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FASD Key Worker Program North Peach Logo

Sources’ Keyworker North Peace program provides in home parent support to families who have a child with, or suspect a child has FASD or another complex developmental or behavioural condition.

The program staff work directly with caregivers in the home to provide support and build skills, as well as promoting information on FASD and FASD prevention within the home and community. Services are provided throughout the North Peace (Fort St. John and Fort Nelson).

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    1) Who is the Keyworker Program For?

    The Keyworker program is for families with children aged 0 through 18 who have a diagnosis or suspected of having a diagnosis of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder/other Complex Developmental or Behaviour Conditions.

     

    2) Where are the Services Available?

    The Keyworker program is available to families throughout the North Peace. We serve families in Fort St. John and Fort Nelson, as well as some of the surrounding small communities.To find out if this program serves your community, please contact our Prince George office.

     

    3) What does the program provide?

    The Keyworker program has several family and community based services. Family based services are provided within family’s homes and the community. Services range from sharing information on FASD through to direct home support. During home support, a Keyworker will work with families in their home to connect them to needed resources, support them through the diagnostic process, and work with caregivers to build caregiver skills in reducing challenging in the home.

    Community based service include education and promotion of information on FASD and the prevention of FASD. The keyworker works with other organizations and community partners to increase awareness within the communities served. This can include anything from holding parent support groups through to attending community health fairs, to presenting information at conferences, gatherings, or to groups.

     

    4) How Much Does the Program Cost?

    The Keyworker program is free to families. This program is funded by the Ministry of Children and Family Development.

     

    5) How Do I Refer to the Program?

    Referrals for the Keyworker program can be made by any source. Self-referrals are accepted. The referral form and any other required documentation can be sent directly to the Price George office, care of the Program Manager.

Contact Information

Tel: 250-561-1194Fax: 250-561-1195
1596 3rd Ave
Prince George
BC V2L 3G4
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Note: There is no Public office location.

Hours of Operation

Note: Service hours are dependent on client needs.