Welcome to Sooke Family Resource Society!


Since 1984, we’ve worked alongside the communities of Southern Vancouver Island to enhance the strength, connection and resiliency of individuals, children, families and youth.


Thank You Tim Hortons Sooke!  Click here for the results of the Smile Cookie Campaign



At SFRS we are taking steps to ensure we are doing our part to slow the transmission of Covid 19 among the families and individuals we serve.
We are committed to following health and safety guidelines as set out by the Provincial Health Office (PHO) and WorkSafe BC.
To view our SFRS Covid-19 Protocols, please click HERE

Please see below for updated program and service information:

Our Caring for Community Affordable Counselling Program is accepting clients and now scheduling in-person appointments in Sooke and West Shore. Video conference appointments are still available.
For more information, please scroll down and click on Counselling for program details.
For intake, please call 250-508-4890

Modified Services (until further notice)
Early Years Drop-in groups in all programs

    The Activity Club for adults with disabilities has resumed with some modifications.
Please contact your support  worker for more information

SFRS Community Thrift Shop – please click HERE for hours and drop off information

Child Care Resource and Referral

Our main office reception in Sooke is open to answer your questions, 250-642-5152 or info@sfrs.ca

How Can We Help?

Explore our programs and services below.

Early Years Services

Sooke Family Resource Society has a variety of Early Years programs for families with young children, from birth to age 6.

Check out our YouTube channel!

Child Care Resource and Referral (CCRR)

Our program provides child care support services and training for parents and child care providers in Colwood, Langford, Metchosin and Sooke to Port Renfrew.

Youth Services

Our program helps youth navigate life’s challenges, whatever they may be.

Family Services

We offer a range of services and resources to support families.

Adults with Disabilities

Our programs provide support for adults with developmental disabilities. Programs include healthy life skills, community inclusion and housing.


Our registered clinical counsellors work with individuals, couples, children, youth and families. Doctor referred counselling is also available.

Thrift Shop

The Thrift Shop offers a variety of gently used wares such as clothing, household items. Items at the Thrift Shop are donated by the community to get reinvested in the community.

How You Can Help

Your donation will help us to continue to provide essential services to the community.

Community Resources

See our list of community resources that may be helpful to you.

Voices From The Community