Connecting

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



Connecting + Surrey

Is a Surrey youth outreach service that supports youth 13-18 who are street-involved or at risk of street involvement. Youth Reconnect workers engage and build relationships with youth and connect them to options for help, including referrals to services, housing, crisis counselling, substance abuse referrals, and access to sexuality and safe sex supports. Please contact us at 604-592-6200 or by email at ccyh@pcrs.ca or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd or NYH (Newton Youth Hub) 114-13479 76th Avenue.

  • Section 1: Participant Information

  • Section 2: Referral Source Information

  • Section 3: Please indicate supports needed for the youth

  • Section 4: Specific Youth Information

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Connecting + 2 cities

Available in Delta Surrey

SEY supports youth 13-18 in Surrey, or Delta to exit a situation or lifestyle of sexual exploitation or risk of sexual exploitation. The program provides SEY workers who meet with youth in their communities, individualized support, flexible hours of operation, and connections to other supports. Please contact us at 604-592-6200 or by email at ccyh@pcrs.ca or visit us at CCYH (City Centre Youth Hub) at 10453 Whalley Blvd or NYH (Newton Youth Hub) 114-13479 76th Avenue.

You can find the Toolkit for Preventing The Sexual Exploitation of Children and Youth in the Lower Mainland here.

  • Section 1: Participant Information

  • Emergency Contact

  • Section 2: Programs

  • Section 3: Referral Information

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • Section 4: Service and Goal Request

    Please note: Youth in Bolivar and Fraser will have a PCRS Housing and Outreach Life Skills Support Worker assigned to them
  • Goals Requested

  • Section 5: Important Medical History

  • Section 6: Program Specified Information Required

    Please fill out information for the programs that relate to the participant needs.
  • YOUTH JUSTICE CLIENT INFORMATION

  • Needs:
  • Risks:
  • ie. with parents
  • Amount of HoursDue Date 
  • Last Grade CompletedSchool 
  • ISSP INFORMATION ONLY

  • IMMEDIATE RESPONSE PROGRAM

  • If different from parent / guardian
  • Please list 1. Name 2. Age 3. Gender 4. Date of birth
  • SEY - STOP EXPLOITING YOUTH

  • SURREY YOUTH RESOURCES CENTRE

    See calendar for specific times dates
  • ALL INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL To refer youth to GYRC or NYRC Resource Rooms or if you would like us to send youth information about accessing resources for employment, connections to community resources, Youth Centre social and recreational programming or drop in services please let us know their email and we will ensure they have access to our calendar.
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ConnectingCultural SupportsYouth Justice + Surrey

South Asian families who feel their children or youth may be at risk of gang involvement, are exhibiting negative behaviours and live in the Surrey area. Please contact Sarjeet at 604-837-2949 or email is at spurewal@pcrs.ca.

ConnectingResource Centres + Surrey

Provides one-stop access for youth and families to access drop-in resource rooms for support, food, laundry, showers as well as programming for social, health, education, housing, substance use support, employment, and life skills services at 2 locations. This service is offered out of Youth Resources Centres in both Netwon and City Centre. Please contact us at any one of our centres:

City Centre Youth Hub (CCYH)
10453 Whalley Blvd, Surrey, BC
604-587-8100
ccyh@pcrs.ca

CCYH Drop-in Hours:

Monday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

Tuesday – 10:00am – 6:00pm

Wednesday – 10:00am – 6:00pm

Thursday – 10:00am – 6:00pm

Friday – 8:30am – 4:30pm

Newton Youth Hub (NYH)
#114-13479 76 Ave, Surrey, BC
604-592-6200
nyrcreception@pcrs.ca

NYH Drop-in Hours:

Monday to Friday – 10:00am – 6:00pm

Connecting + 3 cities

Available in Delta Langley Surrey

The YOESS program provides intensive supports to youth, age 13-19, who are coping with multiple challenges affecting their well-being. Service is delivered in the community where the youth live (Delta, Surrey, Langley, White Rock) and helps youth improve their personal safety and develop empowering, meaningful connections and work on transitional planning. YOESS supports are available to youth who are connected to MCFD through the YOET team only.