Resources for Refugees
Ukrainian Refugee Resources
This portal provides information to Ukrainians who are moving to BC, as well as for British Columbians who want to volunteer or donate to show their support. The website is available in English, Ukrainian and Russian.
Canadian-Ukrainian Authorization for Emergency Travel
The Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) will help Ukrainians come to Canada as quickly as possible as temporary residents and to provide them with the ability to work and study while in Canada.
United Way British Columbia and its newly integrated service, 211, is providing support for displaced Ukrainians as they navigate this challenging transition.
The Ukrainian Canadian Congress is a national body representing the Ukrainian Canadian community. Its website includes links to resources for displaced persons from Ukraine as well as information on how Canadians can help or donate.
Health & Mental Health
The HealthLink BC Directory provides listings for health services provided by the provincial government, provincial health authorities, and non-profit agencies across the province.
Interim Federal Health Program
The IFHP provides limited, temporary coverage of health-care benefits to protected persons, including resettled refugees; refugee claimants; and certain other groups, who aren’t eligible for provincial or territorial health insurance.
Food & Justice
The Sources Langley Food Bank provides community members in need of a minimum of two days worth of food per person per week. Formula and diapers are provided for babies.