WJS CANADA SPOTLIGHTS

A collection of stories of strength, celebrating people turning obstacles into opportunities.

WJS Canada staff work to improve the lives of people facing a wide range of physical, mental, social and other issues.

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Offering support and accommodations to First Nation, Metis and Inuit youth in Western and Northern Canada

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Staff Members

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Provinces

85

Cities

92

Unique Programs

WJS CANADA SERVICES
  • Acquired Brain Injury

    Any type of brain damage that occurs after birth. It can include damage sustained by infection, disease, lack of oxygen or a blow to the head. The long-term effects of brain injury are difficult to predict. They are different for each person and range from mild to profound.

  • Children & Family

    WJS Canada works to reunite and strengthen families by providing personalized supports, connecting individuals to their communities and establishing long term support within the family unit.

  • Youth

    WJS Canada’s youth programs focus on youth justice, youth and children with disabilities, home living support and community access.

  • Aboriginal

    WJS Canada’s youth programs focus on youth justice, youth and children with disabilities, home living support and community access.

  • Seniors

    WJS Canada offers programming across three provinces and every generation. Our goal in caring for seniors is to provide a sense of security and engagement in the community; whether in their own home or in one of our comfortable facilities.

  • People with Disabilities

    WJS Canada helps people with disabilities become active and involved in their communities. Our wide range of local programs and services includes supported homes, supported independent and semi independent living, behaviour consultation and mental and physical care.

  • Justice

    WJS Canada works to keep adults with developmental disabilities, acquired brain injury, FASD, autism and mental health issues out of custody.

  • Psychology

    A dynamic team of registered and provisionally registered psychologists offering experience in diverse areas of practice. Senior psychologists provide clinical consultation, supervision and training as well as individual and family counselling. Our team prides itself on providing trauma informed and compassionate care of all people.

WJS CANADA CERTIFICATIONS
  • CARF Accredited in British Columbia

  • Subject to Annual Licensing Reviews in Ontario

  • CARF Accredited in Alberta