Christian Life Fellowship – Everyone needs a family: people who care and are there for you. We encourage you to experience the joy that having a church family can bring.
Campbell River Family Network– Our Campbell River Area Network aims to make the Campbell River Region a great place to raise a child by: making it easy for families to find services, programs and activities, helping neighbourhoods meet the needs of young children and their families, and letting communities know a child’s first six years are critical.
Child Care Subsidy – The Province of British Columbia is committed to helping families obtain affordable, accessible, safe, quality child care. Child Care Subsidy is a monthly payment to assist eligible British Columbia families with the cost of child care.
Vancouver Island Health Authority – The Vancouver Island Health Authority (VIHA) provides health care to people on Vancouver Island, on the islands of the Georgia Strait, and in the mainland communities between Powell River and Rivers Inlet.
Campbell River Family Services – Campbell River Family Services Society - a non-profit, charitable organization - has been providing quality services to individual, children and families living in the Campbell River area since 1977.
Vancouver Island Crisis Line – Serving the Island Community 24 hrs/7 days a week.
Pacificare – PacificCARE assists parents in finding child care for newborns to 12 years of age. In addition to our referral service, we provide access to information, workshops, and consultant services that can help you ensure quality care for your child.
ECEBC – Early Childhood Educators of British Columbia (ECEBC) has been advancing early childhood education and care since 1969. We educate early childhood educators and the broader community about the importance of early childhood education and care. We provide professional development opportunities to early childhood educators across the province.
School District 72 – Campbell River – School District 72 is dedicated to the achievement of personal excellence for all members of its learning community: staff, students, and parents alike. Our core values of learning, collegiality, and respect are fundamental and drive how we operate and make decisions. Each day our district strives for students who are literate, numerate and socially responsible.
Early Learning Framework – BC Ministry of Education – The British Columbia Early Learning Framework describes the vision, pedagogical principles, and key areas of learning for children ages birth to five years (before school entry). The Framework was developed in partnership with the Ministries of Children and Family Development, Health, and Education.