Kootenay Child Development Center
(Child and Family related programs)
(12 Ave North location)
Prenatal and Postnatal Supports
Through combined and integrated funding and programming between Interior Health, United Way and Community Connections Society this program offers support, information and resources to pregnant women and families with a baby under 1 year of age in Cranbrook/Kimberley and the surrounding area.
Community Action Program for Children
The Community Action Program for Children (CAPC) is federally funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. CAPC programs serve families/caregivers with children from birth to 6 years of age in Cranbrook + Kimberley.
CAPC was created in 1993 in response to Canada’s agreement to invest in the well being of children, made at the United Nations World Summit for Children in 1990.
Groups & Support for Families With Children Aged 0-6
Early Years Programs provide support to families with young children in Cranbrook and Kimberley through free programs, services, and information.
East Kootenay Supported Child Development
EKSCD is based on the philosophy of inclusion, supporting the rights of all children of diverse abilities to actively participate in the childcare program of their choice. Inclusion is an approach to delivering service in which all children are welcomed, supported and valued.
East Kootenay Infant Development Program
Provides information, resources and support for families who have a child between birth and 3 years of age who: has a diagnosed disability; or is experiencing a developmental delay; or is at risk for developmental delay.
The program provides service to the communities of Radium, Invermere, Kimberley, Cranbrook, Fernie, Sparwood, Elkford and the surrounding rural areas.
Family Resource Program
The BC Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP-BC) is a not-for-profit provincial organization supporting families with pre-schoolers through a variety of free programs offered in Kimberley and Cranbrook.
Child Care Resource and Referral Program
The Child Care Resource and Referral Program of British Columbia is committed to working in partnership with community and government to enhance the availability and accessibility of a range of flexible, responsive, and inclusive quality child care options and services that support the needs of children, families, and child care providers.