Community Programs and Global Initiatives
Proulx Foundation in collaboration with Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA)
Queen Alexandra Hospital
The Ledger House program is a two-fold project that has been running for two years at the residential facility at Queen Alexandra Centre for Children’s Health. CiiAT Registered Art Therapists provide on-site therapeutic arts training to clinical staff for children and youth at Ledger House. In addition, CiiAT provides weekly art therapy services to two groups of children and youth.
This program is an island-wide resource and has had overwhelmingly positive response from Ledger House staff in training evaluations. Staff members feel that they are better equipped to support the mental health of their charges as well as themselves.
Virtual Art Therapy Clinic
Proulx Foundation Initiative
At the Virtual Art Therapy Clinic, we connect clients with our graduating student therapists. The clinic is entirely online and is accessible, confidential, and available to the global community. We have student therapists from all over the world who are able to speak a variety of languages.
Thanks to the Proulx Foundation, we are able to offer affordable art therapy sessions by donation.
Access mental health services from the comfort of your own home. Please visit the clinic website for more information.