Complete Resource Guide for At-Risk and Sexually Exploited Youth
Spirit of the Children Society
The Urban Drum Youth Program Drop-In: Tuesdays & Thursdays 4pm – 7pm. Youth 13 to 19 years old. SOTCS has two drop-in programs on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Youth focus on personal development, cultural teachings and creative expression. We provide a healthy and supportive environment where youth can be themselves and engage in fun filled activities all throughout the year. We provide meals and bus tickets.
Youth Advisory Council (YAC): Must register! Wednesdays twice a month from 4:30-7pm: YAC is a group of 10 committed youth who meet 2 times a month to talk/engage/create and support many projects in and throughout the community. Spaces available call for more information!
604-524-9113 or Youth Cell 778-318-7704
#201- 768 Columbia street, New Westminster, BC V3M 1B4
School Based Prevention, New Westminster School District
The School Based Prevention Program is a division of New Westminster’s School District dedicated to educating students, parents and the community on the dangers associated with drug and alcohol use or misuse. We work with students and parents individually offering counseling and support as well as do Drug Ed group sessions for students who have been caught using illegal substances on campus.
Karen Janzen, Drug & Alcohol Prevention Worker
Pacific Community Resources Society
D.E.W.Y. Program: DEWY (Day, Evening, Weekend, Youth) assists youth aged 13 to 18 who have problems with alcohol and/or drug use. The goal of the program is to help youth reduce substance use or abstain from substance abuse through individual and group counseling and activities.
Club Mags Program: Club Mags offers clean and sober programming for youth 13-24 who have completed an addictions program. Programming includes opportunities for social, recreational and educational events for youth who want to meet other youth, participate in clean and sober programming, or want to be connected to other resources.
#102-332 Columbia Street
Supervisor Michelle Lambert phone:604 523-5652 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose Independent Secondary School
Purpose School offers program leading to high school graduation for youth between 15 and 19 years of age who desire a supportive learning environment.
Ministry of Children and Family Development
Child, Youth and Family Services, Youth Probation and Child and Youth Mental Health
New Westminster Office: 604-660-9495
Aboriginal Child, Youth and Family Services, Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health
New Westminster Office: 604-660-5149
If your agency is not listed above and you would like it to be listed, please contact Sandon Fraser, Youth Services Coordinator at email@example.com or 604-515-3775