BC Council for Families

Home Visitor Training Initiative

Intensive support and intervention in the home.
All parents deserve support. And when families get the support they need, serious problems can often be prevented. Home visiting programs are an effective and cost-efficient way to improve parental skills and confidence, connect families with other community resources and ensure positive child outcomes.

Do you support families?

Find out about what becoming a trained Home Visitor can do for your skill-set. Learn about our trainings, ongoing support and resources, and how to register. We look forward to having you in our network of dedicated, knowledgeable home visiting professionals!

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for Trained Home Visitors

Looking for updates? Need to know when the next advanced training will be held? What to find about the latest research and promising practices? Stay informed with our resources and learning network.

Ongoing Support

Contact Us

Home Visitor Training Initiative
604 678 8884 | HomeVisiting@bccf.ca

Funding for this program has been provided by:

  • Oct 24
    Join us in beautiful Nanaimo for Caring with Strength: Resilience and Empowerment in Family Service, the annual conference of the Alliance of Professionals Serving Young Parents and the BC Council for Families. With two full days of interactive workshops, discussions and networking opportunities, and a focus on self-empowerment, self-advocacy and resilience, this year’s conference promises to inspire, move and motivate you.
  • Nov 17
    This engaging, interactive training program is packed with information, discussion, and activities specifically designed to ensure home visitors will emerge with the knowledge and practical skills to implement successful services for families.
  • Dec 01
    Nobody’s Perfect is a parenting education program where parents can safely share their experiences and concerns and receive the support of other parents – in addition to the support and resources brought by two skilled and knowledgeable facilitators.
Oct 08

by Tina Albrecht
Communications Director

Conflict and inter-parental aggression in the home can have lasting affects on children’s ability to control their emotions, says a new study. 

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