Stop Exploiting Youth (SEY)

Supporting youth in Surrey, Cloverdale, and Delta to exit a lifestyle or situation where they are being sexually exploited.

  • Counselling
  • Outreach
  • Youth
  • Youth 13 - 18

Available in Surrey

The SEY program supports youth to exit a situation or lifestyle in which they are being, or are at risk of being, sexually exploited.

Program Features

The SEY Program provides:

  • Case management
  • Support services
  • Flexible hours of operation
  • Creative, intensive, and individualized support for youth
  • Connections to supportive community, family, and services
  • Consultation with community agencies regarding the needs of sexually exploited youth

SEY workers arrange to meet with youth in their communities. The length of service is based on each youth’s needs. It can range from one to six months, with the possibility of an extension. Hours are also flexible to accommodate the youth’s needs.

Program Details

WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

SEY provides services to youth of all genders:

  • Ages 13 through 18
  • Who are living or spending time in Surrey, Cloverdale, or Delta
  • Who are disconnected from mainstream services and/or their families
  • For whom sufficient information is available to support a belief that they are being sexually exploited

LOCATIONS

  • Guildford Youth Resource Centre


    #205 – 14727 – 108 Avenue
    Surrey, BC V3R 1V9

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

In 2013, the majority of the youth involved responded that they had a greater connectedness to services, community, school and/or family at the time of discharge.

THIS PROGRAM IS FUNDED BY

  • Ministry of Children and Family Development | MCFD

Contact Information

Guildford Youth Resource Centre
#205 – 14727 108th Ave, Surrey
Phone: 604-587-8100
Email: gyrcreception@pcrs.ca

How To Apply

A helping service professional, friend or parent can make a referral to the Pacific Community Resources’ SEY Program by completing and submitting a referral form. Youth may also self-refer.

Referral forms and brochures are available by contacting one of the Surrey Youth Resource Centres.

Surrey Youth Services Intake Form

Fill out the attached form and one of our workers will be in contact with you soon.

Intake Form

  • Section 1: Participant Information

  • Emergency Contact

  • Section 2: Programs

  • Section 3: Referral Information

  • Section 4: Service and Goal Request

    Please note: Youth in Bolivar and Fraser will have a PCRS Housing and Outreach Life Skills Support Worker assigned to them
  • Goals Requested

  • Section 5: Important Medical History

  • Section 6: Program Specified Information Required

    Please fill out information for the programs that relate to the participant needs.
  • YOUTH JUSTICE CLIENT INFORMATION

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  • Risks:
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  • SURREY YOUTH RESOURCES CENTRE

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