Intersect Youth & Family Services has implemented several measures to support the safety of their staff and clients during the COVID 19 Pandemic. These measures are guided by the recommendations of the BC Provincial Health Officer, Worksafe BC and the Ministry of Child and Family Development.
Intersect will provide services virtually through phone or the Zoom app for all clients that are emotionally, physically and technologically able to do so. In-person services will only be offered at the discretion of the clinician with their supervisor and assessed on an individual basis. The client and all members of their household must agree to the safeguards outlined in the COVID-19 In Person Services Agreement prior to an in-person appointment being scheduled at Intersect. Click to view the COVID-19 In Person Services Agreement.
To read the entire Intersect Youth & Family Services COVID-19 Safety Plan, please click here.
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We offer a variety of services ranging from crisis assessment and intake screening to community outreach. Learn more about how we help families here.
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Intersect Youth & Family Services provides voluntary counselling for children and youth under the age of 19, offering a wide variety of programs to clients and their families at no cost. Primarily funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development, Intersect represents a surplus of experiences, education and therapeutic styles to suit every child and youth’s specific needs.