Helping people feel deeply understood and supported.
Mental Health – Counselling – Support – Understanding
Did you know that in any given year, 1 in 5 people in Canada will personally experience a mental health illness or problem? In fact, by the age of 40, half the population will have or have had life stressful challenges and undergo extreme distress at certain times. This can make it challenging for them to get through their daily life.
At CASE Community, as a nonprofit organization, we work with vulnerable community members to address social inequities through case management, education, and advocacy for seniors, youth, newcomers, and families experiencing diverse kinds of challenges. These challenges might be associated with systemic process including physical, psychological, socio-economical, spiritual, mental health, addiction and abuses. Supportive therapy allows individuals to navigate their problems with more empathy using anti-oppressive and innovative approaches.
In our supportive counselling services, we engage, motivate, and facilitate growth and empowerment with Brief Solution-Focused counseling. Our counselors are adept at conducting clients’ initial intakes, needs assessment and case plan development, providing supportive counselling and follow-ups/case management and corresponding referrals to community resources. Through this, we practically promote the goals of clients’ active participation in their community.
We will listen to what you have to say and offer important advice on how to deal with situations. This kind of therapy is quite sympathetic and is designed to be encouraging. Our goal is to offer emotional support to patients who are going through a difficult time.
Our Wellness Check and need assessments provide clients one-on-one support and a supportive friendly atmosphere where they can talk about their challenges/grievances to gain clarity and come to terms with Brief Solution-Focused counseling.
Our counseling services are strictly on appointment:
If you are a newcomer to Canada or refugee claimant, senior citizen, or a youth in need of someone to talk with, please call our office at (905) 216-2244 for an appointment.