Abbotsford Child & Youth CommitteeA group of community partners dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth, and families
Abbotsford Child & Youth Committee
The Abbotsford Child and Youth Committee (ACYC) is a group of community partners, including service providers and family members, that are dedicated to improving the lives of children, youth, and families in Abbotsford.
Interdependence and collaboration are our greatest strengths. By working together we are able to better meet the needs of our community. We hope to spur one another to initiate positive change and accomplish that change through team work and mutual support.
The Abbotsford Child & Youth Committee website provides an online resource of programs, services, and supports including mental health and substance use resources for children, youth, and families in Abbotsford. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive listing of programs available in the community from recreation and social programs to supports for challenging issues including meeting basic needs and mental health.
Did You Know?
Archway has been providing services for families since 1969.
The committee meets every
two months (Sept – June) from
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Archway Community Services
2420 Montrose Avenue
Abbotsford, BC V2S 3S9
Stories & News from Children and Youth Services
Content Warning: This post and videos contains details of sexual assault that may be disturbing to viewers. April is Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse Awareness Month which recognizes that boyhood sexual abuse is often overlooked, neglected, and poorly understood. A lack...
It has been just over a year since COVID-19 began seriously impacting day-to-day life in Canada. Since the beginning of the pandemic, Archway has been adapting services to keep clients and staff safe and comply with changing safety recommendations. As we mark the...
The Abbotsford Community Action Team (ACAT) is raising awareness in Abbotsford middle and high schools about sexual exploitation through posters, stickers and online information. The posters feature four of the possible warning signs of sexual exploitation which...