Professional Counselling Services
Camino Wellbeing + Mental Health (formerly Carizon and KWCS)
519-743-6333 | Multiple locations in Waterloo Region | www.caminowellbeing.ca
Camino Wellbeing + Mental Health unites the work of Carizon Family and Community Services, KW Counselling Services and Monica Place all under one umbrella. Together we will create a more cohesive system that brings greater impact to our community’s growing wellbeing and mental health needs.
Individual and family therapy are offered, as well as group programs.
Porchlight Counselling and Addiction Services
519-621-5090 | https://porchlightcnd.org/
Porchlight, formerly FCCCND, has been providing counselling and support services to our communities for almost 75 years. We offer individual, couple, and family counselling, with specialized programs for survivors and perpetrators of domestic violence, children who witness violence, those experiencing loss, depression, and/or anxiety, as well as other issues such as past trauma. Areas of expertise include art therapy and TIP (Transition to Independence Process) for adolescents and young adults from 13 to 29.
Front Door Child & Youth Mental Health
519-749-2932 | https://www.frontdoormentalhealth.com/
Serving the community for more than 20 years, Front Door is a great first step for families and young people who have concerns that relate to behavioural or emotional mental health. Front Door supports youth and parents of children and youth (up to their 18th birthday) who are struggling with life’s challenges such as emotions, behaviours, relationships and mental health.
Interfaith Community Counselling Centre
519-662-3092 | 23B Church St. New Hamburg, N3A 1J1 | www.interfaithcounselling.ca
Individual, couple, family, and group counselling. Offers fee for service on a sliding scale. Counsellors experienced in suicide bereavement.
People Needing People – Erb & Good Family Funeral Home
519-404-6632 | 171 King St S, Waterloo N2J 1P7 | www.erbgood.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bereavement Resource Centre of the Erb & Good Family Funeral Home. Grief counselling for individuals and families. An extensive resource library is available.
Shalom Counselling Services Waterloo
519-886-9690 | 9 Avondale Ave S, Waterloo N2L 2B5 | www.shalomcounselling.org
Experienced, credentialed counselling professionals provide individual, couple, family, and group counselling for a broad range of concerns. Counsellors experienced suicide bereavement. Sliding fee scale.
Woolwich Counselling Centre
519-669-8651 | 65 Memorial Ave, Elmira N3B 2R9 | www.woolwichcounselling.org
Bereavement support program including one-on-one counselling and groups for adults, children, and teens.
Bereaved Families Of Ontario-Midwestern Region
519-603-0196 | 65 Hanson Ave. Ste. 1042, Kitchener N2C 2H6 | www.bfomidwest.org | email@example.com
Peer grief support, education & memorial events. Programs for bereaved parents, adults, children, teens and those grieving a substance use death. All programs are offered for free.
Hospice Of Waterloo Region
519-743-4114 | 100 Solstice Way, Waterloo N2K 0G3 | www.hospicewaterloo.ca | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bereavement walking group, one-on-one bereavement support, children and teen support groups, and resource library.
Hummingbird Centre For Hope
519-500-8535 | 65 Hanson Ave. Ste. 2001, Kitchener N2C 2H6 | email@example.com
Peer support for those who have lost a spouse while dependent children are still in the home.
New Beginnings (Rockway Centre)
519-741-2200 Ext. 5346 | 1405 King St E, Kitchener N2G 2N9 | www.caredove.com
Bereavement support for adults 50+ by trained volunteers who have experienced the grief journey.
The Coping Centre
519-650-0852 | 1740 Blair Road Cambridge N3H 4R8 | www.copingcentre.com | firstname.lastname@example.org
Group grief support for the entire family is done in a lovely and serene setting. Educational seminars are also offered.
519-664-3794 ext 229 | Woolwich Community Health Centre 10 Parkside Dr, St Jacobs N0B 2N0
Bereavement follow-up and volunteer visits.
EAP (Employment Assistance Program)
Check to see if you have an EAP – Employment Assistance Program through your workplace which offers free limited confidential access to trained counsellors. Your health insurance and benefits coverage may also provide an annual allowance for psychological services. Clergy, spiritual leaders, or funeral home directors may also be of help.