First Steps is a program for families who are Government Assisted Refugees with children aged 0 – 6. The program’s goal is to assist children and their caregivers to acclimate to Canadian culture by providing early childhood
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development supports. The program provides a parent child drop-in, parenting support, Parent Child Mother Goose, nutrition and health information,
orientation to parenting in the Canadian context, mental health counselling, a Dad’s group, and other supports.
First Steps is a collaborative project between Options Community Services, DIVERSEcity Community Resource Society, and Umoja African Family Services.