West Island Community Resource Center
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Family-Child Network Program:Strengthens the child’s resilience by teaching them about his or her rights and responsibilities.
Workshops for 9-12 year-olds: Rights Ambassador workshop, Peaceful Communicator workshop and Social Advocate workshop
Adult workshops:These workshops are aimed at local parents and adults who want to know more about children’s rights and responsibilities.
Spring Break Camp:Each year, youths have the opportunity to take part in camp activities, which vary every year.
Play Sports With Me: Opportunity for youth to play soccer and basketball.
Art Workshops: Offered Fridays after school. The kids present their art to their families in an exhibit.
Drama Workshops: Sessions for youth which are structured around voice exercises, diction and projection exercises.
School Work Support: Assists students with their school-based learning, and also helps them become independent and acquire new skills.
Home Support: The Home Program offers youths further help and support with schoolwork with the participation of their families.
Homework support: Homework assistance and mentorship are provided to pupils from 1st to 6th grade who are referred by teachers or parents who feel they could benefit.
Family Winter and Summer Camps: A 3 day trip gives families the opportunity to have a unique experience outside their neighbourhood with a series of diversified and enriching activities that foster parent-child interaction, active participation and positive skills development.