Crisis & Supports
The Crisis Intervention program is for anyone in our service area in need of immediate crisis support. This program is available during regular business hours and can be accessed by calling our main office line, or through our anonymous chat platform.
How To Access Services
Our Support/Counselling Team
Dragonfly Centre understands that many survivors feel unsure, worried, or fearful about accessing counselling. It is our top priority to ensure that clients feel comfortable, informed, and in control of their own healing journey. Our agency takes a trauma informed approach in all aspects of our work in order to create an environment of respect and safety for our clients.
Counselling services are free and confidential for anyone who has been impacted directly or indirectly by sexual violence at any point in their life (recent or historical).
Child & Youth Counselling
Personal Safety & Wellness Program (Psycho-Education)
We understand that the legal and medical systems can be difficult to navigate. Processes such as disclosures, reporting, RCMP, court, and medical/hospital visits can be confusing and overwhelming. We provide consultations to individuals, schools or community organizations looking for support in responding to disclosures of sexual violence.
You are not alone.
If you’ve experienced sexual violence either recently or past, it’s not too late. All of our counselling and support services are free and confidential.
Give Us A Call or Email
One of our Client Advocates will contact you to find out what your needs are.
Following the needs assessment conversation, you will be matched with the appropriate support/counselling professional based on the information provided. Your Client Advocate will explain options for support while you wait for services.
Your Client Advocate will contact you with information regarding your first appointment.