Outreach worker with their youth

A youth outreach and mentorship program that strengthens connection to family, school and community. 

Blueprint Pathways provides outreach-based mentorship to select Surrey youth aged 13 to 19. Mentorship is designed to reduce a youth’s risk for gang affiliation and exploitation.

Launching for the 2021-22 school year, the pilot program will add a City of Surrey managed resource to the Surrey Wrapround Program.

Blueprint Pathways will connect youth clients to:

  • individualized one-to-one support at school and in the community;
  • pro-social activities and community-based resources; and
  • additional specialized services as needed.

Blueprint Pathways was made possible by a federal Gun and Gang Violence Action Fund grant secured through the province.

For more information about Blueprint Pathways, contact 236-598-3019 or communitysafety@surrey.ca.



Collection Notice

The City of Surrey is authorized to collect personal information under the authority of section 26 (c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. Personal Information is collected for the purpose of allowing you to participate in the Blueprint Pathways program. For questions regarding the collection of personal information, please contact the City's Community Safety Manager, 13450 104 Ave, Surrey BC, V3T 1V8, or call 236-598-3019.