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  1. Online information about potential poisons around the house such as: Food poisoning Halloween safety Holiday safety Household poisons Medication safety Poisoning prevention for seniors Staying safe during power outages
  2. Engages students with interactive activities to build skills that increase their personal safety and reduce their risk of victimization online and in the real world.
  3. KidsGrief.caProvided by: Canadian Virtual Hospice - AKA: Portail Palliatif Canadien
    Helps parents and other adults support and talk to children about serious illness, dying, and the death of someone they know.
  4. Parents experiencing issues around child custody and access and child support arrangements can access the services of a neutral third-party mediator. Includes: Identifying the issues underlying the dispute Identifying what is in the best interest of the ch...
  5. Serves as an independent representative of the child(ren) involved in high-conflict custody cases. The Children's Lawyer may become involved in cases in the following ways: Parents involved in a custody care can ask for a judge to make a referral The Child...
  6. Free program provides information to parents who are separating, divorcing or parenting from two homes. Applicants are screened to ensure that co-parents are registered for separate groups. Topics covered include but are not limited to: Positive parenting Mana...
  7. Free school-based program for children who are experiencing changes in their lives due to parental separation, divorce or parenting from two homes. Trained facilitators work with school guidance counselors to guide children through age-appropriate activities a...
  8. Provides a safe neutral way for separated or divorced parents to have supervised visitation time with their child(ren) or to arrange drop-off and pick-up when the children are switching from one parent's household to the other's.COVID-19 UPDATE: No drop-in vis...
  9. Provides help to children with moderate to severe behavioural difficulties and their families. Types of support may include: Group programs for children and parents Parent education, treatment and support Presentations and workshops Assessment and treatment pl...
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