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  1. Helps people in Canada re-establish contact with immediate family members after separation due to armed conflict, natural disasters, migration and other humanitarian crises.
  2. An online bilingual database with local child and youth programs in nine different categories including: Counselling and Mental Health Support Violence and Abuse Support Health Housing and Homelessness Support Jobs and Money Support Indigenous Support Services...
  3. Resource kits are available on a variety of topics including: Miscarriages and Stillborn Mother's Mental Health and Postpartum Divorce and Separation Parenting Kits Children with Disabilities Potty Training
  4. Resource KitsProvided by: Family Place - AKA: East Prince Community Coalition, Kids R First Family Resource Centre
    Resource kits available on a variety of topics including: Prenatal Welcome Baby Breastfeeding Nutrition Home-Life Balance Parenting Separation and Divorce Literacy (RAPP Kits)
  5. Parenting SupportProvided by: Island Pregnancy Care and Support Services - AKA: Island Pregnancy Centre
    Staff help answer questions from parents and expecting parents. They have access to a variety of resources including: Interactive learning tools Books and pamphlets References to other community centres Parenting classes when there is interest in a specific to...
  6. Parenting SupportProvided by: Island Pregnancy Care and Support Services - AKA: Island Pregnancy Centre
    Staff help answer questions from parents and expecting parents. They have access to a variety of resources including: Interactive learning tools Books and pamphlets References to other community centres Parenting classes when there is interest in a specific to...
  7. Parenting ResourcesProvided by: Families East Resource Centre - AKA: Main Street Family Resource Centre
    Provides information on a variety of useful resources for parenting related topics. Can make referrals and help navigate community resources. 
  8. Parents/guardians can sign-up for an online registry of the licensed early learning and child cares across PEI. The registry places their children on a waiting list for the chosen centres.