Council Fire Family Nurturing Program



The First Nations Family Nurturing Program is also referred to as the Community Action Program for Children (CAPC). The intention of the program is to strengthen families by providing parents care giving skills, support community development and healing, and to improve the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of Aboriginal children from six months to 6 years old.

Programs and services:
Community kitchen
Public Health Peer Nutrition Program
Parent relief
Traditional crafts
After school drum group
Super Dads Super Kids Parenting
Beyond the Basics Parenting
Positive First Nations Parenting
Nobody’s Perfect Parenting
Dads Group
Baby music
Prevent Diabetes...One Step at a time
Drop-in (referrals to food banks, clothing banks, support letters, clothing exchange, baby food, diapers and wipes, and formula)
Home visits

Healthy living
Traditional teachings
Injury prevention
Health related illnesses
Child health and development

Special Programming:
Children aged four to six years old have the opportunity to participate in March Break and Summer Camp programming

Many special events provided throughout the year.