Find a Family Doctor: Surrey/North Delta Health Connect Registry
Will help you find a family doctor. Must living in North Delta-West Newton, North Surrey-Whalley, Guildford, Cloverdale-Panorama, Fleetwood or East Newton. After registering you will be added to the list and contacted when a primary care provider is available.
Learn more about the Find a Family Doctor: Surrey/North Delta Health Connect Registry.
BC Healthy Kids Program
Basic dental care, hearing care and eye glasses for children under 19. Families approved for MSP premium assistance will be enrolled in the program. Coverage begins at the start of the next month.
Learn more about the BC Healthy Kids Program.
Better at Home
604-536-9348 (Central Intake)
For seniors, 65 years and older and aimed at helping individuals stay in their homes. Will offer transportation to appointments, light housekeeping, yard work, social programs, friendly visitors and grocery shopping. A small fee for some services, on a sliding scale depending on income. Services vary somewhat depending on region so call the central intake number for further details.
Learn more about the Better at Home.
Brella—Programs for Seniors & Caregivers
15008 26 Ave Surrey BC V4P 3H5 (get directions to Brella)
Offers a number of programs supporting seniors and caregivers. A good place to start as they also do referrals to other related services.
Learn more about the Brella—Programs for Seniors & Caregivers.
Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loans
109-14727 108 Ave. Surrey, BC V3R 1V9 (get directions to Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loans)
Arranges loans of 3 to 6 months of health equipment. Requires a referral from a medical professional.
Learn more about the Canadian Red Cross Health Equipment Loans.
Family & Friend Caregivers Resource Handbook
A comprehensive resource for caregivers and seniors.
Learn more about the Family & Friend Caregivers Resource Handbook.
Health Information Line
Healthiest Babies Possible: Pregnancy Outreach
#100 - 6846 King George Boulevard (get directions to Healthiest Babies Possible)
Individual and group sessions for pregnant and new parents experiencing health or lifestyle challenges, living in Surrey,Delta, or White Rock. Service is free, confidential and lasts from pregnancy until baby is 6 months old. They are offering ongoing phone and virtual perinatal support for eligible clients. Inperson services dependent on government guidelines regarding the pandemic. Free prenatal vitamins and donated baby clothing available. Referrals to other community resources available for those in need.
Learn more about the Healthiest Babies Possible: Pregnancy Outreach.
Helpline for Children in BC
Free 24-hour service for children, parents, or community members to call if they think a child (anyone under 19) will be or has been abused.
Learn more about the Helpline for Children in BC.
Home and Community Care
Offers both short-and long-term health care services at home. Short-term support helps you recover from a hospital procedure or condition. Long-term programs provide ongoing care. Can also connect you to palliative care services at home, and assess you for subsidized residential care, assisted living, and respite services for caregivers. Some services are free of charge and others include a fee based on income. Translation services available.
Learn more about the Home and Community Care.
Indigenous Health and Wellness Clinic
A101 - 10095 Whalley Boulevard, Surrey BC, V3T 4G1 (get directions to Whalley Indigenous Health and Wellness Clinic)
100-10233 153 St Surrey, BC (get directions to Whalley Indigenous Health and Wellness Clinic)
This clinic connects First Nations, Métis and Inuit patients with a team of healthcare and wellness providers to help improve and manage health and wellness. Booked and walk-in appointments available. Call 604-283-3293 for appointments. Based out of two locations.
Learn more about the Indigenous Health and Wellness Clinic.
Infant Development Program Surrey/White Rock
Serves children who are at risk for, or who already have a delay in development. Once you are referred a consultant will visit you in your home. Together, you will plan activities that best meet both your family's needs. If your child has a disability (special need), up-to-date information will be available to you. Covers birth to 3 years old. Aboriginal Infant Development Program is also offered through FRAFCA. Participation is voluntary, and family centered. Offers home visits, play groups, family support and parent to parent links. Developmental and family needs assessments are culturally sensitive and meaningful.
SOURCES: 301A 8352 130th Street Surrey, BC V3W 8J9 (get directions to SOURCES)
Learn more about the SOURCES Infant Development Program.
Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association
A101 10095 Whalley Blvd. Surrey BC (get directions to Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association)
Learn more about the FRAFCA Infant Development Program.
Lend an Ear Program
Provides the permanent loan of one hearing aid for a low fee of $140 to those who cannot afford to purchase a hearing aid. Includes a hearing test, an earmold, one hearing aid and a year of repair service.
Learn more about the Lend an Ear Program.
Makers Making Change at Neil Squire Society
400-3999 Henning Dr, Burnaby, BC V5C 6P9 (get directions to Neil Squire Society)
Neil Squire’s Makers Making Change program leverages the capacity of community based Makers, Disability Professionals and Volunteers to develop and deliver affordable Open Source Assistive Technologies.
Learn more about Makers Making Change at Neil Squire Society.
Maxxine Wright Community Health Centre
Maxxine Wright Place (2nd Floor), 13733 - 92nd Ave. Surrey (get directions to Maxxine Wright Community Health Centre)
Supports women who are pregnant or who have children under 6 months at the time of intake who are also impacted by substance use and/ or violence and abuse. The Centre provides a wide range of women-centered health and social supports, including a daily hot lunch program, medical services, and drug and alcohol counseling.
Learn more about the Maxxine Wright Community Health Centre.
Mobile Outreach Unit at NightShift
10635 King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC V3T 2X6 (get directions to the Surrey Mobile Outreach Unit at NightShift)
5708 Glover Rd. Langley, BC V3A 4H8 (get directions to the Langley Mobile Outreach Unit at NightShift)
Free resources including counselling, basic nursing and referral. Services offered by volunteer professional counselors and nurses when available. Monday in Langley, Fridays in Surrey, 7-8pm.
Learn more about the Mobile Outreach Unit @ NightShift.
Patient Care Quality Office
11762 Laity Street 4th Floor Maple Ridge, B.C. V2X 5A3 (get directions to Patient Care Quality Office)
Complaints process to receive and respond to patient concerns. For patients, clients, residents, and their loved ones in B.C.
Learn more about the Patient Care Quality Office.
Health services building: 10697 135A St. Surrey BC (get directions to Positive Haven)
For HIV or Hep C positive people living in the Fraser Health Region. Includes workshops, counselling, referrals and support groups.
Learn more about Positive Haven.
Public Health Units
Public health units offer a range of nursing services. This includes things like immunization, pregnancy care, early childhood development, hearing clinics or harm reduction. Answers by phone or in person. Open Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Call 604-476-7087 to make an appointment for immunizations, dental flouride, or prenatal breastfeeding classes.
Cloverdale Public Health Unit
Guildford Public Health Unit
Newton Public Health Unit
North Surrey Health Unit
White Rock/South Surrey Public Health Unit
15476 Vine Avenue White Rock, B.C. V4B 5M2 (get directions to White Rock/South Surrey Public Health Unit)
Learn more about the Public Health Units.
Self-Management for Chronic Conditions
Provides programs for people with chronic conditions and their families that will help them manage their conditions. This covers things like pain management and conditions like cancer and diabetes or other chronic conditions. Workshops are free, offered in a English, Punjabi, Chinese and for Indigenous communities and are held at a number of locations across BC or online. Also offers a telephone-based coaching program to support people living with chronic conditions to become better self-managers. Health Coaches connect with participants by telephone, once a week for 30 minutes, for a period of three months. Mailed tool-kits on chronic conditions, chronic pain or diabetes are an option for self-directed learning.
Learn more about the Self-Management for Chronic Conditions.
Sex Sense Line
Provides non-judgmental information and resources about anything to do with sex, sexuality, and sexual health. Available Monday- Friday, 9am- 9pm via phone or email. Free and confidential.
Learn more about the Sex Sense Line.
Surrey North Community Health Centre
10697- 135A St. Surrey BC (get directions to Surrey North Community Health Centre)
Provides confidential general health services for people without medical coverage. The clinic also offers testing and counseling for sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, hepatitis, and HIV/AIDS, by a physician and nurse. On-site syringe exchange and safe injection site.
Learn more about the Surrey North Community Health Centre.
Surrey Youth Clinic
Shirley Dean Pavilion—9634 King George Boulevard, Surrey, BC (get directions to Surrey Youth Clinic)
Provides free confidential information and education regarding sexuality and health to youth 21 and under. This includes birth control education, pregnancy testing and decision making, STI information, examinations and treatment and HIV education and testing.
Learn more about the Surrey Youth Clinic.
Surrey Urgent and Primary Care Centres
Newton: 6830 King George Blvd. Surrey BC (get directions to Newton Urgent and Primary Care Centre)
Whalley: Unit G2 9639 137A Street Surrey BC (get directions to Whalley Urgent and Primary Care Centre)
Patients can access the Centre with timely, non-emergency health concerns if they are unable to see their family doctor within a suitable timeframe. Offers both walk-in and appointments, and longer hours than typical walk in clinics.
Learn more about the Surrey Urgent and Primary Care Centres.
Vine Youth Clinic
15455 Vine Avenue White Rock, BC V4B 2T3 (get directions to Vine Youth Clinic)
Provides free and confidential health care for youths aged 12 to 21. Provides general health, sexual health, mental health services. Walk in or appointment.
Learn more about the Vine Youth Clinic.
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