Campbell Fiver Family Network

Outlying Areas

Aboriginal Occupational Therapy (AOT)

Occupational therapists work with children to target problem areas through playful interactions, grading the activities so that the child can succeed. Treatment is geared toward increase in social participation, self-regulation and motor skilled acquisition. ...more

Aboriginal Speech and Language Program

The speech / language pathologist at Laichwiltach Family Life Society provides services to aboriginal children from birth to school entry (0-5 years). ...more

Bear Essentials Program

Bear Essentials is a family support program that assists with the costs of health-related travel and equipment for Island kids. The program is designed for families that struggle to afford the associated costs or that have barriers limiting their ability to access health care...more

Children's Health Hub (Vancouver Island West)

Children's Health Hub connects families with health resources and service providers. ...more

Cortes - Manson's Playgroup

Drop-in Playgroup for 0-5 years accompanied by a parent or caregiver. Join us and gather with friends for playdough fun, seasonal craft activities and family connections and support. Please bring a simple raw snack to share. more

Cortes Island LEGO Club

Drop in to build with the library’s LEGO® collection. Ask staff to take a photo of your structure to get it posted on our LEGO® Wall of Fame. Ages 4 years and up suggested.more

Early Years Family Navigation

Work one on one with the Family Navigator to get advice on parenting issues, life skill development, help to access services and supports inthe community, advocacy, and information. Available Monday to Friday.  more

Gold River - Children Who Witness Abuse Program

The Gold River Children Who Witness Abuse program provides individual and group counseling services for children between the ages of 3 and 8 living in the Gold River area who have witnessed abuse, threats or violence in the home. ...more

Gold River StrongStart

StrongStart BC early learning programs provide school-based early learning services for adults and their young children, aged birth to five, at no cost to families. more


The Métis Early Years program was developed by the Métis Nation British Columbia for Métis families with children birth to 8 years. This is available to MNBC citizens, or those with applications pending.  The goal of the program is to connect Métis families to their community and...more