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.

The Lower Mainland Purpose Society for Youth and Families

Provides a variety of social, health and educational programs together with a continuum of services to Lower Mainland communities. Through our programs and services, the Purpose Society strives: for stronger communities, the healthier families, for safer neighnourhoods, for laughing children and to make a difference.

Lookout Emergency Aid Society

Lookout Emergency Aid Society is a non-profit, charitable organization, providing non-sectarian lay services to adult men and women who cope with a wide variety of challenges including mental illness, mental handicaps, medical problems, physical disabilities, social dysfunctions, substance abuse or - more frequently - a combination of issues.

Living Through Loss Counselling Society of BC

Feeling welcome and safe is of utmost importance, and is the ambience that we try to create for all who come to our office. That feeling of warmth supports and encourages people to share their loss with one of our compassionate therapists. Being able to talk about loss in an accepting environment is a very therapeutic and healing experience. Here you will feel safe and welcomed, whatever your loss may be.

Lifeskills Centre

The centre provides a welcoming barrier-free environment for members of the community to access basic services such as laundry, showers, photo I.D., and long distance phone calls, as well as various programs, activities and classes. Our aim is to nurture a sense of belonging through providing opportunities for membership, and encouraging inclusion of members in a wide range of capacity building activities.

LGTB Youth Drop-In Group

An ongoing drop-in group for queer or trans youth ages 15-25 who have current or past challenges with substance use. Snacks provided.

LGTB Legal Clinic - The Centre

Call to book an appointment. 2nd & 4th Tuesday/month 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Legal Aid - Legal Services Society - Vancouver Regional Centre

If you have a legal problem, but cannot afford a lawyer, the Legal Services Society (LSS) has a range of free services that may help you. Legal Aid services include: Legal advice from duty counsel lawyers at most courthouses. You can also get help from family advice lawyers at several family justice centres, and the lawyers and the paralegals on LawLINE. Legal representation from a lawyer for those who qualify and have serious family, child protection, or criminal law issues.

Leave Out Violence (LOVE) BC

Since coming to BC in January of 2000, Leave Out Violence has been a crucial and unique resource for youth who have been victims, witnesses and/or perpetrators of violence. The goal is to provide youth a safe place where they can talk about their lives, and we can help educate each other on positive and viable alternatives to violence. At the heart of everything LOVE youth do is a commitment to voicing their views on the causes, impacts, repercussions and prevention of youth violence.

The Lawyer Referral Service

Referrals to lawyers by legal issue. Lawyers charge only $25.00 fee for half-hour consultation. During this time fees are negotiated, but some well-organized questions can get answers.

Law Students Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)

In order to speak to a law student, please call to book an appointment at one of our clinics.

Law Line - Legal Service Society

LawLINE is a free phone service of the Legal Services Society (LSS) designed to help people who don't qualify for a legal aid lawyer to represent them. We provide brief information about print and website resources to help you resolve your legal problem referrals to other services if LSS cannot help legal advice

Kripps Pharmacy Kerrisdale

Kripps Pharmacy Kerrisdale carries really cheap “do-it-yourself” inoculations for pets. Ask the pharmacist.

Knight Street Youth Clinic

For 25 yrs and younger. No Care Card Needed. Birth Control and Emergency Contraceptive. Pregnancy Options Counselling. STI Testing/Treatment, Pap Tests.STI Testing/Screening, STD Treatment, HIV Testing/Screening.

Kiwassa Neighborhood House

Private room: $45.00 day/ $270 weeklySingle bed: $18.00 day/ $102.00 weeklyLaundry facilities, kitchen, guest phones, internet access, tv room, bike rentals and more.

Kiwassa Education Program Downtown East Education Centre @ Kiwassa Neighbourhood House

The Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange offers reliable, confidential phone service to answer all your HIV/AIDS questions.

Kitsilano Neighbourhood House

*For out of town guests only.

Killarney Community Centre

Hours, meeting times and places vary. Please call to find our locations. A fellowship of cocaine addicts who meet to share experiences, talk and support one another.

Kids Help Phone

On the phone, Kids Help Phone provides immediate, bilingual, professional counselling to kids 24-hours a day. On the web, Kids Help Phone provides counselling to young people in the “Ask a Counsellor” section. Kids can also get help through our online “Help Yourself” services: reading questions from other kids in the “Ask a Counsellor” section and benefiting from the counselors’ responses; visiting the “Express Yourself” section; and visiting the informational topic library.


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