The following are a list of services and resources that families may be interested in (further information can be obtained in the Community Room office):


Healthy Kids Program (covers dental care, eye check ups and prescription eyewear for children and youth to the age of 19). I have included a more detailed description of how to access dental and optometry under the Services and Resources tab.

Global Family Care Clinic just opened up on Edmonds and Kingsway for new Refugee or Immigrant families  to Canada in the past 3 years that do not have a family doctor yet. It is fantastic! Check out the following:

  1. Information about the Clinic – GFCC_Clinic_Info_Oct29_email
  2. Frequently asked questions – GFCC_FAQS_Oct29_email
  3. Referral Forms for the Clinic – 2013 07 19 Global Family CareClinic Referral form circulation


MetroVancouver: Services and Solutions for a Livable Region has new opportunities to share with families about new affordable housing possibilites (2013 Letter Burnaby Schools).

If you are a youth or find that a youth that you serve has no place to stay, here are some options that are specifically for underaged youth. They are all fantastic:

  1. ASH (Aboriginal Youth Safe House) – Vancouver 604-254-5147
  2. All Nations Youth Safe House – Surrey 604-584-2625
  3. Covenant House 575 Drake, Vancouver 604-685-7474
  4. Directions Youth Centre 900 Pacific, Vancouver 604-633-1472
  5. Walden Safe House – Vancouver 604-877-1234
  6. Shelter Information – All Ages and Genders
  7. BC 211 – A region-wide referral line for shelter and other essential services 211 (604-857-6381)

If all these options are full please call Shelter Vacancies in the Lower Mainland and they will point you in the right direction: 604-875-6381

If you are concerned about a youth and not able to find a safe place for a youth please call MCFD Afterhours: 604-660-8080


BASES Thrift Store has been in the newspaper and on the TV lately for all the good work that they are doing in our community.

Metrotown Rotary Coats for Kids

Food Bank: Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. at Southside Community Church (see How to Access Food)

Quest Food Exchange is a Non-Profit Grocery Market. In order to access the Quest Market one must complete the QUEST REFERRAL FORM 2015.

Helping Families in Need Society (furniture and household goods).


Burnaby Christmas Bureau & Burnaby Camping Bureau


KidSport: Burnaby Grant Application (2015)

Canadian Tire Jumpstart: How to Apply

Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services credit forms: Recreation Credit and Grade 5 Gets Active Pass.

Please save your income tax papers each year. These are important to register for Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services credits, Burnaby Christmas Bureau, and summer camp subsidies.


One comment on “SERVICES & RESOURCES

  1. Teresa Anderson
    February 4, 2015 at 8:23 pm #

    I would like to learn more about your breakfast program. I have looked but cannot find any information.

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