Young Parent Community Outreach

Resources and supports for young parents in Abbotsford.

New Beginnings’ Young Parent Community Outreach

New Beginnings’ Young Parent Community Outreach connects young parents with services, resources and supports in Abbotsford. Assistance is available for parents who are attending or have recently graduated from secondary school, current and former New Beginnings participants and those not currently ready to attend school.

Services Include:

  • Help accessing resources for income assistance and housing.
  • Support in matters of family court, child support, family maintenance and family justice.
  • Support in working with MCFD/FVACFSS. 
  • Assistance accessing mental health and addictions services.
  • Support while maintaining healthy relationships with partners.
  • Offering resources and guidance in cases of violence and abuse. 
  • Referrals to other Archway programs, including the Food Bank.
  • Help accessing parenting classes through New Beginnings (dependent on COVID-19 safety guidelines.)
  • Guidance when pursuing post-secondary education.
  • Providing mental health and emotional support.
  • Support in developing positive parenting skills.
  • Help with finding and securing quality childcare. 

Priority may be given to parents aged 24 and younger.

To Access New Beginnings Supports:

  • Please give us a call if you are interested in attending New Beginnings or seeking Young Parent Community Outreach.
  • Registration for New Beginnings and intake for Young Parents run continuously throughout the year.

Did You Know?

The New Beginnings program began in 1990.

Contact Info

Email newbeginnings@archway.ca
Phone 604.850.7303 ext. 4259
Cell 604-613-4714

Office Hours

8:30am – 3:30pm
Monday – Friday


Archway Community Services
102-31943 South Fraser Way
Abbotsford, BC V2T 1V5

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