SUPPORT SERVICES

SUPPORT SERVICES

The Estevan Early Years Family Resource Centre  staff can offer support services and assistance to children, youth, adults, seniors; no individual or situation is turned away.If you require support or help in an area of your life, appropriate referrals and resources will be found to accommodate your situation. The services provided are, but not limited, to include the interventions and support listed below. 

COMMON QUESTIONS

REFERRAL SERVICES

SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES

  • Blended family conflict

  • Parent / Youth conflict

  • Sibling conflict

  • Grief

  • Divorce/separation

  • Anxiety/depression

  • Addictions

  • Criminal Activity/Probation

  • Anger Management

  • Couples & Marital Supports

  • Homelessness

  • Education/Work Related Issues

  • Unemployment

  • Seminars & Group Work

  • One on One counselling support

  • Print Materials

ASSISTANCE WITH NAVIGATING SYSTEMS

Not sure about the supports you need? Are you uncertain what questions to ask? Are you nervous dealing with other agencies? Don't worry, our staff can help you every step of the way, and even accompany you to other appointments if that's what you need. 

CRISIS INTERVENTION

Our staff can respond quickly to client needs. When someone is referred, or contacts the Centre for services, initial contact is made within 24 - 48 hours. 

1

HOW DO I GET IN TOUCH TO GET SUPPORT? 

It's actually quite simple. You can call directly at (306)634-7233 or by email at estevanfamilycentre@sasktel.net

2

I AM A PROFESSIONAL, HOW CAN I REFER CLIENTS FOR FURTHER SUPPORT? 

Simply by calling (306) 634 7233 or by email estevanfamilycentre@sasktel.net

3

I LIVE IN A RURAL COMMUNITY, AND TRAVEL IS DIFFICULT. CAN I STILL GET HELP? 

Absolutely. We are very accommodating, and have developed several viable alternatives to in-office meetings with clients. If you want more information, get in touch with us. 

SUPPORT GROUPS

INFORMATION, EDUCATION & REFERRALS

4

HOW MUCH DO YOUR SERVICES COST? 

Our service support worker can help find various support group programming on an as-needed basis. This can include parenting, prenatal and postpartum groups, anxiety management, self-care, and a host of other learning opportunities. 

The family centre strives to connect individuals and families with appropriate longer-term supports when needed. 

NOTHING. Like all core programming offered at the Family Centre, support services are free and accessible to everyone. 

5

IS INFORMATION GIVEN PRIVATE?

COMMUNITY TRAUMATIC RESPONSE

Our staff are always available to assist other agencies and the community as a whole to respond to traumatic incidents. 

PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

The staff are available to make presentations to groups, organizations and workplaces on a variety of issues. 

ABSOLUTELY. We adhere to a very strict code of confidentiality. Only under very specific circumstances will information be shared, and you will be fully informed beforehand.