Community Programs & EducationAt the Interval Home, there's plenty going on, and plenty to learn.
The Lloydminster Interval Home is happy to provide informative, activity based presentations on a variety of topics including Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships, Friendship, Bullying, Personal Values, Self Esteem and more. Our presentations are adapted to many different age groups and audiences. All of our presentations are free of charge. To book, please contact 780-808-5282 ask for our Public Education Facilitator or email by clicking here!
Are you or your organization wanting to learn more about Healthy Relationships, Family Violence and its impact on our community, The Impact of Family Violence on Children, Bullying or Cyberbullying, or even more information on the Lloydminster Interval Home and what we offer?
We want to connect with you!
Please Contact our Public Education Facilitator at 780-808-5282 or by email.
Self Empowerment For Women 1
Self-Empowerment for Women: 1
Through information, group discussion, activities and self-reflection, women are empowered to discover their strengths, identify healthy choices and make positive changes in their lives. Participants receive support and gain awareness which strengthens them to live a violence-free lifestyle based on safety, respect, and equality in their relationships.
This is a 10 week program. Wednesdays, morning or evening sessions. Child Care is available for children, 0-6 yrs., whose mothers attend the morning group.
Please register for the Winter 2018 session before January 23rd by calling 780-875-0966. Program begins January 31st.
For more information please contact the Program Coordinator at 780-808-5282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Self Empowerment For Women 2
Self-Empowerment for Women: 2
Building on the learning from Self-Empowerment 1, women are helped to put new thinking and healthy strategies into practice. Group participants explore topics such as communication, self-esteem, anger and boundaries in a supportive, engaging environment.
6 weeks, morning or evening sessions. Child Care is available for children, 0-6 yrs., whose mothers attend the morning group.
Participants must have completed S.E. 1 to participate in this group.
New Perspectives for Men
New Perspectives for Men
This group supports men who have difficulty with abusive behavior in their relationships. Participants are helped to examine their established beliefs and attitudes that lead to unhealthy relationships. As well, men receive information and healthy strategies that strengthen them to live a violence-free lifestyle based on respect, equality and responsibility in relationships.
Sign up for the program before February 4th. Information Night for this program is February 5th, 2018. All men must attend the information session and an interview to participate in the 16 week group.
16 weeks, meeting Tuesday evenings from 7:00-9:00pm, beginning February 12, 2018.
Please contact 780-875-0966 for more information or to register for the Winter 2018 session.
Building Trust, Making Friends
Building Trust, Making Friends
In partnership with community elementary schools, this group supports children, 6-10 years, with their healthy emotional and social development. The program provides children with fun, engaging activities with an emphasis on strengthening self-esteem, building friendships and making healthy choices.
This is an 8 week program. Currently this program is being run in partnership with a local school.
Teen Empowerment for Girls
Teen Empowerment for Girls:
Recognize Strengths, Create Healthy Relationships, Make Positive Choices
The Teen Empowerment for Girls Program empowers teen girls to explore the social and personal challenges they face, increase their self awareness, and make healthy choices through fun, engaging activities and group discussion. The group gives teen girls a place to share what they know and figure out healthy options and solutions together.
The results are young women who are empowered for a positive future!
For more information or to register for the next session please contact 780-875-0966.
This program is not available at this time.
Ages 12-16 years.
The Community Outreach Centre is a space located in the Lloydminster Community Youth Centre building. We provide our Community Programming, Outreach Services and Child Wellness in this diverse space.
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