Episode 16: Season 2- Family Resource Centers- Helping NB Families live their best life

By: Andrew Holloway
Published January 6, 2019
Thirteen Family Resource Centres, funded through the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC), and Education & Early Childhood Development (EECD) operate in New Brunswick . They are governed by community Board of Directors. The Centre’s programs cover the province through a network of more than 90 outreach sites, many in isolated rural areas.

Thirteen Family Resource Centres, funded through the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC), and Education & Early Childhood  Development (EECD) operate in New Brunswick . They are governed by community Board of Directors. The Centre’s programs cover the province through a network of more than 90 outreach sites, many in isolated rural areas.

Family Resource Centres offer a variety of free programs and activities for  parents and their children ages 0 – 6, including drop-ins, parent education and support groups, collective kitchens, prenatal & postnatal nutrition programs, toy and resource-lending libraries and programs to promote parent-child communication and bonding, family literacy and child development and safety.

The Centres work with several partners including Active Kids, HEPAC, literacy, education, family and health organizations.

Published January 6, 2019
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