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Family Service Kent has a wide range of counselling and community-based services
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adVANtage Transportation

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)

The mandate of the Advocacy & Protective Services Program (APS) is to assist individuals with a developmental disability to live independently in their chosen community. APS workers engage directly with the individual through a person-centered, supportive approach to do the following: Provide advocacy, crisis intervention, . . .

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Community Support Services (formerly CHAP)

Services to assist seniors and adults with disabilities at home and in the community.

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Community Counselling Program

  Click the button below to complete your wellness assessments (for current clients). Complete Assessment Family Service Kent can offer in-office counselling sessions when needed. We are following safety protocols prior to and during in person services to keep staff, clients and our community safe. . . .

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Employee Assistance Program (FSEAP)

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. Family Services – Employee Assistance Program (FSEAP) is a Canadian, not-for-profit, community-based EAP provider that has been working to sustain healthy . . .

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Kent InterDisciplinary Support (KIDS) Team

The Kent InterDisciplinary Support (KIDS) Team is a children’s mental health service that is funded through the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services and the Ministry of Health. Our primary role is to link individuals and families with appropriate local resources to assist children . . .


Supervised Access Program (SAP)

SAFE, CHILD-FOCUSED, and NEUTRAL The Supervised Access Program is funded by the Ministry of Children, Community and Social Services and run locally by Family Service Kent.  As a non-profit organization, Family Service Kent works with its funder to provide services that support safe and regular . . .