Learn About Child & Youth Rehab Services (CYFH-RS)

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We provide a range of services, including assessments and therapeutic interventions for children from birth to 19 years of age and their families. We are family-centred and may offer some services at home, in clinics, in child care settings or at school.

  1. Assessments
  2. Therapeutic interventions

If you are concerned about your child's development, please contact your family doctor, pediatrician, classroom teacher or an intake worker at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health at 250-519-6763.

Services

We offer the following services for clients across Vancouver Island:

In addition, we offer the following services for clients in the Greater Victoria area:

Our approach

We build on your child's strengths to provide a wide variety of interventions that optimize his or her development at home, in school and the community. We are:

  • informed by principles of respect, diversity and cultural competency. 
  • a continuum of multidisciplinary services
  • designed to optimize the health and well-being of children, youth and families

General Information on Learn About Child & Youth Rehab Services (CYFH-RS)

Referral Required?
Required
How to Get Referral

Parents/guardians and others with parent/guardian permission can make a referral in one of two ways. 

  1. Call 250-519-6763 and complete referral over the phone
  2. Send a completed Early Intervention Program referral form to:
    CYFH-RS Intake
    Queen Alexandra Centre for Children's Health
    2400 Arbutus Road 
    Victoria, B.C. 
    V8N 1V7

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