Finding help in the community
I am worried that my preschool child may be having problems. Where do I find information and services to help us?
Preschool Support Services has a number of things you may find helpful, from ways to get the information you need, to experiencedconsultants who understand the needs of young children.
We need a break. We have a child whose needs (mental health or moderate developmental) are so great that we are exhausted. No one will baby-sit. Where do we turn?
Respite Services gives parents a break for a day while providing a fun-filled, well-supervised program for kids with severe challenges.
I think there are services out there for children with problems, but I don’t know where to begin to look.
Front Door has information about the services in our community for children experiencing social and emotional challenges, and theirfamilies.
Our child has had problems for years and has a number of mental health diagnoses. We’ve been through several programs. We know there will be rough times ahead again. Is there help for us?
The Intensive Support and Resource Co-ordination Program was created to assist with complex mental health issues. We know these kids and families need help over time to find the services they need and to feel the support of someone who understands.