We see the love that grows when people believe in each other. We see the strength people feel when they believe in themselves.
The inuksuk is a symbol of our interdependent responsibilities to create a better way for all of us.
It is our privilege to share in the lives of the families we serve.
Consider the ripple effect that one person's healing journey can have on family members, friends and the community at large.
"I am on a healing journey to wholeness that I could not have travelled alone."
"I entered Catholic Family Services with a cloud of darkness overshadowing my life and discovered a beacon of light."
We offer professional counselling and support services to families in the Battlefords and surrounding area. Our purpose is to assist individuals and families to build on their strengths and find positive ways to understand and act when faced with challenges in their lives. We are a non-profit charitable organization operating under a volunteer Board of Directors. We offer service regardless of religious affiliation or economic situation.
The class covers the following topics:
Dates: Oct 19, 24, 26, 31, Nov 7, 9, & 14, 2016
Time: 1:15 - 2:45pm
Location: Catholic Family Services
1272-101st St., North Battleford, SK
For Information: Contact us & ask for Debbie or Theresa.
Transition Skills Training
Transition's Fall Session is underway!
We are accepting referrals for upcoming modules.
Do you know a youth who is in need of life skills and work experience?
Are you a teenager who wants to earn some money and learn to live on your own?
Transition Skills Training Program:
This national, toll-free, 24/7 Help Line provides culturally compentent telephone-based crisis intervention counselling to First Nations and Inuit young people and adults experiencing distress. Services are available in both English and French and callers may inquire about the availability of service in Cree, Ojibway and Inuktitut.
Catholic Family Services is one of the partner agencies to this protocol.
"Ensuring safe schools requires far more than just violence threat risk assessment procedures.
It requires evidence based, preventative Safe School Climate initiatives, strong student/staff relationships, ongoing training and refining of all policies, procedures and protocols that promote
social responsible behavior."
Kevin Cameron, Executive Director, Canadian Centre for Threat Assessment and Trauma Response