Richmond Addiction Services Society

Excellence in prevention to engage, encourage and educate
With a focus on prevention, we provide our community with inclusive and innovative programs to support social and emotional resilience.
Optimal well-being for all in our community.
Values & Beliefs:
• Understanding and Compassionate
• Accepting and Respectful
• Accessible and Safe
• Responsive and Timely
• Adaptable and Creative
• Collaborative


Our qualified and experienced staff team provide health promotion, prevention and early intervention services for children, youth, and families.


Volunteers are an important part of RASS, linking us to our community and providing valuable skills and knowledge.  Some examples of volunteer roles are Front Office Greeter; Public Relations Officer, Volunteer Mentor, Ambassador and Artistic Director.

Please complete the application form if you are interested to apply a volunteer position.
Thank you for your interest in our volunteer program.


RASS receives annualized funding from Vancouver Coast Health in Richmond to operate its clinical and a prevention work in Richmond.

In Addition, the Society receives a 3 year community grant from the City of Richmond to support its Community Prevention Program.

RASS also benefits from one time grant opportunities to augment and pilot new programs from the Government of BC, Betty Averbach Foundation, the United Way of the Lower Mainland and the RBC Foundation.  We are appreciative of this support as well as to the many other business, individual and anonymous donors throughout the year.

Your financial support is greatly needed and appreciated. Call 604-270-9220 to make your tax deductible donation or use your credit card to donate via paypal.

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