Prevention activities related to various health and sexuality issues, dental hygiene, vaccinations, social skills, group interactions and management of emotions, are provided.
Psychosocial follow-up and individual and family intervention are offered to students experiencing situations that interfere with their learning.
Support and counselling are offered to families and youth experiencing difficulties, including:
- adaptation of new arrivals
- adaptation to different life cycles
- development phases of a child
- discipline and structure
- lack of resources
- family and conjugal violence
- suicide and drug usage
Services for physical and intellectual disabilities and autism spectrum disorders
Psychosocial services include support, counselling, information and referrals to appropriate resources and available financial support programs:
The program "Soutien à la famille" is available to families living with a disabled person and provides them with monetary support so that they can access respite services (eligibility criteria apply).
The POSILTPH program (intensive long-term services for disabled people) can help provide home support services for families living with a disabled person (eligibility criteria apply).