GDCI Student Services
GDCI has two school counsellors who can assist students with a variety of academic, career and personal needs. Appointments can be booked in the Student Services office.
We are fortunate to have a variety of community service partners who assist our students on a regular basis.
We have a Child and Youth Worker who assists students with school related concerns. Similar services can be obtained at the Maitland Valley Medical Centre by doctor referral.
We have an addictions counsellor who supports students with addiction issues. Addictions may relate to a variety of things including drugs, alcohol and technology. Our addictions counsellor is at our school on Mondays and Wednesdays. Students can self-refer or go through our guidance counsellors.
Our public health nurse who can assist students with many mental and physical health issues. The nurse can also assist with sexual health concerns. Our health nurse is at the school on alternate Wednesdays. Students can book appointments or use the drop in service. Health Information for parents of Grade 7-12 students.
Safe Homes is a service for students between the ages of 16 – 18. It can be accessed to provide temporary or long term shelter for youth in crisis. Students should see a guidance counsellor if they believe that they would benefit from this service.
Crisis Intervention Program is a 24 hour service which is available to youth and adults in crisis. We strongly recommend students and/or parents to call the Crisis line in time of need at 1-888-829-7484.
Kids Help Phone is a 24 hour help-line for students. They can be accessed by phone at 1-800-668-6868 or online at KidsHelpPhone.ca.