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Rig Riders

Rig Riders is a peer based team who provides mobile needle recovery, overdose response, and harm reduction supplies on their bicycles in Surrey and Langley. It is a community-based service to facilitate the proper collection and disposal of discarded needles, while providing support and fostering positive relationships with local businesses and residents in the communities.

Mobile Health Outreach

Lookout Society’s Mobile Health Outreach covers Tsawwassen, Delta, Surrey, White Rock, Langley, Ladner, and Aldergrove. The Mobile Outreach team connects guests with Lookout services, health professionals and community resources. When the homeless population is unable to access shelter services, we go to them. Travelling in pairs or groups of three, the Mobile Health Outreach team

CKNW Orphans’ Fund Counseling Initiative

The CKNW Orphans’ Fund Counseling Program works with children K-12 in a variety of inner-city designated schools throughout Surrey-North. All of the children referred to our program possess extreme behavioural challenges that gravely impact classroom, family and peer interactions. Working collaboratively with educators, health care professionals and community support staff, our counselors develop an holistic

Surrey Street Youth Services

Lookout’s Surrey Street Youth Services (SSYS) is a combined outreach and storefront program catering to the needs of street entrenched youth between the ages of 15-21 in Surrey. Youth participation in the Lookout’s Surrey programs continues to rise. SSYS works in partnership with other Surrey-based youth agencies helping to reduce youth poverty and youth homelessness

STOP Outreach – Surrey

STOP outreach has a specialized role in supporting individuals living with chronic health conditions including HIV/AIDS and Hep-C, helping them connect them to necessary community health supports. Funded by Fraser Health Authority, Lookout Society’s Surrey STOP Outreach team connects with guests with necessary health supports and links them with Lookout’s health services, including Positive Haven, the Djaef

Outreach Yukon

Outreach workers in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood assist homeless individuals living on the streets and in parks to become housed. Outreach also provides wrap-around support services to provide stability. Whether housed or not, Outreach works with each individual to ensure they receive necessary supports. This work ranges range from moving guests between shelters and SROs,