BC Council for Families

Alliance of Professionals Serving Young Parents

Reducing risks and strengthening young families.
The Alliance of Professionals Serving Young Parents is a strong voice for teen parents and their children. We are a provincial network of family service workers, teachers, child care workers, researchers and advocates working to support BC's young parents.

BC Alliance for Young Parents

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Experience a community of dedicated and knowledgeable young parent professionals. Find out how to join the Alliance and become a member of a province-wide network for advocacy and information!

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for Members

Find conference details, research, and survey results. Stay informed about news and updates. Gain access to resources and presentations from a variety of sources. Keep up to date on meeting the complex needs of young parent families!

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2013 Annual Young Parent Program Survey

Find out what has been going on in Young Parent Programs around the province.

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604 678 8884 | youngparents@bccf.ca

  • 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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