Programs & Services



Baby’s Best Chance Pregnancy Outreach

The Baby’s Best Chance Pregnancy Outreach Program is a province-wide program that provides services for pregnant women and teens with lifestyle challenges or at risk of having at risk of having low birth weight babies. Services are offered in Fort St. John and Dawson Creek.

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Community Based Victim Services

The Community Based Victim Services program offers emotional support, court preparation and accompaniment, and assistance in completion of forms to women, children, and men in the Fort St John area who have been victims of sexual and/or violent crimes.

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Daddy & Me Program

FREE Activities for children aged 1-6 and their dads, grandpas, uncles & caregivers.

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Domestic Peace Program

This program is for parents/caregivers and their children who have become involved with MCFD child protective services due to the unhealthy or controlling behaviours they are using or experiencing in their family relationships.

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Family Advancement

The Family Advancement program provides counselling and support for school aged children and adolescents with anxiety, grief, behaviour, relationship, communication, and anger difficulties.

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Family Preservation

The Family Preservation program provides support to children and families in Fort St John, Dawson Creek and areas who are referred by the Ministry for Children and Family Development.

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Foster Parent Recruitment, Retention and Support

The Foster Parent Support program is dedicated to providing support for foster parents.

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Homelessness Prevention Program

This program provides services to help people who are living in absolute homelessness, hidden homelessness (temporary housing), or who are at-risk of homelessness (temporarily housed, couch surfing, or soon to be evicted). We aim to connect clients with housing options and the support needed to help them move up through the housing continuum.

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Meaope Transition House

The Meaope Transition House program provides safe shelter, meals, and short-term support to women and their children who are experiencing family violence, personal crisis, or are at risk due to homelessness.

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Mother Goose Program

This program offers a group experience for parents and their infants and/or toddlers, focusing on personal interaction through rhymes, stories, and song. Parents gain skills and confidence which can enable them to create positive family patterns during their child’s crucial early years. Children benefit from healthy early experiences with language and communication.

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PEACE Program for Children and Youth Experiencing Violence

The PEACE Program for Children and Youth Experiencing Violence program provides individual and group counselling for children 3 – 18 years of age who have experienced or witnessed violence, threats, or abuse in the home.

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Sexual Abuse Intervention

The Sexual Abuse Intervention Program provides services to children and youth who have been victims of sexual abuse.

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Strengthening Families

The Strengthening Families program is a free 14 week multi-cultural family skills training program for families with children aged 6-12 years old. Parenting skills are enhanced so that parents are able to meet the needs of their children and improve sibling, parental, and family relationships.

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Supported Independent Living Program for Youth

The Supported Independent Living program assists youth in Fort St John and Dawson Creek to become independent during the transition into adulthood.

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Teaching Home Support

The Teaching Home Support program provides household management as well as training in household management when needed. The program serves families referred by the Ministry for Children and Family Development in the Fort St. John, Dawson Creek, Chetwynd and Tumbler Ridge areas.

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Women’s Counselling (Stopping the Violence)

This Women’s Counselling program provides counselling for women ages 19+, in Fort St John and area, who have experienced sexual assault, any form of violence or abuse in a relationship, child abuse, and/or childhood violence.

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Women’s Outreach

The Women’s Outreach program provides emotional support and practical assistance to women in the Fort St John area who have experienced violence, abuse, or threats within the previous 6 months.

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Youth Fort St. John (YFSJ)

This program provides positive role models for youth through facilitated group and individual activities designed to enhance the youth’s social and emotional life skills and improve the quality of their relationships at home, at school, at work and in the community.

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Youth Justice Act

This program provides individual, family, and group counselling for youth in the Fort St John and Dawson Creek areas who are involved in the Criminal Justice System.

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