General Support Services

Keep up emotional wellness and get support

before you are too distressed 

Existing Therapy Support Services


A) Extended Health. Your work insurance may already cover mental health

services with a Psychologist or Registered Counsellor, usually without the need

for a physician's referral. Check your policy or call your group benefits provider.

Free to Co-pay. 


B) Work EAP-Employee Assistance Programs. Your workplace may already have short term therapy provision through their own network. Talk to your human services department. Usually short term 3-6 sessions. Free


C) Sources Counselling Services in White Rock is a community service that offers fee-based individual, couples, family, and group counselling. Call 604-538-2522 to set up an intake phone session. Video/phone therapy provided. 


D) White Rock/South Surrey Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services. Services are part of the Fraser Health Authority Find the Mental Health button on Main Page. Call 604-541-6844 to set up an intake phone session to determine your needs.  Individual therapy services currently through the phone.


E) Private Practice therapists are available through the:

BC Association of Clinical Counsellors or

BC Psychological Association

Fees for private therapy will range from $120 to $220+

G) First Nations support is available through and the 24-hour crisis line,

1-800-588-8717. FREE

H) Victim of a crime, Crime Victims Assistance can help you apply for access to therapy services.

1-866-660-3888 FREE or CoPay depending on the therapist.


I) English as a Learned Language Resources:


Mandarin and Cantonese language resources counselling and support. 604-270-8233,       604-270-8222辅助


These programs provide short-term, solution-focused counselling and support services in Punjabi, Hindi, Urdu, Arabic, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Farsi and English.

Post Secondary Students


Free App/Online

Women's Support Services

Note: This site is a community-based volunteer mental health collaboration. All information on is for educational purposes only. For specific advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist. 

For emergencies call 911.