Assessment, stabilization and support for children ages 6 to 12 in a live-in setting.
We believe that children and families thrive best in a strengths-based environment. Families are at the centre of services and supports are collaborative, culturally sensitive, individualized and flexible. We are trauma-informed and attachment based.
What we do
Kennedy House is a three-month live-in program that focuses on assessment and stabilization. Services are provided in a supportive, home-like environment. Recreation and social emotional learning are an integral component of support services. We liaise with families, school and other community members to form a circle of support for the child.
You can expect
We work to promote stabilization of your child experiencing acute challenges.
A warm, supportive live-in environment that is highly sensitive and responsive to your child’s social and emotional needs.
Assessment of your child’s needs.
Individualized and family-centred planning for your child.
An understanding of your child’s strengths and how to build on them.
An understanding of your child’s needs and how to effectively support them for success.
A safe, supportive atmosphere where your child can build trusting and therapeutic relationships.
Transition planning to promote child well-being and permanency.
All referrals are made by social workers of the Ministry of Children and Family Development in Surrey and Langley.
Tel: (604) 434 9101