Please feel free to browse our directory for more information regarding the variety of services and programs that Langley has to offer for both you and your family. By clicking on each of the logo’s you will find yourself re-directed to the agency or organization website for further information regarding the programs and services they offer.
If you would like your organization listed, or know of another organization to be included, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Finally, if you want information about a service that is not listed here, please try BC211 or dial 211 on your phone to request information.
The Centre for Child Development helps children with the most complex and severe developmental disabilities. Many of the children at The Centre have enduring disabilities and health issues. Using a multi-disciplinary approach that is tailored to meet each child’s unique circumstances, The Centre provides therapy, care and support all under one umbrella. Services are provided in Langley, White Rock, Surrey and Delta.
The City of Langley Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department is committed to ensuring all residents have access to quality recreational programs, beautiful parks and an abundance of open spaces and play areas.
We strongly believe that an active lifestyle will benefit individuals, families and especially our community and so, urge everyone to participate in community recreation. Whether you enjoy sports, dance, art, music or are looking to volunteer, there is a program suited just for you!
Services include community outreach for families and children under the age of 6; On-site childcare for parents returning to school; Family drop in programming; Young parent support; Parent and child educational programming; Best Babies programming; Counseling and mediation for families and youth experiencing parent-youth conflict; sexual abuse counseling for children and youth; outreach for street-involved youth and for at-risk youth; support to youth who are in transition to independence; and youth justice support services and community work service placements for court-ordered youth.
The F.O.R.C.E. Society for Kids’ Mental Health is a provincial organization that provides families with an opportunity to speak with other families who understand and may be able to offer support or advice on what has worked for them. The F.O.R.C.E. also provides families and professionals with information, tools, and tips on how to support and assist children with mental health difficulties.
FVRL puts on over 7,800 programs every year; young or old, there is a program for everyone. Choose from educational and literacy programs, general interest programs, author readings, book clubs, conversation circles and more. All programs are free. Use the form below to search for programs.
Langley Community Services Society assists individuals and families to enhance their lives through the provision of information, services and programs. Community services include, substance abuse counselling, family counselling, parent outreach and parent education, family resource programs, child care resource and referral program, settlement and integration services, early learning program for immigrant/refugee children and their caregivers and family connections program.
Langley Parents as Partners in Learning plan and host 4-6 workshops per school year which are open to all interested parents. They are held in the evenings at local schools. The program includes one major speaker each year as well as several smaller workshops and/or series of workshops.
Public health units offer public health nursing services which include screening, assessment, counselling, referral, follow-up and health promotion activities for all age groups, as well as communicable disease control. Most public health offices also offer services such as speech language pathology, audiology, nutrition and dental health. Programs may also focus on health promotion, programs and policies related to chronic and infectious diseases, a smoke-free society, and education regarding public health issues. Prenatal and postnatal services. Childhood immunizations
The Township believes that public recreation, culture, and parks services are a vehicle to be used in achieving worthwhile community goals and outcomes in our Township, where the achievement of such goals and outcomes clearly results in some form of benefit (i.e. public good) to all citizens.