Catholic Family Services wishes to acknowledge W. Brett Wilson & Family for their generous contribution towards the creation of this page.

TEENS!

Quizzes Fun Stuff Tips & Tricks Links

 

Turn your setbacks

into comebacks!
 

QUIZZES

Should I see a counsellor?

Am I tech safe?

What's my anger style?

What are sexual boundaries?

Think you know about alcohol?  

Are you assertive?

Fact vs Fiction: Separation & Divorce.

Teen Quiz 2016

Teens Quiz 10 edited

 

FUN STUFF

Create an online user name

Anger word search

Need help talking to an adult? Print and fill out this form letter

Can't think of a word for that feeling you're having? Try our list.

Learn about "I feel" messages.

Print and practice your "I feel" messages!

Make your own "Feel Good" Box.

Print your own Feeling Safe, Feeling Well Plan.

 

Catholic Family Services wishes to acknowledge W. Brett Wilson & Family for their generous contribution towards the creation of this page.

TIPS & TRICKS

What is Counselling?

Counselling is talking to a specially trained adult about things that are going on in your life. The counsellor is bound by confidentiality, which means that they can’t tell anyone what you talk about, unless you say you’re going to hurt yourself, someone else, or someone has hurt you. Because of this, you are free to talk to them about anything you’d like.

How to get counselling

If you would like to receive counselling and you’re under 18, tell a trusted adult that you have a problem you’d like to talk to someone about.
If your trusted adult says you can just talk to them, it’s okay to let them know that you’d feel more comfortable talking with a counsellor.
When you and your trusted adult are ready to get help call us at (306)445-6960.

How to talk to someone you trust about issues in your life

If you need help talking to an adult you trust, a good way to do it is to write it down first. Try using this form letter to start the conversation.

 

LINKS

Catholic Family Services Links:

Counselling
School Based Services
Children Exposed to Violence
Transition Skills Training Program
Groups and Special Events

External Links:

Kids Help Phone
Go Ask Alice
Kids Health
Youthood.org
nsteens.org
Battlefords Children's Charter
Victims Compensation Program

 


 

Banana Splits Support Group

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MEND

 

What is MEND?

  • MEND is a FREE healthy lifestyle program that combines physical activity, healthy eating and behavior change to facilitate safe, effective weight management and lasting lifestyle change.
  • MEND empowers children and families to become fitter and healthier!
  • The MEND program is fun and interactive and supports children and their families to adopt a healthier lifestyle!

For upcoming MEND program dates, contact MEND: http://mendsk.ca/