Delta Division of Family Practice

Community Resources


FETCH (For Everything that's Community Health)

FETCH is a searchable community website that assists the public and health care providers access information about health care services and resources in the South Delta area.  


Look up wait times at walk-in medical clinics in your community

Mental Health 

Mental Health Delta Division provides resources around mental health for adults, children and youth including local programs, websites, toolkits, phone numbers, and websites.

Aboriginal Health Liaison Program

Aboriginal Health Liaisons connect patients to culturally-relevant resources and community services, help clients navigate the complex health care system and work in conjunction with health care staff to care for Indigenous clients.

Anyone who self-identifies as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit and is receiving care in the Fraser Health region can access the Aboriginal Health Liaisons services by calling toll free at 1-866-766-6960.

Healthlink BC 

Healthlink BC provides medically-approved information on more than 5,000 health topics, symptoms, medications and tips for maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

BC NurseLine 

Available 24 hours/day. Allows you to speak with a registered nurse for confidential health information and advice or talk to a pharmacist from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 604 215-4700 or BC toll free 866 215-4700. Deaf and hearing impaired 800 889-4700.

Fraser Health Mental Health and Substance Use

A variety of community and hospital-based mental health services and programs are available on the Fraser Health Website.

Dementia Roadmap for Families

Access the dementia roadmap for families.

Seniors Abuse and Information Line (SAIL)

Operated by the BC Centre for Elder Advocacy and Support, this is a toll-free support line providing older adults, and those who care about them, with someone to talk to if they experience or witness cases of elder abuse. SAIL staff will provide a supportive ear and offer information about elder abuse prevention. Legal staff are also available when needed.

Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program

The PCSC Program is a comprehensive survivorship program developed at the Vancouver Prostate Centre for prostate cancer patients, their partners, and family from the time of initial diagnosis to end-of-life care.

Right Care, Right Place

Choose the right care at the right place and use your ER wisely.

Suicide Intervention Toolkits

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