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Children, Youth & Families Living Healthy Lives

Early Years Programs & Resources

Select from the categories below to find programs and resources for children ages 0 to 6.

Mental Health & Wellness

From resources on happiness and well-being to programs supporting individuals with mental illness find a wide range of information on mental health and wellness.

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Basic Needs

From food to health find programs and resources available to help meet your basic needs.

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Cultural & Spiritual

Programs to support your cultural and spiritual well-being.

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Developmental & Physical Support

Programs available to assist individuals with developmental and / or physical challenges as well as support for their families.

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Education & Training

View education and training opportunities that allow you to build upon your abilities and expand your skill-set.

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Family Support

From childcare to counselling there are a wide range of programs and resources to support families with young children in Abbotsford.

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LGBTQ2S+ Support

View the list of programs and resources available to support LGBTQ2S+ children.

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Recreation & Social

Find out what's happening in Abbotsford! There are a wide variety of programs and activities for you and your child.

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Tough Stuff

From safety to sexual exploitation prevention and child protection services find out about programs and resources on tougher but important topics.

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Helpful Resources


Abbotsford Early Years

Abbotsford Early Years provides information, resources and events for families and caregivers of young children. View their website to find resources on child development including typical milestones for various stages and upcoming events occurring at the Abbotsford Early Years Centre.

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