Vine Youth Clinic provides free and confidential health care for youth ages 12 to 21.
Appointments are available on Wednesdays between 2:00-5:00pm. See below for our services.
Doctors, Nurse, and Youth Workers available to provide consultations to address your health and wellness concerns, such as:
General Health – including acne, colds, coughs, muscular and joint pains.
Sexual Health – including consultation and provision of appropriate birth control, STI testing, pap tests, pregnancy testing and counselling. Free birth control is available for youth until their 19th birthday.
Mental Health and Substance Use – Family physicians can provide consultation and/or referrals for issues including depression, stress disorders, anxiety, eating disorders and substance use. Harm reduction supplies are available at the clinic.
Youth Workers from Alexandra Neighbourhood House are available during the clinic to support youth and their caregivers with concerns such as connecting with counselling, health services, financial assistance, information and support services, assistance with relationships (peer or family), family communication, housing, employment, education, financial resources, and more.
Important information if you are here to obtain mental health services for yourself (or your child/teen):
Our clinic has family physicians who can provide assistance with mental health concerns, including:
- Eating Disorders
- Substance use
To book an an appointment with one of our family doctors, please go to our Make an Appointment page.
We will provide referrals to other specialists, including counselling services, psychiatry, or Child and Youth Mental Health, if appropriate.
Vine Youth Clinic does not have clinical counsellors or a psychiatrist on our staff team.
Are you looking for a mental health assessment by Child and Youth Mental Health?
If you live in the South Surrey/White Rock catchment area, then our partners at Child and Youth Mental Health (CYMH), a division of Ministry of Child and Development, may be able to help you. They provide mental health assessments for children and youth up to the age of 18 years old. No doctor’s referral is needed to obtain their services. They are located in the same building as us at 15455 Vine Avenue, White Rock. For more information about CYMH services, including their clinical counselling services, please contact them directly at 604-542-3900 and select “1” for the White Rock/South Surrey local office.
Are you looking for a family doctor or a walk-in clinic?
Go to medimap.ca for to locate walk-in clinics near you, clinic wait times, and to find a family doctor near you who is taking new patients.
For the latest Covid-19 testing information, visit HealthLink BC’s resource.
Options for Sexual Health Clinics provide birth control, STI testing, pregnancy testing, education and information. . Call 604-731-4252 to find a the clinic nearest to you.
Sex Sense Line – call or email to talk to a professional about a sexual health question at 1-800-739-7367. They provide reliable confidential free information on-line too.
Surrey Youth Clinic can provide free contraception youth up to age 19. Due to the COVID-19 response, clinic hours may change. Please call the clinic in advance. Do not go to the clinic without calling first. Location: 9634 King George Boulevard, Surrey. 604-585-5999.
Alexandra Neighbourhood House – Youth and Family Workers provide one-to-one support for youth. Additionally, one-to-to-one support is available for parents, along with parenting education groups in South Surrey/White Rock. The program is free and confidential. Call 604-538-5060 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A worker is available during Vine Youth Clinic hours and by appointment outside of clinic hours.
Foundry offers virtual, drop-in counselling, peer support, and group offerings.
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Kids Help Phone can be contacted 24/7 for confidential counselling and support. Call 1-800-668-6868 or text 686868.
Fraser Health Crisis Line provides immediate, free, and confidential emotional support, crisis intervention and community resource information to people of all ages, 24 hours a day – everyday. Tel: 604-951-8855 or 1-877-820-7444.