Child Development & Youth Services

Child Development and Youth Services programs are family-centered, inclusive and promote active participation in supporting pregnant women, new moms, parents, caregivers, children and youth. We also provide programs in prevention, intervention and support for youth and children with a developmental delay or diagnosed disability. Services to youth include life skills development, outreach and one to one support with a focus on community inclusion and client-centred practice.


Youth In Transition

This program helps youth to develop skills for transitioning to adulthood and independent living with confidence and success. Learn More

Youth Outreach

The Youth Outreach program works to increase youth safety by connecting and referring youth to local resources, focusing on risk reduction and providing the community with a broader understanding of youth issues. This program is coordinated in partnership with Gibsons, Roberts Creek, Sechelt, and Pender Harbour Community Schools. Learn More

Special Services

Special Services to Children

This program provides support to children and youth with developmental and physical challenges to optimize their potential and quality of life. Learn More

Home Share

Home Sharing is a residential option in which an adult with a developmental disability shares a home with someone who is contracted to provide ongoing support. Learn More

Circle of Support

The Circle of Support program provides support, training and consultation for children and youth with Complex Developmental Behavioural Conditions (CDBC) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD). Learn More

Kids In Motion

The program was created to provide the community with the opportunities to assist children with special needs to participate in active living. Learn More

Early Intervention

Infant Development Program

The Infant Development Program (IDP) provides support for families of children aged birth to three who have a developmental delay, are at risk for a developmental delay, or have been diagnosed with a disability. Learn More

Occupational Therapy Services

Occupational Therapy Services provides intervention to support children (birth to school entry) to develop skills necessary to participate as independently as possible in everyday activities. Learn More

Physiotherapy Services

Physiotherapy Services provides intervention to support children (birth to school entry) to develop the gross motor skills necessary to participate in physical activity and play as independently as possible. Learn More

Supported Child Development Program

The SCD program is based on three key principles: Family Centered Practice, Inclusion and Optimal Child Development. Learn More

Family Resource Programs

Bellies & Babies

A group for pregnant women and new parents with babies birth to one year. Learn More


Stop by our child friendly office — there is a play area for the children — and find out how the Child Care Resource and Referral Program can support you. Learn More

Parent - Tot Drop In

Parent Tot, a Family Resource Program, is a free program that offers a stimulating play group for children birth to six. It’s a place where parents and caregivers can get support, information and resources. It’s a great chance to take a break from the home routine and to connect with other parents and caregivers and to have fun with your children. Learn More

First Nations Cultural Support

Indigenous Families Pulling Together

Our goal is to instill strength, identity, beliefs and values in the Indigenous children & youth involved in our programs. Empowering them to be proud of their heritage, by helping them better understand their culture. Learn More