Strive Living Society’s Community Leisure Program keeps adults with acquired brain injury active and engaged in their communities.
The Community Leisure Program (CLP) is a community-based recreational and social program providing individualized and group activities. The CLP is based in New Westminster and North Surrey.
The Community Leisure Program operates Monday to Friday, 11am – 3pm
Spring Newsletter 2016
Spring Calendar 2016
Programs and activities include but are not limited to:
- Arts and crafts
- Cooking class
- Outdoor and Indoor Walks
- Tai Chi
- Community Outings
- Stretch and Strength
- Creative expressions
- Educational Sessions
- Music Jam / Vinyl Café / Name That Tune
- Toonie lunches
- Computer Basics Tutorials
A referral from the Fraser Health Authority Acquired Brain Injury Program is required to join the Community Leisure Program.
For more information about the Community Leisure Program please contact the Program Manager.
The New Westminster CLP is based out of the New Westminster Headway Centre. 319 Columbia Street, New Westminster. (M,W,Th,F)
The Surrey CLP is based out of City Centre Library, 10350 University Drive, Surrey. (Tuesdays)