The Little House Society is an abstinence-based organization whose staff are here to help as you begin your journey towards recovery from drug or alcohol addiction.


Our Mission

To advocate, educate and collaborate with community stakeholders for the prevention and treatment of substance abuse and addiction, answer the call for help or intervention, provide pre-treatment assessment and referral services and post-treatment recovery support


The Little House Society seeks to achieve two main goals: to provide education regarding the effects of substance abuse on users and their families; and to provide a space where counselling can be provided to help those who are currently struggling find support, hope, and motivation to work towards recovery. 

Various education strategies are employed by the Little House Society. These strategies are comprehensive and aim to create a shift in how our community looks at and implements programming related to prevention, intervention, treatment, and abstinence. These efforts are far reaching and aim to include not just the most vulnerable in our community: for addiction does not choose its victims. As such, our efforts seek to address issues in the four aforementioned areas for individuals, families, youth, seniors, small businesses, large employers, and the community at large. 

Some of these initiatives are by nature too large to be conducted out of the Little House Facility and rely on community engagement and partnership with larger organizations and branches of government. However, our facility does offer a state of the art space where individuals and groups can come together to work on their recovery goals with our counsellors and facilitators.


The Little House Society seeks to contribute to the establishment of a community free from alcohol and drug related problems. Several elements are integral to our vision:

Education: All the citizens of Delta should be educated with knowledge and skills to make healthy lifestyle decisions.

Youth: When a youth in Delta needs support or services, they should be able to access that support within 24 hours.

Community Partnerships: Community stakeholders should work together to identify and engage partners in activities in pursuance of the goal of a community free from alcohol and drug related problems.

Healthy Families: Families should understand and practice the principles of prevention and recovery.



Accountability: We are responsible for all our actions.

Courage: We are committed to acting with integrity.

Collaboration: We work with and through others.

Honesty: We are open and transparent in all our affairs.

Dignity: We believe everyone has the right to a life free from the effects of substance abuse.

Respect: We embrace diversity and differences in all we say or do; we believe everyone has the right to be heard and to confidentiality.