Information & Links

Check out our brochure, Resources for Families with Young Children in Surrey & White Rock, a comprehensive guide of services for families with children from 0 – 12.

The Center on the Developing Child, Harvard University developed this great 5-minute animated video depicts a theory of change for achieving breakthrough outcomes for vulnerable children and families. It describes the need to focus on building the capabilities of caregivers and strengthening the communities that together form the environment of relationships essential to children’s lifelong learning, health, and behaviour. Click on this link to go to the video

Take a look at these great resources from the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations on Early Learning


ELSA Net has released a list of Newcomer & Diversity ECE Resources




Alex House focuses on prevention and early/intervention; they provide practical supports that help people to build safe, inclusive, caring communities across generations and cultures. Alexandra Neighbourhood House

Atira Women’s Resource Society is a community-based organization that supports all women, and their children, who are experiencing the impact of violence committed against them and/or their children. Atira Women’s Resource Society

For one hundred years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been making a positive difference in the lives of our nation’s youth by developing and implementing a wide range of mentoring programs. Big Brothers Big Sisters

The Boys and Girls Clubs provide a wide range of social, health, educational and recreational services to assist young people in their growth and development. Boys and Girls Clubs

Established in 1953, the Centre for Child Development helps children with the most complex and severe developmental disabilities. Centre for Child Development

DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society (DIVERSEcity) is a registered non-profit agency offering a wide range of services and programs to the culturally diverse communities of the lower mainland. DIVERSEcity

Family Resource Programs (FRPs) are free, community-based programs for families with young children. Each FRP is unique but all provide a warm and friendly place for parents and their young children to meet other families, socialize, take part in play activities, and access resources and learning activities. Where are the FRP’s in your neighbourhood? Click here to see a listing.

Options Community Services Society is a non-profit Society and registered Charity dedicated to empowering individuals,

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supporting families and promoting community health. Options Community Services Society

Progressive Intercultural Community Services (PICS) Society is a registered non-profit providing Employment Programs, Settlement Services, Language Services, Social Programs and Housing Services to new immigrants, seniors, farm workers, women and youth. PICS

Semiahmoo Family Place is a community-based, non-profit family resource centre with charitable status that provides a much-needed support network for parents of young children living in South Surrey and White Rock. Semiahmoo Family Place

Sources Community Resource Centres is a community-based non-profit agency dedicated to supporting the needs of children, youth and families, persons with disabilities, and seniors that reside throughout the communities of White Rock, Surrey, Langley and Delta. Sources Community Resource Centres

The Surrey Food Bank Society currently distributes approximately 2,000 food hampers each week and has expanded support to many other internal programs, agencies and is affiliated with many different food security programs, such as Harvest Box and the Food Action Coalition. Surrey Food Bank

A Place to Grow has been providing quality child care to Surrey families and the employees of Surrey Memorial Hospital and within the Fraser Health Authority for over 16 years. Surrey Hospital Community Childcare Society

Surrey Libraries is a valued public service at the heart of our diverse community. It inspires people to dream, enriches lives through access to the world of information and knowledge, promotes creative expression, and preserves our heritage. Surrey Libraries

The Children’s Foundation (TCF) has been strengthening families in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia since 1957, through counselling, prevention, intervention, and collaborative programs focus on building strong families, capable children, and supportive communities. The Children’s Foundation

Umoja Compassion Society of British Columbia is a non-profit society formed in 2002 to work with low income immigrants living in the British Columbia the lower mainland. Umoja


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