Fisher Assistance Program

What is the Fisher Assistance Program?  The Fisher Assistance Program (FAP) is a service that provides confidential, professional counseling services to fishers and their families.  The program recognizes that some problems can affect home life and work performance.  When this happens, help may be required in resolving these problems through the assistance of a trained professional counselor.  These counselors are trained to provide short-term counseling or refer you to other professional services and resources in the community.

Who qualifies?  All PEIFA members that hold independent core fishing licenses and their families.

What kind of problems does the FAP help resolve?  The FAP helps you deal with a wide range of problems that affect your personal well being and work performance.  These problems may include work or family pressures, job stress, alcohol or drug dependency, marital problems, children’s issues or other conflicts.  The FAP counselors have a wide range of experience in a variety of problem areas including:


For more information visit Prince Edward Island Fishermen’s Association

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