Campbell Fiver Family Network

Aboriginal Children & Families

Aboriginal Infant Development Program

Aboriginal Infant Development Consultants works together with families to support the growth and development of aboriginal children during their most important years of development from birth - 6 years.more

Aboriginal Occupational Therapy (AOT)

Occupational therapists work with children to target problem areas through playful interactions, grading the activities so that the child can succeed. Treatment is geared toward increase in social participation, self-regulation and motor skilled acquisition. ...more

Aboriginal Speech and Language Program

The speech / language pathologist at Laichwiltach Family Life Society provides services to aboriginal children from birth to school entry (0-5 years). ...more

Aboriginal Supported Child Development

Aboriginal children newborn up to and including age twelve who require extra support in a child care setting due to a development delay or disability in one of four areas: ...more

Creating Healthy Families Group

To provide a safe support group for all parents to get together, support and learn from each other and have an opportunity to take extra tools (traditional and non-traditional) home. ...more

Homalco Strong Start

Strong start is a free drop-in program open to all children from birth to kindergarten and their parents/caregivers. It allows parents and children to participate in a variety of early learning activities to help children learn and grow. The program is hosted every Tuesday and Thursday starting...more


The Métis Early Years program was developed by the Métis Nation British Columbia for Métis families with children birth to 8 years. The goal of the program is to connect Métis families to their community and culture while linking them to early years programs and services.more

Qwallayuw Head Start

Qwallayuw Head Start Preschool Program provides 2 half-day sessions 4 days a week that prepare young Aboriginal children for their school years by meeting their spiritual, emotional, intellectual and physical needs. They provide programming in six core areas: education and school readiness;...more