Support Services & Programs

Group Walking Tours

Lifetime Learning Centre Society


32444 7th Ave
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 2B5
Bring your Nordic Poles, or not! Exercise and explore local trails, neighbourhoods & gardens. Must preregister for this 7 week program. This program will run from April 12th to May 31st, for more information call Lifetime Learning Centre at 604-820-0220.


Guardianship and Youth Services Team (FGD)

Ministry of Children and Family Development


Unit 201 7364 Horne Street
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 3Y7
The Guardianship and Youth Services Team provides integrated services to children and youth in the continuing care of the Ministry of Children and Family Development, youth on probation and families experiencing problems and difficulties with their teenage youth. The Multidisciplinary team consists of Guardianship Social Workers, Youth Social Workers, Youth Probation Officers and Family Finder workers. Youth Probation Officers deal with youth aged 12-17 who have committed various criminal offenses. They supervise youth court orders and agreements.


Home Share Services

Mission Association for Community Living


33345 2nd Ave
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 1K4
Home Share Services match individuals with screened and monitored caregivers who share their home long term with an adult with a developmental disability.


Home, Healing and Place

Women's Resource Society of the Fraser Valley


PO Box 3044
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 4J3
Home, Healing and Place began in March 2009. It is a three year pilot project designed to help facilitate support, healing, skills development, housing and social inclusion of street engaged women in Abbotsford and Mission.

Home, Healing and Place includes an actual store front location called ?The Warm Zone?. This program serves as a bridge to other local community services.

Penny?s Place is a women?s house attached to the Home, Healing and Place project. A small number of women share a house with in-house support. By removing the significant barrier of access to safe housing and food security, women can then turn their attention to healing and personal growth.

Phone: 604-746-3301


Homeless Outreach Program

Mission Community Services Society


33179 2nd Avenue
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 1J9
The Homeless Outreach Program (HOP) provides assistance and support for the homeless through referrals to housing and other community based support services which help individuals maintain their housing. The program will help to promote housing stability by providing support for both landlords and tenants. Please contact Jeff at 604-854-4665 or Katie at 604-854-4025.


Homework Club

Mission Literacy in Motion


Chandra Deo
Windebank Elementray School, 33570 11th Ave, Room 172
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 6Z2
Students in grades 1-7 are invited to join us in the library for Homework Club! We can help you with math, spelling, writing, reading and many other school subjects. -Mondays 3:30-5:30 at ?cole Mission Central School -Thursdays 3:30-5:30 at West Heights School


Hospice Volunteer Training Program

Mission Hospice Society


Ruth Fearn, Interim Director
32180 Hillcrest Ave
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 1L2
This program provides 30 hours of training over a 18-week period, scheduled in the Spring and Fall of each year. The goal of the Hospice Volunteer Training program is to educate prospective volunteers in the philosophy and approaches of Hospice, and to prepare these individuals to function effectively in the support of the dying and the bereaved.


In School Mentor - Big Buddy/Teen Mentor

Big Brothers Big Sisters, Abbotsford, Mission , Ridge Meadows


Cassie Silva, Mentoring Coordinator - Mission and Abbotsford
32444 7th Ave
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 2B5
As an In School Mentor you will build a friendship with a child in a school setting, participating in activities which you both enjoy. You may play games, read, make crafts, talk, play a sport, bake, or play on the computer together. Your friendship will increase a child?s success and school performance by improving their self esteem and confidence. An In School Mentor can be an adult (Big Buddy) or a secondary school student in Grades Ten to Twelve (Teen Mentor). Your time commitment is one hour per week from September through June (the school year). Mentoring Coordinators provide professional screening and support to you, the child and the family.


Job Search Resources

WorkBC Employment Service Centre


Unit 209 33123 1st Avenue
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 1G5
Every WorkBC Employment Services Centre has FREE tools and resources available to help with your job search. This includes computer workstations, public telephones, fax machine, photocopy services.


L.I.N.C. Toll Free Support Line for Offenders 1-877-424-4242

L.I.N.C. (Long-term Inmates Now in the Community)


Sherry Edmunds-Flett or Glen Flett
33270 14th Ave
Mission, British Columbia   V2V 4Z7
The L.I.N.C. office has a toll free in BC phone line that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The calls are about a variety of topics including: crisis intervention within the institutions and out in the community, technical questions about the CSC, parole hearings and the police, arranging rides when released to the ferry, bus terminal, halfway houses or other residences etc.


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