Our caring, professional staff are here to strengthen, enrich and enhance all aspects of military family life.
We have programs and bilingual services that will provide you with opportunities to network, develop skills and have fun, as well as assist family members in dealing with issues and concerns before they become a crisis.
Our staff has extensive links to other helping professionals and contacts in the community.
To find out more, please call (613) 965-3575 or email email@example.com.
While every family has its own issues, there are some challenges that are specific to military families.
The MFRC has a team of mental health professionals that support military family members offering a variety of services for adults, couples, teenagers and children.
Our Mental Health services include:
Additional services are available for the families, as well as trauma, symptoms of PTSD and other mental health concerns. The MFRC understands the military lifestyle and can help you understand and access services available.
Administration Assistant – Mental Health
613-392-2811 ext. 4528 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prevention Support and Intervention Coordinator (PSI) is a mental health worker who provides a wide range of mental health services including individual counselling and psychoeducational seminars and groups to families in the CAF community.
In addition to providing supportive counselling, the Prevention Support and Intervention Coordinator works in collaboration with other MFRC staff and community partners to offer a wide range of support services for all military families.
Prevention Support and Intervention Coordinator
Contact: Jaclyn Hunter, BA
613-382-2811 ext. 4017 | email@example.com
The Youth PSI offers bilingual, individual counselling and support services for children and youth from military families.The PSI also offers resiliency programming for children and youth.
Youth Prevention Support and Intervention Coordinator
613-392-2811 ext. 5541 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The MFRC offers free confidential services to Francophone families of Canadian Forces members. The Francophone Mental Health Services coordinator is a dedicated link to all Trenton MFRC and community support services. Therapeutic counselling for adults, teens and children is available.
Francophone Mental Health Services
Janie Pichette, B.A, B.S.W
613-392-2811 ext. 3953 | email@example.com
We are proud to offer bilingual support for all women of the military and civilian community who reside in the Hastings and Prince Edward County. Individual sessions are available by appointment to women (and children) who are experiencing stress, tension, domestic violence and/or sexual violence
in their present or past relationships. Women’s Services and therapeutic support groups and programs specifically designed to meet the needs of bilingual military and civilian families are offered through Hélène. She works in conjunction with our mental health team and community partners to offer a wide range of general support and services for clients.
Bilingual Women’s Services
Contact: Janie Pichette, B.A, B.S.W
613-392-2811 ext. 3953 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Family Liaison Officer (FLO) is a Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) social worker who is part of your local Integrated Personnel Support Centre (IPSC) team. The FLO connects the two centres to ensure the widest variety of support is offered to families of military personnel who are coping with an illness or injury, and families of the fallen.
The FLO is available to help families cope with all phases of the member's recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration.
Family Liaison Officer
Contact: Arianne Côte
613-392-2811 ext. 5059 | email@example.com
For CANSOFCOM support, please contact:
613-392-2811 ext. 4081
The MFRC is partnering with the Community Development Council to bring you the Good Food Box and the Good Baby Box. This opportunity is available to everyone in Hastings and Prince Edward County.
CDC's volume discount buying makes it possible for participants to stretch their food dollar and helps to meet the nutritional needs of their family. The more participants we have, the better price CDC can negotiate for the groceries. Your participation will help keep costs low and ensure CDC is able to continue to offer this program to everyone, especially those who depend on it to feed their family.
See the brochure, available at the MFRC, for more details. Please note that the list of contents for each box is a sample only and is subject to change. The aim of the CDC is to provide fresh nutritous food at a reasonable price. Contents will depend on what items are available for a good price and what produce is in season.
Your Good Food Box must be picked up the afternoon of the pick-up date listed below. The MFRC does not have refrigeration for the boxes. If a box is left behind for longer than 24 hours it will be donated to another party. No refunds are issued in this instance.
Please register for your box at the MFRC reception anytime up to the dates below by 3:30 p.m. Payment (cash or debit only) must accompany registration. Please bring your own bags to pick up your produce.
Registration Date Pick up Date
January 7 January 15
February 11 February 19
March 10 March 18
April 7 April 15
May 12 May 20
June 9 June 17
July 7 July 15
August 11 August 19
September 8 September 16
October 13 October 21
November 10 November 18
December 8 December 16
Also the Good Baby Box is now available at the MRFC.
For more information or sample list of contents for the boxes please contact Kameel Sharma:
Welcome! Get to know the Trenton MFRC Mental Health Team and their support staff and what they can offer you. Watch and learn as they introduce themselves and provide you with their views on mental health and what it means to them. They, along with all the staff at the MFRC, are here to listen and help you and your family maintain positive mental health through all the changes and uncertainties we as a community are facing. Please stay safe. (WELCOME VIDEO)
Trenton MFRC: Mental Health Resources
Often family and friends have questions about illnesses like depression, anxiety and Post-traumatic Stress (PTS). We want to offer you a quick source of information to get you started on answering some of these questions. Please click the following links for more information.
PTS is a common, normal, and often adaptive response to experiencing a traumatic or stressful event. Common occurrences, like car accidents, can trigger PTS as well as more unusual events like military combat or kidnapping. Almost everyone who experiences a scary situation will show at least a few signs of post-traumatic stress. (Learn more HERE)
Anxiety is the body's natural reaction to a perceived danger or important event. Anxiety acts as an internal alarm system intended to alert us to danger and can cause immediate feelings of worry, nervousness or unease. Not all anxiety is unhelpful. Anxiety is normal, however becomes problematic when it interferes with daily living. (Learn more HERE)
Depression is a mental illness, not an emotion. Depression impairs social, occupational, and other important areas of functioning.
Someone experiencing depression is grappling with feelings of severe despair over an extended period of time. Depression is the most common of all mood disorders. It is a serious illness and can be recurrent (that is, people may recover but develop another episode later). It affects about 13 percent of Canadian adults at some time in their lives. (Learn more HERE)