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SACY Workshop Building Bridges with Your Teen

SACY – Supporting and Connecting Youth - Substance Use Health Promotion Initiative Workshops open to PG Parents

April 24 2019 SACY Building Bridges with Your Teen:  Parent communication and effective approaches to guiding and supporting teens.  This workshop looks at the science behind adolescent development and what parents can do to strengthen their relationship with their teen, retain their influence and guide youth as they mature.  Wed. April 24, 7 - 9 pm, Point Grey Library.  Register at www.sacy.eventbrite.com

Homework Club

Homework Club

Homework club is now being offered at Point Grey.  It is every Monday and Wednesday in room 105 from 3:15-4:15.  It is for students to come and get support with academics or do their work independently.  There will be several peer tutors and teachers to support students with all subjects. Anyone is welcome.  Snacks will be provided!

SACY Mandarin Workshop: Building Bridges with Your Teen

SACY – Supporting and Connecting Youth - Substance Use Health Promotion Initiative Workshops open to PG Parents

May 3 2019 Building Bridges with Your Teen, *Mandarin: SACY is partnering with MCLW and SWIS (including Susanna Song and Elisabeth Chan) to offer the same workshop for Mandarin speaking parents.  At the Kerrisdale Community Centre, Fri. May 3, 9:30 - 11:30 am.  Phone 778-227-5452 or e-mail echan@vsb.bc.ca for more information or to register

VCH & VSB Parent Education Series: Encouraging Healthy Eating in Children

VCH Child and Youth Mental Health Services in collaboration with the Vancouver School Board will be offering a series of Child and Youth Wellbeing Workshops this upcoming school year.
Cost: FREE
Location: VSB Education Centre, 1580 West Broadway Street, Rm 180
Date &Time: May 22, 2019, 6PM - 8PM
Parking: Underground pay parking and street parking available, public transit encouraged
To register: Click on the link below

FamilySmart FamilySmart Parent-in-Residence

This Ministry of Health and MCFD funded resource aims to support parents who have children struggling with mental health or substance use. This can include emotional support, help navigating the system, and coaching how to work positively and constructively with service providers at school and in the community.  There is also a monthly parent group called "In the Know". Please see http://www.familysmart.ca/programs/parents-and-youth-in-residence for more information