Our MembersThe Committee is comprised of all Indigenous agencies operating within the city of Surrey. They offer diverse services and programs. Click on the following links to find out more!

Aboriginal Community Career Employment Services Society (ACCESS)
ACCESS is the place to start building your future today. We deliver a unique and diverse assortment of education, training, counselling, support and financial services designed to help members of the urban Aboriginal community overcome barriers that may stand in the way of success and self-sufficiency. We develop partnerships with organizations and companies that match their needs to the needs of our Aboriginal clients creating a win, win situation for both partners. Visit the website.
City of Surrey
City of Surrey
The City of Surrey is one of 21 municipalities in Metro Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. We are located on the Lower Mainland on the south side of the Fraser River and share a border with the United States of America. Within Metro Vancouver, Surrey is the largest city in land area, and second most populous city with a population of more than 517,000. Visit the website.
Cwenengitel Aboriginal Society
Seven Sacred Fires
Provides a safe environment where up to 12 Aboriginal men may reside while addressing drug and alcohol addiction. Aims to help clients return to their community and lead a productive life. Offers counselling, life skills, and traditional healing methods to residents and non-residents. Accepts self-referrals. There is no minimum stay; the maximum stay is generally two years. Fees are charged. Recovery house registered with the Assisted Living Registry, Ministry of Health. Also offers counselling, life skills, and traditional healing methods to Aboriginal men in the community who are not residents. Holds a traditional healing circle 7:30 pm Thursdays, and regular sweat lodges, both of which are open to non-Aboriginal men and women in the community. 
First Nations Health Authority
The FNHA is committed to "Health through wellness" in its programs, services and initiatives. Healthy living, communicable disease control, eHealth, environmental health, health human resources, research, knowledge exchange and evaluation, health and wellness planning, maternal, child and family health, mental wellness and substance use, traditional healing, nursing services, funding arrangements, and health emergency management.
 Fraser Health
Fraser Health, Aboriginal Health
We deliver a wide range of health care services to more than 1.8 million people living in communities stretching from Burnaby to White Rock to Hope. Fraser Health provides services within the ancestral, traditional and unceded territory of the Coast Salish Nations.
Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA)
The Fraser Region Aboriginal Friendship Centre Association (FRAFCA) is British Columbia’s newest Friendship Center, receiving our designation on November 12, 2012. As an organization, we are often the first point of contact for Indigenous people seeking services and supports. To this end, we are working to build a continuum of care for people from birth to death and welcome feedback and guidance from our members on new programs and new roads we should take.
Fraser Valley Aboriginal Children and Family Services Society (Xyolhemeylh)
We endeavour to ensure the safety and well-being of children by working with and supporting all indigenous families while respecting their cultural diversity. While we operate in the Stó:lō nation area, we work with aboriginal children and families residing in the Fraser Valley. Our programs help provide stability, cultural learning, development, and community.
Indigenous Wellness Training Society
The Indigenous Wellness Training Society provides a program promoting resiliency; a therapeutic and a warm supportive environment; a “recovery system” assisting youth and adults to overcome alcohol and drug addictions; wellness promotion teaching life skills and job skills; addiction-related workshops and one-to-one counselling; education of traditional Indigenous Values; to promote healthy eating and living; providing skills sets and training for clients to operate their own business; and operation of social enterprise businesses for the purpose of on-the-job skills training. To accomplish this we have five drivers of empowerment which are: Recovery, Education, Employment, Culture and Life Skills.
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Kekinow Native Housing Society
Kekinow Native Housing Society is a not-for-profit organization that provides subsidized, affordable, long-term rental accommodation for people of Indigenous ancestry. We provide safe, healthy, and affordable housing for Indigenous people. Our values reflect the traditional culture of our diverse Indigenous ancestry. We honour our cultures by fostering the physical, spiritual, emotional and intellectual elements of human life.
Metis Family Services
Métis Family Services
Métis Family Services is committed to working collaboratively with Métis families and our community to increase their capacity to nurture and care for their children in a cultural and relevant manner. Métis Family Services is the service delivery agency of the Métis Community organization called "La Society de les Enfants Michif". The objective of this agency is in the most inclusive and professional manner possible to provide direct support and services to Métis families struggling with challenges related to the safety and wellbeing of their children; provide direct support to foster families and adoptive families of Métis children who have been apprehended and placed into care under the Child Family and Community Services Act; provide ongoing personal and culturally-based support to Métis children and youth who have become involved in the child welfare system and to provide cultural education, celebration and recreational activities to Métis children and families, including Foster and Adoptive families.
Metis Nation BC
Métis Nation of British Columbia
In 2003 the constitution of the “Métis Nation British Columbia" (MNBC) was established, implementing a right to self-governance and a legislative structure to include levels of governance and an objectively verifiable citizenship process. MNBC represents thirty-nine (38) Métis Chartered Communities in British Columbia, and its mandate is to develop and enhance opportunities for Métis communities by implementing culturally relevant social and economic programs and services.
Ministry of Children and Family Development Circle 5
A variety of child, teen, and family services are available throughout the province. Use this contact information to inquire about, or find, the services closest to you. Provided Services: Family Services, Youth Justice, Child/Youth Mental Health, and Guardianship.
Nova Metis
Nova Métis Heritage Association
The Nova Métis Heritage Association is a non-profit organization located in Surrey, BC. They provide historical information of the Métis People and culture, Youth Groups, Geneology research, Métis heritage stories, and memberships to the Nova Métis Heritage Association. They also operate a weekly radio show called Métis Matters Radio Show.
The Surrey RCMP Diversity and Indigenous Peoples Unit is composed of a Diversity & Indigenous Sergeant, Corporal, and Constable, a First Nations Policing Constable and two municipal employee Diversity Coordinators. The unit's mandate is to enhance Surrey Detachment's ability to connect with the city's diverse communities.
Simon Fraser University
In addition to the general services offered through Student Services and the Student Learning Commons, we offer the following supports to Aboriginal students or those looking for resources for Aboriginal Peoples:Indigenous Student Centre (ISC), Office for Aboriginal Peoples (OAP), Career services, Elders program, First Nations Student Association (FNSA), Supporting Aboriginal Graduate Enhancement Programs (SAGE), Graduate Studies blog posts, Faculty of Education: Office of Indigenous Education, and Library services for Aboriginal/Indigenous students.
Surrey School
Surrey School District
Our Aboriginal Enhancement Education Agreement (AEEA​) guides our services. The AEEA outlines partners responsible for implementing the vision and goals. In addition to school and district supports, Aboriginal students receive additional education enhancement services from Aboriginal Learning. The services are provided by: Administrative Staff, Aboriginal Child and Youth Care Workers, Aboriginal Transitions Facilitators, Director of Instruction, District Aboriginal Helping Teachers, District Vice-Principal, Education Assistants, First Peoples in Residence Program, Indigenous Lead Teachers (Elementary), Indigenous Graduation Advocates, and Low Number Support Team.