settlement services / 移民安顿服务 / خدمات الإسکان و الاستقرار / servicios de asentamiento

We understand that settling in a new place and making it home for you and your family is a challenging and long process. No matter where you are from or how long it has been since you arrived in Canada, we welcome all newcomers to access support services and community involvement opportunities here at Frog Hollow. Our programs are designed to help you successfully navigate the stages towards citizenship and further on, for your longterm wellbeing and participation in society.

One-on-One Services

For permanent residents and new immigrants


Spanish-speaking Support Program

For Spanish-speaking permanent residents and new immigrants

Clinton Park Fieldhouse-P'ipam Lelum

Youth Settlement Programs

For newcomer youth age 10-30 years old

BC Settlement and Integration Services

For Temporary Foreign Workers (TFW), Naturalized Canadian Citizens  who are seeking employment, Provincial Nominees (awaiting PR), Post-Secondary International Students, Refugee Claimant 


English Conversation Club

For permanent residents and new immigrants, Refugee Claimant and Naturalized Canadian Citizens who are seeking employment. Sign up with Maysa at



YES CHEF! Program

For permanent residents & convention refugees of 16-30 years old

Community Connections

Pathways to Leadership Program. A 16-week empowering program for newcomer women with PR status & newly naturalized immigrant women. Sign up with Eva at


Holiday Celebration Crafts Kits Keep Frog Hollow Families Connected

Traditionally, we would be celebrating special occasions by sharing different arts and crafts in the drop-in program. In the midst of a pandemic, we still would like to spread our love and keep on the connection by providing special edition arts and craft packages to...

Frog Hollow Family Drop-in Program Adapt to Covid-19

Frog Hollow Family Drop-in Program hopes to keep our families connected at the time of social distancing. In response to the Provincial Health Officer (PHO) order and direction, the program is transformed to continue supporting our parents and their little ones. A...

Generating Resources to Support Newcomer Families Affected by Covid-19

←  Back to Food Security ProgramMs. Zhang and her husband are in their late 50s. Ms. Zhang’s challenge to adjust to her new home became exacerbated as the result of the COVID19 pandemic. Arriving in Vancouver in early January 2020, Ms. Zhang and her husband does not...



Liliane Li

Settlement Coordinator or 778.708.2131


Diane Chan

Family and Settlement Coordinator or 604.506.2131


For English

Eva Aboud

Community Connections Coordinator 


Maria Helena Morales (Spanish)

Family/Settlement Worker 


Maysa Zahran (Arabic)

Arabic Programmer 


For Youth Settlement Services

Rafif Habob

Preteen and Youth Settlement Coordinator or 604.251.1225 

Paulina Lennartson

Newcomer Youth Coordinator, Drive Youth Employment Services or 604.251.1225 

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