Youth ServicesFCSS staff offers a variety of community and school programs to assist youth in their day to day lives. FCSS has strengthened partnerships with the school divisions in our surrounding rural areas to increase the number of strategies and resources available to youth. In addition, there is counselling services available to youth 10 years or older in both individual, group or family formats.
ResourcesStrengthening our Relationships with Teens
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (403) 405-4466.
Wellness & Me Remote/Online
An online educational support group for children ages 9 to 12 that is designed to introduce evidence based wellness principles and practices, including gratitude, compassion & kindness, mindfulness, self compassion, optimism, forgiveness, social connections/relationships, and caring for your bodies.
We all experience feelings of worry and fear during our lives, and children are no exception. This programs aims to help children understand.
Information and Referral
Information regarding services is provided. Presentations, individual consultation and referrals can be made on a variety of topics and services can be arranged.
Rainbows For All Children
A 12 week program that helps children who are grieving the loss of a parent or guardian due to death, divorce, deployment, or trauma.
“Me” On Purpose Remote/Online
This online educational program is designed to help empower youth, ages 12 to 18, to learn more about themselves (values, beliefs, habits), what matters to them and why, where they are now and where they want to be in the future.
Youth Counselling and Support
Counselling services are offer specifically to youth to assist with the unique needs and struggles which often occur during this time of development.
Book Club - The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens
This Book Club is designed to teach teens, ages 12-19 years of age, the 7 habits, core principles and practices that help lead teens towards a more purposeful, healthy, vibrant and successful future.
These presentations may involve a variety of topics such as stress, anxiety, bullying, resiliency, self-esteem, healthy relationships and personal responsibility. The presentations are built around the 40 Developmental Assets model to support the development of personal and life skills.