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Counselling and Support Services

Our social workers and clinical health promoter offer counselling and support services as well as group programs to residents of Lanark County (who are over the age of eighteen).

Counselling Services are offered as a means to help people develop skills to address the challenges they face and to build confidence in their own inner strengths and resources.

Individual and couple counselling to help people find ways to cope with issues such as depression, stress, anxiety, grief and loss, persistent pain, parenting, childhood abuse, low self-esteem, relationships and marital problems. These issues may relate to a recent crisis or an ongoing unresolved problem.

In addition to counselling, services can take the form of practical supports, advocacy and referrals on issues like housing, financial resources and crisis management.

Counselling and support services are available Monday through Friday with some evening clinics at the North Lanark Community Health Centre and in Carleton Place through the Healthy Young Families Program

Community / Group Programs

We offer a range of programs for the community, including: