We continue to offer and prioritize in-person services at Fraser River Counselling.
The BC government has lifted the mask requirement for care locations and therefore masks are no longer mandatory. Clients are of course welcome to continue to wear a mask should they choose to do so, and also to request that their counsellor wear a mask during session.
In order to help reduce health risks and exposure to contagions, some sessions may need to be conducted online if clients, counsellors, or supervisors are experiencing symptoms and need to self-isolate.
Please ensure that you keep the FRC Coordinator updated on your willingness and ability to engage with in-person and/or online counselling services so we can provide you with appropriate services.
We will continue to monitor health recommendations for care facilities provided by health authorities and institutional administration and reassess the availability and functions of services as needed. If you have any questions regarding our processes and protocols to keep you and your family safe and healthy please contact the FRC Coordinator through our website contact form.