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With offices conviently located throughout Eastern Nova Scotia, no matter where your are, FSENS is always near by!


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295 George St., Suite 302
Sydney, NS BIP 1J7
(902)539-6868

 

 

 

 

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...to promote and strengthen families and indivduals in the building of a just and supportive society.

We provide a wide range of individual and family counselling, group and community based programs and services to assist you in:

  • building healthy relationships
  • overcoming depression and anxiety
  • reducing stress
  • increasing self-esteem
  • managing anger
  • overcoming addictions
  • building positive parenting skills
  • dealing with separation and divorce
  • rebuilding after the loss of a personal relationship


"I have nothing but thanks and praise for Family Service."


"My counselor was wonderful, friendly, caring and heartfelt. There should be more help like that."


"We are blessed to have a place to go for help in partial affairs of daily living. To receive perspective on relationships, marriage and self-care can change failure into success, chaos into order and stress into peace. Thank you for allowing me to come into a safe place and grow."

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The purpose of EAP (Employee Assistance Programs) is to help organizations support employees to remain in or return to the workplace and to perform effectively. EAP helps organizations develop and maintain healthy workplaces for their employees. The EAP provides tools and strategies to engage in early intervention and education awareness.

FSEAP provides you and eligible family members with access to professional and confidential counselling services. These services can help you manage personal, family or work-related concerns and to become more resilient. FSEAP can help with:

  • building stronger family & personal relationships
  • managing personal and job stress
  • addressing depression or anxiety
  • coping with separation and loss
  • balancing work & family
  • responding to personal crisis
  • resolving conflict
  • identifying problem drug & alcohol use
  • recovering from trauma, harassment or abuse
  • adjusting to life or job transitions

Organizations interested in EAP services or for more information are asked to contact:

Tasia Boucher
EAP Coordinator
Family Service of Eastern NS
(902) 849-4772 (ph)
(902) 849-0213 (fax)

Family Service of Eastern Nova Scotia