MFRC Resources & Services

Wellness Resources & Services

Diverse Abilities

The Family Navigator Coordinator at the Esquimalt MFRC offers one-to-one support for Canadian Armed Forces families with a family member with extra needs. This person can:
  • develop a support plan for persons with diverse needs
  • work together with someone to create a plan for upcoming deployments
  • provide support for people who are caring for an elderly family member
  • help families prepare when they are posting in or out of Greater Victoria
  • help families navigate the education or health care system and local resources during a relocation or new diagnosis
  • advocate for services for a family
Need assistance? Give the MFRC a call at 250-363-2640.

Emergency Services

The MFRC Emergency Services Program offers support and resources to individuals and families during unforeseen emergencies. Call the MFRC at 250-363-2640 (toll free: 1-800-353-3329).

Short-term Counselling

Individuals, couples and families can access counselling sessions at the MFRC in a confidential atmosphere of support. Registered social workers and clinical counsellors provide support with stress, relationship issues, parenting challenges, the military lifestyle plus much more. The MFRC also provides quality referrals to outside counselling resources and specialized support services. Call 250-363-2640 for details.

Triple P – One on One Consultation

Triple P offers one-on-one consultations to support you with implementing strategies and techniques that promote positive parenting. We have the ability to support children from toddler age up to the age of 15. For more information, please call your MFRC at 250-363-2640 (toll free: 1-800-353-3329).

Veteran Family Program                         

The MFRC’s mandate now includes medically-released veterans and their families for a two-year period after they release from the Canadian Armed Forces. The MFRC can provide:
  • One-on-one support navigating the civilian health care, employment, and mental health systems
  • Help finding appropriate community resources for a family member
  • Short-term counselling or social work services
  • Transition programs and workshops
If you need assistance, call the MFRC at 250-363-2640 to speak to the Veteran Family Coordinator.