Fraser Central: Maple Ridge / Pitt Meadows / Langley


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The BCSS Educator for Fraser North – Tri-Cities/Ridge Meadows is Dave Dickinson 1-877-717-5518
familysupportandrespite@nullbcss.org For more information on services in the Fraser Health region please click here.

Regional Service Information

Maple Ridge – BCSS – Strengthening Families Together

The course is free, however you MUST pre-register for the next Strengthening Families Together, please contact the Fraser Central Regional Educator, Nancy Friesen at frasercentral@nullbcss.org or call 604-720-3935.

Bringing Cognitive Remediation to British Columbia: A One-Day Conference

Policing Done Right – An interview with mental health liaison Constable Cara Thompson

Maple Ridge – BCSS – Family Support Group – 3rd Tuesdays

3rd Tuesdays of each month, 7pm @ The Family Education and Support Center, 22554 Lougheed Hwy, Maple Ridge. Info: frasercentral@nullbcss.org 604-720-3935 or 1-888-888-0029

Schizophrenia Awareness Day

Every year on the 24th of May we want to paint the country purple! We ask that you wear purple to show unity in bringing awareness to schizophrenia, and to show support for those affected by the illness.

Fraser Region Individual Support and Guidance

Langley – BCSS – Family Information Sessions

2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month, except for statutory holidays, 7:00-8:30 p.m. @Marion Ward Pavilion, south of the Main entrance to Langley Memorial Hospital Info: 604-720-3935 frasercentral@nullbcss.org

Calendar of training, support and other events in BC

Our online calendar at www.bcss.org/calendar contains support groups, training and events for people with a mental illness and their family and supporters.

Online Support Groups for Family / Supporters

Family Respite Program

The Family Respite Program provides modest funding to pay for activities or services to give family members helping their ill relative a break or rest.

Partnership Education Presentation Program

Kids in Control Support Group Program

The BCSS Kids in Control Support Group Program gives information, education and support to children aged 8-18 who have a parent with a serious mental illness.

Strengthening Families Together – 10 session group for family and friends

Do you have a relative or friend with a serious mental illness? Strengthening Families Together is a 10-session group for families and friends, which provides information, skill-building, and support. Offered throughout B.C. in spring and fall.