- Getting Settled in Surrey
- Building a Future in Canada
- Welcome to Surrey
- Settlement Agencies
- Health & Family
- Getting Around
- Faith and Cultural Groups
- Enjoy Surrey
- Important Documents
- Surrey - A Place For All
- Legacy Project
- Our People
- Welcome BC
WelcomeBC: WelcomeBC.ca is a no-nonsense, one-stop website for newcomers, the agencies that serve them, and the communities they select as home. If you haven't arrived here yet, or are looking for ways to join us, this website can help you too. Anyone thinking of living, working, studying or investing in B.C. can find what they need from this reliable government website.
PharmaCare: A program that helps eligible British Columbia residents with the expense of eligible prescription drugs and designated medical supplies.
HealthLink BC: Get the information you need to manage your health concerns or those of your family. You can simply dial 8-1-1 to speak to a health expert by phone or access resources online in your own language.
ActNow BC: A service from the B.C. government designed to encourage British Columbians to make small changes that promote a healthy lifestyle. The B.C. government has also launched the Healthy Living Campaign for new immigrants.
Health authorities: B.C. has 5 regional health authorities: Northern Health, Interior Health, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Vancouver Coastal Health, Fraser Health; and a policy and planning agency: the Provincial Health Services Authority.
Ministry of Health Services: A ministry of the provincial government that promotes preventative health and helps residents take care of their health.
Bridge Community Health Clinic: A Vancouver clinic that provides services tailored to immigrant and refugee communities.
Child Health Passport: A personal record of your child's health information.