Caregiver Education and Clinical Counselling
Learn about the Caregiver Education Program designed for parents and caregivers of at-risk youth.
Designed for parents and caregivers of children and youth in school.
Parents and caregivers attend educational sessions that help build healthy family relationships with children and youth who may be involved or may be at risk of becoming involved in gangs. Individuals can also be referred to in-house clinical counselling as appropriate.
This program is for parents/caregivers who are looking to develop the skills and strategies needed for living with and/or raising children and youth who exhibit high-risk behaviours. There are plans to expand to include workshops that further address topics such as boundary setting, communication, conflict management and resolution.
This program is provided by the Surrey School District and is part of the programming offered through the Safe Schools Department.
This program is delivered out of various Surrey locations during and outside of school hours, including weekends.
To learn more about Surrey School District’s Caregiver Education/Clinical Counselling Program contact Mandish Saran, Assistant Manager, Safe Schools at 604-754-2066.