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Substance Use Resources within the Fraser Health Region Available to Delta Residents

Substance Use Resources within the Fraser Health Region Available to Delta Residents


There are a variety of substance use resources in the Fraser Health region available to Delta residents in addition to the Substance Use Services Counselling Program at Deltassist. These include counselling, withdrawal management (“detox”), day treatment, opioid agonist therapy, residential programs, access to addictions doctors, and a resource for South Asian clients. You can find out more about each of these programs listed below through the links provided.


  1. The Substance Use Services counselling program at Deltassist Family and Community Services is open to Delta residents who have substance use concerns themselves, or who are family members of people who use substances. It is funded through the Fraser Health Authority. Participation is mainly through self-referral. Call the S.U.S. Intake Line at (604)594-3455, extension 108. Counselling is available in person at the North Delta and Ladner offices, and also virtually.


  1. The Little House is located in Tsawwassen at 5061 12th Avenue, phone number (778)522-5160. It hosts several mutual support groups for people with substance use concerns and for family members. It also provides counselling and workshops to individuals and families, including four sessions of free counselling.


  1. Creekside Withdrawal Management Centre “provides a safe, supportive environment for withdrawal management of alcohol and other drugs”. The phone number is: (604)587-3755. It is located at 13740 94A Avenue, Surrey, BC.


  1. Also located at Creekside is the D.E.W. Program (Day, Evening, Weekend) Substance Use Treatment Program. The D.E.W. program is available in person and online. It is “for adults (19 years and older) who are looking for an intensive day, evening or weekend substance use treatment program”. The phone number is (604)585-5610.


  1. Creekside also home to the Rapid Access to Addiction Care Clinic, also known as R.A.A.C., which provides “assessment and initial stabilization for any substance use concerns. Walk-ins are welcome”. It includes addiction medicine assessments. The phone number for this clinic is (604)587-3755.


  1. The Roshni Clinic is also located at Creekside. It is “a service that provides support for men and women (19 years and older) of the South Asian community with any substance use concerns. Services are provided in English, Punjabi and Hindi”. This resource can be reached at (604)953-6190.


  1. The Surrey O.A.T. Clinic, an out-patient based opioid agonist treatment program. It is located at #102-13670 94AAvenue, Surrey, BC, as part of the Quibble Creek Sobering and Assessment Centre. It gives “people who have an opioid use disorder a treatment using medications like

buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone), methadone, or Slow Release Oral Morphine (Kadian)”. Phone (604)580-4950.


  1. Nearby is the Substance Use Services Assessment Team (S.U.S.A.T.) which is located at the Surrey Mental Health and Substance Use Urgent Care Response Centre. The SUSAT teams were designed to “create centralized access points to substance use services” to provide engagement “for individuals impacted by substance use who are not connected anywhere” in the Mental Health and Substance Use “continuum of care”. Their mandate also allows them to “support clients through ‘transitions in care’”. They are located at the Charles Barham Pavilion on the Surrey Memorial Hospital Memorial grounds: 13750 96th Avenue. Phone (604)953-6201.


  1. Access to residential services which are associated with the Fraser Health Authority, i.e. treatment centres and recovery houses, are typically accessed through a referral made by a substance use counsellor (such as those at Deltassist). Referrals are sometimes also initiated for clients admitted to Creekside Withdrawal Management or local hospitals. Due to the opioid crisis, referrals to residential services approved by the Fraser Health Authority are now being streamed to one point of entry, i.e. the Residential Coordination Services section of Mental Health and Substance Use Services. Therefore, most referrals to Fraser Health approved facilities must be sent there initially.


  1. The Alcohol and Drug Information and Referral line is available to anyone in British Columbia. Phone numbers are 1-800-663-1441, and (604)660-9382 (Lower Mainland). “This service is available to people across B.C. needing help with any kind of substance abuse issues 24 hours a day. It provides information and referral to education, prevention and treatment services and regulatory agencies”.


Additional resources, particularly those relating to harm reduction and to youth, will be discussed in the next posts.

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