Connecting

We provide support to youth in making positive and healthy choices.



ConnectingResource Centres + Vancouver

This Vancouver youth service provides a one-stop centre for social, health, education, housing, substance use support, employment, and lifeskills services. Please contact us at 604 709-5720 or email us at byrc@pcrs.ca  or visit us at 2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC.

ConnectingResource Centres + Vancouver

This youth service offers Vancouver youth aged 13-24 a drop-in centre with support workers, activities, hot meals, and opportunities to connect with other youth. It also offers drop-in workshops, computer access, and referrals to community services. Please contact us at 604-709-5720 or by email at byrc@pcrs.ca or visit us at 2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver BC

ConnectingHousingResource Centres + Chilliwack

This is a multi-program site which provides various programs for substance use, harm reduction, youth services, housing and leadership/resiliency. Please contact us at 604-795-5994 or at chhcreception@pcrs.ca.

ConnectingYouth Justice + Surrey

Supports Surrey youth 13-18 in completing their court-ordered community service hours. The program provides a supportive environment for youth to complete their community service hours. Please contact us at 604-592-6200 or by email at nyrcreception@pcrs.ca or visit us at NYH (Newton Youth Hub) at 114 – 13479 76 Avenue, Surrey BC.

ConnectingHousing + Surrey

This housing service for youth opens up sleeping space based on the daily weather from November to March. Please contact us at 604-587-8100 or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd, Surrey BC.

ConnectingYouth Justice + Surrey

This program supports Surrey based females, ages 12-19, who are currently involved in the sex trade, and gangs, or who are at risk of gang involvement. Please contact us at 604-587-8100 or by email at ccyh@pcrs.ca or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd, Surrey BC.

ConnectingEducationHousingSubstance Use & Mental HealthYouth and Family Support + Surrey

PCRS, Foundry Surrey is bringing together partner organizations that will address the health and wellness needs of young people aged 12 to 24 and their families. Through a partnership with individuals, businesses, other agencies, and governments, PCRS strives to achieve our mission of inspiring healthy and inclusive communities through leadership and collaboration. Foundry Surrey will offer young people 12-24 access to mental health and substance use support, primary care, peer support, and social services.

More information about the Foundry Surrey can be found here: https://foundrybc.ca/surrey/

ConnectingCultural Supports + Vancouver

This Vancouver youth service supports Indigenous youth ages 13-24 to connect to healing from violence. This program provides cultural healing opportunities, outreach, referrals, access to counselling and assistance navigating legal and judicial matters. Please contact us at 604 709-5720  or email us at byrc@pcrs.ca  or visit us at 2455 Fraser Street, Vancouver, BC.

Connecting + Surrey

This youth outreach program supports youth at SkyTrain stations in the Lower Mainland. Youth outreach workers are present on the skytrain and provide support, conversation, food, and assistance in finding community resources. Please contact us at Please contact us at 604-587-8100 or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd, Surrey BC.

ConnectingCultural Supports + 3 cities

Available in Delta Langley Surrey

This youth service supports youth 13-21 in Surrey, North Delta and Langley who are newcomers to Canada with settlement and integration into the community. The program provides homework clubs, community volunteering, leadership development, workshops, employment assistance, outings and activities. Please contact us at 604-592-6200 or by email at nyrcreception@pcrs.ca or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd or NYH (Newton Youth Hub) 114-13479 76th Avenue.

To apply for this service, please fill out a referral form and then email the completed referral form to referral@pcrs.ca.