Behavioural Support Team for Children offers behavioural support to children aged 4-12 who have moderate to severe behavioural difficulties. A team of professionals including a psychologist, social workers, and a youth worker work will children, parents/guardians and other systems including daycares, schools and group homes across PEI.

 

Telephone
1-902-368-4430

The Center Cap enfants offers a variety of child and parent focused programs and services to families who want to give themselves the means to help the development and well-being of their children. Specific services offered changes depending on the needs expressed but regularly focuses on promoting physical activity, providing a space for parents to share their experiences, and supporting new parents.

Address
4 Rue Commercial
Wellington
C0B 2E0
Telephone
902-854-2123
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CHANCES (Caring, Helping, And Nurturing, Children Every Step) is a non-profit, charitable organization, that exists to provide a range of child development and parent support services to children from 0-11 years and their families, particularly those experiencing additional life challenges. Services include pre and post natal care, at home family check-ins, parent information sessions, and early learning, before and after school programming.

Address
77 Upper Prince Street
Charlottetown
C1A 4S6
Telephone
902-892-8744
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Coping Power Program For Parents is a 15-Week preventative intervention program delivered to parents of children in late elementary to middle school. The program uses skills-based training to improve self-regulation, social competance and positive parental involvement.

Telephone
1-902-368-4430

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-687-7110
Location
Souris

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-838-0960
Location
Montague

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Charlottetown
Telephone
902-368-4120

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Summerside
Telephone
902-888-8380

Offered in both group and individual sessions, CRAFT is an evidence-based program for teaching families, parents, and concerned significant others to support getting‎ their loved ones into treatment. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-853-8670
Location
Alberton

The Families East Centre acts as a bridge to other social supports in the area. They work at removing barriers to participation by offering help with transportation and Child care. We are a safe, non-judgemental location to come and strive to ensure everyone feels welcome here. Families East partners with other service providers such as the Best Start program, Public Health, Libraries and other support groups.

Address
40 Lower Rollo Bay Road
Souris
C0A 2B0 Kings
Telephone
902-687-3928
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Families First, previously known as Carousel, began in 1994 to help promote the emotional, physical, intellectual and social well-being of children aged 0-6 and their families. This is done by offering a variety of programs and services, such as parent-child play groups, field trips, special events, clothing exchanges and cooking groups. At Families First, parents can find information, support, friendships and opportunities to help one another with the very important job of raising a family.

Address
140 Sackville Street
Montague
C0A 1R0 Kings
Telephone
902-838-4600
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The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-687-7110
Location
Souris

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-838-0960
Location
Montague

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Charlottetown
Telephone
902-368-4120

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Summerside
Telephone
902-888-8380

The Famiy Aftercare Group is available to those who have completed the Family Education Program and is offered bi-weekly. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-853-8670
Location
Alberton

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-687-7110
Location
Souris

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-838-0960
Location
Montague

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Charlottetown
Telephone
902-368-4120

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Address
Summerside
Telephone
902-888-8380

Family Education Program is an eight (8) week program for adults who have a family member or friend with an addiction. Contact your local Community Addictions Services office for more information.

Telephone
902-853-8670
Location
Alberton

Family Place is a not-for-profit community based organization offering a comprehensive range of programs and services for families with children from conception to age twelve. We offer weekly play groups, Reggio Inspired preschool program (#L4466), parenting workshops and sessions, prenatal and postnatal programs, breastfeeding support, breast pump loan, resource library, a clothing exchange, newborn literacy bags (Books for Babies), and so much more!

Address
75 Central Street
Summerside
C1N 3L2 Prince
Telephone
902-436-1348
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Incredible Years Parenting Program is a 15-week training program for parents that aims to reduce challenging behaviours in children and increase social emotional learning and self-control skills. During the program, parents will learn to promote positive behaviours in their children, manage their child’s disruptive behaviours, strengthen parent-child interactions and attachment and learn coping skills for parents. This group is offered at the same time their child attends the Dinosaur Treatment School Program. Parents will learn what their children are working on, and therefore help them practice at home.

Telephone
1-902-368-4430

The INSIGHT Program is a youth mental health day treatment program that is delivered by a team of health and education professionals who work with youth aged 13-18, their families and schools to reduce the day-to-day impact of mental health problems or illnesses on their lives. The INSIGHT Team works with youth across the province who experience significant and persistent primary mood, anxiety, and/or psychotic disorders as defined by DSM-V.

Telephone
902-620-3956

Kids West Inc is a family resource centre that focuses on children 0-12 years of age and their moms, dads, and caregivers. They offer programs that provide support, resources, information and training to parents and their children. These resources are made available to residents of West Prince. While we are based our of Alberton, we offer outreach services to Tignish, O’Leary, & Tyne Valley.

Address
630 Main Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0 Prince
Telephone
902-853-4066
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The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI delivers recreation, education, employment, health, and family support services, among others, on behalf of the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations, as well as to the broader Indigenous community on PEI.

Address
200 Read Drive
Summerside
C1N 5N7
Telephone
902-436-5101
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The Mi’kmaq Confederacy of PEI delivers recreation, education, employment, health, and family support services, among others, on behalf of the Lennox Island and Abegweit First Nations, as well as to the broader Indigenous community on PEI.

Address
199 Grafton Street
Charlottetown
C1A 1L2
Telephone
902-626-2882
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The Mi’kmaq Family Resource Centre offers a variety of services including, drop-in play sessions, health and nutrition programs, and pre and post natal supports, among others, that promote the health and well being of Aboriginal young children and their parents, guardians, care givers in Prince Edward Island.

Address
158 St. Peter’s Road
Charlottetown
C1A 5P8
Telephone
902-892-0928
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The Native Council of PEI provides a wide range of supports and services to status and non-status indigenous people living off reserve. Programs include those focused on supporting Indigenous people with gaining meaningful employment, revitalizing mi’kmaq culture, and obtaining appropriate housing.

Address
6 FJ McAulay Court
Charlottetown
C1A 9M7
Telephone
902-892-5314
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An online PDF containing all information pertaining to self-help and additional community services for pregnant women and new parents. This PDF contains online self-help resources as well as various community resources with their contact information, websites with different tools and videos.

PEERS Alliance offers peer support programming for 2SLGBTQ+ Adults, free sexual health supplies and resources, and free safer use resources in their mission to reduce stigma and promote harm reduction strategies.

Address
161 St. Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 9E3
Telephone
902-566-2437
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The PEI Transgender Network is a supportive network of people who are allies to the PEI transgender community that shares resources, information, and provides peer support through both online platforms and in-person meetings.

Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) is a helpful, practical and easy-to-use approach for parents with a focus on positive parenting techniques. The program empowers all parents with skills and knowledge to effectively address day-to-day minor parenting challenges or more serious behavioural issues. Discussion groups cover topics such as dealing with disobedience; manage fighting and aggression; hassle-free shopping and developing good bedtime routines. Triple P programming may be offered individually or in groups.

Telephone
902-368-6762

Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
17 Knights Avenue
Souris
C0A 2B0
Telephone
902-687-7049
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
126 Douses Road
Montague
C0A 1R0
Telephone
902-838-0762
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
161 St Peters Road
Charlottetown
C1A 7N8
Telephone
902-368-4530
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
55 Victoria Street
Kensington
C0B 1M0
Telephone
902-888-8160
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
205 Linden Avenue
Summerside
C1N 2K4
Telephone
902-888-8160
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
14 MacKinnon Drive
O’Leary
C0B 1V0
Telephone
902-859-8720
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfeeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
248 Phillip Street
Tignish
C0B 2B0
Telephone
902-882-7366
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
48 Mill Road
Wellington
C0B 2E0
Telephone
902-854-7259
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
6005 Route 12
Tyne Valley
C0B 1P0
Telephone
902-854-7259
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Public Health Nurses provide a variety of services to support maternal, child and family health; communicable disease; school health; and health promotion. Beyond physical health care they can also provide support for planning a pregnancy; pregnancy and post partum mood disorders; breastfreeding drop-in clinics; family life education and much more. There are also additional programs for new parents of infants from birth to 8 weeks of age, pre-school age children, and more. Contact your local Public Health office for more information.

Address
148 Poplar Street
Alberton
C0B 1B0
Telephone
902-853-8601
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The Strength Program offers a range of programming (residential and day treatment) and supports for youth and families who are dealing with substance misuse and mental health issues. The program is offered for 16 weeks and is located at the Youth Recovery Centre where there are 12 inpatient beds with 24/7 care.

Telephone
902-687-7110, 902-838-0960, 902-368-4120, 902-888-8380, 902-853-8670
Location
Summerside – Prince

The Strongest Families Program provides free mental health care for PEI children, youth and their families. Services related to anxiety, behavioural difficulties, nightime bedwetting, and stress management are delivered online and over the phone.

Telephone
1-902-368-4430

The Adventure Group provides a wide range of hands-on-learning based programs and services aimed at developing criitcal life skills, helping clients find appropriate employment options, and fostering leadership and team spirit among groups.

Telephone
902-628-8668
Location
Charlottetown