REACH Program for Youth

Individualized services to empower and support newcomer youth

  • Youth
  • Youth 13 - 21

Available in Delta Langley Surrey

Our REACH Program for Youth offers individualised services to empower and support newcomer youth who are experiencing settlement and integration difficulties due to their cultural and background differences.

Program Features

The REACH Program for Youth hosts a variety of peer-support groups, employment groups, and workshops including:

  • Girls and Boys Group
  • Homework clubs for extra school support
  • Leadership groups for planning events
  • Community volunteering groups
  • Outings and activities
  • Self-esteem, health and wellness, and Canadian culture workshops
  • Employment readiness workshops and support

Our REACH Program for Youth also has some other great features…

Youth Activity Group:

Youth are welcome to attend a bi-weekly activity group which gives them an opportunity to engage with peers and share their unique culture.

Outings and activities can include:

  • Trips to the museum, aquarium, zoo, or a sports event
  • Biking along the Seawall, the Grouse Grind, or swimming
  • Cultural celebrations such as Diwali, Eid, and Aboriginal Awareness Day
  • Other fun activities that youth suggest or show interest in

Reel Youth Film Project

As part of the Surrey Welcoming Communities Project, staff and participants of the REACH Program for Youth made a series of videos to illustrate their experiences as newcomers to Canada.

Link to Reel Youth videos

Services are available in English, Arabic, Punjabi, Hindi and French.
Interpreters can also be provided to accommodate other languages

Program Details


The REACH Program for Youth is for young people who are:

  • Ages 13 through 21
  • Permanent residents or refugees
  • Living in Surrey, North Delta, or Langley


  • City Centre Youth Hub

    10453 Whalley Blvd., Surrey, BC, V3T 5B1

    Administrative Hours:

    Monday to Friday
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.


REACH stands for recreation, engagement, action, and connections hub for youth, and that’s exactly what you can expect from our program.

With this program young people can gain:

  • Independence
  • Confidence
  • Decision-making skills
  • Social skills
  • Opportunities for leadership and community involvement

Participants receive one-on-one support from their youth outreach settlement workers, group outings, and peer support groups.



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Contact Information

City Centre Youth Hub
10453 Whalley Blvd., Surrey, BC
Phone: 604-587-8100

How To Apply

If you or a youth you know is interested in our services you can contact us at:

Phone: (604) 587-8100
Fax: (604) 951-4882
Email referrals to: