A to Z Program Listing

Network of people dedicated to healthier lives for the children, youth and families of Abbotsford

Addictions & Substance Use

Abbotsford Addictions Centre

Archway Community Services

Outpatient alcohol and drug program of Archway Community Services funded by Fraser Health Authority with a Multicultural and Seniors Addictions component as well. Free counseling for adults and youth affected by their own or someone else's alcohol or drug use by therapists with Master’s Degrees.

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BC Responsible & Problem Gambling Program

All education, awareness and support around gambling issues in BC. Free community education services as well as counseling for anyone with a gambling problem or affected by another's problem.

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Impact Youth and Family Substance Use Services

Vision: A community that pro‐actively supports the health and well‐being of youth, young adults and caregivers affected by substance use. Mission: Creating opportunities that foster supportive relationships, acknowledge strengths, and work toward self‐identified goals.

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Parent In Residence (PIR)


FamilySmart™ Parents In Residence (PiR) and Youth In Residence (YiR) provide peer support, mentoring, system navigation and access to information, resources, networks and education.

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Helpful Websites

Online resource that youth can access to find out more information about substance use, body image & eating topics as well as mental health challenges. The website features checklists, videos and also provides information for friends and families supporting loved ones facing these challenges.

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