West Island Community Resource Center
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Preschool Program: An individually personalized program that helps prepare children aged 3-5 for the transition to kindergarten, with a focus on academic, social and French linguistic skills.
Halte-Garderie: A fun and stimulating daycare service for children aged 3-5 from 12:30 – 17:30 PM every weekday to help working parents.
Tots & Talks Program: A bi-weekly opportunity for single and/or isolated mothers to gather in a welcoming, open environment and discuss issues of concern and importance, make new friends, and learn new skills.
Motiv-Action Program: The after-school homework-help & tutoring program for primary school students aged 6-12, not only helps with academics, but also addresses social and linguistic skills as well as overall mental well-being.
Pre-Natal Program: A program for vulnerable and/or single mothers-to-be, PCP offers a support worker for weekly home visits to provide help, guidance and key information during pregnancy.
Visiting Mothers Program: A program for single and/or isolated young mothers, PCP provides a support worker to visit moms at home on a weekly basis to provide help, guidance and respite.
Tech Coding Program: In partnership with highly renowned KIDCoders, PCP offers a unique 12-week tech coding workshops for kids aged 8 – 15 to help introduce them to a popular and exciting path that sparks the imagination, ignites interest in learning and technology, hones presentation skills, and provides kids with a huge sense of accomplishment and self-confidence.
Art Club: A seasonal 10-week art program to help children aged 6-12 unleash their artistic expression and improve self-esteem in a fun and engaging environment.
Improv: The opportunity to learn about and sharpen Improv skills and in turn, become more confident in expressing themselves in group settings is offered for children aged 8-12.
Summer Camp: A 6-week summer day camp for children aged 6-12 during July and August with weekly themes, plenty of outdoor activities, and occasional special outings.
Youth Mental Health Promotion Programs: PCP provides in-school, group-based support services to openly address topics and issues associated with mental health, establish peer-based conflict resolution approaches as well as teach coping skills as part of an anti-bullying and positive mental-health program.