Health Programs

Accessible Health Care Support for Youth in Care and Young Mothers

Aunt Leah’s offers accessible onsite clinical counselling and health care supports through strategic service partnerships. When young people ‘age out’ of the child welfare system, they often also ‘age out’ of pediatric medical and mental health services as well. An onsite clinic and counselling services helps respond to this issue.

Aunt Leah’s Clinic

In partnership with Fraser Health Authority, Aunt Leah’s participants have weekly access to an on-site clinic and nurse practitioner who both treats and refers our young people on to other health services.

Drop-in service every Wednesday. Appointments can be booked ahead of time by calling your Aunt Leah’s support worker or at reception (604) 525-1204.


Counselling Program

In partnership with Dan’s Leagcy, Aunt Leah’s youth and moms have access to trauma-informed therapy. Currently, Dan’s Legacy works with participants in four-month counselling interventions. This therapy helps empower them with insight into their situation, which has a direct impact on their ability to successfully maintain housing, benefit from training and life-skills programs, and stay in recovery.

Struggling with abuse or addiction issues? If you are between 15 and 25 years and want help, talk to your support worker about a referral or contact Dan’s Legacy. Families welcome.

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Your support helps kids in foster care and young mothers
achieve a better future.