Community Tools & Resources
Get connected with Surrey's community partners, and find resources on community safety and crime reduction in the city.
Reach out to community partners and find resources including
- Crime Reduction Strategy Educational Materials
- Community Safety Partners and Resources
- Employment Skills and Centres
- Housing and Homelessness Community Partners and Resources
- Mental Health and Addiction Community Partners and Resources
- Victim Assistance Resources
Surrey and White Rock Resource List - The Pink Book
The Pink Book is a comprehensive resource guide noting various key resources available to those needing support for substance use, mental health, victim assistance, etc. Thank you to Surrey Women’s Centre for compiling the comprehensive Community Resource List into an easy-to-print resource and to Kwantlen Polytechnic University students for keeping it up to date. As well, thank you also to the White Rock RCMP for their initial development of The Pink Book, from which the Surrey and White Rock Resource List was derived.
Learn the facts and myths about bullying, and how you, as a parent, can prevent bullying.
Find out how to keep your community safe with tools and contact information for crime reduction, gang prevention and youth crime prevention.
Find resources and contacts in housing and homelessness in Surrey.
Find mental health and addiction resources in Surrey to get help for yourself or for someone close to you.
See how to identify metal and wire theft and how to contact authorities.
Increase your knowledge and awareness about substance use during Substance Use Awareness Week and take the Habit Change Challenge.
With the cold weather upon us, it is important that we, as the city's businesses, know what to do to aid those who may not know how to get out of the cold. If someone is seeking shelter in your doorway, lobby or other part of your property, you can help them get the help they need with one simple phone call: 604-589-LINK (5465)
Get help if you're a victim of abuse, or if you're concerned about your safety, through community groups and help lines in Surrey.