Since 1972, The Counselling Centre of East Algoma (CCEA) has offered confidential counselling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups throughout the East Algoma catchment area.
CCEA relies on funding and donations from the government and community. The Centre gratefully acknowledges funding from the Ministry of Community and Social Services, Ministry of the Attorney General and the North East Local Health Integration Network.
The centre is governed by a local board of directors, and is run by a professionally trained team of counsellors, whom together have over 60 years of clinical experience.
The Counselling Centre of East Algoma is committed to promoting healthy solutions to individual and family problems through professional counselling programs and community education.
We strive to…
- provide interventions based on recognized best practices;
- continually improve our services; and
- hold ourselves accountable to the highest administrative practices.
We hope to…
- help you along your journey, and enhance your life as you seek to thrive and grow.
Board Members (Oct. 1 2013 to September 1, 2017)
- Cindy Britton-Foster - Chair
- Tammi Beeson - Vice Chair
- Anna Lee Buck - Treasure
- Vince Ucci
- Brian Beauchamp
- Rev. Henk Willems
- Lara Hukezalie
- Mark Hutchinson
Offering confidential counselling services to individuals, couples, families, and groups from Spanish to Iron Bridge (along the North Shore corridor) including Elliot Lake.
It is your right with a written request to access your personal information in the files and records at CCEA, and to add or correct information. Professional assessments and opinions cannot be changed.
It is your right to raise questions and concerns or formalize complaints regarding the services received without fear of reprisal or discrimination by any staff member at CCEA. Please advise your counsellor or speak with the Executive Director (705-848-2585).
It is your right to receive services without discrimination due to race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, record of offences*, marital status, family status, physical and mental handicap, economic condition, or cultural affiliation or political affiliation.
*Counselling related to some criminal offences are not offered through this agency, as specialized training is required to provide appropriate service.