We make it possible for Lanark children and youth with mental health needs to live, learn and thrive.
All of our offices can accommodate accessibility concerns.
If you are visually impaired, please contact any of our offices by phone
For the hearing impaired, we are accessible by email at email@example.com
When families, children or youth need help to address mental health worries or concerns, an Open Doors Counsellor can help.
When youth are struggling, and those who care for them are worried that the youth are at risk, the youth program provides an alternative to the traditional path into counselling services.
A specialized counselling service available for families with infants and children through to their seventh birthday.
The Quick Response Service is offered to families and youth in crisis. A Quick Response counselor is available for support and guidance by phone or in person, if required.
We will be offering single counselling sessions focusing on your strengths and abilities and helping you develop new strategies to get “un-stuck” from that difficult place.
Children and youth have a right to grow up free of violence in a safe, healthy and nurturing community. The Lanark Child and Youth Advocacy Centre delivers a service that promotes strength, healing, and resiliency in children, youth, and their families who have been affected by serious crime, violence, or abuse, and is sensitive to their unique needs by providing comprehensive seamless service and support.