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White Rock and Surrey, B. C. (March 31, 2022) – Today marks the last day of the Coldest Night of the Year (CNOY) national walk campaign, an initiative that gets people out walking for a cause that matters to them in their local community. Among these fundraising efforts, SOURCES attracted 454 people to walk for their Homeless Prevention and Rent Bank services, which directly benefits those living in White Rock and South Surrey.

Register for our Trauma Counselling Program’ s eight-week online group on Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) starting January 26, 2022. This program is for people who have experienced childhood trauma, sexual assault and/or relationship abuse. This group and our services are open to people of all marginalized genders including women (cis and trans), two-spirit, trans,  and non-binary people.

Sign up for our Trauma Counselling Program’ s eight-week online group on “ Anger, Boundaries and Communication” starting January 31, 2022. This group is for people who have experienced childhood trauma, sexual assault and/or interpersonal violence. This group and our services are open to people of all marginalized genders including women (cis and trans), two-spirit, trans,  and non-binary people.

The Empowered for Employment department at SOURCES offers support for you to obtain the skills needed to get you working!  We believe that each individual has the capacity to thrive in the workforce and we strive to empower community members to achieve employment and independence and participate in their broader communities, realizing healthier and happier lives. All programs are currently offered virtually.  

Fraser Health has opened a new overdose prevention site (OPS) in White Rock, named Peace Point, that will help support people in South Surrey and White Rock who use substances and connect them with the health services they need. Sources Community Resources Society, which has delivered Substance Use Services in the community for decades, will oversee the OPS. Overdose prevention sites aim to prevent drug overdoses and overdose deaths, and reduce the adverse health, social and economic consequences associated with substance use.