Mental Health

Langley Community Services Society (LCSS)
The Family Connections Program provides in-home counselling, support, and advocacy to families with a focus on reducing risk factors and keeping children safe. Operating via phone support and emergency outreach for existing clients.
Phone: 604-534-7921

Ministry of Children and Family Development – Child and Youth Mental Health
Continuing to offer services, including intakes.  All services are currently being conducted via telephone or online.
Contact [email protected]

offering phone, email or virtual support with Google Hangouts.
Contact Langley Parent In Residence [email protected]

Short Term, Assessment, Response, Treatment
Phone: 1-844-782-7811
Monday to Friday – 9:00am-9:00pm, Sat & Sun 12:00pm-9:00pm
For ages 6-18 experiencing extreme mental health symptoms

Online meditation program. Part of a larger collection in the Headspace app — free for everyone — called Weathering the storm. It includes meditations, sleep, and movement exercises to help you out, however you’re feeling. It’s our small way of helping you find some space and kindness for yourself and those around you.

BC Suicide Help Line
Phone: 1-800-784-2433

Kids Help Phone
Phone: 1-800-668-6868
Bilingual and anonymous phone and web counselling and referral service for children and youth

Kids Help Phone Web Chat
Web Address:
Wednesday to Sunday, 3:00pm to 11:00pm

Langley Youth Hub/Friends of Dorothy
Available for anyone aged 12-24 for essential items such as groceries/access to food, hygiene products, and general outreach support, counselling or connection to resources.
Call ahead 604.546.1130
Web Address:

Substance Use Services (Langley Community Services Society)
The LCSS Substance Use Services Program remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic, and implemented modified service delivery in order to keep both staff and clients as safe and healthy as possible. LCSS is providing counselling sessions by phone only, unless it is deemed high urgency or there is no access to a phone.  LCSS continues to accept new intakes for children, youth and adults who are either substance-using individuals or those affected by a loved one’s substance use.
Phone Intake Line: 604-534-7230 ext. 1108

Langley Youth & Family Services Counselling
For children, youth and families.  They provide an early intervention counselling service working with the Langley RCMP, the community and families toward preventing child and youth entry into the criminal justice system.
Contact email: [email protected]
Referral form can be accessed here.

Langley Community Service Society
We are providing telephone-based support, to help those experiencing stress and anxiety due to COVID-19 and the varying stressors it has placed on everyone in our community. The service will be available Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

How it works:

  1. Anyone can call our general line: 604-534-7921
  2. The call will be answered by our reception, or you can leave a message with your name & phone number
  3. Your information will be provided to our trained staff and your call will be returned as soon as possible.

If you are in crisis, please call the Fraser Health Crisis Line: 1-877-820-7444

Pacific Community Resources Society

Individual Check-in’s and support; Positive Health Promotion Activities. Contact Jaime Arthurs – Prevention and Health Promotion Facilitator (Aldergrove Community Secondary School) C. 236.889.4581 [email protected] 

Encompass Support Services Society

Sexual Abuse Support Services (SASS) This program provides clinical counselling services to children and youth up the ages of 19 who have experienced sexual abuse or assault. This program continues to take referrals during the COVID-19 crisis. Intakes, assessments, and counselling sessions are being offered via video counselling or phone.

Access to Integrated Mental Health Services (AIM) This program offers up to 12 sessions of counselling to individuals of any age who are experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression or anxiety or are struggling with psychosocial concerns. Services are being offered via video counselling or phone to current clients and clients on the waitlist as space becomes available.

Trauma Therapy Program This program provides counselling to individuals who have experienced any type of mental or emotional trauma. The Trauma Therapy Program is a fee-for-service program, and counsellors will work to connect individuals with funding where available. Services are being offered via video counselling or phone to current clients and clients on the waitlist as space becomes available.

With full gratitude, we acknowledge we live and work on the traditional unceded territory of the Kwantlen, Katzie, Matsqui, and Semiahmoo First Nations. We honour the Ancestors and all relations who walked this land long before us.

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