Family Resource Networks, funded through Children’s Services, deliver prevention and early intervention services and supports for children aged 0-18, through a provincial network of community –based service providers. Through a ‘hub and spoke’ model of service delivery, FRN hubs organize and coordinate services in their geographic areas and in various cultural communities. These services are provided either directly by a hub, through spoke services, or collaboratively with informal and formal community partners.
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The SPEC Hub is part of the Family Resource Network (FRN) providing information, referral and service navigation for families who have children 0 – 18yrs. The FRN supports expectant parents, families, caregivers and communities to support the safety and resiliency of infants, children, and youth within nurturing and supportive environments. Program and services will:
- support child safety, well-being
- child/youth development
- and strengthen parenting and caregiver knowledge.
Bridges In-Home Support offers in home information, support and advocacy services to families. (0-18yrs)
Child & Youth Skill Development programs which are evidence-based and focus on sessions that build supportive and nurturing relationships with opportunities to develop self-confidence, self-awareness, and self-esteem. (7-18yrs)
Parents As Teachers promotes early development, learning and health of children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers through home visitation. (0-6yrs)
Parent Education builds parenting confidence and skills by providing individual and group parenting programs information and support ie: Triple P. (0-18yrs)
Youth Connections offers after-school drop-in programs that provide engaging and safe activities to strengthen their connections with peers, family, and community. (7-18yrs)