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Local Resources

Provides counselling, support and transitional housing to women, children & youth who have experienced abuse. 

24 Hour Support Line: 604-467-9966

Provides confidential short term medical care for survivors of violence. Services may include follow-up and forensic care, PAP and STI screening, Rapid HIV testing, emergency contraception, blood tests, wound care, ect.

Phone: 1-855-775-7223 or 604-807-5406 (local & text)


Provides support to adult (19+) residents experiencing mental illness, and substance issues.

Phone: 604-476-7165

Family Justice counsellors work in Family Justice Centres located in communities across the province to provide services to British Columbians going through separation and divorce. Family Justice counsellors are specially trained to help families resolve their issues about guardianship, parenting arrangements, contact and support. There is no change for services. 

Phone: 604-466-7345

Public Health Family Health programs promote the recognition and development  of healthy relationships as well as a way to reduce childhood exposure to violence and to improve the long-term health and socio-economic success of families.

Phone: 604-476-7000

An Indigenous organization providing services and programs for our community to acknowledge our past present and future generations.

Phone: 604-458-0151


B.C. Corrections supervises approximately 22,000 clients throughout the province who are in the community under court-ordered conditions. Probation officers at 55 Community Corrections offices across B.C.  ensure individuals are abiding by their court orders and deliver programs and guidance aimed at reducing reoffending. 

Phone: 604-466-7438

Provides support to adult (19+) residents experiencing mental illness, and substance issues.

Phone: 604-476-7165

Provides information, community referrals, emotional, practical and court support to victims, their families and witnesses. Eligibility: Victims, immediate family members and witnesses of all ages who have experienced any of the following: Physical abuse, Sexual abuse, Relationship violence, Criminal harassment, Hate crime, and other forms of violence.

Phone: 604.467.6911 ext. 1227 or 778.572.1062

The Ministry works together with Delegated Aboriginal Agencies, Aboriginal service partners and approximately 5,400 contracted community social service agencies and foster homes, cross-government and social sector partners to deliver inclusive, culturally respectful, responsive and accessible services that support the well-being of children, youth and families. 

Centralized Screening: 1-800-663-9122

To report a crime currently in progress or for immediate police assistance please call 9-1-1

Non-emergency Number: 604-463-6251

Address: 11990 Haney Place, Maple Ridge BC V2X 9B8

The Ridge Meadows RCMP Victim Services program provides on-scene crisis intervention, ongoing support, information and referrals to individuals and families who are impacted by crime and trauma in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows.  Program staff and volunteers strive to lessen the long-term impact of crime and trauma.

Phone: 604-467-7650

B.C. Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

Services for Men

B. C. Society for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse is a non-profit society and Canadian Registered Charity.

Our primary mandate is to provide recovery options for males who have been victims of sexual abuse, 

either as a child or adolescent or more recent sexual assault.  However, our mandate was expanded to 

include males who are victims of domestic violence by a same or opposite gender partner.  Our services

include Victim Service, which provides information about and guidance through legal processes and accessing compensation.  We also offer individual and group therapy.  Some limited support is available for concerned family of our clientele.  A sliding scale for services is available for low or limited income. More information is available on our website

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