The following information provides a snapshot of some of the health services available within or near Mission. Depending on your needs, you will have access to a broader continuum of speciality resources and health care professionals located throughout Fraser Health and Vancouver Coastal Health.

  • Community services

    Home and community care services

    • Mission Home Health office provides nursing support, older adult day programs, case management, respite care and more.
    • How to access: Home Health services can be accessed by calling the Home Health Service Line at 1-855-412-2121. The home health team will start the assessment process, assign a case manager and then conduct an assessment of the person’s care needs to determine what home health services are required. Some clients may access home health services through a Home Health Liaison when they have been admitted at a hospital and cannot return home without support.

    Residential care and assisted living 

    • We provide subsidized residential care for adults who can no longer live safely or independently at home due to complex health care needs.
    • Mission currently has one Fraser Health owned and operated facility and it has 180 beds.
    • How to access: Subsidized residential care beds can be accessed by calling the Home Health Service Line at 1-855-412-2121. The home health team will start the assessment process, assign a case manager and then conduct an assessment of the person’s care needs to see if they are eligible for residential care. If a person already has a case manager and is receiving care at home, they can speak directly with their case manager about their desire for residential care.

    Mental health and substance use

    • See tab below for a list of mental health and substance use services available in Mission.
    • How to access: Please call the Mission Mental Health office at 604-814-5600. Those looking for substance use support can also call the province-wide Alcohol and Drug Information Referral line at 604-660-9382 or 1-800-663-1441.

    Public Health and Environmental Health

    • We provide a range of services to promote health and wellness in the community.  These services include but are not limited to:
      • immunizations
      • pregnancy and early motherhood care
      • early childhood development
      • speech therapy
      • hearing clinics
      • nutrition
      • dental care
      • youth clinics
      • harm reduction
    • How to access: Please call the Mission Public Health office at 604-814-5500.
  • Hospitals

    Mission Memorial Hospital

    7234 Hurd Street, Mission, B.C. | 604.826.6261

    Mission Memorial Hospital is a 45-bed, community hospital with a 10-bed hospice. It provides primary acute care services including 24/7 emergency, outpatient and inpatient services, general medicine, laboratory and diagnostic services. In 2016/2017, Mission Memorial Hospital saw 21,041 emergency visits, treated 1,590 acute inpatients, 1,146 surgical daycare patients and had 52,171 visits to ambulatory care.

    In addition to acute care services, Mission Memorial Hospital is integrated with and supported by a network of community-based programs and services ranging from home health, public health, mental health and substance use to residential and hospice care. Considered the local community hospital for the District of Mission, Mission Memorial serves mostly its local residents and surrounding communities.

    The close proximity of Mission Memorial Hospital to Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre provides local residents easy access to a full range of secondary acute care and specialty services available at Abbotsford Regional such as maternal, child, youth services, mental health and substance use and surgical specialties.

    Hospital services:

    • 24/7 Emergency
    • Medicine
    • Outpatient and inpatient services
    • Laboratory and diagnostic services
  • Key facts


    39, 873 (2017 data,

    By 2025, the population of Mission is expected to reach 50,334.

    Healthy aging

    Mission’s Healthy Aging Report provides key information to underpin strategies to improve the health status of seniors in Fraser Health and keep them in the community.

    Community profiles

    Mission’s Community Profile provides local data to support collaborative community health planning. 

    School district 75 |

    The District has 17 schools:

    • 12 elementary schools (K-6)
    • 2 middle schools (7-9)
    • 1 secondary school (10-12)
    • A college that provides trades training, careers and apprenticeship
    • A learning centre that provides home and virtual education

    District of Mission |

  • Health services leadership
  • Mental health

    Services located in the Mission include:

    • Psychiatric Liaison Nurse: in the Mission Memorial Hospital Emergency Department Services (8:30am-4:12pm, 7 days a week)
    • Psychosis Treatment Optimization Program (PTOP) provides additional supports for individuals living with psychosis who have not responded well to previous treatments
    • Community Mental Health Services:
      • Adult Short-Term Assessment and Treatment (ASTAT) Team: session limited 1:1 counselling
      • Adult Community Support Services (ACSS) Team: for individuals with a serious and enduring mental illness, including rehabilitation services
      • Aboriginal Mental Health Case Manager: for individuals who self-identify as Aboriginal and decide to incorporate traditional wellness in their recovery
      • Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team: intensive community support for individuals diagnosed with severe and persistent mental illness and living at risk
      • Group Therapy Services (GTS): core and specialty groups
      • Older Adult Community Mental Health: short-term assessment and treatment for older adults with psychiatric issues
      • Supported Housing and Residential Program (SHARP): a variety of levels of care available with housing options
      • Concurrent Disorder Therapist: for clients with mental health and substance use issues
      • Rapid Access Clinic (RAC): outpatient psychiatry consultations
      • Psychiatric Urgent Response Clinic (PURC): outpatient psychiatry consultations for patients seen in the Emergency Department
      • Outpatient Eating Disorders Program: program shared through Fraser East
    • Community Rehabilitation Services: Occupational Therapy, Peer Support Program and Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP), Clubhouse Program, Therapeutic Volunteer Program, Rehabilitation Fund
    • Two contracted substance use outpatient counselling and prevention programs serving adults and youth, one which provides services to the Aboriginal population (includes Youth Outreach Workers and School and Community-based Prevention Program)
    • Integrated Transition of Care Team (ITCT): for Mission clients/patients being discharged from Abbotsford Regional Hospital and requiring intensive short term follow-up support

    Regional services available to individuals in Mission include:

    Substance use services 

    • Creekside Withdrawal Management Service (adult detox and dedicated youth detox/30-day stabilization beds)
    • Creekside Daytox Program (medically monitored day program)Maple Ridge Treatment Centre (intensive residential treatment program for men)
    • Maple Ridge Treatment Centre (intensive residential treatment program for men)
    • Kinghaven Treatment Centre (intensive residential treatment program for men)
    • Peardonville House (intensive residential treatment program for women – can accommodate preschool age children)
    • Contracted supportive recovery facilities for men and women called STLRs (Stabilization and Transitional Living Residences)
    • Second stage supportive housing
    • DEWY (Day, Evening, Weekend Youth intensive day treatment program)
    • Intensive day treatment program for adults (TEAM – co-ed; WELL - Women’s intensive; MELL – Men’s intensive)

    Mental health

    • Psychosis Treatment Optimization Program (PTOP) provides additional supports for individuals living with psychosis who have not responded well to previous treatments
    • Gaining Ground, a Fraser Health teen and young adult mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention initiative includes (a provincial website) and Speak Up (dedicated online space as well as targeted education and youth peer network)
    • Youth Concurrent Disorders Program for youth with issues in both mental health and substance use
    • Developmental Disabilities Mental Health Services for adolescents and adults with both developmental disabilities (IQ of 70 or less) and complex mental health needs
    • Psychiatric High Acuity Unit (PHAU) at Abbotsford Regional Hospital and Cancer Centre and Surrey Memorial Hospital
    • Fraser Health Outpatient Eating Disorders Program
    • Fraser Health Child and Youth Neuropsychiatry Clinic, Child and Youth Psychiatry General Teaching Clinic as well as Infant Psychiatry Clinic on Surrey Memorial Hospital grounds
    • In-patient Adolescent Psychiatric Unit at Surrey Memorial Hospital
    • Adolescent Day Treatment Program (ADTP) at Surrey Memorial Hospital
    • START (Short Term, Assessment, Response, Treatment) Teams – program for youth
    • Reproductive Psychiatric Clinic at Royal Columbian Hospital Outpatient Department and Gateway Station Mental Health
    • Regional Neuropsychology Assessment and Consultation at Royal Columbian Hospital Outpatient Department
    • Community Residential Emergency Short Stay Treatment (CRESST) at Abbotsford, Surrey and New Westminster
    • Neuropsychiatry Outreach Clinic, located at Delta Hospital, provides specialized assessments and consultation for individuals with mental illness and brain injury
    • Ministry of Social Development and Social Innovation (MSDSI) Program (liaison/integration service between Mental Health and Substance Use and Probation Services)
    • Regional Tertiary (intensive and highly specialized) Mental Health Services:
      • Arbutus Place, 42-bed Older Adult Rehabilitation and Behavioural Stabilization Program in Langley
      • Clayton Heights, a 29-bed Older Adult Rehabilitation and Behavioural Stabilization Program in Surrey
      • Connolly Lodge, a 20-bed adult specialized residential facility on Riverview grounds
      • Cottonwood Lodge, a 24-bed adult specialized residential facility on Riverview grounds
      • Cypress Lodge, a 20-bed mental health rehabilitation facility on Riverview grounds
      • Cedar Ridge, a 20-bed Adult Mental Health Rehabilitation Unit in Chilliwack
      • Memorial Cottage, a 25-bed mental health rehabilitation facility in Langley
      • Memorial Cottage, a 24-bed Acute Older Adult Unit in White Rock
      • Neuropsychiatry In-patient Program for adults with complex brain disorders/injuries and mental illness (Fraser Health has 10 beds in a Vancouver facility)
    • Family Support, Education and Respite Program
    • Mental Health Advocacy Services
    • Disability Rights Advocacy website – Ask an Advocate

    Emergency services:

    Centralized Fraser Health Crisis Line provides 24/7 telephone support, crisis intervention, suicide prevention and community resource information for people of all ages:

    • 604-951-8855 for callers residing west of Aldergrove
    • 1-877-820-7444 toll-free for callers east of Aldergrove

    For information about these services please contact: Mission Mental Health Centre: 604-814-5600 |7298 Hurd Street, 3rd Floor | Mission

    Or visit the mental health and substance use section of our website.

    Province-wide Alcohol and Drug Information Referral: 604-660-9382 or 1-800-663-1441

  • Overdose response supports and services


    Community engagement: In Mission, Fraser Health has participated in and hosted various engagement activities, including hosting the Mission Child and Health Committee Forum at Mission Memorial Hospital where 25 social workers and support workers received information and training to support the overdose response.

    Mission Active Support Table: As a participant, Fraser Health works in collaboration with Mission service providers to identify risk and provide support to individuals before they are in a state of crisis.

    Education and training

    Naloxone training: Naloxone training is available through the Mission Public Health Unit, Mission Friendship Centre Society and Positive Living Fraser Valley Mobile Health Van. A number of community organizations have been trained, including Mission My House, Mission Aboriginal Friendship Centre, Mission Ministry of Children and Family Development and Fraser House Society.

    Harm reduction

    Take Home Naloxone kits and harm reduction supplies: Take Home Naloxone kits and harm reduction supplies are available at Mission Public Health Unit, Mission Mental Health Centre, Mission Friendship Centre Society, and Positive Living Fraser Valley Mobile Health Van. Mission My House, Mission Aboriginal Friendship Centre and Fraser House offer enhanced overdose response.

    Safe sharps disposal: Sharps disposal services are available at Mission Public Health Unit and Mission Friendship Centre Society.

    Safe sharps recovery: Community members who find discarded sharps may contact Positive Living Fraser Valley and Mission Friendship Centre Society.

    Surge outreach: Monthly, on weeks when income assistance cheques are issued and during periodic surges in overdose volumes, public health nurses and Mental Health and Substance Use clinicians conduct outreach to areas with high volume of overdoses to distribute Take Home Naloxone, intervene in overdoses, assess and refer people to treatment.


    Opioid Agonist Treatment clinics: Improved access to first line treatment for opioid addiction (medications like Suboxone and methadone) by opening a clinic in Mission in October.

    Outpatient substance use programs: Provided by a contracted agency in Mission, Outpatient substance use programs include school-based prevention services, individual and group counselling, family support, psycho-education and opioid agonist treatment. 

    Substance use treatment beds: Mission residents requiring treatment services have access to supports throughout the region. There are 465 beds that are a combination of:

    • Withdrawal management beds
    • Short-term access to recovery beds
    • Stabilization transition living residences
    • Intensive residential treatment beds

    These services include specialized support for Indigenous men and women, young men and women ages 19 to 24, and women (including pregnant women). 

    Learn more about our regional supports and services.

  • Our partners

    Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation

    Since 2000, the Fraser Valley Health Care Foundation has been working with Fraser Valley communities to support local health care needs by raising funds for vital medical equipment and patient services at four acute care centres: Abbotsford Regional Hospital, Chilliwack General Hospital, Fraser Canyon Hospital in Hope and Mission Memorial Hospital. They also support the Agassiz Community Health Centre and other community based home, mental health and public health programs.

    7324 Hurd Street
    Mission, BC  V2V 3H5 

    Phone: 604-814-5190
    Fax: 604-814-5191
    Toll Free: 1-877-661-0314

    Mission Health Care Auxiliary Society

    The Mission Health Care Auxiliary Society is an organization of men and women who help Mission Memorial Hospital provide non-medical services and comforts to the patients of the hospital. In the course of many hours of volunteering, lifelong friendships have been forged. Members can be identified by their blue vests.

    7324 Hurd Street 
    Mission, BC  V2V 3H5 

    Phone: 604-826-6261

    Mission Division of Family Practice

    The Mission Division provides local family physicians with a stronger collective voice in the integrated delivery of primary care within the Mission community.

    Provincial Divisions of Family Practice Office

    115 - 1665 West Broadway
    Vancouver, BC  V6J 5A4

    Phone: 604-736-5551
    Toll free: 1-800-665-2262

  • Population profile
    • Average family income after-tax: $73,630
    • Unemployment rate (2017): 6.2%
    • Non-official languages spoken at home in 2011: Punjabi (4.4%), Spanish (0.4%), Korean (0.4%)
    • Physicians per capita: 90 per 100,000
    • Specialists per capita: 4 per 100,000
    • Average life expectancy: 79.7

    Learn more about the health profile for Mission.