Where you can go for help if you have a concern about your or your loved one’s substance use.
Our services are committed to developing safe and trusting helping partnerships with people who are interested in exploring how their relationship with substances is effecting their well-being. We can support you in sorting-out choices and developing plans to improve your wellness based on what best respects your needs, hopes and strengths.
Where can I go for help?
Community substance use services clinics (formerly known as ‘outpatient clinics’) are located across the Fraser Health region. These services are staffed by professionals who provided screening, assessment, treatment planning, counselling, referrals, and case management.
Community substance use services clinics
Community substance use services can provide you with information about the continuum of programs and help you connect with services that require a referral, such as intensive residential treatment. These community based services also provide education and support groups.
Where can I find more information about substance use services?
Who is eligible for these services?
Any adult (25+ years) is invited to contact their local community substance use services clinic. Youth and young adults (12 – 24 years) are invited to contact their local community youth substance use services clinic. All services are free of charge and wheelchair accessible. These services are committed to providing and a safe and welcoming environment for all people.
- Canada’s low-risk alcohol drinking guidelines
If you choose to drink, these guidelines can help you decide when, where, why and how.
- Alcohol reality check
This screening self-test helps you evaluate your drinking and risk.
- Parents Forever: Supporting families affected by substance abuse
Professionally supported, mutual support group for parents and family members of adult addicted children (18 years of age and up).
- From Grief to Action
Providing hope and support, resources and respect to families and friends affected by drug use, including a coping kit.