Female Gang Intervention Program


Program supporting female youth ages 12 to 19 who are at risk of gang involvement.

This program partners Surrey-based females, ages 12-19 with a Youth Outreach Worker that provides intensive individualized trauma and relationship-based support to young females, who are in unhealthy relationships, exhibit negative behaviours or are at risk of being involved in gangs.

The Female Gang Intervention program supports Surrey-based females, ages 12 to 19, who are currently being exploited or who are at risk of gang involvement. The program partners the youth with a Youth Outreach Worker that will work towards empowering the female youth in leaving or exiting that lifestyle.





This program is for female youth ages 12 to 19 in Surrey.

Entrance Requirements

A female youth can make a self-referral to the program through the website along with professionals and caregivers as long as the youth gives consent.


CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd


Monday to Friday 10:00am to 6:00pm

FAQs – Female Gang Intervention Program

An FGI worker would work towards educating a youth on what gang recruitment can look like in an exploitation lens. Get youth involved in prosocial activities along with supporting employment goals.

As a parent, you should call in missing persons reports by calling the RCMP. Keep open communication with your daughter.

Next Steps

For more information please see the 

Referral Form
  • 1 (604) 813-5549