Provides counselling support to individuals who are experiencing substance use issues.

#102 13670 94A Avenue
B.C.V3V 1N1
Phone: 604-580-4950
Fax: 604-580-4966

Address Notes

We are located in the Quibble Creek Health and Transition Housing Building on the south side of Surrey Memorial Hospital across 94 A Avenue.  If you are facing the building, there is a side walk bordered by a red fence on the right hand side.  Proceed down the sidewalk until the end and our front doors are to the left.

Hours of operation

Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Eligibility

To to be eligible for our services, you must be:
  • A resident of Surrey (our boundaries are Fraser River to 40th Avenue and 120th Street to 196th Street).  South Surrey residents are served by Sources Community Resources Society.
  • An individuals concerned about their substance use (client can also be pre-contemplative, but they are willing to come to the site to explore their use)
  • An individuals affected by a significant other’s use (partner, parent, sibling, child)
Unfortunately, we are unable to provide services to individuals living outside the Surrey area, under 16 years of age (this service is provided by Pacific Community Resources Society) and who are are unable to come to our site.

Referral

Surrey Substance Use Services is a voluntary service and clients self-refer to our program. A client can come to a walk-in intake session Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. A client will meet with a Substance Use counsellor to help determine what services are needed. 

We provide intake, information, assessment, referral and counselling services in various formats: individual, couple, family and group sessions. The referral service includes linking clients with other aspects of our system of care:  Sobering and Assessment Centre, withdrawal management services, day programs, Support and Transitional Living Residences and Intensive Residential Treatment Centres.

Fees

There is no cost for the services at our site. There is a cost associated with residential treatment if the client is not on income assistance. 

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