Info for Parents

This guide can help people find out what Provincial Government programs and services are available. Programs are listed within seven major groups:

• Financial Help
• Housing, Shelter and Home Supports
• Education and Learning Help
• Employment (Job) Supports
• Medical, Health and Wellness
• Justice and Legal Services
• Other Services

In addition to being an access point, 811 is also an e-mental health tool, confidential and free, and staffed by experienced Registered Nurses. It is available to all residents of Newfoundland and Labrador any time, day or night.

811 HealthLine nurses are available 24/7 to listen, provide support, and connect you to health services in your area. If you are experiencing a mental health and addictions crisis, need support, or are looking for health information, call 811.

811 HealthLine nurses can answer questions you may have about health-related topics that include but are not limited to:

  • Chest pain
  • Vomiting
  • High blood pressure
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Headache
  • Diabetes
  • High or low blood sugar
  • Rectal bleeding
  • Heart rate/heartbeat questions
  • Dizziness
  • Children’s health
  • Prostate cancer
  • Cancer screening
  • Sexually transmitted infection
  • Elder abuse
  • Early disease detection
  • Stress
  • Smoking
  • Substance abuse
  • Postpartum
  • Abuse
  • Gender and Identity

 

  • Vomiting
  • Anxiety
  • Swelling
  • Rash
  • Reflux
  • First aid
  • Disease prevention
  • Blood test questions
  • Screening
  • Allergies
  • Irregular periods
  • Post-surgery questions
  • Depression
  • Bullying
  • Pregnancy
  • Mental health crisis
  • Suicide
  • Flu
  • Dementia
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Anger
  • Grief and Loss
  • Parenting

Mental Health & Addictions Crisis Calls: Effective May 2, 2022 services traditionally offered through the Provincial Mental Health Crisis Line will now be provided by the 811 HealthLine. Individuals in need of crisis response or mental health and addictions support can simply dial 811, day or night, to speak with a registered nurse who is a trained crisis intervener.

Nurse Practitioner Virtual Care Service: This service can prevent unnecessary emergency room visits for non-emergent issues. Appointments are available everyday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., including weekends at no cost to any individual. The nurse practitioner can communicate over the phone or through videoconference. Individuals can book an appointment by calling 811 or using the 811 NL HealthLine app, free through the Apple and GooglePlay app stores.

Dial a Dietician: Dial a Dietician offers evidence-based healthy eating advice and is delivered by local dietitians by calling the NL HealthLine 811 or emailing a dietitian on the 811 HealthLine website. Dial-a-Dietitian connects residents directly to a dietitian; No referral from a health care provider is needed.  This service is available 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.

If you use “Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)” or web-enabled telephone services like Canada VRS, Skype or Google Talk, 811 may not connect. Instead, call 1-888-709-2929 to reach the HealthLine. Out of Province cell phones will not connect to 811. Please use a landline.

Text option in the 811 HealthLine app is available ONLY for use by Deaf or hard-of-hearing callers and persons with communication difficulties who live within Newfoundland and Labrador. Register to text with a registered nurse using the 811 NL Healthline app. Download for free from the Apple and GooglePlay app stores.

 

Telephone
811 or 1-888-834-1252 (VRS)

The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of those with alcoholism who share their experiences, strength, and hope.

Visit http://www.al-anonandalateen.nl.ca/index.html for local meeting listings.

Address
3 Blackmarsh Rd,
St. John’s, NL
A1E 1S2
Telephone
(709) 722-2666
Google Maps

Parenting Across Cultures
Parenting across Cultures is a two day workshop targeted towards newly arrived parents. This workshop provides parents with information about the child protection system and relevant Canadian laws. The sessions also cover healthy relationships and violence, discipline, supervision of children, daily routines and the importance of school for children. All Government Assisted Refugees and Privately Sponsored Refugees who are eligible for this workshop will be invited to attend once they are settled in their permanent accommodations.

Mommy and PALS
Mommy and PALS is a group offered by our Community Connections and Social Work teams for stay at home moms and their young children. This group brings together stay at home mothers to socialize and learn new skills. During these groups activities could range from learning something new such as baking and sewing or bringing in a guest speaker from a local community organization. This group is offered to all Government Assisted Refugees and Privately Sponsored Refugees.

Healthy Baby Club and collaboration with Refugee Health Clinic
The Association for New Canadians works very closely with the Refugee Health Clinic (RHC). The RHC is located in St. John’s and many new arrivals will be patients at the clinic. ANC staff liaise with the public health nurse on site to ensure clients’ needs are being met. The support the clinic provides to families and parents could range from health checkups to prenatal and newborn appointments. The RHC works very closely with settlement staff at the ANC and will send referrals to the appropriate department if there is something we need to follow up on.

The Healthy Baby Club is supported by our public health nurse at RHC. This group provides prenatal nutrition and education to parents/families who are clients at ANC. This program promotes healthy pregnancy and healthy newborns. The public health nurse will also communicate with ANC social workers on new pregnancies so the social workers can complete an application to Mother Baby Nutrition Supplement.

ANConnect (for any newcomer, not specific to parenting)

ANConnect is a free, virtual mental health counselling service. ANConnect offers brief, single session counselling to adult newcomers across Newfoundland and Labrador. This service is for any newcomer regardless of their immigration status or where they call home.

Newcomers Guide:
This guide is intended for newcomers settling in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL), Canada and contains basic information about:

  • information for parents, children and youth
  • what should be the first steps to take when you have just arrived
  • essential Canadian documents and how to obtain them
  • elementary aspects of everyday living in Canada and on the Island

This information will help you settle easier and faster, so you can enjoy your new environment and participate in society to your fullest potential

Link: https://www.ancnl.ca/newcomers-guide/information-for-parents-children-youth/#

Telephone
709 722-9680 or 1-833-222-0921

A provincial charitable organization dedicated to promoting the development of individual , lifelong, and community-based supports and services for autistics, their families, and caregivers.

For more information, call the provincial office at (709) 722-2803.

Address
70 Clinch Crescent, St. John’s, NL A1B 4G8, Canada
Telephone
(709) 722-2803
Fax
(709) 722-4926
Google Maps

Community agency offering programs, supports, services and outreach throughout the province for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Address
40 Main St, Corner Brook, NL A2H 1C3, Canada
Telephone
(709) 637-7450
Google Maps

Bay St. George Pride, NL is a non-profit organization, based out of Stephenville, Newfoundland. Through educational programming and events, we celebrate and promote visibility and acceptance of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

Call (709) 643-4444, or visit their Facebook page

Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Telephone
(709) 643-4444

A mentoring program for boys and girls in the St. John’s area who are paired with A mentoring program for young people age 6-16 in the metro St. John’s area, BBBS matches youth with adult mentors in developmental relationships who act as a role model to talk to and share the experience of growing up with.  The results are a life changing experience for both mentor and mentee. Several program options available.

Address
The Village Shopping Centre
Box 10, 430 Topsail Road
St. John’s, NL
A1E 4N1
Telephone
709 368 5437

A safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.

Address
P.O. Box 5012
St. John’s, NL
A1C 5V3
Telephone
709 579-0181
The Bridges Program works collaboratively with youth, and their families, to build awareness, skills and the understanding needed to address mental health challenges.
What they do:
  • Focused, short-term individual psychotherapy
  • Family therapy
  • Skill building groups
  • Psychiatric consultation

Admission to this program is coordinated through Child and Adolescent Central Intake.

 

Address
5th Floor, Southcott Hall
100 Forest Road, St. John’s, NL A1E 1E5
Telephone
(709) 777-7715/2200
Google Maps

Facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness.

For more information, call (709) 753-8550, or email office@cmhanl.ca or visit Canadian Mental Health Association Newfoundland & Labrador | CMHA-NL (cmhanl.ca)

Address
603 Topsail Road
St. John’s, NL
A1E 2E1
Telephone
(709) 753-8550
Fax
(709) 753-8537
Google Maps

Facilitates access to the resources people require to maintain and improve mental health and community integration, build resilience, and support recovery from mental illness.

Call Stephenville office at (709) 643-5553 or toll free 1-855-643-5553.

Hours: Monday – Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Address
157 Minnesota Dr
Stephenville, NL A2N 3B4
Telephone
(709) 643-5553 or 1-855-643-5553
Google Maps

The Momma Moments Program is a peer-to-peer support and strengths-based group for young parents or pregnant mothers.  It provides moms and their children with wrap-around support to navigate the challenges of motherhood, which they often face in addition to social isolation, financial demands, and limited social and family support. Momma Moments currently operates in St. John’s and Conception Bay South, where groups meet once a week for programming that emphasizes overall wellness – mental, physical, spiritual, and social – for both mother and child. Young mothers have access to healthy recreational activities, as well as resources and discussions on topics of family building, income supports, mental health, education, nutrition, and more. In addition, staff act as advocates for the well-being of mothers and their children. Volunteers provide child minding services, and staff and volunteers of Momma Moments prepare meals for moms and kids – with extra to take home. The young mothers and kids in this program work hard to overcome challenges and build brighter futures. By combining healthy interventions for the moms, and taking a prevention approach with the kids, this program ambitiously works towards intergenerational change by breaking cycles of poverty and homelessness.

Peer-to-peer support and strengths-based group for young parents or pregnant mothers. Provides Moms and children with wrap-around supports.

Address
12-16 Carter’s Hill Place, St. John’s, NL A1C 6N5
Telephone
(709) 754-3047
Google Maps

Counsellors are available to support individuals who have mental health or substance use concerns as well as family and friends who are affected.

Counsellors aim to match treatment intensity to each individuals’ unique journey of mental wellness and recovery.

Our counselling teams may include Social workers, Nurses, Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and other professionals.

Eastern Central Western Labrador-Grenfell

Parent child centre in the St. John’s area designed to meet the diverse, complex needs of families. Recognizing parents as the primary influence in their children’s lives, Daybreak fosters opportunities for positive parent-child interactions by encouraging the participation of parents in their children’s education and development. Daybreak supports the development of healthy children in the context of family and the family within community.

Address
74 The Boulevard
St. John’s, NL
A1A 1K2
Telephone
709 726-8373

Provides leadership in provincial policies and programs related to mental health and addictions in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Address
1st Floor, Confederation Building – West Block
St. John’s, NL A1B 3R4
Telephone
(709) 729-3658
Fax
(709) 729-4429
Google Maps

Doorways provides rapid access to mental health and addictions counselling services ‘one session at a time’. While most locations offer a drop-in service, some locations provide same-day, next day, or appointments by phone. Drop-in counselling services are available without an appointment or referral.

If further counselling is required, staff will work with you to provide access to additional services and supports.

Doorways is not an emergency service. In a medical emergency, call 911. In the case of a mental health or addictions crisis call 811, or proceed to the nearest emergency department.

To find Doorways in your area, click on your region below or call 811 and a Healthline nurse will provide you with a contact number.

Eastern Central Western Labrador-Grenfell

A leadership advocacy group dedicated to promoting research and providing public support services and information about matters related to eating disorders, including information on available treatment services for individuals and families who experience disordered eating.

For more information, call 1-855-722-0500 or visit Eating Disorder Foundation of NL (edfnl.ca)

 

Address
Eating Disorder Foundation Of Nl & Lab
13 Pippy Pl, St. John’s, NL A1B 3X2
Telephone
1-855-722-0500 or in St. John’s (709) 722-0500
Fax
(709) 722-0552
Google Maps

Programs, supports, and resources to enhance the social, mental, educational, and physical development of children, age 0-6, and their families in a safe and inclusive environment. For a complete listing of Family Resource Centres and their associated satellite offices in Newfoundland and Labrador, visit https://www.childcare.gov.nl.ca/public/ccr/centres.

Prenatal nutrition and education support program offered through community-based Family Resource Centres. The objective is to support healthy nutrition during the pregnancy and early post-natal period and to promote healthy pregnancy and newborn outcomes. Healthy Baby Club actively supports healthy lifestyles for people who are pregnant using a peer support model with a team approach. Support is offered to the participants by a resource mother or other healthy baby club staff, as well as other club participants. Staff work closely with the other family resource centre team members, the public health nurse and the regional nutritionist to provide prenatal education and support.

Please contact the Family Resource Centre closest to you by clicking the link below.

An intensive outpatient program for individuals age 15+, across the province diagnosed with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or other specified feeding and eating disorder. Referral required.

 

Address
35 Major’s Path, Suite 101
St. John’s
Telephone
(709) 777-2041
Fax
(709) 777-2042
Google Maps

A 24/7 telephone and texting support to children and youth, available in French and English. Youth can be anonymous and will receive professional counselling, information and referrals.

Call 1-800-668-6868 or text ‘TALK’ to 686868.

You can also visit KidsHelpPhone.ca for online resources or download the Always There App.

Telephone
1 (800) 668-6868

Fellowship for individuals identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning ages 16-25.

Address
203 Merrymeeting Road
Telephone
(709) 579-1009

Fellowship for individuals identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning

Address
Memorial University, University Centre, UC6022
Telephone
(709) 864-7619

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Address
125 Trans Canada Highway
Gander, NL
A1V 1P7
Telephone
(709) 256-5438/2813
Google Maps

The Mental Health and Addictions Systems Navigator helps individuals navigate and connect with mental health and addiction services in the province. If the navigator is unavailable, individuals can leave a voicemail and they will return the call.

Call 752-3916 or 1-877-999-7589; VRS calls are welcome or email barry.hewitt@easternhealth.ca

Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Contact
Mr. Barry Hewitt
Telephone
(709) 752-3916 / 1-877-999-7589

The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is a group experience for families with babies and young children. The program focuses on introducing participants to the pleasure and power of using rhymes, songs and stories in their everyday lives. The Parent-Child Mother Goose Program® is a preventative, early intervention program that nurtures the attachment between parent and child.

For more information email: info@mothergoosenl.ca

MUN Sexual And Gender Advocacy. A safer space for everyone LBGTQ+ and ally on and off campus.

Address
UC 6022 Memorial University
St. John’s, NL A1C 5S7
Telephone
(709) 864-7619
Google Maps

A service of Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador (MUN) for it’s students. The Counselling and Psychological Services at MUN Grenfell site in Corner Brook offers individualized personal counselling and health and wellness supports and is dedicated to helping students remain healthy and make good life choices while pursuing their academic goals.

Hours:

Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Address
Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
20 University Drive
Corner Brook
Telephone
(709) 637-7919
Google Maps

The Nar-Anon Family Group is for those who know or have known a feeling of desperation due to the addiction problem of someone close to them.  Nar-Anon members share their experiences, strengths, and hope at weekly meetings.

Telephone
709 770-5213

Perinatal Program Newfoundland and Labrador (PPNL) is a province wide program that establishes guidelines for perinatal care, provides education to health care providers, advocates prevention and health promotion, supports research and quality assurance initiatives, and provides decision makers and researchers with information form its databases.

Nobody’s Perfect (NP) is a nationally recognized parent support and education program for parents of children from birth to age five. It is a free and voluntary parenting program designed to meet the needs of parents who are new, young, single, socially or geographically isolated or who have low income or limited formal education offered in community Family Resource Centres throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.  As a strengths based program, it works with parents where they are, is based on what parents want to learn about while giving you and your child a safe place to meet others with children of the same age and with whom they share interests & concerns.  Programs are offered in person and virtually.

For more information contact: michellemurray@gov.nl.ca

Provides support for recovery from compulsive eating using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of OA. Meetings and other tools provide a fellowship of experience, strength and hope where members respect one another’s anonymity. Meetings take place weekly in the St. John s and Mount Pearl areas.

Telephone
(709) 738-1742

This Facebook support group is for parents/primary caregivers of LGBTQ kids and youth – with a particular focus on support for parents with kids who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual or questioning their sexuality. This group is private and only people in the group can see who is a member or what is posted. If you are interested in joining this group simply click on “Join Group” and you will be asked a few screening questions or email parentsoflgbtqyouthnl@gmail.com for more information.

Offering addiction prevention and mental health promotion services and information to individuals, families, communities, organizations, and professional groups.

For a complete list of services visit https://www.westernhealth.nl.ca/addictions-prevention-and-mental-health-promotion-2/

 

Address
133 Riverside Drive, Corner Brook
Telephone
(709) 634-4171
Google Maps

oerateSa therapeutic riding program to help Newfoundland and Labrador children grow and develop despite physical, cognitive and emotional disabilities – all through horseback riding.

Address
103 Mount Scio Road, St. John’s, NL, Canada
Telephone
(709) 738-1055
Google Maps
Community agency offering education, support programs, public policy and research to improve the quality of life for individuals with schizophrenia and psychosis
Address
18A-18B UB Waterford Hospital, 306 Waterford Bridge Rd, St. John’s, NL A1E 4J8, Canada
Telephone
(709) 777-3335
Google Maps

Single Parent Association of Newfoundland and Labrador provides supports, through a Foodbank, Employment Support Program, Back to School and Christmas projects, to single parent families in our province. This approach enables single parents to regain control over their lives for the empowerment of themselves and their children.

For more information please contact: span@spanl.ca

Telephone
(709) 738-3401

Telephone and/or online programs for youth, ages 3-17 years old, and their families, experiencing behavioral or mental health problems.

Call 1-866-470-7111 or visit www.strongestfamilies.com

Telephone
1 (866) 470-7111

Offers a financial supplement to individuals for individuals with a psychiatric diaganosis living in supportive relative and non-relative board & lodging arrangements.

Address
Waterford Hospital, Eastern Health
306 Waterford Bridge Rd, St. John’s, NL A1E 4J8
Telephone
(709) 777-3340
Google Maps

Offers a safe and supportive environment for those who have lost someone to suicide to share their experiences.

Address
Sobeys Community Room
360 Torbay Rd, St. John’s, NL A1A 4E1
Telephone
(709) 726-4223
Google Maps

Supports individuals primarily 16 years and over, and is inclusive of all genders and gender expressions through a series of programming:

  • Education (youth16-29 yrs.) – provides foundational literacy and numeracy & GED preparation & testing,
  • Street Reach (16 & Older) – Drop in & Street Based outreach services grounding in harm reduction.  Also provides one-on-one individualized services through a referral process to assist with a number of challenges including but not limited to housing & homelessness, mental health and substance use, justice, and social inclusion.
  • C.A.S.E.Y. (Coalition Against the Sexual Exploitation of Youth) – Provides youth prevention groups, training & awareness activities.
  • Blue Door Program (14 – 29 years) – provides intensive one-on-one & group supports to individuals seeking support to leave experiences in the sex trade.
  • Directory of Services – has developed and extensive list of community resources.  This directory is updated annually and is available here https://www.thrivecyn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/2021-Directory_Revised.pdf 
Address
807 Water Street, P.O. Box 26067
St. John’s, NL A1E 0A5
Telephone
(709) 754-0536
Google Maps

A non-profit organization that offers outreach, education, and peer support for the trans community of NL.

Visit their Facebook page

Tuckamore is a live-in treatment Centre for 12 – 18 year olds in the Newfoundland and Labrador who have complex mental health concerns. Tuckamore is located in Paradise and the average length of stay for young people is between 6 – 12 months. The program includes individual, group and family counselling as well as life skills training, recreation, and art and music therapy.  Tuckamore provides a safe home-like environment, a school area, a multipurpose room, a physical fitness area and an apartment for family visiting overnight. You can also ask your physician, nurse, clinician or social worker about other supports for youth in your area (ie. counselling). If Tuckamore is right for you, they can help with a referral.

Address
7 Mallow Dr, Paradise, NL A1L 3A9
Telephone
(709) 752-3914
Google Maps

Provides a variety of Level 4 – Group Care and support services to children and youth ages 8-18 who are involved with Child, Youth and Family Services or Youth Corrections

Address
145 Lemarchant Rd, St. John’s, NL A1C 2H3, Canada
Telephone
(709) 722-9377
Google Maps

Youth Early Intervention and Outreach Workers provide support to youth (12-29), support to parents of youth, and other family members who are concerned about their loved one.

Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Port aux Basques       (709) 695-6901
Stephenville                (709) 643-4595
Corner Brook              (709) 639-1710
Bonne Bay                   (709) 458-2381 ext. 271

 

The Eating Disorder Inpatient Program (EDIP) is a four-bed inpatient eating disorder unit at the Health Sciences Centre.  This program provides inpatient services for adults 18 years and older with eating disorders whose restrictive eating and/or compensatory behaviour (purging, over exercising, laxative use) place them at high risk  for medical complications.

Visit the website to learn more.

Address
Psychiatric Unit
Health Sciences Centre
300 Prince Philip Drive
St. John’s, NL
A1B 3V6
Telephone
(709) 777-2041

FASDNL is a pan-provincial organization working to educate, provide supports and resources, and raise awareness about fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (FASD). FASDNL provides FASD training and offers a monthly group for parents and caregivers. Visit www.fasdnl.ca

 

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

 

Contact
Baie Verte Peninsula Health Centre
Address
1 Columbus Drive
Baie Verte, NL AOK 1BO
FAX: 532-4632
Telephone
709) 532-5271

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
Dr. C.V. Memorial Health Center
Address
PO Box 9,
Glovertown, NL A0G 2L0
Telephone
(709) 533-2372

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
Lewisporte Community Health Centre
Address

PO Box 1209,
394-412 Main Street
Lewisporte NL A0G 3A0
Telephone
(709) 535-0906

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
Dr. YK Jeon Kittiwake Health Centre
Address
PO Box 209
57-61 Main Street,
Badger’s Quay, NL AOG 1BO
Telephone
(709) 536-2405

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
Green Bay Community Health Centre
Address
326 Main St,
Springdale, NL A0J 1T0
Telephone
(709) 673-4974

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
St. Alban’s Community Health Centre
Address
PO Box 490 Cormier Avenue
St. Alban’s, NL A0H 2E0
Telephone
(709) 538-3738

Provides assessment and therapeutic counselling to individuals of all ages in the areas of mental health and addiction.

Contact
Notre Dame Bay Memorial Health Care Centre
Address
Hospital Lane
Twillingate, NL AOG 4MO
Telephone
(709) 884-1370

A service of Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador for its students.  SWCC offers individualized personal counselling and health and wellness supports and is dedicated to helping students remain healthy and make good life choices while pursuing their academic goals.

MUN Grenfell Campus – Corner Brook

Address
5th Floor University Centre, UC-5000
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John’s, NL
A1C 5S7
Telephone
(709) 864-8500

Community Centre offering programs and services to the greater Corner Brook area with a focus on NL Housing tenants and low-income families and individuals.

Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., closed for lunch

Call (709) 634-0050 or visit their Facebook page

Address
30 Crestview Avenue
Corner Brook
Telephone
(709) 634-0050
The service to children and youth, 12 -18 years old, aimed at reducing harm associated with substance use, as well as helping youth stay in school.  Youth Outreach Workers act as mentors and positive influencers, helping connect and navigate services, providing information and working with community partners who also service children and youth.

St. John’s
(709) 777-2200

Holyrood, Whitbourne, St. Mary’s Bay, Placentia Bay
(709) 227-6832

Bay Roberts and Harbour Grace
(709) 945-6513

Bonavista
(709) 468-5318

Clarenville
(709) 466-5723

Grand Bank
(709) 832-1640

Marystown
(709) 279-7952

 

Youth Early Intervention and Outreach Workers provide support to youth (12-29), support to parents of youth, and other family members who are concerned about their loved one.

Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

New-Wes-Valley        (709) 536-1120

Springdale                   (709)  673 – 5545

St. Alban’s                   (709)  538 – 3682

Twillingate                  (709) 884 – 4101