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Hours: 9am - 9pm

Days: 7 days a week

Addiction Services: (detox, treatment, support recovery) - Vancouver Coastal Health which services Vancouver, Richmond, North Shore and the Sunshine Coast.

Alcohol & Drug Information & Referral

Phone604.660.9382 or 1.800.663.1441

Hours: 24 hours

"Prevention, education, treatment, referrals and counselling"                                                      Worried about drug and alcohol use? Whether it's for yourself or someone you care about,            you can call us for information, options and support.

ASTRA Program - Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS)

The ASTRA Program assists youth aged 13-24 who have demonstrated problems with alcohol and/or drug use. The goal of the program is to use one-to-one outreach counselling to help youth towards reducing or abstaining from all problematic substance use. Some group counselling services are also available.

Confidentiality Policy

ASTRA guarantees confidentiality to our clients. Professional referral sources will not receive any treatment or assessment information without the express permission of the youth.

Catchment Area and contact numbers for ASTRA Counsellors:

Phone: 604.798.1418

Delta, Ladner, Tsawwassen, White Rock, South Surrey
Phone: 604.836.6273

Langley, Aldergrove, Cloverdale
Phone: 604.312.5866

Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge

Phone: 604.836.6580

North Surrey

Phone: 604.836.6241

Daughters & Sisters - PLEA Community Services


Daughters & Sisters is a six month full-time addiction treatment program located in Surrey, BC.  It helps young women from age 12 to 18 - including those who may not think they have a problem with substances - to overcome the complex challenges they face as they address their substance use. 

Narcotis Anonymous - Langley


Narcotics Anonymous is not affiliated with other organizations, including other twelve step programs, treatment centers, or correctional facilities. As an organization, NA does not employ professional counselors or therapists nor does it provide residential facilities or clinics. Additionally, the fellowship does not offer vocational, legal, financial, psychiatric, or medical services. NA has only one mission: to provide an environment in which addicts can help one another stop using drugs and find a new way to live. Drug Facts for Canada's Youth

Information of drug use for youth. Check out the website!

~  Delta  ~

Deltassist - Alcohol/Drug Program

9097 120 Street, 



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Provides counselling to any person who is either directly or indirectly affected by a substance misuse problem. Services are for individuals, couples, families, youth, seniors and groups and include treatment, education and prevention.

~  Langley  ~

Alano Club of Langley

20433 Douglas Crescent, 



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Hours: 11:00am - 5:00pm, 7:00pm - 10:00pm

Days: 7 days a week/365 days per year

Alano provides sanctuary and life saving direction to those in their community that suffer from addiction disorders.

Alateen - Langley

20338 – 65 Avenue, 


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Hours: 7:30pm

Days: Thursday

Langley Alateen
Langley Township Municipal Facility (enter from upper parking lot, and up to 4th floor)
20338 – 65 Ave., Langley, BC
Thursday 7:30 pm

DEWY Program South

20622 Eastleigh Crescent, 



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The DEWY Program is a Day, Evening, Weekend treatment program for youth ages 13-18 who have or have had substance misuse issues.  DEWY provides youth with resources, counselling, education, referrals, and alternatives to drug and alcohol use though building community, cultural, familial and social supports.  The goal of the program is to assist youth to reduce or abstain from substance use and achieve personal goals in all life areas.  DEWY offers individual counselling, life skills training and psycho-educational group counselling for core group members.  The DEWY optional aftercare component includes pro social and recreational opportunities for youth up to the age of 24.


Langley Community Services - Substance Use Services

5339 207 Street, 



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Hours: 8:30am - 4:30pm

Days: Monday to Friday

We Provide

  • Free, confidential services
  • Referrals to residential and day treatment programs
  • Support and relapse prevention groups
  • Brief interventions
  • One-to-one counselling
  • Group Counselling
  • Services for people affected by someone else’s current substance abuse
  • Community education/presentations
  • Alcohol and drug information
  • Referrals to other community services

~  Maple Ridge  ~

Alouette Addiction Services

201-22477 Lougheed Hwy., 

Maple Ridge


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Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm (closed 12:00pm-1:00pm)

Days: Monday - Friday

Addictions affect all of us directly or indirectly.Alouette Addiction Services provide all residents of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows the opportunity to learn about addictions and find ways to minimize the impact they have on each person's life.

You deserve to belong, feel freedom and take control of your own life. People have the power to heal within themselves regardless of their history or current situation. Alouette can help you access your strengths and find the solutions you need to enjoy your life to its full potential.


The individual who presents him/herself to the Alouette Addictions for services is believed to have the ability to change, and to be able to be responsible for his or her own healing, The solutions to problems lie within the individual, and the orle of the agency is to assist the client in the journey of self-exploration and self-discovery.

~  New Westminster  ~

The Last Door

109 Ash Street, 

New Westminster



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Long-term residential program for males (14-18 years).

Last Door Recovery Society provides quality Youth Addiction Treatment and Adult Addiction Treatment for alcohol rehab, substance abuse and drug treatment. Last Door helps people recover from drug addiction, alcohol addiction, gambling addiction, food addiction, video gaming addiction, internet addiction and nicotine addiction in the Vancouver area

~  North Vancouver  ~

Native Courtworker & Counselling Association of BC

207 – 1999 Marine Drive, 

North Vancouver


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The Native Courtworker and Counselling Association of British Columbia (NCCABC) provides culturally appropriate services to aboriginal people and communities consistent with their needs. Our service is accomplished through access to counselling and referral services to clients with substance abuse and detox support issues; advocacy services for aboriginal family and youth; facilitating and enhancing access to justice by assisting clients involved in the criminal justice system; provides services to Vancouver community court; providing community outreach; networking and partnerships; advocacy services; and providing training and workshops.

~  Surrey  ~

Detox Services for Youth



Call 211 to speak with someone 24/7. They will provide information and referrals to community, social, and government agencies offering health and social services across Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley and Squamish-Lillooet Regional Districts.

DiverseCity Community Resources Society - Alcohol & Drug Program

13455 76th Street, 



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Provides confidential individual, couple, and family cross-cultural clinical counselling for people seeking help with alcohol or drug problems, and counselling, support, and education for co-dependents. Clients receive language-specific and culturally appropriate service. Referrals to other programs and an ongoing addiction and life skills educational group are key program components.

Phoenix Drug/Alcohol Recovery & Education Society

13686 94A Avenue, 



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The Phoenix Centre aims to develop the capacity of people affected by substance misuse to participate productively in the community and the new economy, and to build community capacity through innovative partnerships with governments, educational institutions, community service organizations, financial institutions and business to create healthy, safe and vibrant communities for all of its citizens.

Substance Use Services - Withdrawal Management

13740 94A Avenue, 



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Withdrawal management services provide safe, supportive medically supervised environments for individuals withdrawing from the acute effects of alcohol and/or other drugs. Often the first step in the recovery process for those individuals who cannot abstain on their own. Programs can be delivered in inpatient detox facilities as either long- or short-term stays, as outpatient/outreach daytox programs or as home detox services.

~  Vancouver  ~

Alateen - Vancouver

101-3680 East Hastings Street, 



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Alateen is for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Sometimes the active drinking has stopped, or the active drinker may not live with us anymore. Even though the alcohol may be gone, and the alcoholic gone or recovering in AA, we are still affected. Many of us have received help from Alateen or Al-Anon. To find a meeting near you, please check out the following link.

Family Services Youth Detox



The Youth Detox Services program is a voluntary-admission program which provides residential alcohol and drug detox and follow-up services for street-involved youth between the ages of 13 to 21.

This community-based program adheres to a harm reduction approach as the primary service delivery model. The focus is on reducing problem behaviours in order to reduce and/or eliminate the harm created by substance abuse. Total abstinence is supported and encouraged, which for some, is a necessary and achievable end.

The emphasis on voluntary admission respects the youth's need to retain control and the right to contribute to his/her personal planning. The youth detox program will not detain youth against their will.


Youth Detox - PLEA Community Services



Youth Detox 

PLEA offers a service for young people who need help overcoming their reliance on substance use. 

Youth Detox serves youth up to 21 years of age, with priority given to those 16 and under.   Participants stay with one of our detox family caregivers in their home and are connected with a one to one support worker who helps them achieve their goals.  Participation is completely voluntary and youth can stay for up to 10 days.  The program ensures the immediate needs of the youth are met and provides a door to access appropriate ongoing services in the community.

~  White Rock  ~

Addiction Services - Sources Community Resource Centres

882 Maple Street, 

White Rock


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Addiction Services provides free individual counselling for those trying to deal with an alcohol or drug misuse problem as well as for those impacted by a family member's substance misuse. Counselling is available for individuals, families and youth. This program is funded by the Ministry of Mental Health and Addictions, Fraser Health Authority.

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