Category Archives: Support Programming

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Young Parents Support Group

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This is an ongoing support group for young parents up to the age of 26, and meets weekly on Wednesday afternoons with a light meal provided. CAP-C Childminding for children ages 0-6 available. Group runs September until the end of June. To register please contact Karen Stoddard-Hughes at fsf@familyed.bc.ca or call 604-467-6055

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Strengthening Families Together

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For family members of people with serious mental illness, focusing on the major psychiatric disorders.  Taught by a trained family members in a supportive environment. To register please contact Nancy Friesen at 604-720-3935 or email nfriesen@bcss.org

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Immigrant Parenting Program

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Immigrant Parenting Program:  This program will inform and educate parents about parenting as immigrants in Canada.  Interactive sessions will feature topics including common concerns, cultural considerations, coping with immigration stress as a family unit, parenting values, parenting styles, and social pressures among others in the new program. Free childminding is available for ages 0-6. Registration […]

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Mental Health Family & Friends-Information Group

Supportive families are essential to a person’s recovery from mental illness and substance use problems. Family members can include spouses, mothers, fathers, siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, neighbours, co-workers, and so on – anyone who truly loves and cares for someone experiencing mental health concerns. Family members have an important role and provide emotional […]

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