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Welcome to Family Service Kent

Family Service Kent is a not-for-profit organization that provides residents of Chatham-Kent with a wide range of counselling and community-based services.

Founded in 1969, Family Service Kent takes pride in being a respected and well established agency within our caring community. When challenges in life arise, we invite you to contact us. We can help!

Our vision is “for every person within Chatham-Kent to have the opportunity to reach their full potential”.

For information and updates on how the pandemic is affecting services, please visit our What’s New page.

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adVANtage Transportation

Family Service Kent’s adVANtage Transportation aims to connect people to their community by providing a safe, affordable, accessible door-to-door transportation option.

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Advocacy & Protective Services (APS) Program

The mandate of the Advocacy & Protective Services Program (APS) is to assist individuals with a developmental disability to live independently in their chosen community.

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Community Support Services (formerly CHAP)

Family Service Kent’s Community Support Services (formerly CHAP) offers services to help seniors and adults with long-term disabilities maintain their independence.

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Community Counselling Program

Family Service Kent’s Community Counselling Program offers a safe, comfortable, non-judgemental environment to discuss your concerns, clarify what may be helpful, and strengthen your ability to make the desired changes in your life.

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Employee Assistance Program (FSEAP)

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Healthy, happy, and productive employees are the essence of an effective organization. Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) keep organizations, individuals and families functioning at their best.

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Kent InterDisciplinary Support (KIDS) Team

The key function of KIDS Team is to coordinate access to various services and supports for children/adolescents (0 to 18yrs) with complex needs that may require a response from more than one service provider.

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Supervised Access Program (SAP)

The Supervised Access Program is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community, and Social Services and run locally by Family Service Kent.

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