Alisa's Wish is a program of Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services

Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services (MR/PMCS) is a reputable, strong, multi-service non-profit organization with over 40 years of experience in the social service sector. MR/PMCS is accredited through the Council of Accreditation and offers a wide variety of programs.

These include: Victim Services, Community Law Services, Aboriginal Services, Clinical Counselling, Child and Youth Mental Health, Family Strengthening Services, Outreach Services to Children, Youth and Families, Out of Care Options, Community Living Services for Children, Youth and Families, Youth and Family Confliction Intervention Services and Volunteer Centre with over 60 member organizations.

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Alisa's Wish is a Community Initiative

Our Multi-Disciplinary Team

Steering Committee:

Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows Community Services

Ridge Meadows RCMP

Ministry of Children and Family Development

Police Based Victim Services

Court Based Victim Services

Community Based Victim Services

ACT 2 Child and Family Services

Cythera Transition House Society

School District 42 Safe and Caring Schools

School District 42 Aboriginal Education

For many years, Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows RCMP, Ministry of Children and Family Development and Community Service Organizations helped children, youth, and supporting families who were victims of abuse. They knew there had to be a better way.

These community leaders had a vision – bringing help to the victims and supporting families ‘under one roof’ with Alisa’s Wish Child and Youth Advocacy Centre. This would:

  • Improve the chances of successfully convicting abusers using quality interviews from The Centre
  • Speed up the access and understanding of support services to victims by having the Child and Youth Counsellor explain and help navigate the system with the victims
  • Improve chances of healing in a healthy way by having the Child and Youth Counsellor work with the victims as soon as they walk through The Centre’s doors and staying with them through their healing journey