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The Bridge Youth & Family Services has made the difficult decision to suspend all of its group activities for the time being. This includes our parenting and family programs, Naloxone training, and Etcetera – amongst others. Should any participants of our social support programs need our assistance during this time, please call us and we’d be most pleased to touch base with you by phone, text, email or – if possible – in-person. Call our main number at 250.763.0456 and ask to speak to anyone you’re familiar with. We are still here for you. All other programs of The Bridge are open for business and we look forward to serving you through our Family and/or our Recovery and Addictions services.

The Bridge provides counselling support for families with children under age 19. Promotes healthy children and families through the enhancement of communication, parenting education and relationship building skills.

What Is the Service

  • The Bridge Family Services staff includes:
    • 3 Full-Time Counsellors
    • 2 Part-Time Counsellors
    • 1 Family Intervention Specialist
  • Our staff meet with participants at their request:
    • In Office
    • In Home
    • In the Community
  • Family Counselling is a supportive, educational and goal-oriented service.
  • Families gain skills and strategies to:
    • Cope with life transitions
    • Understand family dynamics
    • Anticipate and manage the stresses of daily living
    • Improve role competency
    • Improve family and social functioning which includes enhancing parenting skills

Parenting Your Anxious Youth Program

  • 5 Weekly Group Sessions
    • The next group runs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 24
  • Meet With Parents & Caregivers on the same journey
  • For Parents & Caregivers of Youth Aged 12-16
  • Topics Include:
    • What anxiety is & how it works
    • How to better understand your youth’s experience
    • Skills to help your youth cope
    • Skills to communicate with your anxious youth
    • Skills to manage situations in which your youth’s anxiety impacts daily life
  • Contact The Bridge to Register:

How to Access the Service

Referrals to Family Counselling must be made through:

  • Ministry of Children & Family Development
    • Child & Youth Mental Health

Funding Partners

Ministry of Children & Family Development

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