Monday, June 24, 2024

Free Counselling Expands to Children and Youth in Weyburn, Estevan, Carlyle and Oxbow

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Young people can access support for mental health challenges ranging from stress and depression to family conflict addictions and domestic violence

Family Services Saskatchewan will receive $1.7 million in new annual funding from the government of Saskatchewan to expand its free and quick access counseling services to children, youth, and caregivers throughout the province. Weyburn, Estevan, Carlyle and Oxbow are the most up to date networks to send off these administrations.

Support for mental health issues like stress, depression, family conflict, addiction, and domestic violence can be found for young people.

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On behalf of Mental Health and Addictions Minister Everett Hindley, Education Minister and Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan stated, “Today’s expansion of rapid counselling services to children and youth is an important part of our commitment to address mental health issues in Saskatchewan.” In order to improve the well-being of our communities throughout the province, it is essential to be able to quickly connect young people with the health services they require.

Envision Counselling Support Centre will offer the Rapid Access Counseling Program in each of the four communities. Kids and youth will be associated with any extra or progressing support they might require.

“We are so satisfied about the development of our Fast Access Directing project,” Imagine Guiding and Backing Center Inc. Chief Lynda Rideout said. ” The capacity to now offer this help to kids, youth and their parental figures in our networks is a genuine gift and will fundamentally affect the prosperity of Saskatchewan overall. We are incredibly thankful for the help from Family Administrations Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Service of Wellbeing.”

In all out this year, the area is giving Family Administrations Saskatchewan $3.2 million in yearly financing: $1.7 million in new financing for extending fast access advising administrations to kids and youth, and $1.5 million to offer continuous types of assistance to grown-ups and families in excess of 20 networks.

Kindly check to track down administrations close to you or book a virtual meeting through the site.

Early in June, rapid access counseling services for children and adolescents were launched in Saskatoon and Regina. In the coming weeks, additional communities’ expanded child and youth services will be announced.

In 2023 and 2024, mental health and addictions services will receive a record-breaking $518 million investment from the Ministry of Health.

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