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COVID-19: In general, our programs remain OPEN to provide direct and in-person, or modified (e.g. telephone, video conferencing) services to clients, with some exceptions. Before visiting, please phone, email or otherwise contact that SOURCES office or location in advance to confirm their availability and check their procedures. If possible, please make an appointment (drop-in visits are not recommended).

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Our Services

Sources Substance Use Services provides free confidential individual, family and group counselling for anyone concerned about their own or someone else’s substance use.

Referrals to residential or other services can be facilitated. Education, prevention and health promotion services are available for schools and the community.

This program receives funding from the Fraser Health Authority.

Drug Test Kits

We have drug test kits available for purchase at counselling intake during business hours.

Drug kits are urine-based and test for the presence of 10 substances including cannabis, opiates and benzodiazepines.

Single-use kits (tax included) are $20 each and include instructions for use, guidelines on things to consider if administering to someone else, a list of observable effects of various substances and a guide to drug detection times.

NOTE: We do not administer the tests or interpret results; they are for take-home personal use.

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  • Resources

    Affected Family Online Meetings and Supports

    Sources Affected Family Group Zoom Meeting

    This group runs on the first and third Tuesday of every month from 4:30 pm until 6 pm.

    Sources Substance Use Services is committed to providing information, counselling and support to our community members. We are currently offering a professionally supported group for family members who are affected by a loved one’s substance misuse. Through this group, we provide a confidential, safe and non-judgmental environment for people to share their experiences of struggle and hope with others who can relate.  In addition, group members will learn new information and strategies for coping and understanding.

    More information is available by phoning 604-538-2522 (Monday to Friday).

    Call or email for a consent form and link to group:

    Emotions BC

    Helping Families Thrive:  Dealing with emotions that are hard to manage can created chaotic relationships.  Training, knowledge and support to help families and friends cope with mental health challenges of loved ones with the ultimate goal of connection.

    Please follow the following links for online groups:

    ​Support Group:
    Skills Group:
    Support + Skills Group:

    Fraser Health Family Support Services Program

    BC Centre on Substance Use

    Topics include understanding addiction, caring for your loved one and yourself, navigating the system, advocacy and providing a voice for families.

    Addiction.  The Next Step

    Find positive, evidence-based support for a loved one battling addiction.  Information about treatments for substance use disorders and proven therapy.  Free online tool kit.

    Phone Resources

    Fraser Health Substance Use Central Access Line: 1-866-624 MHSU (6478)
    Connect with your local service provider for information and referral.

    Creekside Detox –  604-585-5610 (youth and adult program) – Adult program typically has a 1-3 week waitlist. Self-refer for withdrawal management support.

    Alcohol and Drug Information Line (24 hours): 604-660-9382

    Fraser Health Crisis Line (24 hours 7 days a week): 604-951-8855

    Additional resources:

    NarCan –The antidote to save a life.
    We have FREE Narcan kits available.  They are also at Pharmacies and public health clinics/outlets.
    If you or someone you know uses drugs, this kit will reverse an overdose. Take Home Naloxone Program is free to at-risk users and friends/family.
    More information:

    BeSafe App
    For anyone who is using substances alone, BeSafe offers peer-to-peer remote supervision.​

    Together We Can – Online Meetings for Substance Users


    Together White Rock/South Surrey – Emotional Wellness and Support Resources

Contact Information

Tel: (604) 538-2522
882 Maple Street
White Rock
Direction: View Map

Hours of Operation

Monday – Friday8:30 am – 4:30 pm

Note: Intake hours weekdays until 4:30 pm. However, some evening services can also be made available.

Groups and Workshops