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Parent Aide in-home parent education program

Goal: The Exchange Club Family Center provides in-home parent education and mentoring services.

Total Project Value: $2,500

Project End Date: 1/1/2019

Status: Amount Given: $1,000 | Goal Amount: $2,500


My grade 4 class in Makwa Sahgiehcan First Nation,in Canada, took money from their year end class trip to donate to the Haiti children. They need help more than ever right now and we are happy to donate to them!

Cheryl, Loon Lake Saskatchewan, Canada

Project Description

The Parent Aide program is an evidence-based parent education and mentoring program provided to families identified as 'at-risk' for child abuse and neglect. Referrals are accepted from local organizations, social services agencies, schools and self-referrals. All services are provided free to the participants and on a voluntary basis with the goal of preventing child abuse. Visits occur weekly for a period of no less than 3 months and up to one year, depending on the needs of the family. Parent Aides are trained, professional case managers and the Parent Aide program is part of a national network of child abuse prevention centers ("CAP CENTERS") founded by and supported through the efforts of Exchange Club members as part of their national project, the prevention of child abuse. More information about this program is available at

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