FSYR (Family Services York Region)

Site: Georgina, Warden Avenue

Service: Counselling for individuals, couples and families

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Record #: GEO0125 Last Modified: 23 Jun 2015 Last Full Update: 27 May 2015
Record Details
Alternate NameFamily Services York Region
Former NameGeorgina Family Life Centre
Office Phone905-476-3611
Toll Free Phone1-888-223-3999
FundingRegional / Municipal ; United Way
Description (Service)Provides counselling for individuals, couples and families at all offices (Georgina, Newmarket, Richmond Hill et Markham) * provides LGBTTQ support and has introduced a rainbow support line 1-888-967-5542 * offers online please visit our website at www.fsyr.ca 
Online-Counselling: a professional, confidential counselling service available directly through the website * clients 16 and up can log on independently * this is not a "chat" or live interactive process * register online * cost of this service is $65.00 (payable through PayPal) per online session (each session is at least 50 minutes)
HoursMon-Fri - counselling by appointment only
Areas ServedGeorgina ; Georgina and surrounding areas
BoundariesYork Region
EligibilityNo restrictions
ApplicationCall for an intake interview
LanguagesEnglish ; French ; Italian
Located In CommunityGeorgina
Address & Map
25202 Warden Ave
Sutton West, ON L0E 1R0
IntersectionOld Homestead and Warden Ave.
Mailing AddressPO Box 8 
25202 Warden Ave. Ave 
Sutton West, ON L0E 1R0
AccessibilityFully Accessible
Service CategoriesAdolescent/Youth Counselling ; Anger Management ; Bereavement Counselling ; Child Guidance ; Condition Specific Treatment ~ Abused Men ; Divorce Counselling ; Family Counselling ; General Counselling Services ; General Counselling Services ~ Home Based Mental Health Services ; Hate Crimes Prevention ; Individual Counselling ; Life Skills Education ; Parent Counselling ; Sexual Assault Counselling ; Spouse/Intimate Partner Abuse Counselling ; Youth Violence Prevention