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Programs

The programs listed below are offered through the Safe Schools department:

Girls Empowerment Program (Girls Group) is a partnership between Surrey Safe Schools, City of Surrey and the Surrey Firefighters Charitable Association.

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Lions Pride is a partnership between the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League and the Safe Schools Department

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A partnership with the Surrey RCMP, the Next 100 Years program is currently in its fifth year. This program operates primarily at the elementary schools with the Grade 6/7's through weekly presentations and activities centering on culture, identity and community.

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PSST is a unique, innovative website designed by Surrey Schools in partnership with the Surrey RCMP. The website is geared towards ensuring the safety and security of Surrey students and their schools.

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Parents and caregivers attend educational sessions that help build healthy relationships with children and youth who may be involved or may become involved in gangs. Individuals can also be referred to in-house clinical counselling as appropriate.

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The summer vacation provides a long break from the regular school routine. For students who thrive on or sometimes need that routine, Safe Schools offers the Summer Recreation programs to keep students active, fit and engaged.

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Since 2015, Surrey has been leading an innovative approach to cross-agency collaboration with the Surrey Mobilization and Resiliency Table (SMART). The program seeks to address community issues before they become police issues or require other emergency services.

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The Substance Use Liaison team provides support and services for youth who are affected by substance use in any aspect of their lives.

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The Surrey Wraparound Program (WRAP) is a partnership between the Surrey School District, RCMP and the City of Surrey.

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Yo Bro / Yo Girl gives students tools to achieve their full potential and attach to positive role models, while avoiding negative behaviours.

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