Neighbourhood Family Connections Project

This initiative is a collaboration of agencies including Options Community Services, DIVERSEcity, Semiahmoo Family Place, Alexandra Neighbourhood House, and the Children’s Partnership of

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This project aims to determine how to best provide service to families with children under 6 through gathering an inventory of services provided in each of the town centres of Surrey, identifying existing gaps, and creating a plan for integrated support services in each centre. This project will continue to April, 2013. Jenny Cleathero is the consultant for this project. Public and community partners include the City of Surrey, the Surrey School District, MCFD, Fraser Health, and United Way of the Lower Mainland, with funding from The Vancouver Foundation.

A Parent Survey and a Service Provider Survey were completed to gather information for this project. Please click below to view results of these surveys:
Neighbourhood Connections Parent Survey Results October 2012
Neighbourhood Connections Service Provider Survey Results October 2012

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