An organization that is recognized as the national leader in the field of Agricultural Behavioral Health (ABH) in Canada.2
P.O Box 550
Toll-free help line:
The Farm Family Support Centre offers free and confidential consultation and referral service for Nova Scotian farm families seeking assistance in financial counselling, legal services, goal-setting, interpersonal relationships, anger and stress management, psychological counselling, non-family dispute, resolutions, marriage counselling and children/teen conflicts.
c/o PEI Federation of
Farm Centre, 420 University Ave., Suite 110
Phone: 1-800-736-8006 or 902-894-8006
The Farmer counselling Program is sponsored by the PEI Federation of Agriculture and the PEI Dept of Agriculture. It is a contracted service with 3 professional social workers/ psychologists. They provide a full range of short-term counselling (individual stress, marital, job conflict, mental health, etc.) for farmers and farm families who are members of the Federation of Agriculture. Confidentiality is maintained under the Professional’s Code of Practice.
The MFRSS provides information, support, counselling and referrals to farmers, farm families, and other rural Manitobans through our toll-free help line. We also offer in-person counselling, on-line counselling, outreach and education programs.
To provide confidential peer telephone counselling, support, information and referral services that respond to the needs of rural people, families and communities. Whether it is information, conflict or crisis the first step is communication. Call before the problem becomes a crisis. We are people who understand the difficulties farm and ranch families face because we have lived the experience.
1 Agricultural producers are farmers, ranchers, immediate family, and their agricultural employees.
2 Agricultural Behavioural Health acknowledges the unique culture of agricultural producers (and their families), encompassing the social, economic, and environmental preconditions that can influence behaviour and subsequently personal health and well-being , inclusive of mind, body and spirit. It also acknowledges the health and well-being of the social/community network that supports the primary agricultural sector.