Princeton Family Services Society is a non-profit organization, incorporated in 1977. Has been providing services to the children and families in our community for 45 years.
The Society contracts through various ministries and agencies.
Princeton Family Services Society works to support children and families in the community to reach their fullest potential and greatest level of independence.
The PEACE program offers individual and group counselling to children and youth 3-18 years of age who have witnessed serious family conflict.
Offers confidential individual and group counselling for women who have experienced domestic abuse.
A space that is open to all families in Princeton and area where children 0-6 years old and their parents/caregivers can learn, play, laugh, be curious, make friends and engage with others.
Prenatal/Postnatal information and support is offered through Princeton Family Place
A home based service for children birth to 6 years of age
This program is designed to provide service to children and their families to optimize the child's development.
The family support program is an outreach service to children, youth and their families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting and who are potentially at risk of family or placement breakdown.
Our aim is to support families in discovering ways to find their own solutions, make positive choices and decisions around their situation.
Child Youth Special Needs program provides activities provided to maintain or prompt a change in the behaviour, condition or functioning of children, youth and their families.
Referrals through the Ministry of Children and Youth are needed to access this program.
This program assists women and their children to find a safe place to stay when leaving an abusive environment.
Please call 911 if you need immediate help!
The aim of the Outreach Program is to support our physicians in strengthening our health care system.
The Outreach Worker connects clients with community resources and primary care services.
The Outreach Worker provides social services to people in our community that are referred to the program through our local physicians.