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Coming soon! An easy-to-use Surrey Community Services Web Portal launches in 2017. See more details below and learn how you can get involved in its development.

Get access to free or low-cost community services in Surrey. There is support available for you, your family across the community. The City of Surrey, partners and other Surrey community organizations have services to connect you with:

  • Free and low cost activities
  • Employment skills and centres
  • Housing and homelessness community partners and resources
  • Mental health and addiction community partners and resources
  • Education and ESL

Download the Community Services Database (Excel)

Coming in 2017! Surrey Community Services Portal

The Surrey Community Services Portal will provide up-to-date and useful contact information to community services across Surrey. Access to services in Surrey is currently a challenge – the Community Services Portal will help improve this access.

Subscribe to the Public Safety eNews and follow #safertogether to get notified throughout the Community Service Portal development, or email publicsafety@surrey.ca to get involved with its development.

The Community Services Portal will be a new, City-wide resource that builds off of the Surrey Libraries community services brochures. Surrey Libraries currently offers brochures at all of their locations and on their website, www.surreylibraries.ca. The full Surrey Community Services Listing is also available online here on surrey.ca.

Surrey Libraries distributes nearly 15,000 community service brochures at their Surrey Libraries locations.

The Community Services Portal is a new Surrey initiative to support vulnerable populations, as part of the Surrey Public Safety Strategy. The Surrey Community Services Portal follows recommendations in many of the City of Surrey’s social plans and initiatives, such as the Surrey Poverty Reduction Plan, Vulnerable Women & Girls and Local Immigration Partnership.

Several of these identify a need to increased awareness services and supports available in Surrey for residents struggling with a range of vulnerabilities. New immigrants and refugees, low-income residents and youth are just a few of the groups that will benefit from the portal.

Contact publicsafety@surrey.ca with questions on the Surrey Community Services Portal or to report a change or addition to the organization list.

Last Updated: October 2016

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