Mental Health Help

The pandemic has left many vulnerable persons isolated from the community and unable to receive necessary aides that help them cope with their mental health needs.  We at Frontline Community Center want to expand our mental health services and programs in response to this crisis. Our vision is to create a circle of care for our members. With that in mind, we are in the midst of developing multiple programs to aid our members’ mental health needs.

We are happy to announce our sponsorship with the Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS), who will assist with counseling.

Current Mental Health Programs:

Mental Health Supportive Counselling Partnership (One-on-One Therapy with PCHS)

This service is offered in English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, and Malayalam

Frontline Community Centre in partnership with the Punjabi Community Health Services (PCHS) is offering supportive counseling sessions to clients experiencing a range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, and psychosis, to name a few. A series of counseling sessions will be planned, where the service provider and the client will identify the short-term and long-term goals and design a coordinated care plan that will be reviewed every 6 months. The clients will receive 1-6 or more supportive counseling sessions based on their needs.

Additional programs coming soon! For further information, please contact us here or email at info@fcccanada.org

 
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