Counselling for Children
Individual counselling is available for children and youth, aged 5-18 years, who have witnessed violence. The Children Exposed to Violence (CEV) Program, which is based out of the Estevan office, provides confidential, child-centred counselling for those children affected by seeing, hearing or being aware of violence and abuse. The program also provides support to caregivers of children who have witnessed violence.
Counselling for Teens
Individual counselling is available for adolescents over the age of 14 who are experiencing issues related to relationships and family, abuse and violence, and sexual exploitation and sexual assault. Teen Counselling is offered in all four of Envision’s offices.
These programs are funded by the Ministry of Justice and are offered free of charge to the public.
Referrals can be made by parents, caregivers or professionals.
Children and teens, 15 years old and younger, will need parental consent to participate in the offered services.
Teens aged 16-18 do not need parental consent and can refer themselves.
All referrals can be made by calling or emailing the Envision Counselling and Support Centre Inc.