Toll Free Number: 1-866-682-4135
Business Phone: 306-682-4135
Agency Email: email@example.com
Primary Clients: Everyone
Interpersonal Violence and Abuse
Child and Family Services
Positive Parenting Program
Support, Information, Referrals, Coordination of Services
Open to public: Monday-Thursday 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
The agency is accessible to clients with disabilities.
Programs and Services Offered:
Prevention and Support Services: What does the Prevention and Support Program do?
We provide support to our communities in the following ways:
- Confidential short term crisis counseling, and referrals to community resources
- Crisis services and suicide intervention
- Safety planning and education regarding interpersonal violence and abuse
- Workshops on the prevention and education of interpersonal violence and abuse
- Advocacy services
- Education and information on Parenting
- Presentations to agencies, groups, schools or businesses (bullying, cyber bullying, elder abuse, interpersonal violence, and self-harm to name just a few.)
Triple P Program (Positive Parenting Program)
- The 3 P’s of “Triple P” are Positive Parenting Program
- This is a program for ANY parent/caregiver with children ages 0-12
- This is a program for ANY parent/caregiver who needs some extra help and/or support with parenting.
- This is an evidenced base parenting program that has been proven to work for parents who are struggling to deal with the day to day challenges of parenting.
- Feel free to check out the Triple P website as well triplep-parenting.net for any information or success stories from parents!
Family Support Program: Who does our Family Support Program help?
- The Family Support Program is a voluntary program provides in-home support and education to parents whose children are in, or are at risk of coming into, the care of the Ministry of Social Services.
- The Family support program also provides support and education to parents who have self-identified the need to increase the knowledge of healthy parenting practices.
- The program aims to increase a families ties in the community, provide them with information about healthy parenting habits and practices and increases their understanding of risks to their children
- Referral to the program can come from many avenues including Ministry of Social services Child Protection and Income Assistance Branches, health care providers, schools, Community based organizations, family members and the individuals themselves.
Programming that has been offered includes:
- Women’s Creative Group
- Coffee Club
- Rainbow Coffee (LGBT Coffee Group)
- Anger Management Course
- Bullying Presentations
- Community Identified Support Groups