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Alcohol & Drugs - Residential Services

Young Bears Lodge - UNYA

The main goal of the Young Bears Lodge is to help empower Native youth to make positive change in their lives by offering them the support and resources needed to do so. Our program is designed specifically for Native youth ages 13-18 years old. We incorporate traditional teachings and healing into our approach to alcohol & drug programming. Our program is completely voluntary. If you are interested or have any questions please do not hesitate to call us for more information.

WTF? Queer Men's Early Recovery Group

Want to talk about your use of alchol and/or drugs? How it affects your life? Whether to slow down or stop? WTF is an ongoing and open group for gay, bi, two-spirit and queer men.

Union Gospel Mission

UGM Headquarters on East Cordova St. is a hub of activity. This is where to find our emergency shelter, regular meals and chapel services, residential alcohol & drug recovery program, educational programs, and our administrative operations.The following free services are offered at UGM's Cordova St.


Youth Detox (PLEA Community Services Society of BC)

Are you concerned about your substance use? Or do you know a youth who needs help?

Peak House

Peak House is a 10-week, co-ed, in-house, program for youth who are ready to challenge the effects of substance misuse in their lives. It is a part of the Pacific Youth and Family Services Society, a non-profit society with a mandate to support and encourage programs for youth and families.

Maple Ridge Treatment Centre

Maple Ridge Treatment Centre (MRTC) was founded in 1965 and has since become one of the premier treatment centres in the Lower Mainland for men suffering from substance abuse and dependencies. The program is designed to address, in a balanced way, the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual needs of each person. Our 35 day program follows evidence-based best practices. Referrals are accepted from addictions counsellors, social workers, employee and family assistance programs, physicians, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other health care professionals.

Chrysalis Society

Long-term residential programs for adult women (19+) overcoming addiction & related issues of poverty, abuse, violence and/or homelessness.

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