The following services are not available for client booking.
Eligibility for these servicesis determined at Initial Intake.
This does not guarantee entry into these programs .
This is the first step for new clients and takes 45 minutes. It consists of information gathering, clarification of goals, and provides a plan for services to best meet the client’s needs.
Haven Family Roots
This is a referral-based program through the Ministry of Children and Family Development. The goals of this program are to improve relationships, communication, connection, and understanding within oneself or a family unit. Services consist of developing action plans, providing one-to-one family support and skill-building.
We offer a safe place to talk, process life changes, and learn new skills. Our counsellors provide support when dealing with mental health related concerns such as anxiety, stress, loneliness and chronic illness.
Our focus of support is on the mental health and well being of those with a diagnosis of autism. Intervention is provided via counselling, one-to-one behavioural support, parent support, and community liaison support.This program can be accessed through the Autism Funding Unit.
Haven provides counselling and behavioural support to children and youth engaging in homeschool programs. We become part of the student’s educational team providing input to individualized education plans and progress reports. This program is accessed privately or through the homeschool provider.
Key Worker Program
This program, funded by the Ministry of Child and Family Development, helps to support families through the process of Northern Health assessments for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) or Complex Developmental Behaviour Concerns (CDBC). Caregiver support, community liaison support and education are provided to help stabilize the family unit throughout the assessment process and implement recommendations after an assessment is complete.
First Nations Health Authority
Haven Family Services is an approved provider through First Nations Health Authority. FNHAfunded clients can expect a culturally competent counsellor to support individuals or couples in their journey to improved mental health and well-being.
Métis Nation of British Columbia
Haven Family Services is an approved provider throughMétis Nation. The Métis Counselling Connection Program (MCCP) provides assistance to Métis citizens infinancial need, with the means to support them on their journey towards mental wellness.
If you are interested in seeing a counsellor through Haven Family Services apply on the Métis Nation British Columbia port.
Youth Stabilization Program
Haven Family Services operates a crisis stabilization program for adolescent patients at the Dawson Creek and District Hospital.
Our clinicians provide case management, clinical services andpsychoeducation to children and youth who are experiencing disorder of mood, substance misuse,suicidal behaviour, or anxiety states. Our approach involves developing a care plan that includes collaboration with families and care teams, community engagement, and counselling support through a culturally sensitive, trauma-informed lense.
We recognize that we work and reside on Treaty 8 territory—the ancestral and traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, Saulteau, and Métis. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations.
We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude.