Inventory of Government-Based Family Justice Services
Positive Parenting from Two Homes for Kids (Prince Edward Island)
Prince Edward Island
Type of service
Services for Children
Positive Parenting From Two Homes For Kids is an educational children’s program that aims to:
- help children learn about separation and divorce;
- provide a safe and neutral place for children to discuss their thoughts and feelings;
- help children learn they are not alone; and
- teach children coping skills in a fun and supportive environment.
Each program is presented in five, one-hour sessions. The program is divided into three age groups: grades 1-3; 4-6 and 7-9. There is a maximum of ten participants per group. The program coordinator and school guidance counsellor attend each session, providing age-appropriate information through group discussion, activities, stories, art, videos, play, and role-playing. At the end of the program, participants receive a workbook to take home as well as a certificate indicating their completion of the program.
Pilot or ongoing service
Department of Justice and Public Safety, Family Law Section, Parent Education Program
How to access this service
Positive Parenting From Two Homes "For Kids!" is a voluntary program. Interested parents are asked to contact their child’s school guidance counsellor. Siblings attend different sessions.
In Schools across the Province.
[ Service(s) offered ]
Government of P.E.I. Web site – Positive Parenting from Two Homes for Kids program
Parent Education Program information brochure
Children’s Workbook - Positive Parenting From Two Homes for Kids
To obtain publications on the Positive Parenting From Two Homes program, contact the program coordinator.
Gordon Ritchie / Jamie MacSwain
Parent Education Program Co-coordinator
Honourable C.R. McQuaid Family Law Centre
1 Harbourside Access Road, P.O. Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
Telephone: 902-368-4333 or toll free 1-877-203-8828
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