Foundry Ridge Meadows
Foundry Ridge Meadows is dedicated to supporting youth / young people and caregivers facing substance use and/or mental health challenges.
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Foundry Ridge Meadows helps young people 12-24 and their caregiver’s access mental health and substance use support, physical/sexual health, peer support, and social services. Foundry makes it easy for young people and their families to find the care, connection and support they are seeking. If you are a youth living with substance use or mental health challenges this is a safe and informative place to seek help with tough topics.
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No Judgments here. Foundry can help.
Choose the path that works for you
Foundry offers young people ages 12-24 health and wellness resources, services and supports – online and through integrated service centres in communities across BC.
Confused about the support available? Try the Foundry Pathfinder to click through an anonymous survey that will put you on the right path.
- One-on-one counselling: Foundry has professional counsellors to support youth and families.
- Primary Care and Psychiatry: Doctors and psychiatrists support youth and families.
- Peer support: Peer support is often a great first step to receiving services. Youth and families can connect with a peer whose lived experiences offer guidance and support. Peer supporters can walk alongside youth or parents and help them navigate through what can be a complex system.
- Virtual Support Groups & Socials: Facing big challenges is a part of all our journeys, but mental health is also about being active, being social and learning how to be comfortable with yourself and engage with the environment around you. Join a video chat to play Dungeons and Dragons, watch a movie, discuss books, or chat with other caregivers.
- Supplies: Foundry Ridge Meadows works hard to limit and decrease barriers that may be impacting youth, be it food security, toiletries, sanitary products, or access to cell phones that connect peers in isolation.
"They understand and don't judge me. Their socials are super fun they help me feel connected to people my own age who are experiencing the same stuff."
Youth and young adults in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows 12-24 years of age with a valid MSP card.
Hours of Service
**Summer Tuesday 10-3/Wednesday 11-4/ Thursday 1-6**
Walk In Hours
Tuesday – Thursday 1 pm – 6 pm.
No referral necessary for Walk In
Psychiatrist is only available through a referral from your family doctor. And not guaranteed due to limited availability
Foundry Ridge Meadows
22718 Lougheed Highway, Maple Ridge, BC V2X 2V6
Alicia Erenli, Program Supervisor/Operations Lead
604-380-3133 ext.2122 | C 236-986-5551