Family Supports in the Community

Counselling and Mental Health Supports Community Resources in Langley – From:

Langley Child & Youth Mental Health (CYMH)

Please note: Please take your child to the hospital emergency department if there is a crisis.

Langley Community Services Society (LCSS)

  • 604.534.7810
  • 5339 207 Street, Langley
  • Government agency that offers free or low-cost programs in for families
    Family and individual counselling; parent support, settlement and integration and substance use services

Langley Youth & Family Services (LYFS)

  • 604.514.2900
  • 5569 204 Street Langley
  • Early intervention and prevention counselling for children/youth and their families for identified at-risk or behavior problems.
  • Referrals from RCMP, Community and Schools


Encompass Support Services

  • 604.534.2171
  • 20618 Eastleigh Crescent, Langley
  • Programs include one on one and group support
    • Youth emotional coping strategies group
    • Family mediation and reunification
    • Family Groups – parenting skills and support
    • Sexual Assault Support (for youth under 19)


Langley Hospice Society

  • 604.534.1115
  • 20660 48 Avenue Langley
  • Provides emotional and social support for individuals and families who have experience loss through death or support for family and friends of someone with a terminal illness.
  • Grief support through one-on-one or group counselling; summer camps for children/youth




FamilySmart® is a non-profit that works to enhance the experience and quality of services, support and information for children and youth with mental health challenges, and their families or caring adults.

Parent in Residence (PIR) 

We are families, whose kids have struggled with mental health challenges.  We know what it’s like to have a child or youth who is struggling with their mental health and needs help and services to support them.  PiRs offer Peer Support, Education, System Navigation and Information to families who have a child or youth with a mental health challenge. We use our lived experience to help other families.

In the Know – information and support for families

‘in the know’ provides expert speakers on topics important to families and/or to those working to support the mental health of children and youth.

ItK video are available online at: and in person at community sites:


Attendance Challenges

Kelty Mental HealthResource Centre – Attendance Webinars and Resources for Parents/Caregivers:



Social Media

Get To Know Your Social Media Apps

Keeping Tech in Check

Kelty Mental Health Resources:


Sleeping Well

Kelty Mental Health Resources:


Co-Parenting Supports for Families

Co-Parenting Supports


Directory of Community Services


Information about Vaping


HD Stafford Middle School

20441 - Grade Crescent, Langley
BC, V3A 4J8
Phone: 604-534-9285
Fax: 604-534-8986