The Babysitters Training Course is one of Canada Safety Council’s longest running programs. The course is an ideal community project, which can help prevent injuries and promote the responsible management of common situations that may arise while children are under the care of babysitters. - Canada Safety Council
The Home Alone Program is designed to provide children 10 years of age and older with the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time. It will help them understand how to prevent problems, handle real-life situations, and keep them safe and constructively occupied. - Canada Safety Council
Want to meet other amazing girls your age? No judgements, just real talk with with real experiences facilitated by women from our communities who are fantastic mentors. Call to register for an upcoming circle in your area. Based on the Dove Self Esteem Model
Do you love to read? Come join our book club. We read a book a month and discuss it at the end of each month over snacks and beverages. Call to inquire.
My Tween and Me is a facilitated group program that provides parents and their tweens with the knowledge, tools and support they need during the child’s transition to adolescence. Offered to parents/caregivers and their children aged 7 through 12, the program strengthens parent-child communication and supports parents in building a positive relationship with their tween. - BC Council for Familes
Teaching young people how to deal with the stress and uncertainty of today’s world. Their lives are filled with anxiety, and dramatically high stress levels and what they absorb makes relationships in the future more difficult. Living in a constant state of stress puts a lot of negative pressure on young people’s health and well-being.
Offering limited spaces for supervised Ministry or court ordered supervised access. Also offering Monitored exchange for visitation. Please contact for details and costs. Report writing available through the CAT System. Member of Supervised Visitation Directory.
New Ways for Families® is a method of teaching and reinforcing four simple conflict resolution skills for parents and children. For families going through a separation or divorce, the skills focus on helping parents—even high conflict coparents—work together in making decisions and managing their lives as much as realistically possible.
How Covid 19 has effected us and our teens and how our children need us to be OK during times of stress. 5 Ways to manage Covid 19 stress.
The Period of PURPLE Crying is a new way to help parents understand this time in their baby's life, which is a normal part of every infant's development. It is confusing and concerning to be told your baby "has colic" because it sounds like it is an illness or a condition that is abnormal. Learn why and how its a normal part of baby's growth.
Are you a relative caring for a child in care, or who was? Are you not sure where to find support resources to help you navigate the next steps outside of the legal realm? Do you need help connecting with others in your situation? Our support network is just for you. We offer support circles (Covid dependent), via in person and also in Zoom. Contact us for more information to see if this is a group for you.
This is a book club for women who support and uplift each other. Join us once a month to discuss and review the book of the month. Book titles will be based on women’s issues, rights and activism.
Do you feel a need to be a part of a fantastic group of women, a safe place to share yourself with others who also need a safe place to share, then this is for you. A spiritually uplifting experience, where women gather once a month. This a no cost, no obligation circle. Please call to register for an upcoming circle in your area.
Groups aimed at social issues affecting women. Sharing experiences, mentoring and support.