Navigator program points the way for DC families

Connecting families to services is what the early years Family Navigator Program is all about in Dawson Creek.

It is a free service for families with kids 0-6 and is guidance on how to reach the right supports in the city.

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Family Navigator Julia Panter says the program is a refocus with more intention and direction than previous.

“It is for people in the community needing to know what is where, and where to look.”

Panter says since early last year, the move has been to online activities.

“Virtual play groups give an opportunity for parents and kids to get online – and a chance for parents to connect with other parents,” she says. Online snack time Goldfish crackers to the mix, as well as crafts and easy solution for parents and experiences.

“We’re here for support.”

Call or text 250-719-9901 for more information.

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