CAPC Programs

Programs Offered by CAPC

Young Parent Resource Room:
Pregnant or parenting youth find emotional support, practical help and access to basic needs in the informal atmosphere of a Young Parent Resource Room.  Outreach is provided throughout Simcoe County in schools, home and coffee shops ensuring that all pregnant and parenting youth have access to available supports.

Young Parent Supper Club:
Each month more than 60 young parents and their children join together at one or more of the Young Parent Supper Clubs to prepare and share a meal together.  

Parenting Programs:
Each site provides supports to parents to assist in strengthening parenting skills and the parent-child relationship.  

Integration to Canadian Society Program

The Integration to Canadian Society Program assists and supports newcomer parents and their children with the successful integration into Canadian society and the school system.  This program helps parents to recognize their role, their rights, and responsibilities as residents and parents in Canada through a variety of culturally sensitive programs and supports.  Parents gain knowledge through workshops that cover topics such as:  car seat/seatbelt laws, Talk to Your Child in Your First Language, immunization, Getting Ready for K, attendance, high school, early warning letter, etc.  A summer school readiness program is provided to newcomer children entering Junior or Senior Kindergarten in the month of July.
This program is delivered in partnership between Bradford Immigrant and Community Services (BICS) and CAPC Bradford.

Early Learning Programs:
Many of the programs provided by CAPC sites have a specific focus on enhancing children's early learning skills.  Examples of such programs include:

  • Connect with Your Baby
  • You and Your Toddler
  • Preparing for Kindergarten
  • Success in Kindergarten

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