Children and Caregivers

Funded by the Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General & The Public Health Agency of Canada


We provide groups for children and their caregivers. These groups help children to develop their communication skills and foster their interest in developmentally appropriate activities and increase their social contacts. Caregivers explore community resources, learn how to promote healthy family relationships, and become aware of cross-cultural differences in parenting. Our individual and group counselling services focus on facilitating communication between family members, and between families and other agencies and institutions.

                                                                       Community Action Program for Children and Caregivers (CAPC)

                                                                                                CAPC helps promotes the healthy development of young children from birth to age 6, who face challenges that put their health at risk, by;

    Types of Support: 

  Trauma Counselling for Children Affected by Family Violence (PEACE )

                       Our PEACE program stands for Prevention, Education, Advocacy,Counselling, and Empowerment. It's available
                  to children and youth ages 3 – 18who have been exposed to domestic violence.
                     This program focuses on improving the child/youth’s emotional health and self-esteem and strives to:

Children's Programs Brochure


Mother and Child Painting by Nora Pitrich

"Let’s Work Together To End Family Violence."

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