Parenting support program in Cape Breton adds aboriginal component – CBC

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Parenting support program in Cape Breton adds aboriginal component – CBC

by ahnationtalk on December 14, 2015260 Views

Dec 11, 2015

Program works with Mi’kmaq families living off-reserve anywhere on the island

A provincial program that supports families in difficulty will have an aboriginal component in Cape Breton.

The Parenting Journey program is offered across Nova Scotia, but money announced last week by the Nova Scotia Department of Community Services will supplement it in Cape Breton to provide a culturally sensitive approach to struggling aboriginal families.

Nadine Bernard of the Native Council of Nova Scotia in Cape Breton runs the program from the Family Place Resource Centre in Sydney. She works with Mi’kmaq families living off-reserve anywhere on the island.

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/parenting-journey-aboriginal-cape-breton-1.3361285

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