HISTORY OF WAGNER HILLS
WAGNER HILLS FARM SOCIETY (WHFS) is a Christian ministry for men and women dealing with addiction in their lives.
The campus for men has been in operation since 1981 and is a 45 acre farm, overlooking the beautiful Glen Valley in NE Langley. In 1983, WHFS became a registered Society with full charitable status.
In 2008, the women’s campus was established in the heart of the Campbell Valley farm district on land that has been leased to the Society for 30 years.
The farms are equipped with professional greenhouses growing perennials, grasses, groundcover and shrubs; productive gardens; bee hives; blueberry fields; and home-grown livestock and they provide an environment of peace and tranquility for residents, staff & visitors. Since inception, the Society has seen over 5000 men and women access this ministry.
In order to maintain the highest degree of safety and respect for our residents, we have well-defined rules and guidelines. Potential clients must understand that violating any of the following guidelines may result in immediate discharge and prevention from future enrollment in the program. We reserve the right to refuse admission to the program if potential clients can not or refuse to adhere to the set rules and guidelines.
- The use/and or possession of cigarettes, pornography and drugs, including alcohol, is strictly prohibited.
- Threats or acts of violence against fellow residents and/or Wagner Hills employees are strictly prohibited.
- Residents must medically be able to participate in the program both physically and mentally. The program requires one to be emotionally able to participate in counselling sessions, group sharing, and worship, and be committed to making healthy life changes.