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Our Health Recovery Consultant

As health recovery consultant with the Outreach team, I work to facilitate connections and services to Outreach students and families.

ALBERTA EDUCATION CORE COURSES

Health Recovery

Individual and Relationship Health

 

Maintaining our personal and relationship health has physical, mental and spiritual components.  If our physical health is out of sync, mental and spiritual health become out of balance, and that is when our emotions can feel overwhelming and our thoughts can become distorted.

 

My major role as a health recovery consultant is that of a liaison or human link between school and home and community.  While social and emotional wellness are a part of this, the health recovery scope is wider and less school specific than other Health and Wellness areas.  

 

I can assist students and their families get connected with and actually physically go to organizations that provide services such as inpatient or outpatient mental health or treatment programs, medical appointments, government programs such as Alberta Works or Children's Services, or off-site resources related to employment.

 

If you want to talk to me, you can email me at rejena.miles@spschools.org, phone me at 780-458-0839, or stop by my office.

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Addictions Counsellor

Alberta Health Services

Jenn Bolin

As our Addiction Counsellor, Jenn works with students from diverse backgrounds who have various addictions struggles such as drug, alcohol, gambling and gaming to name a few. She is also available to meet with students who may have family members who struggle with addiction issues.

 

Jenn is on site at Outreach every Tuesday from 8:30-3:30. She accepts drop-ins or appointments can be set up through her directly or by contacting either the principal (Denise) or counsellor (Cristin).

As an Addiction Counsellor, I work with students who struggle with addiction issues such as drug, alcohol, gambling and gaming.