Building Safe & Caring Communities Through Support & Education
Pace Support Programs provide a variety of specialized services to educate and empower clients, improve access to services, and foster the development of safe and caring natural support networks for clients. Pace Support Programs often work in partnership with diverse regional government, non-profit, and support agencies to ensure client specific wrap-around services.
Support Programs address a variety of client needs:
- Therapeutic and support services for child and youth victims and witnesses of sexual violence and trauma following an incident, and during the criminal court process.
- Closed and open group psycho-educational support for individuals, supporting healthy relationship building, social skills development, emotional maturation, problem-solving, and conflict resolution skills development.
- Supports to families of those who have experienced crisis/trauma.
- Collaboration with relevant community stakeholders.
The Family Support Program provides a variety of services to children, youth, and families involved with Children’s Services.
The Caring Dads Group Program is a closed group program that helps fathers improve their relationships with their children.
The Safe Visitation Program provides on-site supervised visits for families where there is a high risk of family violence between family members.
Established in 2012, the Caribou Child & Youth Program provides play, individual, group and family therapy for children ages 3-17 who have been traumatized.
The Intergenerational Healing Program: A Trauma Informed Approach to Parenting is a closed group psycho-educational program aimed at improving the lives of children.