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By: Occsc  09-12-2011
Keywords: community service

Chinese Family Counselling Services

Who are these services for?
  • Residents of Ottawa
  • Persons living on low-income or receiving social assistance
Service areas:
  • Adjustment Problems
  • Financial Difficulties
  • Family Violence
  • Family Conflicts
  • Family Law
  • Coping with Stress
  • Mental Health Problems
  • Problems with the Law
  • Racial Discrimination
  • Sponsorship Breakdown
  • Convention Refugee Support
What we can do to help:
  • Perform a Needs Assessment
  • Provide Needed Information
  • Refer you to an Appropriate Community Service
  • Help you to Complete Service Application Forms
  • Escort you to a Service Provider
  • Provide Interpretation Services
  • Advocate on Behalf of Clients
  • Provide Individual or Family Counselling
  • Intervene to Resolve Crisis Situations
  • Coordinate Services and Perform Follow-ups

Keywords: community service

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