JUVENATION is proud to partner with the Neurological Wellness Association by offering N.W.A. members the mental health services they need at a cost they can afford.
The BC Crime Victim Assistance Program provides counselling benefits to eligible victims, their immediate family members and applicants who meet the definition of ‘witness’ under the Crime Victim Assistance Act of BC. JUVENATION is pleased to have a therapist approved and registered to provide these counselling services to help qualified individuals navigate through such traumatic events. Please click the following link and scroll down to the bottom to fill out an application according to whether you are a victim, witness or family member of a crime. After submitting an application, and upon approval, you will receive a claim number and the number of clinical counselling sessions included. A free consultation is available by contacting our office if you require assistance reviewing or submitting your application.
The goal of this program through Wounded Warriors and TEMA is to provide funding to first responders and military individuals that cannot afford access to the services of a mental health professional. Our mental health practitioners may be eligible to receive up to $1,000.00 in funding to assist you in offsetting your counselling costs.
If you serve, or are retired from any one of the following occupations, you may be eligible for funding:
- Police, EMS, or Fire Communications Officer (Call Taker/Dispatcher)
- Correctional Officer (to include Parole and Probation Officers)
- Military (Air Force, Army, Navy)
- Police Officer
- A Peace Officer as defined by the Criminal Code of Canada
Certain conditions apply. Contact our office today to apply for the help you need.