THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE MENTAL WELL-BEINGOF TEENS AND WHAT TEENS NEED TO DO WELL featuring Susan Gross, Psychologist
A free webinar for parents, caregivers, service providers and youth
August 10, 2021 from 6:30 – 8:00pm
The time has come – our Girls Inc. FREE Virtual Summer Day Camps are ready for registration! The flyer is attached with all of the camps available this summer, and you can click on any of the weeks listed on the left hand side to get to the online registration form, which can also be found here. There, you can sign up for all of the camps you are interested in!
All of the camps were created for girls in grades 4-5 and 6-8, and all campers will receive the supplies they need to participate!
Please review the registration form carefully for all of the details you need, and contact Justine Marchand with questions or for assistance at 613-561-4487 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In order to deliver the supply kits to all campers before camps begin, please submit your registration no later than Monday, June 15th! This will ensure we have enough time to purchase and assemble the kits for delivery!
For 10 years, the CARE4YOU Conference has focused on engaging, inspiring and refuelling helping professionals who work in high-stress and trauma-exposed environments.
On this our 11th year, and after what has unfolded around the world, this conference feels more important than ever. Join us as we talk about caring for ourselves, caring for each other and caring for our communities.
The virtual conference will be 5 individual sessions that will take place between 9:00AM and 4:30PM EST on Friday, June 25th. You will be able to sign up to participate “real time” on June 25th or you can watch the recorded sessions which will be hosted on the CARE4YOU website for the month of July.
ABC Camp! A focused education camp that will give your child(ren) a head start in the fall and review concepts learned throughout the past school year! Offered for children entering Grades 1-6 in September 2021. Find details here.
Regular summer camps are also open for registration. Find details on dates and locations here.
We extend our sympathies to survivors, families and First Nations communities affected by this tragedy. The discovery of this mass grave will serve as a difficult reminder for survivors of residential schools and their families, and a reminder of traumas they have endured.
The National Indian Residential School Crisis line is 1-866-925-4419. Kids Help Phone can be accessed 24/7 by calling 1-800-668-6868 or visit the Kids Help Phone website for text and chat
The CYSPC has partnered with the United Way who is offering a 5 part webinar series on Board Governance. Designed for Board members and Senior Management Teams topics cover Risk, Financial Stewardship, Roles & Responsibilities and Strategic Planning. CYSPC member agencies have FREE access to the series. To register contact email@example.com
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