SUPPORTING INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES IN OUR COMMUNITY
July 19, 2021
Catholic Family Services Prince Albert is committed to the mental health well-being of our community.
CFSPA has resumed in-person counselling sessions. Clients can also participate in counselling via phone or zoom should they choose. The safety of our clients and staff is of the utmost importance; therefore we continue with masking in public areas, cleaning between each session, and using hand sanitizer upon arrival. Both staff and clients are asked to continue with the daily screening assessment questions and to not come into the office if feeling unwell. Clients are asked to arrive no more than 5 minutes early for their appointment.
You can schedule an appointment with a counselor by calling our office at 306-922-3202. Reception is available 9am-12pm & 1pm-5pm, Monday to Friday. We do offer Rapid Access Counselling (formerly known as "Walk-In") and it can be accessed without a formal intake. Please call the office to determine availability, as our building remains locked to the general public.
Clients at YWCA Central, Our House and Homeward Bound facilities have Rapid Access Counselling services on-site. Please speak to staff at those locations for further detail.
Thank you & Stay Safe,
Catholic Family Services Prince Albert
WHO WE ARE
Catholic Family Services is a non-profit charitable organization operating under a volunteer Board of Directors. We have been serving Prince Albert & area for over 30 years.
Catholic Family Services of Prince Albert acknowledges that we are in the traditional territories of First Nations & Métis peoples. In recognition of the treaties, and in the truth & spirit of reconciliation, we reaffirm our commitment, connection and responsibility to each other.
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.”
Individual, couples, children and family counseling provided by trained professionals in a supportive and confidential environment.
LIFE IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
Programming is offered throughout the year to address community needs including anger managements for children, teens & adults, support programs for children experiencing parental separation and programming for children and adults impacted by familial violence.
This is an employment initiative program for those exiting the provincial correctional system with the objective of securing employment through training and community engagement.
Strengthening Families programming is for caregivers and their children 7-12 or teens 12-16. SFP aims to increase family resilience by improving communication, problem solving, emotional management and building positive relationships.