Child and Family Services Program

Provided by: Mi'kmaq Confederacy of PEI - AKA: MCPEI; Mi'kmaq Confederacy

Service Description

Provides support and prevention services to assist Mi'kmaq families who are experiencing or at risk of experiencing difficulties at home that could impact the overall safety and wellbeing of their children. There are two components to the program:
  • Mi'kmaq PRIDE Family Program: Family support and prevention program for children, youth and families living on-reserve
  • Designated Representative: A person designated by the Band Council to represent the Band respecting Aboriginal children as per the PEI Child Protection Act. (for families living on or off reserve)

Information

Eligibility:
Mi'kmaq PRIDE Family Program: Indigenous children, youth and families living on reserve
Designated Representative: Indigenous children, youth and families living on or off reserve
Fees:
No fees
How to Access:
People can self-refer or referrals can be submitted by other service providers
Documents Required:
Not applicable for self-referrals * Service providers must submit a completed referral form with the consent of the individual being referred
Program Email:
Program Phone Numbers:
Language:
English
Website:
Coverage Area:
PRIDE Program available in Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations * Designated Representative available to help people across Prince Edward Island

Service Locations & Contact Info