Community Youth Worker Counselling Program

The Community Youth Worker Program is designed to aid youth and their families that may be experiencing:
  • Family problems
  • Problems with relationships
  • Inappropriate verbal and non verbal behaviours
  • Attentional problems including hyperactivity and impulsivity
  • School absenteeism
  • Conduct disorders
  • Disorganization
  • Chronic health problems and slow recuperation from illness
  • Problems keeping up and succeeding in school
The Community Youth Worker Program Offers:
  • Individual or group counselling for the child or youth
  • Support for the parent or caregivers
Counselling goals:
  • Offer children a safe place to talk about their feelings
  • Learn about personal safety
  • Increase self esteem and empower children with knowledge and skills
  • Practice healthy ways to express anger, hurt, sadness etc.
  • Help develop problem-solving and coping skills
  • Learn to develop and acquire healthy life skills and lifestyle choices
  • Increase the ability of youth to experience success at home, school, and in the community
  • Other goals may be included based on each child or youth’s individual need
The Community Youth Worker Program is funded by the Ministry of Children and Families
To make a referral or for more information please call:
The Community Youth Worker
(250) 726-2343
or email: