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  1. Provides a variety of classes, including: Mommy and Me Book Club Family Friendly Meals (take home information, tips, ingredients, and recipes for healthy and quick meals) Music and craft programs Self-esteem program for kids Programs to promote physical activi...
  2. Family SupportProvided by: Prince Edward Island Association for Community Living - AKA: ACL; PEIACL; PEI Association for Community Living
    Provides support and services to families of people living with intellectual disabilities. Includes: Staff visits families to provide information and assess individual needs Helping connect families to services and supports in the community Parent support netw...
  3. Provides specialized and comprehensive support for families with missing children through one-on-one support, group sessions, peer-led conversations, and seminars.The program can help by: Providing support through the reunification process Helping to identify ...
  4. Handle With CareProvided by: Families East Resource Centre - AKA: Main Street Family Resource Centre
    Interactive mental health program for children offered in a group setting. Delivered to parents/guardians and caregivers, including those who work in early childhood settings, to promote the mental health of children from birth to 6 years. Includes four buildi...
  5. Handle with CareProvided by: Cap Enfants I-P-E - AKA: Children's Action Coalition
    A set of simple interactive strategies designed to help parents and educators promote the mental health of children from birth to six years.
  6. Healthy Babies ClubProvided by: Cap Enfants I-P-E - AKA: Children's Action Coalition
    Designed to offer parents of infants and soon-to-be parents, the opportunity to interact with other parents while at the same time developing emotional ties with their baby. Sessions include socialization, talks from professionals about baby development stages...
  7. Home VisitsProvided by: Cap Enfants I-P-E - AKA: Children's Action Coalition
    Provides home visits for parents of young children who need support.
  8. 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...
  9. Helps young parents prepare to find new or higher paying jobs and improve their lives through a 12-week life management, employment and parenting skills program. Participants will: Take part in classroom learning and experiences/activities  Identify their stre...
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