Learn how the Female Youth Gang Intervention Program provides relationship-based support to girls.

Designed for females at risk of becoming involved in gangs.

This program is made up of a specialized team of outreach workers that provide intensive individualized trauma and relationship-based support to young females, ages 12-19, who are in unhealthy relationships, exhibit negative behaviours or are at risk of being involved in gangs, and who primarily live in Surrey.

Culturally appropriate support and referrals are given when needed. Participants are engaged through one-to-one outreach and are supported to make positive relationship choices. Participants can attend drop-in nights held at one of the Surrey Youth Centres and participate in activities and groups that focus on youth engagement.

The Female Youth Gang Intervention Program is delivered by Pacific Community Resources Society (PCRS).


  • City Centre Youth Hub - 10453 Whalley Blvd, Surrey BC
  • Newton Youth Resource Centre - 13479 76th Avenue, Surrey BC


To learn more about the Female Youth Gang Intervention Program call 604-587-8100 or email ccyh@pcrs.ca.