Blessed Trinity students have access to many in school as well as outside community agencies which provide support during difficult times.  

Child Youth Worker - Mrs. K. Perry

The Child Youth Worker at Blessed Trinity provides our students with social/emotional support during difficult times. Students often will be referred to an outside agency for support. Within the school setting, she facilitates such programs as: Bereavement Support Group, Breakfast and Lunch Club, High on Life (preventative program for drug and alcohol issues), OSAID and Safe Schools Team.

School Public Health Nurse - Ms. J. Larocque

The school nurse will be in the school once a week. Any student wishing to speak to her about specific health issues or other medical concerns can make an appointment in the main office. All information discussed is strictly confidential.

School Chaplaincy Leader - Ms. M. Davis

Blessed Trinity is fortunate to have a chaplain full time to serve as a spiritual animator within our Catholic community. The Chaplaincy Leader co-ordinates and facilitates activities and celebrations which foster the growth of every student as an individual in the community.

Community Addictions Services of Niagara - Mrs. J. Baker

The addictions counselor is available twice a month, at Blessed Trinity, for students who may be struggling with an addiction. She can also be contacted by email - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . For general information go to . This is a confidential service made available to us through Community Addiction Services of Niagara.

Kids Help Phone Line

Provides toll-free, 24 hour, bilingual and anonymous phone counseling to young people of Canada 1-800-668-6868

Contact Niagara

Contact Niagara Resource Coordinators identify appropriate local resources for children who experience emotional and behavioral difficulties. 1-800-933-3617