Programs for families who are experiencing difficulties with parenting. We support families in discovering ways to find their own solutions and make positive choices regarding parent/child relationships.
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.
The Family Support program is here to support both parents and children/youth.
If you are experiencing difficulties with parenting and feel you need some supports, we can help.
We will work with you to model parenting skills, problem solve, healthy communication and strategies to enhance the family relationship
Dads chat is our regular, weekly, drop in program.
No registration required!
Come chat about life, sports, relationships, parenting, and whatever else comes to mind.
Meet some other Princeton and area dads striving to build strong families.
Open to any dad.
Through our Family Support Program we spend time one on one with the children and youth building a trusting and supportive relationship.
We provide guidance to support their personal growth and development.
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.
Guidance is provided to support personal growth, development or situational change.
We provide direct goal-orientated services to address the needs of the child.
Referrals through the Ministry of Children and Youth are needed to access this program.
Intended for parents of children ages 0-6.
Meet with other parents to talk and learn about your child's feelings, development, behaviours, body and safety. This group is yours to exchange parenting ideas, successes and struggles.
Parents Supporting Parents
Intended for parents of pre-teens and teens.
Meet with other parents to find supportive and practical ways to help guide your child through their teens. Generate ideas to help them understand ways to control their feelings and actions. This group is a safe place to share your experiences and appreciate this time in your child's life while taking care of yourself.
These programs run two times a year. Call us for more information and dates.
This program assists women and their children to find a safe place to stay when leaving an abusive environment.
Remember to call 911 if you need immediate help!
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