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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.

Program Information

About Us: All of our services are free. Our services are confidential, but we may involve other supports if someone is in danger. We acknowledge that the majority of people use some substances to some level. We acknowledge that experiences with substance use are varied. Youth don’t have to want to stop using any or all substances in order to be involved with Impact services. Our goal is to help youth understand and pursue what is important to them. We don’t assume we know what would be best for anyone.

Who We Serve: Youth age 12-24 with concerns or questions about their own or someone else’s substance use. Friends and family who are concerned about the substance use of a youth (12-24).

What We Offer: Individual Counselling that may focus on anything associated with substance use, such as difficult feelings, thoughts, experiences, relationships, or other issues.Referrals to other services in the community.Parent and caregiver support and educational group with monthly follow-up meetings.Family and couples counselling around substance use related issues.


33228 Walsh Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 1Z8

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