Caribbean African Canadian Social Services
Our family programs are designed to assist children, youth and families experiencing conflict and / or stressful transitions to develop improved interpersonal and communication skills as well as better coping strategies.
Our current family programs are:
- Parenting Program
- Supporting Family Connections Program
- Kuponya Program
- Mental Health Program
- ‘Express yourself’ / Anger Management Program
- Individual and Family Counselling
Effective Parenting Program
A 10 Week group program primarily for participants who are mandated by the courts or child welfare.
Participants learn about effective parenting skills; dealing appropriately with anger; effective communication skills and coping strategies.
This program also offers individual and family counselling, family case conferences and advocacy support.
Click here for your copy of our BLACK PARENT APPRECIATION WEEK DIRECTORY
Kuponya: Supporting Black Families Through Collaboration
In collaboration with the Jean Tweed Centre and Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, the program offers a twofold approach to working with Black families from a trauma informed perspective.
The program entails two groups. Trauma 101 is a short six week group that works with clients to begin to connect with trauma and trauma responses. Parenting Through Trauma groups then connect trauma with its impact on children with a view to developing supports and strategies.
995 Arrow Road, North York
Ontario, M9M 2Z5