Child Witness
This program offers individual, family and group and counselling for mothers who have experienced intimate partner violence and their children who have witnessed and/or experienced the abuse.

Group and individual sessions are offered to participants at no cost.

CYSAT – Child & Youth Sexual Assault Team (formerly Help Now)
This program is for children who have been sexually assaulted. Individual and family sessions are offered to participants at no cost.
Internet Child Exploitation
Boost’s Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Counselling Program provides short-term, immediate counselling for child victims of Internet sexual exploitation. A victim’s immediate family members may also be eligible.
Breaking Free: Better Choices + Better Relationships
FCSSGW has created a unique program for both male and female youth between the ages of 12 and 17, who have been abused or have witnessed abuse in the home and are heading down the same path in their lives – acting out with aggression, bullying and violence. The eight-week group program teaches healthy, appropriate strategies for managing stress and resolving conflict.

The students who graduate from this program work as peers for other students and are extremely passionate about the program and the facilitators. They know they are being heard, respected and are learning alternative methods to bullying and violence – and they demonstrate these new behaviours on a daily basis.

Breaking Free assists teens learn to break  the cycle of abuse and violence so that they learn to make better choices for themselves.

Partnering for Bright Futures Scholarship Program
This scholarship is designed to help low to modest income families (<$50,000) save for their child’s education through a shared savings program.  Families are asked to save a minimum of $56 per month for 6 months.  The scholarship donor will double the contribution by providing up to $667 per year for up to 3 years provided the family continues to meet the eligibility criteria.  In addition, the family will also receive government contributions to their RESP as defined by the Canada Learning Bond and/or Canada Education Savings Grant.  The scholarship is available to 10 families per year (1 child per family born in 2004 or later).
Individual, Couple and Family Therapy
Participants in this program attend regularly scheduled counselling sessions with a knowledgeable and professional therapist to address the issues with which children and youth and/or their parents are concerned.
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