House Society and Sto:lo Nation.

Murray, Edward - M.Div., Psy.D., RCC
Daybreak Counselling Services
2639 Daybreak Lane, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 855-6426

Note: Edward works with adults, couples, teens, and families with a full range of counseling and psychotherapy including alcoholism, drug addiction, and other disorders.

Phillips-Hing, Martin - R.Psych., Ph.D.
Oakhill Counselling and Mediation Services
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 850-3774
Note: Martin provides clinical supervision and consultation to a government outpatient fee-for-service counselling team, a government-funded addictions program, and to two child and adolescent residential treatment facilities working with at-risk families referred by the Ministry of Children and Families. Previous addiction work includes working with youth and their families in a number of settings as well as with adults in the workplace.

Reimer, Will - Ph.D.
34546 Quarry Avenue, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 852-0061

White, Peter G. - MA, RCC
Unit 107 - 34334 Forrest Terrace
Abbotsford
Phone: (778) 551-2896
Email: peter.white.counselling@gmail.com
Note: Pete has addiction treatment experience in residential, forensic, correctional and community environments working with a host of client issues and is available to see clients Monday to Friday except Wednesday. Pete also has a satellite office in Langley on the Trinity Western University campus.

Yousef, Bob - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
2663 James Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 850-3774
Note: Bob works with individuals and couples on such issues as addictions, stress/anxiety, financial difficulties, terminal illness, and ander management.

Agassiz - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Bartel, Martin - RCC, RMFT
5937 Cutler Road, Agassiz
Phone: (604) 302-9332
Note: Martin has expertise in addiction, mental health work, couple & marital therapy, and works with adolescents. Martin also facilitates trauma work (abuse counseling) with men. Martin also works out of Chilliwack.

Burnaby - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Brunke, Mark - MA, RCC
3761 Triumph Street, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 298-5939
Note: Mark treats substance abuse and has experience working with both outpatient and residential treatment. Mark is currently working with companies and their employees in an EAP capacity. In terms of recovery from addictions, Mark focuses on relapse prevention rather than family of origin issues.

Chiu, Joanne - M.C., RCC
The Shanti Counselling Centre
104 - 3999 Henning Drive, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 773-3100

Note: Joanne has worked extensively in the areas of addictions, disordered eating, and self-esteem.

Duplassie, Danielle - RCC
The Shanti Counselling Centre
304-3999 Henning Drive, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 773-3100

Note: Life problems that clients often discuss with Danielle include relationship conflict, sexual orientation, problem gambling, alcohol and drug dependency, stress, and anger management.

Hilton, Doug - M.Sc., RCC
Full Circle Healing
Burnaby
Phone: (778) 988-2540
Note: Doug has specialized training and experience working with individuals of all ages, couples and families. Doug's counselling approach is primarily Adlerian and Gestalt. Doug has worked in numerous addiction settings for both substance abuse and gambling. Doug has used EMDR since 2001, clinical hypnosis since 2001, and numerous mind-body therapies. Doug uses EFT for ongoing relief from cravings. Please call Doug to get his address.

Kikkert, Rhea - MA, RCC
Kikkert & Associates Counselling Services
273 - 9600 Cameron Avenue, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 420-0060
Note: Rhea has over 25 years working in both agency and private practice settings. She works with substance dependent and substance affected people from a strength-based perspective, providing individual, couples and family counselling.

Macartney, Barbara - RCC
#405 - 5270 Oakmount Crescent, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 430-3880

Lower Mainland Assessment and Referral Service (LMARS)
Mission
Phone: (604) 437-4776
Toll-free: 1(800) 910-8555

Note: LMARS has masters-level therapists that work with addiction or concurrent mental health/addiction issues. Jim Stabler, MSW, is a specialist in CBT. Helen Peters, MA, is a specialist in couples, family, and parenting. Linda McDonald, MSW, is an addiction specialist with expertise in family of origin work, second stage recovery, and sexual abuse. LMARS serves Surrey, Langley, Abbotsford, Mission, Maple Ridge, Burnaby, and Vancouver. Please call LMARS for address.

Morton, Miriam - ICADC
Burnaby
Note: Miriam is not currently in private practice.

Parmar, Parm - MA, RCC
Sunrise Counselling Services
5000 Kingsway, Burnaby
Phone: (778) 889-7473
Note: Parm treats both adolescents and adults. Parm has over 8 years of experience in Canada and the UK. Parm's practice is informed and influenced by various therapuetic approaches including client-centered, CBT, SFBT, Adlerian and family systems. Sunrise offers counselling in several areas: anger management, boundaries and assertiveness, substance misuse/addictions, mental health, and family conflict. Parm is fluent in English, Hindi, and Punjabi. 

Partridge, Barbara - M.Ed., RCC
Arbutus Counselling Services
206 - 5050 Kingsway, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 790-2119

Note: Barbara offers psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families struggling with substance abuse, eating disorders, grief, depression and anxiety. Arbutus publishes a newsletter that focuses on eating disorders. Barbara prefers to use CBT in her work with clients.

Roth, Kim - MA, RCC
The Shanti Counselling Centre
304 - 3999 Henning Drive, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 773-3100

Note: Kim's work experience has ranged from social work with children and families, to street-work with adolescents, to individual and couples work in private practice. Kim's expertise includes, but is not limited to, relationships, sexuality, addictions, grief, loss, and spiritual development.

Salooja, Raman - RCC
Jericho Counselling
206-5050 Kingsway, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 780-3575

Note: Raman sees private clients through Jericho Counselling Services and has been a counselor for more than seven years. In his own words: "I believe in harm reduction and the bio-psychosocial-spiritual model of addiction, using primarily CBT." Raman works with all age groups and speaks English, Hindi, Punjabi fluently.

Schooler, Dawn - MA, RCC
Jericho Professional Counselling Services
206 - 5050 Kingsway, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 619-0482 or (604) 434-5727

Note: Dawn uses Cognitive-Behavioral, Feminist, and Buddhist theory to inform her counselling style. Dawn treats depression, anxiety, anger, communication, sexual orientation, relationship development, grief, loss, life transition, family concerns, self-esteem, marriage, separation, divorce, and addiction.  She counsels individuals, couples, and families and has been recognized for her work with children and youth.  Dawn also works with the gay and lesbian community.

Schweighofer, Anton - Ph.D., R.Psych. #1409
9912 Lougheed Highway, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 786-3073
Note: I am a member of Division 50 (Addictions) of the American Psychological Association and my doctoral internship included a year long rotation of the Addictions Centre at Foothills Hospital in Calgary. I have assessed and treated individuals with alcohol and drug concerns as well as individuals with gambling and sexual compulsivity issues.

Shoblom, Wayne - MSW, RCSW
Mainland Counselling
9912 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby
Toll-free: 1(877) 580-4448
Note: Since 1992, Wayne has counselled individuals, couples and families and has been assisting people struggling with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, bi-polar illness, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance addiction. Wayne's therapeutic influences include CBT, family therapy, psychodynamic theory, and humanistic theory.

Wood, Stephanie - EFT-ADV
Meridian Therapy
104 - 3999 Henning Drive, Burnaby
Phone: (778) 233-8787
Note: Stephanie has been an Emotional Freedom Technique and Meridian Therapy Practitioner for the past 4 years. She has worked with many people who have had various forms of addictions. In her own words: "My approach is holistic, and I view the mind-body-emotion-spirit connection as fundamental to true healing." Stephanie treats both adolescents and adults.

Chilliwack - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Arnold, Corrina - MA, RCC
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 316-3585

Note: Corrina's experience includes 9 years of counselling individuals, couples and families in various contexts.

Bartel, Martin - RCC, AAMFT
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 302-9332
Note: Martin is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who works with adults with addiction and mental health issues. Martin also works with couples and adolescents and provides trauma/abuse counselling for men.

Dawson, Kym - Ph.D., R.Psych.
Mental health Consulting
Chilliwack
Cell: (604) 798-1794

Note: Dr. Dawson's areas of interests include stress, trauma, substance abuse and other addictions, gender, reproduction, adoption, and building healthy workteams. Kym works with both individuals and couples and was a substance abuse counselor at Phoenix Centre from 1996 to 1998.

Depow, Larry - MSW RSW
Yale Therapy Group
8451 A Harvard Place
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 378-7631
Email: ldcounselling@shaw.ca
Note: Larry has 25 years of experience in program development and in providing individual, group and couple counselling. He is experienced in mental health, addictions and concurrent disorder issues. Larry incorporates motivational interviewing, stages of change, cognitive behavioral approaches and twelve step facilitation.

Eadie, David - MS, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
201-45744 Gaetz Street, Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 824-7771
Note: David has over 10 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families on issues such as : divorce/separation, stress, depression/anxiety, self-esteem, grief, addictions, and acute illness. 

LaRoy, Robert - BA, MA
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 824-0301
Note: Bob provides individual, couple, and family counselling, deals with depression and anxiety disorders and collaborates with clients on strategies for change across the life span. Bob is prepared to help clients work on difficulties confronting them in their personal lives, marital relationships, family context or work environment. Bob works primarily from a CBT theoretical perspective and is trained in EMDR.

MacDonald, Duncan - MSW, RCSW
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
201-45744 Gaetz Street, Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 824-7771
Note: Duncan has over 19 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families on issues such as addiction, stress management, depression/anxiety, and trauma.

Marshall, Angela - M.Ed., ICADC, CCC
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 309-9053
Note: Angela specializes in addictions, eating disorders and trauma works primarily with youth and First Nations members. Besides her private practice, Angela works with the Fraser House Society and Sto:lo Nation.

Yousef, Bob - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
201-45744 Gaetz Street, Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 824-7771
Note: Bob works with individuals and couples on such issues as addictions, stress/anxiety, financial difficulties, terminal illness, and ander management.

Coquitlam - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Banton, Operine BA, MA, RCC
Mandala Counselling Services
Phone: (604) 552-3612
Cell: (604) 312-1840

Note: Operine treats depression, anxiety, stress, loss, grief, communication, abuse, relationship, substance misuse, eating disorders, trauma, separation/divorce, and family violence.

Emery, Wayne - Ph.D.
ACT-Healthwise Psychological Services
201 - 3041 Anson Ave., Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 562-5559
Note: Wayne's treatment areas include psychological well-being (anxiety, panic, phobias, PTSD, abuse, grief, loss, depression, anger), improving relationships (couples, children, teenagers, work), health issues (substance misuse, sleep disruption, head injuries, chronic pain, headaches, preparing for surgery) and performance enhancement (concentration & memory, athletic enhancement, performance anxiety, creativity). Wayne is also a Registered Art Therapist.

Hancock, Rick - Psy.D., R. Psych.
Denis Boyd & Associates
202 - 1046 Austin Avenue, Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 931-7211

Note: Denis uses SFBT and CBT to help individuals, couples, and families deal with chemical and other compulsive addictions, emotional dependencies, anxiety, depression, and trauma. Counselling is provided for couples and families undergoing marital conflict, communication breakdown and parenting concerns.

Iannucci, Jan - M.Ed., RCC
1301 Charter Hill Drive (Eagleridge area), Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 805-7863
Note: Jan has a varied background that includes social work for 13 years, counselling high risk parents and their young children, and addictions work with adolescents, their parents and adults for the last 4 years. Jan currently works part-time at a family-based addictions agency in North Vancouver. Jan has expertise in SFBT, NLP, hypnosis, timeline therapy, energy meridian therapies, emotional freedom technique, and body based focusing.

Miller, Sandra Louise - RCC
Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 762-1981

Morano, Ladan - RCC
Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 908-9312

Robinson, Selina - RCC
3000 Surf Crescent, Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 729-0702
Note: Selina works with addicted youth, having worked at the Odyssey program in Vancouver. Selina also works with adults and is an instructor at VCC for their Substance Abuse certificate program. In her own words: "I was the Director of Counselling Services for Jewish Family Services from 2000 until 2005 and have been in private practice for the past 10 years. My preferred therapeutic approach is solution focused and narrative."  Selina is fluent in English and French.

Delta - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Harrison, Scott - MA, RCC
Sunwood Counselling
128 - 6345 120th Street (Sunshine Village), Delta
Phone: (604) 532-6780

Note: Scott has specific training in assisting people in finding freedom from addictions including substance misuse and behavioral "addictions" such as problem gambling, internet, and sex. Scott's other areas of expertise include the treatment of depression, anger, among others. Scott works with individuals 15 and older.

Laird, Ross - Ph.D., RCC
Delta
Phone: (604) 916-1675
Note: Ross is a best-selling author, psychotherapist, university professor, addictions and trauma specialist, consultant in the psychology of leadership, poet, and craftsman in wood and stone. Dr. Laird emphasizes creativity as an instrument of change.  Ross works with adolescents and adults on an individual basis and in group. Ross also does clinical supervision with a number of addiction treatment centres and social service agencies.

Pelzer, Mary Ann - MA, CCC
Connections Telephone Counselling
Delta
Phone: (604) 590-5753
Toll-free: 1(877) 590-5753
Note: Mary Ann provides telephone counseling for adults struggling with addictions, codependency, grief and loss, etc.

Prasad, Ron - MA, RCC
Delta (by Scott Road and 80th Avenue)
Phone: (604) 307-2216
Note: Ron works with both teenagers and adults. Ron's therapeutic approaches are guided by Virginia Satir, narrative therapy, experiential therapy (i.e. Carl Whitaker), and motivational interviewing techniques. Ron works primarily in the area of addictions and mental health, working in his day job as a concurrent disorder clinician. Ron's private practice also includes working with impaired drivers in a psycho-educational group format.

Langley - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Auxier, John W. - Ph.D.
Trinity Western University
7600 Glover Road, Langley
Phone: (604) 888-7511
Note: John's practice includes addictions counselling, marriage, family therapy and pastoral counseling. John is a Certified Substance Abuse Counsellor in the State of Arizona. John's available office hours are Wednesday evenings in Langley or Abbotsford.

Avery, Charlaine - M.Ed., RCC
Avery Counselling

209 - 20226 Fraser Highway, Langley

Note: Charlaine has extensive experience working with addictions, anger, anxiety, communication, depression, grief and loss, health, life transitions, parenting and step-parenting, separation and divorce, stress and trauma related to work, emotional, sexual or physical abuse. See the addiction-specific page on her website for information on the addiction services she provides.

Brierley, Shelley - M.Ed., RCC, RT
Oasis Consulting Limited
839 200th Street, Langley
Phone: (604) 532-0680

Note:  As an eclectic therapist, Shelley utilises the best of what she knows from a variety of theoretical and skill based counselling approaches in order to be most effective to meet the needs of the individual(s) she is working with. This includes: Method of Levels, Reality Therapy, Systems Theory, Meta Cognitive Work, Gestalt Therapy, ACOA, Dream Work, NLP, Rogerian and Egan model counselling. She is known for her focus on individual strengths, which she uses to assist them in developing their weaknesses.

Buirs, Robin - MA, RCC
211-20226 Fraser Highway, Langley
Phone: (604) 312-8343
Note: In addition to working in private practice, Robin was a counsellor in the SHARE adult addiction program for 12 years. In his own words: "I have worked with individuals, couples and facilitated groups on topics such as stress management, lifestyle changes, harm reduction, and relapse prevention. I am familiar with Biopsychosocial-spiritual, 12-step, narrative, CBT, SFBT, and Motivational Interviewing." Robin works with adults only.

Chivers, Louise - MA, RCC
Two Horses Counselling
Langley
Phone: (778) 397-0848

Note: Louise focuses on equine therapy and so her office is a barn! Louise works with children, adolescents, and adults. Louise has recently relocated from Vancouver Island. See the website link above for more information on Louise and equine therapy.

Clark, Elaine - RPC
Choose Again Vancouver
6782 248th St., Langley
Phone: (604) 857-1615
eclark34@shaw.ca
Note: Elaine is a therapist with 20 years experience. Ran program called Youth on Purpose and it evolved into Choose Again. Elaine has worked with many families in crisis and has been a foster parent of teenage boys. Elaine is process-oriented, solution-driven ideas that inspire and motivate. Elaine provides pre- and post-program addiction counselling focused on the family of the client.

 

Gangopadhyay, Tisha - Ph.D.
#204 - 20559 Fraser Highway, Langley
Phone: (604) 506-7968
Note: Tisha has over 10 years of expertise treating relationship difficulties, serious mental illness, depression, anxiety, substance abuse and life transitions. Tisha has a particular interest and expertise in treating trauma. Tisha has also recently been working with adolescents with conduct/behavioural problems and substance abuse. Tisha's approaches include CBT, feminist therapy, among others.

Gregg, Jennifer - MA, CCC
Groundwork Counselling
110-8814 216 St. (Walnut Grove), Langley
Phone: (604) 614-9235
Note: Jennifer works with couples and families. In individual therapy, Jennifer prefers working with adults. In her own words: "I have been involved with the B.C. Problem Gambling program for 7 years. I have extensive experience working with complex substance and behavioural addictions in individual and group settings. My primary approach is CBT, SFBT with a focus on emotional processing/awareness and attachment theory."

Haley, Brian - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
104-20678 Eastleigh Crescent, Langley
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Brian has over 5 years working with individuals and couples on issues such as addiction, depression/anxiety, life/career coaching, anger management, and spiritual issues.

Koo, Michael - RCC
Michael Koo Consulting Services
20543 96th Avenue, Langley
Phone: (604) 561-6845
Note: Michael interned at SHARE Family services and was a family therapist at PEAK House residential youth treatment in Vancouver and MRTC. In his own words: "I have been influenced by the work of Haven Institute in intensive group psycho-education models based on an integrated East-West psychology model. My approach is client-centered and collaborative, based in narrative and Energy Psychology therapies." Michael has a contract with Problem Gambling.

McLellan, Lisa - MA, RCC
Langley Counselling
Suite 206 - 20641 Logan Avenue, Langley
Phone: (604) 785-6577

Note: Lisa has 9 years of specialized experience working with individuals with addiction issues and their families. Lisa uses a client-centered humanistic approach in her counselling, drawing from the theories of the schools of CBT, SFBT, narrative and existential therapies. Lisa's practice includes separation/divorce, addictions, codependency, anxiety, depression, and personal growth. Lisa treats both adults and youth.

Monro, Craig - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
104-20678 Eastleigh Crescent, Langley
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Craig has over 18 years experience working with issues such as parent/teen conflict, addiction, depression/anxiety, physical/sexual/emotional abuse, greif/loss/attachment issues, and anger management. 

Peters, Helen - M.C., RCC
20194 - 69 Avenue, Langley
Phone: (604) 532-5296
Note: Helen began working with an EFAP in 2002 providing assessments, referrals and an aftercare group. Helen typically uses a bio/psycho/social/spiritual focus using family systems, CBT, 12 Step, stages of change and has used Terence Gorski's Relapse Prevention Workbook in sessions. Helen encourages AA or NA group participation. Helen works only with adults. Helen also works for an EAP with offices in Burnaby and Surrey.

Phillips-Hing, Martin - R.Psych., Ph.D.
Oakhill Counselling and Mediation Services
104-20678 Eastleigh Crescent, Langley
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Martin is a senior manager and provides clinical supervision and consultation to PACS in White Rock, and to two child and adolescent residential programs working with at-risk families. Martin's previous experience includes; (i) working with addicted, incarcerated youth; (ii) part-time school counsellor (2 years); and (iii) on-call crisis intervention and management with an employee assistance program.

Shoblom, Wayne - MSW, RCSW
Mainland Counselling
# 206 - 20641 Logan Ave., Langley
Toll-free: 1(877) 580-4448
Note: Since 1992, Wayne has counselled individuals, couples and families and has been assisting people struggling with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, bi-polar illness, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance addiction. Wayne's therapeutic influences include CBT, family therapy, psychodynamic theory, and humanistic theory.

Simms, Shannon Marie - BA (Hons.), MA, CCC
Insight Counselling
Suite 304, 9440 202nd St., Langley
Phone: (604) 888-9294
Note: Shannon specializes in problem gambling, addictions, mental health, and insolvency counselling.

Tatlay Hoonjan, Pardeep, K. - MA, RCC
South Fraser Counselling Services
Location #1: 20338 65th Avenue, Langley
Location #2: 306-5171 - 221 A St., Langley
Phone: (604) 626-3371
Note: Pardeep treats both adolescents and adults but mostly men with addictions. Pardeep has a SFBT mindset in her therapeutic work that also draws from CBT, relationship therapy, and DBT. Other than English, Pardeep is fluent in Punjabi (verbal and written), and has a sound, working knowledge of Hindi and Urdu.

Wagner, Bruce - RCC
Langley
Phone: (604) 533-8942

Wilk, Darren - RCC
Best Marriages Counselling and Workshop Centre
6350 204th St., Langley
Phone: (604) 539-5277 or (604) 307-7811
Note: Darren provides couples therapy and has expertise in treating depression, addiction, trauma, and violent behaviour. Darren's relationship counseling is based on the work of relationship researcher Dr. John Gottman.

Maple Ridge - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Josephson, Roy - RCC
Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 466-5552

Mallory, Rachel - Ph.D.
Oakhill Counselling and Mediation
200-11830 223rd St, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 607-1035

McDonald, Linda - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
200-11830-223 Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Linda has over 25 years experience working with individuals struggling with drug & alcohol addiction, sexual abuse, women's issues, anger management. Linda is also trained in EMDR for the treatment of trauma. 

Miller, Sandy - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling and Mediation Services
200-11830-223 Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Sandy has over 20 years experience working with individuals, couples, and families on issues such as trauma/abuse, addictions, grief, gender identity issues, and health issues. 

Selluski, Sheran, MA, RCC
201 A - 22838 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 790-9232
Note: Sheran works with individuals and couples struggling with issues such as stress, trauma, life stage transitions, and addictions. Sheran is a specialist in stress and trauma.

Shortt, Ron - MA, RCC
Maple Ridge
Note: Ron is not currently accepting new clients.

Stilling, Linda - CHt
Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 466-9430
Note: Linda is a certified hypnotherapist and works with clients that have addictions. Please contact Linda for her address.

Trandafir, Loredana - MA, RCC
Oakhill Counselling & Mediation
200-11830-223 Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 607-1035
Note: Loredana has over 6 years experience working with individuals (including victims of abuse), couples, and families on issues such as addiction, trauma, grife, and anger management.

Mission - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Dawson, Kym - Ph.D., R.Psych.
Mental Health Consulting
Mission
Cell: (604) 798-1794

Note: Dr. Dawson's areas of interests include stress, trauma, substance abuse, process addictions, gender, reproduction, adoption issues, and building healthy work teams. Kym works with both individuals and couples and was a substance abuse counselor at Phoenix Centre from 1996 to 1998. Kym also has a private practice with Oakhill Counselling and Mediation Services.

Drader, Gillian - MA, RCC
Mission Counselling Services
33036 - 7th Avenue, Mission
Phone: (604) 826-3366

Note: Gillian has worked extensively with adolescents and their families in various communities in the Lower Mainland and has also worked a great deal with women of various ages who have experienced trauma and are dealing with issues such as PTSD, depression, eating disorders and addiction. Gillian is a Level 2 certified EMDR therapist, incorporates various modalities in her work and is a resource for children, adolescents and adults.

Kunkel, Wendy - MA, CCC
Valley Recovery Support Association
9127 Emiry St., Mission
Phone: (604) 820-0681
Cell: (604) 315-6406
Note: Wendy specializes in the treatment of women and children in residential treatment for addictions. Wendy accepts new clients in private practice.

Selluski, Sheran, MA, RCC
208 B -33123 1st Avenue, Mission
Phone: (604) 790-9232
Note: Sheran works with individuals and couples struggling with issues such as stress, trauma, life stage transitions, and addictions. Sheran is a specialist in stress and trauma.

New Westminster - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Aboussafy, David - Ph.D.
210-Sixth St., New Westminster
Phone: (604) 671-9318
Note: Dr. Aboussafy provides a full range of assessment services to adults. In treatment, David utilizes CBT, SFBT, and other evidence-based treatments for anxiety (for example, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, OCD, phobias, or acute stress); sleep problems; mood disorders (such as depression); chronic pain; anger, conflict and distressed communication in relationships; substance use; compulsive or other problem behaviour.

Allanach, Ron - Ed.D.,CCC
609 4th Avenue, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 524-0742
Note: Dr. Allanach has over 35 years experience serving families, schools, and troubled youth and holds a certificate in Addictions and Substance Abuse Counselling. Ron received his Ed.D. in Leadership and Organization with a specialty in adolescent behaviour and discipline in 2003.

Behboodi, Zohreh
210 - 6th Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 505-2522
Note: Zohreh was a professor of psychology for 15 years at the Iran Medical Science University. When she first came to Canada, she held a counselling position at Family Services of the North Shore. Currently, Zohreh does individual, couple & family counselling and leads parent groups. Zohreh's special interest is in areas of anxiety, depression, trauma (certified in EMDR), abuse (physical, sexual) and relationship issues. Zohreh is fluent in Farsi and English.

Bradley, Laura - RPC
Steadfast Counselling
#424 - 604 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Phone: (604) 629-7108

Crawford, Michele - M.Ed., RCC
Willow House Wellness Ltd.
432 8th Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 515-9727
Note: Michele's primary focus is trauma, anxiety and depression but also treats addictions. In her work, Michele specializes in energy therapy and CBT.

Foster, Tom - MSW, RSW
1433 7th Avenue
New Westminster BC V3M 2K2
Email: fostertj@telus.net
Phone: (604) 816-6366
Note: Provides individual, couple and family therapy related to the impact of addiction. Received training in substance abuse treatment through the School for Addiction Studies, US Navy, San Diego, CA, and specialized training in sex addiction treatment through the Program in Human Sexuality, University of Minnisota Medical School.

Hartwell, Debi- MA, CCC, CETII

ACARA Addiction Counselling and Resources Limited


214 - 3 Rialto Court, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 318-2351
Note: Debi is a Certified Canadian Counsellor and a Certified Experiential Therapist. Debi has worked extensively with adults as individuals, couples and in groups. Debi's specialty is trauma resolution but also works with individuals struggling with co-dependency, drug and alcohol addiction and other types of compulsive behaviours.

Jones, Trevor G. - MA, M.Div., RCC
New Beginning Counselling
25 Blackwood Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 527-1068
Note: In his own words: "I support both 12 step and Smart Recovery. I am also an ordained Anglican on leave with our Diocese. My professional training and work includes motivational interviewing and CBT. I am intrigued by neuroscience, meditation and healing spirituality.  I also use Bowen Family Systems in my work with families. Much of my work has been with individuals but I also work with couples. I am part of a family that knows addiction and recovery."

Longworth, Mary - M.Sc., RCC
Delta Counselling
New Westminster
Phone: (604) 728-5590
Note: Mary has been in private practice since 1995 and specializes in working with couples but also works with individuals (adults & adolescents) and families. Her approaches to therapy include CBT, SFBT, systemic and eclectic with a Rogerian underpinning. Mary has worked in residential treatment in the past and works with many clients struggling with a variety of addictions as well as other issues such as parenting, divorce & separation, self esteem, abuse, grief & loss.

McArter, Gloria - Ph.D.
#326 - 555 6th Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 520-1002
Note: Gloria has expertise with: stress, depression, anxiety, grief and loss, anger management, adjustment to addiction recovery, self-esteem, life transitions, life balance, goal setting, decision making, and self-defeating thoughts. Gloria works with individuals, couples and families. With regards to addictions, Gloria primarily works with clients after treatment (aka continuing care work). Gloria is also a trainer, consultant and public speaker.

Shewchuk, Daria - Ph.D.
Shewchuk - Dann & Associates
New Westminster
Phone: (604) 523-9254
Toll-free: 1(877) 372-0997
Note: Daria has worked as a therapist for over 30 years and utilizes approaches that include SFBT, transpersonal psychology, EMDR and trauma work, CBT, depth psychology/Jungian, dream work, Ericksonian hypnosis, therapeutic story telling, multicultural and feminist counselling, Gestalt, sand tray therapy, and expressive arts therapy. Daria treats, trauma, grief, loss, sexual abuse, addiction, stress, depression and anxiety. Daria is fluent in English and Ukrainian.

Port Coquitlam - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Davidson, Lee - RCC
2429 Scott Place, Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 803-2349
Note: Lee sees adults as well as youth and has worked in addictions since 1983. In her own words: "I particularly enjoy working with families attached to the addict/alcoholic. I have done assessment, referral, post treatment, relapse prevention, second stage recovery issues (i.e. childhood abuse issues), and have also worked with a lot of dual diagnosis clients." Lee has also done a considerable amount of criminal injuries counselling for victims of crime.

Finlay, Bob - MA, RFMT, RCC, CDAC, Cert. Med.
Finlay Counselling & Mediation Services
203-1465 Salisbury Avenue, Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 944-3859
Note: Bob has a Master's Degree in Psychology and is a Registered Marriage and Family Therapist, a Registered Clinical Counsellor and a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counsellor. Bob has over 35 years experience as a therapist working with individuals, couples, and families.

Saunders, Keith - Ph.D.
#2300 - 2850 Shaughnessy St., Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 802-5202

Shaffer, Jayeson - M.Ed., B.S.W., R.S.W.
Jayeson Shaffer Counselling
Cell: (604) 612-0763
Note: Jayeson is a life coach and concurrent mental health/addiction therapist. Jayeson also specializes in the treatment of stress, anger, and life transitions for individuals. Jayeson works with both individuals and couples.

Sohi, Bavinder - Ph.D.
2300 - 2850 Shaughnessy St., Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 552-4368
Note: Bavinder works with adults and geriatric clients across a wide spectrum of problems ranging from everyday stresses of life to specific mental disorders. Bavinder utilizes a diverse psychological therapy approach within a holistic framework. Bavinder teaches coping strategies for specific situations and speaks English, Punjabi, and Hindi.

Port Moody - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Southey, Sharon - MA, RCC
St. Johns Health and Wellness Professional Centre
2226 St. John's St., Port Moody
Phone: (604) 937-3883
Note: Sharon works with individuals, couples, and families using CBT, psychodynamic therapy, and a Rogerian approach. Sharon utilizes SFBT and mindfulness with her clients that struggle with addiction. Sharon finds mindfulness, as a body-centered therapy, particularly helpful for people with addictions. In her work with families, Sharon uses systems therapy and Gottman marital therapy (level 2). Sharon has been in private practice since 1992.

Wagner, Dale - MA, RCC
Port Moody
Note: Dale is not currently in private practice.

Wagner, John - Ph.D., R.Psych.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy Centre of Vancouver
Port Moody (satellite office)
Phone: (778) 838-6875
Note: Dr. Wagner provides psychological services for both adolescent and adult clients and regularly consults with other area providers in working with persons struggling with complex multi-systemic disorders. Dr. Wagner has expertise with DBT including a 2 year postdoctoral fellowship with Dr. Marsha Linehan at the University of Washington. John works with adults, youth, and families.

Wint, Cory - BA, ICADC
HeartQuest Healing
Port Moody
Phone: (604) 818-1771
E-Mail: wint@heartquest.ca
Note: Since 1994, Cory has worked as a counsellor specializing in addictions. Cory has experience in dealing with complex problematic substance use and non-productive communication. Cory is also a certified Substance Abuse Professional as defined by the US Department of Transportation and is co-owner of Heartquest Holistic Wellness Centre. Cory also provides continuing care groups for clients residing in the Lower Mainland that have completed residential treatment.

Surrey - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Carey, Pauline - MA, RCC
#207 Scottsdale Square Business Centre
7164 - 120th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 507-8055 local 207
Cell: (604) 315-1750
Note: Pauline's experience with addictions includes a 6-month master's practicum, private practice since 1986, clinical supervision at Deltassist for 5 years, as well as prevention, group and individual treatment that includes ACOA and court mandated clients.  Since 2005, Pauline has counselled with the Responsible Driver Program. Pauline has expertise in harm reduction, addictions education, and practical relapse prevention, Life Stress Reduction and TIR.

Dubberley, Patricia - RCC
Dubberley Counselling, Therapy & Consulting
309-9688 148 St., Surrey
Phone: (604) 930-0286

Emery, Wayne - Ph.D.
ACT-Healthwise Psychological Services
120 - 16555 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Phone: (604) 562-5559
Note: Wayne has expertise in facilitating psychological well-being (anxiety, panic, phobias, PTSD, abuse, grief, loss, depression, anger), improving relationships (couples, children, teenagers, work), health issues (substance abuse, sleep disruption, head injuries, chronic pain, headaches, preparing for surgery) and performance enhancement (concentration & memory, athletic enhancement, performance anxiety, creativity). Wayne is also a Registered Art Therapist.

Grobman, Grant - R.Psych. Assoc.
Collaborative Workplace
#1 3363 Rosemary Heights Crescent, Surrey
Phone: (604) 317-3357
Note: Grant utilizes a range of therapeutic methods that include: humanistic and client directed approaches; family systems therapy; SFBT; ego supportive techniques; trauma therapies including EMDR; Emotional Focused Therapy; and expressive therapies. Grant is currently the Clinical Director of Touchstone Family Assn. and was previously clinical director of Richmond Addiction Services and manager of the BC Hydro EAP. Grant works with both adults and youth.

Groenewold, Frank - Ph.D., RCC
210 9815 140th St., Surrey
Phone: (604) 970-0321
Note: Frank has more than 23 years of experience as a counsellor. Frank was a school counsellor for 11 years, working with children from age 5 to 14 with a variety of personal, family, or school issues and has been in private practice for the past 13 years serving a population of clients ranging in age from 4 to 80.

Hoogeveen, Patricia - RCC
6758 150 Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 597-9273

Hufsmith, Carolyn - MA, RCC
Surrey
Phone: (778) 241-5473

Johnson, Janice - RPC
Sage Counselling & Addiction Services
10445 East Whalley Ring Road, Surrey
Phone: (604) 589-7080
Toll-free: 1(800) 668-3205
Note: Sage Counselling was formerly known as Jackson-Murray Consultants. Sage Counselling also does monitoring.

Chahal, Kuldip - M.Ed., RCC
Kuldip Counselling & Consulting Services
13401 - 108 Ave., Surrey
Phone: (604) 764-9575
Note: Kuldip's focus is on drugs, alcohol, and gambling and utilizes CBT, and SFBT. Kuldip also has a part-time position as an addiction counsellor with Surrey Mental Health & Addictions. Kuldip has been in private practice since 2004 and is fluent in English and Punjabi. Kuldip treats primarily adults but also works with adolescents. Kuldip also works with spouses and families impacted by addiction.

Kuna, Kathy - MA, RCC
Surrey
Phone: (604) 725-4646
Note: Kathy has been in private practice since 2000 and, prior to that, has worked in both treatment and support recovery. Kathy works with individuals (adolescents and adults), couples, and families. Kathy utilizes both 12-step and harm reduction models and incorporates motivational interviewing in her practice. Kathy also works with individuals struggling with "process" addictions. Please contact Kathy for her address.

Sarkaria, Tejinder - MA, RCC
Fraser Heights Business Centre
#108-10422 168 St., Surrey
Phone: (604) 506-5726
Note: In his own words: "I have been working in the addictions field for over 10 years. The approaches that I use are CBT, Client Centered and SFBT." Besides his private practice, Tejinder is a counsellor at Deltassist Family and Community Services and is an affiliate for Shepell-FGI in their EAP Program. Besides English, Tejinder speaks Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu. Tejinder works with adults.

Schinke, Birgit - RCC
Surrey
Phone: (604) 983-8616

Shoblom, Wayne - MSW, RCSW
Mainland Counselling
# 240 - 8318 - 120th Street (Scott Road), Surrey
Toll-free: 1(877) 580-4448
Note: Since 1992, Wayne has counselled individuals, couples and families and has been assisting people struggling with depression, anxiety, panic disorders, bi-polar illness, schizophrenia, personality disorders, and substance addiction. Wayne's therapeutic influences include CBT, family therapy, psychodynamic theory, and humanistic theory.

Smith, Barbara
Rainbow Clinic
206-8556 120th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 597-0363
Note: Barbara has 30 years of diverse experience including family services, alcohol and drug programs, public and mental health. She specializes in treating depression, grief and loss, self-esteem issues, adjustment problems, spiritual issues, relationship difficulties, and parenting concerns.

Tsawwassen - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Longworth, Mary - M.Sc., RCC
Delta Counselling
Tsawwassen
Phone: (604) 948-3262
Note: Mary has been in private practice since 1995 and specializes in working with couples but also works with individuals (adults & adolescents) and families. Her approaches to therapy include CBT, SFBT, systemic and eclectic with a Rogerian underpinning. Mary has worked in residential treatment in the past and works with many clients struggling with a variety of addictions as well as other issues such as parenting, divorce & separation, self esteem, abuse, grief & loss.

White Rock - PRIVATE PRACTICE THERAPISTS

Buirs, Robin - MA, RCC
White Rock
Phone: (604) 312-8343
Note: In addition to working in private practice, Robin was a counsellor in the SHARE adult addiction program for 12 years. In his own words: "I have worked with individuals, couples and facilitated groups on topics such as stress management, lifestyle changes, harm reduction, and relapse prevention. I am familiar with Biopsychosocial-spiritual, 12-step, Narrative, CBT, SFBT, and Motivational Interviewing." Robin works with adults only.

Shephard, Tracey - RCC
Peace Arch Community Services
882 Maple Street, White Rock
Phone: (604) 538-2522 ext. 243
Note: Tracey uses CBT and Bio-psychosocial approaches to addiction (5 years experience; many clients in 12 step programs) and has some training also in trauma counselling (Level 1 EMDR training), depression, and anxiety. Tracey sometimes sees teens 16 and older but mostly works with adults. Besides her private practice, Tracey is an addiction counsellor at Peace Arch Community Services.

Your Centerpoint Therapy
White Rock
Note: Linda is opening her White Rock practice in early 2009.

Zacharuk, Brenda J. - M.Sc., BA, RMFT
White Rock
Phone: (604) 541-8555
Note: Brenda has been providing individual, couple and family therapy/coaching for approximately 10 years. Brenda's areas of specializations include self esteem, assertiveness training, anger management, communication skills, parenting techniques, stress management, grief/loss support, PTSD, CISD, NLP, meditation, visualizations, support for depression, addiction counselling (alcohol, drugs, smoking, shopping, sex) and abuse counselling. Please call for address.

Glossary of Common Acronyms in Psychotherapy (Degrees, Certifications, Agencies, Disorders, etc.)

ACOA - Adult Children of Alcoholics
ADTR - Academy of Dance Therapists certified by the American Dance Therapy Association
BPHE - Bachelors of Physical Education
BRI - Board Registered Interventionist certified by Association of Intervention Specialist Credentialing Board
BScN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing
CAC - Certified Addictions Counsellor certified by Canadian Council of Professional Certification
CBT - Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy
CCC - Canadian Certified Counsellor certified by Canadian Counselling Association (CCA)
CEAP - Certified Employee Assistance Professional certified by Employee Assistance Professionals Association
CGC - Certified Problem Gambling Counsellor certified by Canadian Council of Professional Certification
CHt - Certified Hypnotherapist certified by the Professional Board of Hypnotherapy
CMAT - Certified Eating Disorder Therapist certified by International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Therapists (IITAP)
CSAC - Certified Substance Abuse Counsellor
CSAT - Certified Sex Addiction Therapist certified by International Institute of Trauma and Addiction Therapists (IITAP)
CTS - Certified Trauma Specialist certified by the Australasian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ASTSS)
DBT - Dialectical Behavioural Therapy
DH - Diploma in Hypnotherapy
DKATI - Diploma of Kootnai Art Therapy Institute
D.Min. - Doctor of Ministry
DTR - Dance Therapists Registered certified by the American Dance Therapy Association
EAP - Employee Assistance Program
EFAP - Employee and Family Assistance Program
EFT - Emotion Focused Therapy
EFT - Emotional Freedom Technique
EFT-ADV - Certified Emotional Freedom Technique certified by the Gary Craig Foundation
EMDR - Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
FIPA - Fellow of the International Psychoanalytic Association
ICADC - International Certified Alcohol and Drug Counsellor certified by Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation (CACCF)
IEATA - International Expressive Arts Therapy Association
MA - Master of Arts
MC - Master of Counselling
MCFD - Ministry of Children and Family Development is responsible for government programs targeting children and youth in the province of BC
M.Div. - Master of Divinity
M.Ed. - Master of Education
MI - Motivational Interviewing
MNLP - Master of Neuro Linguistic Programming
MOH - BC Ministry of Health
MPCP - Master Practitioner of Counselling Psychology certified by Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.
MRPC - Registered Master Professional Counsellor certified by Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.
MRTC - Maple Ridge Treatment Centre
M.Sc. - Master of Science
MSW - Master of Social Work
MTSC - Masters of Theological Studies & Counselling
NLP - Neuro Linguistic Programming
OCD - Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
PACS - Peace Arch Community Services
Ph.D. - Doctor of Philosophy
Psy.D. - Doctor of Psychology
PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
RAS - Registered Addictions Specialist certified by Breining Institute in California.
RCC - Registered Clinical Counsellor certified by British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors
REAT - Registered Expressive Arts Therapist
RMFT - Registered Marriage and Family Therapist certified by American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
RMT - Registered Massage Therapist certified by the College of Massage Therapists of British Columbia or the CMTBC
RN  - Registered Nurse
R.Psych. - Registered Psychologist
RPC - Registered Professional Counsellor certified by Canadian Professional Counsellors Association.
RPT - Registered Play Therapist certified by Association for Play Therapy
RRP - Registered Rehabilitation Professional certified by Vocational Rehabilitation Association
RSW - Registered Social Worker certified by British Columbia Association of Social Workers
SAP - Substance Abuse Professional certified by United States Department of Transportation (DOT)
SFBT - Solution Focused Brief Therapy
SRT - Self Regulation Therapy certified by Canadian Foundation for Trauma Research and Education 
TAT - Tapas Acupressure Technique
TFT - Thought Field Therapy
TIR - Traumatic Incident Reduction
VCHA - Vancouver Coastal Health Authority
VIHA - Vancouver Island Health Authority

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MEDICAL SERVICES FOR ADDICTION - FRASER REGION

Glossary of Acronyms

ASAM
- American Society of Addiction Medicine <www.asam.org>
CCFP
- Certificant of the College of Family Physicians as certified by the College of Family Physicians of Canada <www.cfpc.ca>
CPSBC
- College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC
CSAM - Canadian Society of Addiction Medicine <www.csam.org>
FASAM - Fellow of the American Society of Addiction Medicine

Main MEDICAL SERVICE Referral Lines

BC Nurse Line
Phone: (604) 215-4700 (Vancouver)
Toll-free: 1(866) 215-4700
Deaf and Hearing-Impaired: 1(866) 889-4700
Note: the BC Nurse Line is staffed with Registered Nurses and provides triage, assessment of symptoms, translation services, call transfer to emergency services (crisis lines, ambulance), and referral to non-emergency programs (detox, outpatient counselling). Nurses also provide inter-rim self-care instructions for individuals who cannot immediately access counselling or medical services such as detox. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Access Central
Toll-free: 1(866) 658-1221
Note: for referrals to detox and supportive recovery housing. Access Central is staffed with social workers who can provide on-the-spot counselling and coping strategies. Hours are 9 am to 9 pm seven days a week. Messages left on voice mail will be returned the following day.

D-Talks Youth Detox Line
Toll-free: 1(866) 658-1221
After hours: (604) 872-4349
Note: a toll-free number for youth 12 to 21 requiring detox treatment services. D-Talks is staffed with social workers who can provide on-the-spot counselling and coping strategies. Hours are 9 am to 9 pm seven days a week.

ABBOTSFORD - MEDICAL SERVICES

Abbotsford Methadone Maintenance Therapy

Abbotsford Health Centre
Lower Mainland Drug Freedom Inc.
33786 George Ferguson Way, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 870-9925
Toll-free: 1(866) 970-9925
Note: A private clinic. Fees are $60 for the first month and $55 per month thereafter. Please call to schedule an appointment. Open Monday to Friday (hours vary on a daily basis).

Abbotsford Treatment Services for HIV/AIDS & Other Communicable Diseases

Positive Living Fraser Valley Society
31414 Marshall Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 556-6228
Note: provides support and services for those living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Programs include referrals to services, housing, medication and lifestyle choices, transportation and application assistance.

Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) offers support services for people living with HIV/AIDS. For more information call (604) 850-6639 or toll-free 1(888) 622-6337.

BURNABY - MEDICAL SERVICES

Burnaby Treatment Services for HIV/AIDS and Other Communicable Diseases

HIV/AIDS Program
40 Begbie Street, Burnaby
Phone: (604) 526-2522
Note: provides counseling and support groups for individuals living with, or at risk for, HIV/AIDS. Serves Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody.

Burnaby Primary Care Mental Health & Addiction Services

Burnaby Primary Care Clinic
3935 Kincaid Street, Burnaby
Burnaby Mental Health & Addictions
Phone: (604) 412-6571
Note: offers general medical health care to clients of Burnaby Mental Health & Addiction Services. Hours are 9:00 to 4:00 pm Monday to Friday.

CHILLIWACK - MEDICAL SERVICES

Chilliwack Withdrawal Management Services (Detox)

Chilliwack Withdrawal Management Unit
5th floor - 45600 Menholm Road
Chilliwack General Hospital
Phone (605) 703-6986
Toll-free: 1(866) 795-0600
Note: a 9-bed medical detox available to those 15 and older who reside in the Fraser Health Authority (see map).

Chilliwack Methadone Maintenance Therapy

Cedarview Clinic
Lower Mainland Drug Freedom Inc.
9241 Main Street, Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 792-1070
Toll-free: 1(877) 792-1070
Note: A private clinic. An appointment is necessary. Fee is $55 per month. Open Monday to Thursday (hours vary on a daily basis).

Chilliwack Treatment Services for HIV/AIDS & Other Communicable Diseases

Fraser Valley Connection Services
2-46010 Princess Avenue, Chilliwack
Phone: (604)795-3757
Note: a program for youth that offers needle exchange, and HIV/AIDS support services for residents from Mission to Boston Bar. Hours are noon to 6 pm Monday to Friday.

DELTA MEDICAL SERVICES

Delta Medical Monitoring

Smith, Brenda - RN, COHN(C)
102-1628 Fosters Way, Delta
Phone: (778) 233-6029
Email: blsmith@telus.net
Note: Brenda is a Certified Occupational Health Nurse and provides workplace addiction management services: medical case management and monitoring services. Serves Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

MAPLE RIDGE - MEDICAL SERVICES

Maple Ridge Methadone Maintenance Therapy

Alouette Addictions Services
22477 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 583-6364
Note: A contracted agency with the Fraser Health Authority. Dr. Johan Wouterloot provides methadone maintenance therapy services through Alouette. Fee is $40 per month. As of October, 2008, no new clients are being accepted until 2009.

MISSION - MEDICAL SERVICES

Mission Addiction Medicine Services

Wouterloot, Johan - B.Sc., MD, CCFP, ASAM, CSAM
Mission Oaks Medical Center
7303 Hurd Street, Mission
Phone: (604) 826-4911 or (604) 462-9915
Note: as of October, 2008, Dr. Wouterloot is not accepting new patients.

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NEW WESTMINSTER - MEDICAL SERVICES

New Westminster Withdrawal Management Services (Detox)

Western Canada Detox Centre
208 - 301 East Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 525-5211. 
Note: provides rapid opiate detoxification under anesthesia for those struggling with withdrawal from heroin, methadone and other opiates. Since rapid detox is not covered by MSP, the fee is $5,300. For more information refer to the website. Hours are 9:00 to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday.

New Westminster Methadone Maintenance Therapy

Lower Mainland Drug Freedom
25 Blackwood Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 520-1068
Note: Fee is $65 per month. Hours are Monday & Thursday 9:30 to 6:00 pm, Tuesday 9:30 to 5:00 pm, Wednesday 9:30 to 6:30 pm, and Friday 9:30 to 4:00 pm (closed noon hour Monday to Friday).

New Westminster Treatment Services for HIV/AIDS & Other Communicable Diseases

The HIV/AIDS Program
40 Begbie Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 526-2522.
Note: provides counseling and support groups for individuals living with or are at risk for HIV/AIDS. Serves Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody.

New Westminster Needle Exchange
537 Carnarvon Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 777-6740
Note: for injection drug users.

New Westminster Addiction Medicine Services

Coleman, Douglas - MD, CCFP, CASAM
Columbia Medical Building
#208 - 301 East Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 525-5211
Note: Dr. Coleman is also the Medical Director of Western Canada Detox Centre (see above).

Hedges, Donald - MD
Columbia Medical Building
#208 - 301 East Columbia Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 525-5211
Note: From 1984 to 1988, in addition to practicing Medicine, Donald Hedges served as Assistant Professor of Kinesiology at SFU. Since 1990 Donald has specialized in addiction medicine and has been an expert witness in addiction medicine by the Supreme Court of BC, by the Human Rights Tribunal and in labour relations hearings. Donald is the co-founder of BC's first caduceus group for health professionals in recovery.

Sobey, Paul - MD, CCFP
Paul W. Sobey Inc.
Keary Medical Centre
#107 - 245 East Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone: (604) 521-7784

New Westminster Medical Monitoring

Roitberg, Daniel - RTC, ACRPS, Counsellor
#401 - 625 5th Avenue, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 589-8325
Note: Daniel has worked in addictions since 1982. Daniel's main focus is monitoring employees with substance use disorders. Daniel is an Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist (CENAPS) and a Certified Reality Therapist (Glasser Institute - Van Nuys California). Daniel has helped to develop several inpatient and outpatient programs.

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PORT MOODY - MEDICAL SERVICES

Port Moody Medical Monitoring

Wint, Cory - BA, ICADC
HeartQuest Healing
Port Moody
Phone: (604) 818-1771
E-Mail: wint@heartquest.ca
Note: Since 1994, Cory has worked as a counsellor and has a degree in Human and Social Development from UVic. Cory has experience in dealing with complex problematic substance use and non-productive communication. Cory is also a certified Substance Abuse Professional as defined by the US Department of Transportation and is co-owner of Heartquest Holistic Wellness Centre.

SURREY - MEDICAL SERVICES

Surrey Withdrawal Management Services (Detox)

Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre
13740 94 A Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 587-3755
Note: a 30-bed detox located on the grounds of Surrey Memorial Hospital. Creekside has 24 adult and 6 youth beds.

Surrey Methadone Maintenance Therapy

Bio-Scan
Stroh Health Care Consulting Corporation
100 - 7337 137th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 599-4306
Note: A private clinic. Fee is $55 per month. Hours are Monday to Wednesday 9:00 to 4:30 pm (closed noon hour).

Health Gate Medical Clinic
13446 108th Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 583-6364
Note: A private clinic. Open Wednesdays.

New Beginnings
Lower Mainland Drug Freedom Inc.
10690 135A Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 582-1068
Note: A private clinic. Walk-in clients are welcome. Hours are Monday 9:30 to 6:30 pm, Tuesday and Wednesday 9:30 to 4:00 pm, and Thursday 9:30 to 3:00 pm (closed noon hour).

Park City Medical Center
Sandell Professional Center
#103-10216 128th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 585-4385
Note: A private clinic. An appointment is necessary. Fee is $60 per month. Hours are Monday 11:00 to 4:00 pm, Tuesday 11:00 to 6:30 pm, Wednesday 11:00 to 6:00 pm, Thursday 10:00 to 6:00 pm, and Friday 10:00 to 1:00 pm (open noon hour).
 
Surrey Treatment Services for HIV/AIDS & Other Communicable Diseases

Surrey North Community Health Centre
10697 135 A Street, Surrey
Free Medical Clinic: (604) 583-5666
Julian House: (604) 589-8678
Positive Haven: (604) 588-9004
Note: provides health services for residents of Surrey and neighbouring communities that may be infected with sexually transmitted diseases, hepatitis, HIV/AIDS. Also refers people to addiction and mental health services. Programs include a free medical clinic, Julian House which provides affordable housing for people with HIV/AIDS, and Positive Haven which provides counseling and a support group.

Surrey Primary Care Mental Health & Addiction Services

Primary Care Clinic
Gateway Station Tower
#1300 - 13401 - 108th Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 953-4940
Note: a medical clinic providing general medical and nursing care to individuals experiencing addiction or concurrent mental health/addiction issues that do not have a family physician. Open to adults and youth and substance-affected family members. Staffing includes general practitioners with special interests in psychiatry and addictions, family nurse practitioners, registered nurses and medical office assistants. A referral is required. Hours are 9:00 to 6:00 pm Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and 9:00 to 5:00 pm Monday and Friday (closed noon hour).

Surrey Medical Monitoring Services

Healthserv
South Surrey
Phone: (250) 881-1186
Toll-free: 1(800) 270-8048



MUTUAL SUPPORT MEETINGS - FRASER REGION

REGIONAL MUTUAL SUPPORT GROUP CONTACT INFORMATION

Alcoholics Anonymous - Abbotsford Central Office/Intergroup
#17-1961 Eagle St. Abbotsford
24 Hr. Hotline: 604-850-0811

Al-Anon/Alateen - Vancouver Central Services Office
101-3680 East Hastings St., Vancouver
Phone: (604) 688-1716
Note: see the Kelowna section for the BC Interior Office and the Victoria section for the Vancouver Island Office.

Alcoholics Anonymous - BC Yukon Area 79

Vancouver
Phone: (604) 435-2181
info@bcyukonaa.org

Alcoholics Anonymous - Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society
3457 Kingsway, Vancouver
Phone: (604) 434-3933
Note: See the Victoria section for the AA Central Office in Victoria.

Alcoholics Anonymous - Area 78
Note: covers North eastern BC (Peace River area) and South Eastern BC (East Kootenays).

Alcoholics Anonymous - Area 92 (Washington State East Area)
Note: covers South Eastern BC AA meetings (Nakusp, Slocan, Kaslo, Winlaw, Fruitvale, New Denver, Nelson, Castlegar, Trail and Salmo).

Cocaine Anonymous - BC Area
131 - 19567 Fraser Highway, Surrey
Phone: (604) 662-8500
Toll-free: 1(800) 662-8300

Narcotics Anonymous - BC Region
Phone: (604) 873-1018

Narcotics Anonymous - Canadian Assembly
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Narcotics Anonymous - Chinook Area
Calgary, Alberta
Phone: (403) 569-3427
Note: covers NA meetings for Cranbrook, Fernie, and Kimberley.

SMART Recovery
Vancouver (604) 714-3480

BC MUTUAL SUPPORT MEETINGS AND RELATED SOCIAL CLUBS

Abbotsford - has the Intergroup Central Office located at 17-1961 Eagle Street, 24 hour hotline (604) 850-0811. District 39 has a list of AA meetings for Abbotsford. For general AA meeting information see also District 39 call (604) 615-2911


Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Abbotsford and surrounding communities.

Abbotsford has an Alano Club at 2584 Cyril Street, phone (604) 859-1601. Hours are 6:30 am to 10 pm Monday to Friday.

Agassiz - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for Agassiz. For general AA meeting information in District 45 call (604) 819-2644. Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Agassiz and surrounding communities.

Aldergrove - AA's District 43 has a list of AA meetings for Aldergrove. For general AA meeting information in District 43 call (604) 533-2600. The South of Fraser Area has a list of NA meetings for Aldergrove. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018. See Langley for additional resources.

Anmore - District 40 has a list of AA meetings for the Tri-Cities area including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For general meeting information call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website <vancouveraa.ca/directory.pdf>.

Belcarra - District 40 has a list of AA meetings for the Tri-Cities area including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For general meeting information call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Boston Bar - see Chilliwack.

Burnaby - District 30 has a list of AA meetings for North Burnaby and parts of northeast Vancouver. District 32 has a list of AA meetings for South Burnaby and some of East Vancouver. For general meeting information call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website .

NA's Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Bowen Island, Burnaby, Gibsons, New Westminster, and Sechelt. For more NA general information call the helpline at (604) 873-1018. The Tri-Cities Area has a list of NA meetings in Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Cocaine Anonymous BC has a list of CA meetings for Burnaby, phone (604) 662-8500 or toll-free 1(866) 662-8300.

Burnaby has the Fellowship Club, a recovery club located at 5525 East Hastings at Ellesmere, phone (604) 298-8933. Hours are 10 am to 10 pm daily.

Chehelis - District 44 has a list of AA meetings for Chehelis. For general AA meeting information in District 44 call (604) 864-1552 or (604) 826-3510.

Chilliwack - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for Chilliwack. For general AA meeting information in District 45 call (604) 819-2644. Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Chilliwack.

Chilliwack has an Alano Club at 46035 Victoria Avenue, phone (604) 795-8880 or 792-9099. Hours are 6:30 am to 10 pm Monday to Saturday and 12 noon to 9 pm Sundays.

Cloverdale - District 43 has a list of AA meetings for Cloverdale. For general meeting information in District 43 call (604) 533-2600. See also Surrey.

Coquitlam - District 40 has a list of AA meetings for the Tri-Cities area including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For AA meeting information for District 40 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The Tri-Cities Area has a list of NA meetings in Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Cultus Lake - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for Cultus Lake. For general meeting information in District 45 call (604) 819-2644.

Delta - District 38 has a list of AA meetings for Delta. For general meeting information on District 38 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Deroche - District 44 has a list of AA meetings for Deroche. For general AA meeting information in District 44 call (604) 826-3510. Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Deroche.

Fleetwood (Surrey) - District 42 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of North Delta, Surrey, and White Rock. For general meeting information call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Fort Langley - District 43 has a list of AA meetings for Fort Langley. For general meeting information in District 43 call (604) 533-2600.

Haney - District 41 has a list of AA meetings for Haney. For general meeting information in District 41 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Harrison Hot Springs - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of Agassiz, Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, Hope, Rosedale, and Yarrow. For general meeting information call (604) 819-2644.

Harrison Mills (Kent) - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of Agassiz, Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, Hope, Rosedale, and Yarrow. For general meeting information call (604) 819-2644.

Hatzic - District 44 has a list of AA meetings for Hatzic. For general AA meeting information in District 44 call (604) 826-3510.

Hope - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for Hope. For general AA meeting information in District 45 call (604) 819-2644. Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Hope.

Kent - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of Agassiz, Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, Hope, Rosedale, and Yarrow. For general meeting information call (604) 819-2644.

Ladner - District 38 has a list of AA meetings for Ladner. For general meeting information for District 38 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The Richmond South Delta Area has a list of NA meetings for Ladner. For more NA information contact the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Lake Errock - District 44 has a list of AA meetings for Lake Errock. For general AA meeting information in District 44 call (604) 826-3510.

Langley - District 43 has a list of AA meetings for Langley. For general AA meeting information in District 43 call the Langley Intergroup Office at 20449 Douglas Crescent, phone (604) 533-2600.

The South of Fraser Area has a list of NA meetings for Langley. For more information on NA meetings call the Langley helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Langley has an Alano Club at 20433 Douglas Crescent, phone (604) 532-9280. Their hours of operation are 11 am to 3 pm then 7 pm to 10 pm daily.

Maple Ridge - District 41 has a list of AA meetings for Maple Ridge. For general meeting information in District 41 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website There is a list of NA meetings for the Tri-Cities Area which includes Maple Ridge. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Maple Ridge has the One Way Club, a recovery club located at 22270 North Avenue, phone (604) 463-6617. Open 8 am to 11 pm Monday to Saturday and 8 am to 9 pm Sundays.

Milner (Langley) - District 43 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of Aldergrove, Cloverdale, Fort Langley, and Langley. For general meeting information call (604) 533-2600.

Mission - District 44 has a list of AA meetings for Mission. For general AA meeting information in District 44 call (604) 826-3510 or (604) 864-1552.

Outreach Area has a list of NA meetings for Mission. Upper Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for Mission. Narcotics Anonymous has a Mission help line, phone (604) 873-1018.

For adults who have completed residential treatment there is a support group led by counselors at Fraser Valley Aftercare Services, part of Integra Counselling Group located at 9401 Cook Street in Mission, phone (604) 792-9690 or toll-free 1(866) 791-0029.

Mission has an Alano Club at 33229 N. Railway Avenue, phone (604) 826-5744. Hours are 9 am to 11 pm seven days a week (closed between 5 and 7 pm). Also provides referrals to addiction treatment.

Mount Lehman (Abbotsford) - District 39 has a list of AA meetings for Abbotsford. For general meeting information call (604) 615-2911.

New Westminster - District 34 has a list of AA meetings for New Westminster. For general meeting information for District 34 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. NA's Fraser Valley Area has a list of NA meetings for New Westminster. For more NA general information call the helpline at (604) 873-1018. Cocaine Anonymous BC has a list of CA meetings for New Westminster, phone (604) 662-8500 or toll-free 1(866) 662-8300. Dual Diagnosis Anonymous offers mutual support groups for individuals with concurrent mental health/addiction issues and is located at 606 Clarkson Street, phone (604) 525-3360 or (604) 540-7499. There is also the Women's 16-Step Empowerment Support Group which is offered by Fraserside Community Services at 2nd Floor - 519 Seventh Street, phone (604) 522-3722 local 113 which meets 6:30 to 7:30 pm Wednesdays.

North Delta - District 42 has a list of AA meetings for North Delta. For general AA meeting information in District 42 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website . The South of Fraser Area has a list of NA meetings for North Delta. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Pitt Meadows - District 41 has a list of AA meetings for Pitt Meadows. For general meeting information in District 41 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Port Coquitlam - District 40 has a list of AA meetings for the Tri-Cities area including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For general AA meeting information in District 40 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The Tri-Cities Area has a list of NA meetings in Port Coquitlam. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018. Cocaine Anonymous BC has a list of CA meetings for Port Coquitlam, phone (604) 662-8500 or toll-free 1(866) 662-8300.

Port Moody - District 40 has a list of AA meetings for the Tri-Cities area including Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody. For general AA meeting information for District 40 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The Tri-Cities Area has a list of NA meetings in Port Moody. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018. There is also a peer support group called the Posse which is designed for young women 13 to 18 years of age. Topics include relationships and drugs and alcohol. For more information contact SHARE Family and Community Services Society at (604) 936-3900.

Sardis (Chilliwack) - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for the communities of Agassiz, Chilliwack, Cultus Lake, Hope, Rosedale, and Yarrow. For general meeting information call (604) 819-2644.

Surrey - District 42 has a list of AA meetings for Surrey. For general meeting information in District 42 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

The South of Fraser Area has a list of NA meetings for Surrey. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Cocaine Anonymous BC has a list of CA meetings for Surrey, phone (604) 662-8500 or toll-free 1(866) 662-8300.

Dual Diagnosis Anonymous offers mutual support groups for individuals with concurrent mental health/addiction issues, phone (604) 953-4995 local 3610.

Surrey has Easy Does It, a recovery club located at 7277 King George Highway, phone (604) 597-9912. Hours are 11 am to 11 pm daily.

Tsawwassen (Delta) - District 38 has a list of AA meetings for  Tsawwassen. For general meeting information for District 38 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The Richmond South Delta Area has a list of NA meetings for Tsawwassen. For more NA information contact the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

White Rock - District 42 has a list of AA meetings for White Rock. For general AA meeting information in District 42 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website. The South of Fraser Area has a list of NA meetings for White Rock. For more information on NA meetings call the helpline at (604) 873-1018.

Whonnock - District 41 has a list of AA meetings for Whonnock. For general meeting information in District 41 call (604) 434-3933 or visit the Greater Vancouver Intergroup Society Website.

Yarrow - District 45 has a list of AA meetings for Yarrow. For general AA meeting information in District 45 call (604) 819-2644.

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RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - FRASER REGION

ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES - FRASER REGION

Abbotsford - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Abbotsford Adult Primary Treatment

Innercare Services International
5285 Willet Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 746-1164
Toll-free: 1(877) 826-1164
Note: founded by Brian Murphy, an experienced Psychotherapist and has been Director of many addiction clinics, with over 20 years of expertise in this area. Brian is also a former Monk and priest who has years of experience of a range of meditation techniques.

Kinghaven Treatment Centre
31250 King Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 864-0039
Toll-free: 1(877) 864-0039
Note: for adult men. Intake hours are 8:30 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday.

Peardonville House
825 Peardonville Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 856-3966
Note: has 26 beds for women and 8 beds for pre-school children. Peardonville also intake hours are 8 am to 4 pm Monday to Friday. Peardonville also offers a stabilization program that is 30,60, or 90 days for chronically-using women (see Mollie's Place).

Abbotsford Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Solace House (part of Barb's House)
Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 308-3337
Note: Gender separate programs for men and women. For women, there is Solace House in Abbotsford (10 beds).  For men, Lilac I has 10 beds while Lilac II has 10 beds. In Mission, Barb's House also has McRae House for men.

Mollie's Place
Peardonville House
Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 856-3966 local 120
Note: for adult women.

Valley House
Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 864-0039
Note: for adult men with concurrent mental health/addiction issues. Intake hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Abbotsford Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Joshua House
2860 Blue Jay Street, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 556-7390
Cell: (778) 241-1499
Note: for adult men. Office hours are 7:30 to 4:30 pm Monday to Thursday. 

Life Recovery Association
Phone: (604) 855-4440
Note: a program for adult women. New clients must be clean and sober 72 hours prior to admission. Office hours are 9:30 to 3 pm daily.

Psalm 23 Transition Society
3427 Clearbrook Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 870-5616
Cell: (604) 835-0855 (Marvin)
Note: gender separate programs for men and women. Has 2 houses for men (9 beds, 5 beds) and 1 house for women (9 beds). A commitment of 120 days is required but longer stays are also available. Office hours are 9 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Steppingstone Recovery Housing
2248 Clearbrook Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 870-0457
Note: a program for women. Referrals are made through the Langley Mental Health Centre or can be self-referred. Intakes are by phone 9 am to 3 pm Monday to Friday or in person any time of the day or week.

Teen Challenge
4131 Lakemount Road, Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 864-4232
Toll-free: 1(866) 866-0701
Note: a program for women. Intake hours are 9 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Teen Challenge also has men's support recovery located in Yarrow (see Yarrow). 

Burnaby - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Burnaby Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Charlford House
Burnaby
Phone: (604) 420-4626
Note: a program for women. 15 beds. Self-referrals are accepted. Office hours are 9 to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Address not published.

Talitha Koum House
7246 First Street, Burnaby
Phone: (604)516-6623
Note: a program for women. 9 beds. Clients can have addiction or problems with the law. Also has Giana House on Victoria & 41st in Vancouver which is a house for pregnant women. Also has a senior house in Coquitlam Mall area on Lougheed Highway.

Chilliwack - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Chilliwack Adult Primary Treatment


Tranquil Waters Addiction Treatment Services
PO Box 102
51380 Yale Road
Chilliwack BC
V0X 1X0
Phone: (604) 794-9891 Toll-free: 1(877)794-9891
Email: info@tranquilwatresaddictiontreatmentservices.com
Note: private residential treatment exclusively for women located in a 5000 sq. ft. heritage home on 2/3 acre in a quiet rural setting. Dedicated to providing education, treatment and counselling to women and families affected by the disease of addiction. Min. 3 month program. Medically supervised detox.
Chilliwack Adult Support Recovery - Secular


Chilliwack Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Teen Challenge BC
Chilliwack
Phone: (604) 823-0133
Note: a program for men.

Coquitlam - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Coquitlam Adult Primary Treatment

Miller House
837 Miller Avenue, Coquitlam
Phone: (604)468-2032
Toll-free: 1(877) 939-1420.
Note: a program for men.

Delta - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Delta Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Redemption Ministry for Men
Delta
Phone: (604) 715-9155
Note: a program for men. Has a 12-bed, Stage I home and a 8-bed Stage II home. Program combines Christianity with the 12 Steps of AA. Minimum stay is 90 days with a maximum of one year or longer. 

Langley - ADULT RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Langley Adult Primary Treatment

LDR Holistic Treatment Inc.
(formerly Life Development Resources)
5724 Glover Road, Langley
Phone: (604) 530-9508
Toll-free: 1(866) 649-3969
Note: offers a 30, 45, 60, 90 and 120 day format with a program designed to be comprehensive in its approach. Goals are multi-purpose in addressing not only the symptoms of the addiction, causes and effects but developing healthy coping strategies making it possible to live free from mood altering substances.

Langley Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Campbell Valley House of Hope
Wagner Hills Farm Society
4th Ave. & 216th Street, South Langley
Phone: (604) 530-6228
Note: a program for women. Has two house (Stage I - 8 beds, Stage II - 6 beds). Smoking is not allowed for clients attending Wagner Hills. Program does not follow 12 steps of AA. Campbell Valley House of Hope is a farm but not a working farm. No smoking is permitted in program whatsoever.

Wagner Hills Farm
8061 264th Street, Langley
Phone: (604) 856-9432
Note: a program for men. Self-referrals are accepted. Hours are 8 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday. Minimum stay is 1 year. Licensed for 50 beds.

Langley Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Awakenings Recovery Homes Inc.
Langley
Phone: (604) 376-3457
Note: a 12-bed home for women.

Maple Ridge - Adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Maple Ridge Adult Primary Treatment

Hannah House
Innervisions
11982 Laity Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 466-4215
Toll-free: 1(866) 466-4215
Note: a program for women. Intake hours are 9 am to 4:30 pm seven days a week. Women on methadone are accepted.

Maple Ridge Treatment Centre
22269 Callaghan Avenue, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 467-3471
Toll-free: 1(877) 678-6782
Note: a program for men. A referral is required. Intake hours are 8 to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

Women's Freedom Treatment Center
10268 McEachern Street, Maple Ridge
Phone: (604) 477-1776
Toll-free: 1(877) 678-2108
Note: A residential treatment program which provides women with the tools they need to live a happy, joyous and free life, free from the devastating disease of addiction. We offer individual counselling and assessment, education, a 12 step program and group therapy.

Mission - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Mission Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Barb's House
Mission
Phone: (604) 308-3337
Note: for men, Barb's House has a 10 bed house in Mission. See Barb's House in Abbotsford Adult Support Recovery - Secular for more information.

Mission Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Lydia Home
Union Gospel Mission
Mission
Phone: (604) 826-4868
Note: a Christian-based program for women 18 and older. Length of stay is 90 days. 9 beds. Clients are not allowed to work since they are in class 8 to 3 pm every day. Pregnant women in first 2 trimesters accepted.

New Westminster - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

New Westminster Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Lana House Society
407 Kelly Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 524-3969
Note: a program for men. Clients must have completed residential treatment within the past year and be familiar with the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. Clients must be willing to go to school or work. Clients on methadone not accepted. Self-referrals are accepted. Intake hours are 10 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Last Door Recovery Society
323 8th Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 525-9771
Note: a program for men. Last Door is a long-term male-only residential rehab program that follows the Therapeutic Community model combined with a 12 Step philosophy. Office hours are 9 to 5 pm. A referral is required.

Westminster House
228 7th Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 524-5633
Toll-free: 1(866) 524-5633
Note: a program for women. 10 beds. Minimum stay is 90 days. An application form must be completed by health professional.

Port Coquitlam - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Port Coquitlam Adult Primary Treatment

Prairie House
Innervisions Recovery Society
1937 Prairie Avenue, Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 468-2032
Toll-free: 1(877) 939-1420
Note: a program for men. Self-referrals are accepted. Intake hours are any time before 10:30 pm seven days a week.

Port Coquitlam Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Glory House
Hope for Freedom Society

Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 464-0472
Note: a program for women. Has 16 beds in two homes. Minimum stay is 90 days. Clients can work or go to school after 3 months. Self-referrals are accepted.

Resurrection House
Hope for Freedom Society
Port Coquitlam
Phone: (604) 464-0475
Note: a program for men. Operates Christian-based early- and second-stage homes for men which has 50 beds in five homes. Offers courses in anger management, life skills, and co-dependency. Minimum stay is 90 days. Self referrals are accepted. Intake hours are 9 to 3 pm Monday to Friday.



Surrey - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Surrey Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Awakenings Recovery Homes
Surrey
Note: has gender separate programs for men and women. Has a junior house (Stage I) with 16 beds, a Stage II with 10 beds, and a Stage III house with 12 beds. Minimum stay is 3 to 6 months. Fees apply. Call between 9 to 6 pm Monday to Friday for information.

Changing Ways
It's Up to You Recovery House Society
12991 - 100 Ave, Surrey
Phone: (604) 580-1912
Cell: (604) 512-1479
Note: a program for men. Has 2 houses in Surrey on 100th Avenue for Stage I and Stage II clients. Clients in Stage II and III are referred to It's Up to You on 12th & Commercial in Vancouver (clients "graduate" from Surrey to Vancouver). Clients can stay up to 4 months. Self-referrals accepted. Intake hours are 9 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Ellendale Program
Elizabeth Fry
11187 Ellendale Drive, Surrey
Phone: (604) 583-2502 (direct)
Phone: (604) 520-1166 (office)
Note: a program for women. Ellendale Program is an amalgamation of Liz's House and Marguerite's Place. A referral is required.

Finally Free Recovery Society
Phone: (604) 507-4244
Surrey
Note: a program for men. Self-referrals are acceptable. Intake hours are 9 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Freedom House Society
13765-13767 105 Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 580-2783
Note: a program for men. Freedom House Society operates 7 sober living homes for men and has a minimum 90-day length of stay as well as second stage homes. Clients progress through these homes as they strengthen their recovery. Intake hours are 9 to 4 pm Monday to Friday. A referral is required.

Hope House
Vision Quest Society
Surrey
Phone: (604) 537-4401
Note: a program for men. There are 3 locations: Hope House (Langley), Reality 101 (Surrey), and Satori House (Cloverdale). Hope House is Stage I and II, Satori House is Stage III, and Reality 101 is Stage I. Reality 101 is for court referred clients. Hope House length of stay is 150 to 180 days. Religious worship is mandatory but can be for any denomination.

Launching Pad
984 160th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 536-3022
Note: a program for men. 28 beds. Average stay is 8 months. Minimum stay is 90 days. Clients can start working after first few months of stay. Self-referrals are accepted.

Lifelines Recovery Group
Phone: (604) 783-5170 (Intake)
Surrey
Note: a program for men. Lifelines also takes couples. Minimum stay is 90 days. Self-referrals are accepted. A monthly fee is charged. Has two houses (Junior home - 14 beds, Stage II - 15 beds). Clients who self-refer are accepted.

Lion Wellness Center
8022 140 St., Surrey
Phone: (604) 617-7763
Email: dharbinder@hotmail.com
Note: 90 day program with a second stage program. English and Punjabi.

Path to Freedom
19030 #10 Highway - 56th Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 576-6466
Note: an all-male support recovery home for a 90 day length of stay. Services are also offered in Punjabi, Hindi, and Urdu.  Self-referrals accepted. Office hours are 7 to 5 pm Monday to Friday.

Phoenix Society
13686 94 A Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 583-7166 ext. 1
Note: a program for men. Phoenix utilizes a modified Therapeutic Community model. The minimum stay is 90 days. Self-referrals are accepted. Intake hours are 1 to 3 pm Monday to Thursday. 

Serenity House
Surrey
Phone: (604) 930-3159
Note: a program for men and women. Clients at Serenity House are exclusively on methadone maintenance therapy. Adult men house is 12 bed and adult women house is 4 beds. Uses a combination of 12 step and wellness wheel model. Length of stay is 3 months to one year.

Step by Step Methadone
Surrey
Phone: (604) 591-3153
Note: a gender separate support recovery program.

Step by Step Recovery Homes
Surrey House
Phone: (604) 591-3153 (Step by Step)
Phone: (604) 589-8940 (Surrey House)
Note: has one co-ed home , one women's home, one men's home, and one senior co-ed home. Office hours are 8:30 to 5 pm Monday to Friday. Self-referrals accepted.

Welcome Home Society
6925 King George Highway, Surrey
Phone: (604) 592-3001
Note: a program for men. 30 beds. Program length is a minimum one year but averages two years. There is no cost for this program. Self-referrals are accepted 7 days a week.

Surrey Adult Support Recovery - Faith-Based

Lacey's Place Recovery
Surrey
Phone: (604) 807-6190
Note: for adult women. Has two support recovery homes. Mandatory attendance for church on Sundays. Minimum stay is 90 days. Intake hours are 8 am to 10 pm daily.

Luke 15 House
11861 99th Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 930-4884
Note: a program for men. Clients are usually court ordered from corrections. Call anytime for an intake. Self-referral accepted.

Servants Anonymous Society (SAS)
Surrey
Phone: (604) 590-2304
Note: a program for female youth and adults ages 15 to 29. SAS will consider women 30 or older on a case-by-case basis.

Vrana House
Surrey
Phone: (604) 723-0728
Note: a program for women. Mandatory church on Sunday. 1 bed.

White Rock - adult RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

White Rock Adult Support Recovery - Secular

Courage to Change
White Rock
Phone: (778) 878-0877
Note: has gender separate programs for men and women. The women's program is 10 beds. The men's program has 15 beds. Both programs have a minimum stay of 90 days and an average stay of 180 to 240 days.

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Youth Residential Services - FRASER REGION

Abbotsford - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Abbotsford Youth Residential Services

See also Abbotsford in the Native Residential Services section.

New Westminster - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

New Westminster Youth Support Recovery (Sober Living)

Last Door Youth Program
109 Ash Street, New Westminster
Phone: (604) 520-3587
Note: treatment is based on the "Therapeutic Community Model" in conjunction with 12 Step philosophies. Clients are assisted to attend school, form relationships with community support groups and establish links with appropriate community agencies. Program length varies according to individual client willingness, motivation, and gains towards established goals. Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:30 to 5 pm. A referral is required.

Surrey - YOUTH RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Surrey Youth Primary Treatment

Daughters & Sisters Program
PLEA Community Services of BC
100-8431 160th Street, Surrey
Phone: (604) 543-7892 or (604) 708-2606
Note: for female youth. Seven (7) beds are available for probation-referred clients (throughout BC) and one fee-for service bed available (for youth from within Canada or international). For psychiatric services, since Daughters & Sisters is closely connected with MCFD and has a working relationship with Youth Forensic Psychiatric Services. For families, counselling is provided as an optional component. For recreation, clients can access Surrey Recreation, Culture and Leisure and are able to participate in a fitness program as part of programming that fulfills high school Physical Education requirements.

Referrals to the program are accepted from probation officers within the province of British Columbia with limited space available for client specific placements.

Clients stay with families trained in supporting teens with addictions. Families are also trained in detox, stabilization, and supported recovery. Referrals are accepted from criminal justice or VCHA addiction counselors. Office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday.

Waypoint
PLEA Community Services of BC
1690 96th Avenue, Surrey
Phone: (604) 585-9195 ext. 106. or (604) 708-2606
Note: for male youth. Referrals to the program are accepted from probation officers within the province of British Columbia with limited space available for client specific placements. Program includes individual and group therapy as well as parent-teen mediation. Clients stay with families trained in supporting teens with addictions. Families are also trained in detox, stabilization, and supported recovery. Referrals are accepted from criminal justice or VCHA addiction counsellors.

For more information refer to Daughters & Sisters above.

Native Residential Services - FRASER REGION


 

Abbotsford - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES

Abbotsford Native Residential Services

Spirit Bear Center
Abbotsford
Phone: (604) 864-0553
Note: For counselling, there is a counsellor 5 days per week in the evenings. During day, kids are schooled on site by Abbotsford teacher (School District #34). In evenings, clients attend 12 Step for Teens meetings. For detox, there are weekly visits by a nurse and doctor. For families, social worker facilitates family reintegration services after 6 months. For fitness, clients attend a recreation centre 4 days per week. Accepts non-Native but not given priority. Referrals are typically from Ministry of Children & Family Development or Xyolhemeylh. Applicants must have a Voluntary Care Agreement or be in care.

Surrey - NATIVE RESIDENTIAL SERVICES
 
Surrey Native Residential Services

Cwenegitel Aboriginal Society

Surrey
Phone: (604) 588-5910
Note: support recovery for men. Natives and non-Natives welcome. No set length of stay but recommend one year.

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