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Children, Family and Community Service
Children with Disabilities - Youth Residential Program
This program provides group care treatment in a community home for youth between the ages of 9 and 14 who need specialized out of home care.
Counselling - Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP)
This confidential service allows employers to purchase a range of therapeutic counselling service and psycho-educational services for their employees and specified family members, through a contract with CSS. This service facilitates the identification and resolution of a wide range of personal problems that may be adversely affecting an organization’s employee productivity, including marital, family, work-related, substance abuse, and critical incident stress.
Counselling - Individual and Family Therapy Program
This program provides therapeutic counselling to individuals, couples, and families by Clincal Social Workers or Registered Psychologists. Services are offered on a sliding fee scale and are confidential.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Program
This program provides direct support, community outreach, advocacy, and information sharing to assist children and families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). This program also provides training and workshops to other professionals, agencies, and organizations about FASD.
Group Care Program - Mom and Tots
The Mom and Tots program provides supportive mentoring and teaching of parenting/life skills in a culturally appropriate group care framework.
Group Care Program - Siblings
This program provides a home for a group of siblings with structure and safety to ensure the children develop to their fullest potential. The program also provides necessary counselling and therapy to meet the children’s needs.
Approved Home Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
This program provides long term and respite care to adults with developmental disabilities. Approved and trained families provide this care in their own home.
This is a support group for adults with developmental disabilities. It is designed to enrich lives and enhance personal relationships of the people who wish to participate through social, recreational, and personal development activities.
Foster Home Program
This program provides respite and extended care to children who have developmental disabilities and child welfare status in the homes of approved and trained foster families.
Host Family Support Program (through Family Supports for Children with Disabilities)
This program provides both respite and extended care to children with developmental disabilities. Approved and trained families provide this care in their own homes.
In-Home Family Support Program (through Family Supports for Children with Disabilities)
This program provides in-home family support services in the areas of family living, parenting, and appropriate care.
Personal Enrichment Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities and Seniors
This program provides an enrichment opportunity for adults who have limited involvement with family members. This includes social, educational, recreational, and personal activities based on individual needs and choices.
Residential Day Program for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Individuals are provided direct support and structured day programming to meet development and community inclusion goals. The program provides alternate options for clients to explore and experience meaningful activities by accessing community resources outside a sheltered workshop with one on one support.
Residential Program for Persons with Developmental Disabilities
This program provides residential support services for adults with developmental and/or multiple disabilities. These residential programs provide community living supports, behaviour intervention, community integration, and basic life skill training to individuals sharing accommodation in a group living arrangement.
Stargazers is a self-advocacy group for adults with developmental disabilities. This group is committed to the promotion of independence, community integration, and inclusion though empowerment, skill building, self awareness, and personal development.
Supported Independent Living for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
This program provides direct support to individuals living independently or semi-independently in the community.