Wellness Services & Programs

The SCFS Wellness team provides services to children, youth and families who experience multiple mental health issues, developmental delays and disorders, and/or addiction issues, compounded with historical trauma, oppression, poverty, and other forms of adversity in their daily lives.

The SCFS wellness team consists of a Practice Manager, Mental Health Clinicians, a Wellness Counsellor, a Wellness Coordinator, an Early Years Intervention Specialist, an Early Years Family Enrichment Worker, an Early Years Key Worker, one AIDP Consultant, one Dual Consultant (AIDP/ASCD), one ASCD Consultant, and an admin assistant.

Services include individual and group-based one-with-one prevention, intervention, postvention, support services, emotional and developmental support services, recreational drop-ins, specialized groups, parent support groups, parent coaching, and transition planning – to name a few.

All our wellness services are relational and begin with a comprehensive developmental, mental health, trauma, and addictions intake screening, followed by an appropriate referral to a wellness team member. Further screening and assessment is then completed and a comprehensive infant/child/youth/family wellness plan is co-created. The wellness team works collaboratively with families, communities, medical professionals, educational specialists, and other community support services to offer any necessary external referrals and/or services in order to meet the unique needs of the infant, child, youth or family.

For more information contact the Wellness Practice Manager, Dr. Kathie McKinnon at 250-314-9669 or kathie.mckinnon@secwepemcfamilies.org.

Services include individual and group-based one-with-one prevention, intervention, postvention, support services, emotional and developmental support services, recreational drop-ins, specialized groups, parent support groups, parent coaching, and transition planning – to name a few.

All our wellness services are relational and begin with a comprehensive developmental, mental health, trauma, and addictions intake screening, followed by an appropriate referral to a wellness team member. Further screening and assessment is then completed and a comprehensive infant/child/youth/family wellness plan is co-created. The wellness team works collaboratively with families, communities, medical professionals, educational specialists, and other community support services to offer any necessary external referrals and/or services in order to meet the unique needs of the infant, child, youth or family.

For more information contact the Wellness Practice Manager, Dr. Kathie McKinnon at 250-314-9669 or kathie.mckinnon@secwepemcfamilies.org.