A supportive adult (19 years and older) program for men and women of the South Asian community.
Roshni Clinic is a supportive adult (19 years and older) program for men and women of the South Asian community. It addresses problems associated with alcohol and drug use.
Services are provided in English, Punjabi and Hindi by health care providers who specialize in substance use disorder.
- Intake and assessment.
Ongoing treatment for problems associated with alcohol and drug use.
One-time consultations for family doctors who would like recommendations on managing a patient with alcohol and drug use disorder.
- A holistic, patient-centred approach, with a strong focus on the cultural context and issues specific to members of the South Asian community.
- Services are provided in English, Punjabi, and Hindi, and are open to all those who self-identify as South Asian including those of Punjabi, Indian, Bangladeshi, and Pakistani descent.
- Medical management of second stage withdrawal symptoms and substance use, including Methadone, Suboxone and other medications, one-to-one counselling, psychosocial educational groups, education and support for families, and telehealth appointments by phone or computer for select patients.
- Referral to other supportive programs.
Men and women (19 years and older) struggling with physical and mental health issues associated with alcohol and drug use.
You can contact the Roshni Clinic at 604-580-4950 or you can ask for a referral from the following:
- Family doctor or other health care provider.
- Community substance use services clinics.
- Withdrawal management centre (detox/daytox).
- Sobering centre.
The clinic is located at Quibble Creek at 102 - 13670 94 A Ave, Surrey, B.C. and is open on the following days:
Monday – Wednesday: 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Sunday: 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Hindi, Punjabi, English