Saugeen First Nation

Site: Saugeen First Nation - 6493 Hwy 21

Service: KCYFS-ACYPS Partnership Program

Record #: BRU0337
Last Modified: 27 Feb 2024
Last Full Update: 04 Jun 2020


Description (Service) COVID-19 Response
Due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the office closed until further notice. Contact Corrie by phone or email to arrange video conferencing.

Regular Service
Partnership between Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services and Anishinabek Child and Youth Prevention Services

Supports the mental health needs of children, youth and their families and caregivers who are members of Saugeen First Nation. Provides support in school, in the community or in the office.

Services include:
  • counselling
  • family or caregiver sessions
  • workshops and groups
  • voluntary Keystone residence stabilization and assessment, only if desired by the youth and family or caregiver
  • psychiatric consultations through the Ontario Tele-Health network and Hospital for Sick Children
  • risk assessment and safety planning

Service Details

Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Areas Served Saugeen First Nation
Eligibility Ages: 17 year(s) and under 
All on-reserve and off-reserve members of Saugeen First Nation
Application Call or email.
Languages English; Ojibway
Fees None

Address and Location

Site Location Also works in schools and works out of the Keystone Child, Youth and Family Services office (1793 3rd Ave W, Owen Sound)
Located In Community Saugeen Shores
Address & Map
Band Administration Office, 6493 Hwy 21
Saugeen Shores, ON
Canada N0H 2L0
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Intersection Christine St and Mason Dr
Physical Access Fully Accessible

Contact Information

Office Phone 519-797-5000
Fax 519-797-5894
Primary Contact Corrie Charlton, Community Worker; Phone: ext 1203
Mailing Address Band Administration Office, 6493 Hwy 21 
Saugeen Shores, ON 
Canada N0H 2L0

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