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A guide for becoming an Age-Friendly community in PEI.
The PEI Age Friendly Community Recognition Program is a way of encouraging communities, municipalities, and organizations across the province to become welcoming places for all ages. An age-friendly community is one where policies, services, and structures are designed in particular to support and...
To learn more about becoming a foster parent you can attend a one hour information session. Sessions are held in person by appointment at the Child Protection Services offices in Charlottetown, Summerside, O'Leary, Montague and Souris. To arrange to meet with a social worker about becoming a...
Mike and Janine Hamilton have been foster parents for more than ten years and have even made an addition to their home so they can help keep siblings together in families where multiple children are in care. “Giving kids the opportunity to do things that they haven’t had the chance to do before,...
Final report from the, Child Protection Act, Review advisory committee.
Every day, foster families across Prince Edward Island open their homes and their hearts to children who need safe and loving homes. Foster families play an important role in our communities by providing care on a short or long-term basis for children up to age 18. Perhaps you have been thinking...
New affordable housing opportunities for Islanders in Charlottetown and Souris will help support stronger, more inclusive Island communities. Through the Affordable Housing Development Program, the Province of Prince Edward Island has partnered with three developers to create 36 social housing...
Living with Parents & Relatives policy for Social Assistance.
Living with Parents or Relatives policy for AccessAbility Supports.
Pregnancy Food Allowance policy for Social Assistance and AccessAbility Supports.