Immigrants and New Refugees

City of Langley – Recreation, Culture and Community Services

Address: 20399 Douglas Cres, Langley, BC V3A 4B3
Phone: 604.514.2865

Immigrant Services Society of BC

Address: 20430 Fraser Hwy, Langley, BC V3A 4G2
Phone: 604-510-5136
Email: [email protected]

Langley Early Years Hubs / Family Navigation

Langley Early Years Hubs / Family Navigation
Phone: 604-308-1584


Aldergrove Family Place
Address: 27330 28th Ave, Aldergrove, BC V4W 3K1
Phone: 604-856-1664

Douglas Recreation Centre
Address: 20550 Douglas Crescent, Langley City, BC V3A 4B3
Phone: 604-514-2865

Langley Community Services Society
Address: 5339 207 St, Langley City, BC V3A 2E6
Phone: 604-534-7921

Willoughby Elementary School
Address: 20766 80 Ave, Langley City, BC V2Y 1X6
Phone: 604-308-1584


Langley Literacy Network

Address: c/o City of Langley Library - 20399 Douglas Crescent, Langley, BC V3A 4B3
Phone: 604-617-5140
Email: [email protected]

Langley Public Health Unit

Address: 20389 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC V3A 7N2
Ph: 604.539.2900

Langley School District #35

Address: 4875-222nd St., Langley, BC V3A 3Z7
Phone: 604.534.7891

Langley Youth HUB

At the Langley Youth Hub, any youth in our community will find acceptance and care under one roof. The Hub provides opportunities to meet the basic needs of youth such as food, showers, laundry, and toiletries. We also provide services such as medical care, substance use counselling and harm reduction programs, mental health counselling, employment and housing support, and life skills training - all of which are imperative in increasing the overall well-being of youth.  The services and programs of the Hub are provided in-kind through our partner organizations.



Address: 6275 203RD STREET, LANGLEY BC, V3A 5E6

Telephone: 604.546.1130

Pacific Community Resources Society

ASTRA - supports Fraser Valley youth 13-24 (primary focus is on 13 – 18) who would like to change their relationship with alcohol and/or drugs. Staff provide support based on individual goals and needs. Please contact us at: Greg Maccluskey 604-312-5866 [email protected]

Prevention and Health Promotion - Jaime Arthurs 236-889-4581 [email protected]

Address: 26850 29th Avenue, Aldergrove, BC V4W3C1

Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS)

Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) | Langley School District
Online Application Form

The SWIS program provides information & orientation services to new immigrants and refugees in Langley. SWIS also provide needs assessments, action plans & holistic case management services to newcomers with limited English or other settlement needs.

SWIS workers can assist you:

  • Register for school and connect with your child’s teacher and school programs
  • Apply for your Permanent Resident card, CareCard, Social Insurance Number, tax benefits, BC Housing, Rental Assistance, Child Care Subsidy and more!
  • Register for adult language classes (LINC) or adult education
  • Make connections to other community programs and services!

We offer:

  • Workshops & orientation sessions on the BC school system, post-secondary education, parenting, life in Canada, community services and much more!
  • Conversation circles to meet others and practice English


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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