Welcome to Calvary Child & Family Services

Calvary Child and Family Services provide one-to-one support services for children, adolescents and adults who have one or more of the following symptoms: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Unusual behaviors (i.e. aggressive violent or withdrawn) Poor social relationships, a marked decrease in academic performance, and Attention deficit and/or hyperactivity, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders and self care difficulties.

Services can be provided in the family home or in the community. As we work with families, we assist with behaviour Programming, which includes but not limited to developing and implementing programs that re-enforce acceptable and productive behaviors.

Calvary also provides family support or parental support, which includes assisting parents in making appropriate care plans and accessing services.

As we focus on the importance to assist family and care-givers, Calvary will also provide Respite Support Services to care givers and parents. Respite to parents will be a planned service that could be in the family home or in the community, or at a day treatment center.

During the school academic year, Calvary Child and Family Services will provide one to one support student school and educational Services to address poor behaviour, failing academic performance and social difficulties.

The on-going support of our professional Associate team enables parents and care-givers to deliver effective and continuity of care when faced with various challenges. We match our associated based upon the needs of the child/family needs. While utilizing our services you can be assured that our Associates are skilled, well-trained and experienced professional practitioner, well able to assess, develop and implement specialized programs. Our Associates Hold a university degree or college diploma from an accredited learning institution. We Have extensive experience in managing challenging behaviors, and are covered by professional liability insurance. Every Associate have crisis prevention/intervention training, and most importantly have undergone a medical screening process and a criminal reference check that includes vulnerable sector screening.