Counselling

Have a great Summer Break! 

 

If you are a youth in crisis and looking for support over the break, the following providers will still be in operation over summer


- The Chilliwack Youth Health Centre (CYHC) provides virtual and face-to-face medical & counselling services in Chilliwack 

No referral needed. It’s FREE, CONFIDENTIAL and Open to EVERYONE ages 12–26. https://chilliwackyhc.com/ or phone/text 604-701-2059

 

- START Team (The Short Term, Assessment, Response, Treatment (START) Team provides confidential mental health crisis intervention services for 

children and teens ages 6 – 18.  Youth, families, and professionals can directly access services by contacting the START Team 1-844-782-7811

 

- Emergency - 911


School Counsellors provide students with direct and indirect support in 3 domains: personal, education and career. Student’s personal concerns discussed between Counsellor and student are confidential. Education and Career planning includes selecting courses, program planning, graduation requirements, and exploring post-secondary entrance requirements. Counsellors will provide appropriate referrals to other in-school, in- district support services and/or outside (non-school) agencies. Students are assigned to Counsellors alphabetically by last name. Please email your Counsellor to make an appointment:

                   A-G             Mr. Tom Price            thomas_price@sd33.bc.ca

                   H-N            Mrs. Beth Clarke       beth_clarke@sd33.bc.ca

                   O-Z              Ms. Hancock            kim_hancock@sd33.bc.ca

Contact your school Counsellor for information on District Services that may or may not be site based, and maybe required to support students to be successful at GW Graham. The Counsellor has information about and/or may make referrals to the following services:

Chilliwack Youth Health Center: a drop-in service for your 12-26 years of age at the Sto:lo and NLC 

 

Youth Care Worker: the YCW is site-based and provides support for students with social, emotional, and/or behavioral challenges. The YCW offers various support groups throughout the year, which may target these challenges and help students stay connected to their school or facilitate  connections  to  local  community  services.  The  YCW  works  in  partnership  with teachers, counselors, parents, support staff, and community agencies. See the Activities tab for a list of groups and clubs.   kathryn_fehr@sd33.bc.ca or amber_mothus@sd33.bc.ca

 

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