Couples Counselling

Using a counselling model which encourages couples to develop constructive interactions, many relationship difficulties can be improved by carefully examining the situations with a therapist in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.

Contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org.

Crisis Pregnancy Centre

Offers free and confidential info, counselling, clothing and baby items. Assistance is provided with shelter, finance, and post-abortion peer support. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 12:00 to 4:00pm. Address: 45766 Patten Avenue.

For more information view the brochure or call 604-795-3043.

Family Therapy Sessions

Families are able to attend sessions and receive therapy for a variety of reasons, including wanting to improve communication, resolve conflict, and gain new skills in parenting and partnering.

Contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org.

Futures Young Parent Program

Support for pregnant and parenting youth ages 15-19 to help them graduate from high school and parent successfully.  Includes individualized programs, career and personal counselling, academic support, family management and life skills and links to other community services and programs.

Contact the School District #33 Education Centre at 604-792-9277 Ext 228 or cheryl_bulycz@sd33.bc.ca.

Maternity Services Registration

All mothers planning to give birth at Chilliwack General Hospital are encouraged to register early for maternity services. This provides an opportunity for you to:

  • Meet with the prenatal Screening Nurse to discuss any questions or concerns about your pregnancy
  • Ask about developing a personal birth plan
  • Tour the Maternity unit (if time permits and a Nurse is available)
  • Complete a prenatal screening questionnaire
  • Receive provincial, regional and community books and pamphlets

The best time to register is when you have your 18 week Ultrasound appointment. Phone Maternity # 604-702-4107 to book an appointment after the ultrasound. Register by filling out a prenatal screening questionnaire at the Maternity Unit, 7 days/ week, 24 hours/day. The Prenatal Screening Nurse is available: Monday to Friday for a personal meeting. A telephone conversation or appointment can be arranged outside of these regular hours.

Meadow Rose Society

Families with children under the age of three who find themselves in financial crisis are helped by providing items such as diapers, wipes, cookies, baby food, formula and toiletries, highchairs, strollers, cribs and car seats. There is also a partnership with StreetHope New and Used to provide clothing in emergency cases. Clients range from someone being temporarily out of work, to grandparents on a fixed income, to single parents or families on disability. Each family applying for assistance must qualify financially, and is permitted 2 visits to the office per month. Open Monday to Thursday from noon to 4pm. Located at Unit 2 45789 Spadina Avenue.

Contact 604-392-1133, or for emergencies call 604-845-5432. Email address is help@meadowrosesociety.com.

Oasis Outreach Society Grocery Store

A new type of members-only grocery store, catering exclusively to low-income residents. Membership referrals are available free at over various community service agencies throughout the Fraser Valley. Located at 46191 Yale Road.

For more information call 604-392-2091 or visit www.fraserhealth.ca.

Parenting Time

Responding to each family’s unique needs with individually designed parent modelling support.

Contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org.

Parenting Group Program

This program runs once a week, for ten weeks. Often the parents need childcare, which is provided. Volunteers stay with the group while one or both parents are in the course.

Contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org.

Post Partum Wellness Group

Provides information on Postpartum Depression and provides resource contacts. Group meets every Tuesday from 1:00 to 2:30pm in Program is held at Sto:lo Nation Building #7, 7201 Vedder Road.

To register, contact the Chilliwack Health Unit at 604-702-4900.

Supervised Visits

The purpose of this program is to create a safe, secure and comfortable environment for the child(ren) to visit with the parent enrolled in the Program. An objective written report is provided, based on what is seen and heard during the supervised visit, which may be used for court purposes. Also, at the parents request parenting suggestions are offered, as well as information to make the visits as easy on the child(ren) as possible.

For further information contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org.

Women's Group Therapy Sessions

Ann Davis offers three different groups year round for women experiencing abuse. The Pattern Changing Group explores the cycle of abuse and teaches how to set healthy boundaries. The Codependency Group aims to de-mystify co-dependency and explains how to detach from a toxic relationship. The Self-Management Group explores how to manage anger and other overwhelming emotions through assertive communication, emotional regulation, and relaxation techniques.

Contact Ann Davis Transition Society at 604-792-2760 or info@anndavis.org for specific dates and times.

Youth Parent Support Worker

Provides outreach, support, life skills training, and crisis management services to pregnant or parenting youth ages 13 to 18 who are students at the Ed Centre, School District #33’s Alternate Education School, or in the community. Services may include housing referrals, Food Bank referrals and support, transportation to and from Doctor’s appointments, nutrition training, healthy relationship instruction, Day Care coordination, or support for other needs as may be identified. By referral through Youth Services only. Funded by MCFD.

Contact Chilliwack Community Services at 8937 School St, 604-792-6632 Ext 110 or 604-798-3250.