Community Partners And Resources
The Alzheimer Resource Centre in White Rock helps those concerned with or facing dementia to build the knowledge, skills, and confidence to maintain quality of life. The Resource Centre offers information, educational opportunities, support groups, and the ability to speak directly with a knowledgeable team member.
FETCH (sswr.fetchbc.ca) is a one-stop portal designed to help patients access comprehensive information about community health services in the South Surrey - White Rock area. It includes information about resources that can support patient needs of all ages, including mental health and substance use services and more.
BC211 can help you find information about counselling, employment assistance, senior services, language classes, youth services, support groups, and other services. Service is free, confidential, multilingual, and available 24/7.
When your physician is not available, Medimap provides patients with up-to-date wait times for local walk-in clinics along with operating hours and locations.
Fraser Health has launched a public education campaign aimed at providing seniors with seven must-have numbers to get help for any health concern.
For complete information, please see the one page briefer here.
- Health Information: 8-1-1
- Personal Health: Your doctor's # and/or nearest walk-in clinic
- Home Help: 604 268-1312
- Home Health: 1 855 412-2121
- Mental Health: 604 951-8855
- Community Services: 2-1-1
- Emergency Services: 9-1-1
A non-profit organization providing Community Support Programs and Day Programs for Seniors in Surrey and White Rock.
Sources offers a variety of community programs to individuals and families coping with isolation, addiction, poverty, disability, and conflict. Their services address the needs of children, youth and families, persons with disabilities, and seniors living in White Rock and Surrey as well as in Langley and Delta.
The White Rock Stroke Recovery Branch offers programs for stroke survivors living at home and their caregivers.
The doctors and youth workers at the Vine Youth Clinic provide free and confidential physical and mental health care for youths aged 12 to 21.