The RESET Youth Team is dedicated to supporting youth aged 13-19 and their families in partnership with the Richmond School District.
Pathways is an early childhood intervention program providing multi-disciplinary service to support families with children ages 0 – 6 to improve overall wellness for the child(ren) and their family. The goal of the program is to build opportunities for successful integration into school and to help children achieve their developmental milestones. Children and families will be connected to the most appropriate service based on an assessment of their strengths and needs.
There are 2 behavioural consultants, 2 family support workers and 1 Early Years Mental Health Clinician who will work alongside other early year programs to identify and address vulnerabilities in children early to ensure that we are providing wrap-around and culturally-relevant supports for the child and the family. The family’s voice is integral to the service and the family is at the centre of planning. The multi-disciplinary team works together with the child, family, and community to build a web of support to foster the best possible outcomes for the child.
This community-based program is funded by MCFD under the Pathways to Hope mandate, which promotes improving the overall wellness of children, by providing prevention and intervention services as soon as possible in a child's life. The multi-disciplinary team is made up of members from both Touchstone Family Association and Vancouver Coastal Health.
Services are currently provided in English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Sign Language.
The program encourages referrals from community programs, daycare or pre-school providers, MCFD social workers and individual families seeking support for children aged 0 to 6 years old who reside in the city of Richmond. There is no cost to access these services.
To learn more about the Pathways and program referrals, please contact Nicole Cartier
The Richmond Restorative Justice Program is centered on helping victims and is aimed at holding young people accountable for their crimes.
Introduction: This is a six-session group that includes 3 series every year – Parenting Series, Parent-Child Series and Couple Relationships Series. This group is designed to assist parents to explore, share and be aware of his/her personal issues, family dynamics, and difficulties in their relationship and communication. Through this group experience, it is hoped that participants can acquire some strategies in coping with these situations. This group will be conducted in Mandarin.
Enquiry: Selina Ma 604-207-5034 and Fion Cheng 604-207-5047
簡介： 這是一為期六次的小組。每年 3 個系列 - 管教篇、親子關係篇和夫妻關係篇。 針對今天的父母，常因生活節奏太忙碌，忽略 與配偶、子女溝通及相聚時間，結果產生很多個人、家庭和教養子女的難題。本小組將透過討論，小組分享，去探求一些可行的應變方法。該小組將以國語進行。
查詢： 馬淑君女士 604-207-5034 或 鄭嘉媛女士 604-207-5047
What is Needed to Make a Difference – Couple Relationship Series (Coming soon in the Fall/Winter 2022)
This is a six-session group designed to assist parents to explore, share and be aware of personal issues, family dynamics, and difficulties in their relationship and communication. For all the inquiries, please contact Selina Ma at 604-207-5034 and Fion Cheng at 604-207-5047
是時候作出調適嗎？: 夫婦篇 （即將於 2022 年秋冬推出）
這是一為期六次的小組。針對今天的父母，常因生活節奏太忙碌，忽略與配偶、子女溝通及相聚時間，結果產生很多個人、家庭和教養子女的難題。本小組將透過討論，小組分享，去探求一些可行的應變方法。 查詢： 馬淑君女士 604-207-5034 或 鄭嘉媛女士 604-207-5047
Referrals are currently being accepted by filling out a registration form. This group is open to any interested participants residing in Richmond.