Service Directory

Progressive Intercultural Community Services Society

Since 1987, PICS Society has built a positive and respectful reputation with clients, funders, and the community as a multifaceted agency that develops innovative programs and creates strong partnerships with other organizations. We continue to deliver effective programs and services, strengthen Board involvement, and broaden our areas of service outside senior's housing, health, immigration, counseling programs, English Language services, employment programs and agricultural programs. PICS will continue to be a strong advocate for the multicultural and immigrant community, particularly the South Asian community.
Address: 109 - 12414 82nd Ave Surrey BC V3W 3E9
Phone: 604 596 7525
604 596 7988


S.U.C.C.E.S.S. is a multi-service agency in British Columbia, Canada. Established in 1973 and incorporated in 1974, our mandate is to promote the well being of all Canadians and immigrants. We encourage their participation in the community through delivering services in five major areas: social services, employment services, business and economic development services, training and education services, and health services (under the auspices of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Multi-Level Care Society incorporated in 1995). To strengthen our financial resources, S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Foundation was established in 2001.
Address: Dr. Dorothy Lam Buiding 28 West Pender Street Vancouver BC V6B 1R6
Phone: 604-684-1628

Salt Spring Women Opposed to Violence (SWOVA)

SWOVA Community Development and Research Society is a non-profit society working to prevent violence in all forms.
Address: 344 Lower Ganges Rd Saltspring BC V8K 2V3
Phone: 250-537-1336

Self Employment and Entrepreneur Development Society (SEEDS)

The Self-Employment and Entrepreneur Development Society (SEEDS) is a non-profit Society dedicated to entrepreneur development and the growth of businesses in our communities. SEEDS was formed and registered as a non-profit Society on July 2nd, 1997. Since then it has helped more than 1,800 individuals to enter into the self-employment and entrepreneurial world. SEEDS has become known in the community as a business resource enterprise and it is continuously updating and adding on to its services for both new and established businesses alike.
Address: 104 - 7565 132 St Surrey BC V3W 1K5
Phone: (604) 590-4144
(604) 590-4168

SFU Centre for Education, Law and Society

The central purpose of CELS is to improve the legal literacy of children and young adults through a program of teaching, research, curriculum development, and school-based initiatives. Our work encompasses the role of law in society and its impact on the individual, citizenship engagement, social justice and human rights, conflict resolution, and school law and policies. We offer credit courses in law-related education and conduct research into topical legal issues.
Address: Simon Fraser University Surrey 250 - 13450 - 102 Avenue Surrey, British Columbia V3T 0A3
Phone: 778-782-8045

South Fraser Women's Services Society

South Fraser Women's Services Society is a women-focused organization committed to providing information, resources, support and counselling for women to empower themselves. Our purpose is to work together to create a world that is free from violence, inequality and oppression, where all women have access to power, equal rights and freedom of choice, including reproductive choice.
Address: 15318 - 20th Avenue Surrey, BC V4A 2A2
Phone: (604)-536-9611

Surrey Women's Centre

Surrey Women's Centre is providing a 24-hour support for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking during the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Vancouver.
Address: 10075 136-A Street Surrey, BC V3T4G1
Phone: Office: (604) 589 1868 Support: (604) 583 1295
(604) 589 2812

The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch (CBABC)

The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch (CBABC) is the essential ally and advocate of all members of the legal profession. The CBABC is the voice for the profession and serves its members and their interests in advocacy. It provides personal and professional development, and support to all members of the legal profession. The CBABC promotes fair justice systems, facilitates effective law reform, promotes equality in the legal profession, and is devoted to the elimination of discrimination
Address: 10th Floor, 845 Cambie Street Vancouver, BC V6B 5T3
Phone: 604.687.3404 or 1.888.687.3404
604.669.9601 or 1.877.669.9601

The Law Centre (University of Victoria Clinical Law Program)

The Law Centre provides advice, assistance and representation to clients who cannot afford a lawyer. Examples of cases dealt with at The Law Centre include: Criminal matters; Divorce, support and other family law matters; Human rights complaints; Civil disputes; and Hearings before administrative tribunals, such as: Employment insurance; Welfare, landlord and tenant disputes; and Canada Pension Plan. The Law Centre also provides law students with clinical and legal education.
Address: 1221 Broad Street Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 2A4
Phone: 250-385-1221

The Western Canada Society to Access Justice

Access Justice provides first-class free legal assistance to all persons who cannot obtain legal aid or afford a lawyer.
Address: 106- 873 Beatty Street, Vancouver BC V6B 2M6
Phone: 604-878-7400 / 1-877-762-6664