Recap: SFPY Training in Hamilton (February 2016)

As part of a project funded through the Canada Ontario Agreement on French Language services, PAD and Health Nexus (both members of HC Link) did a training for the Strengthening Families for Parents and Youth (SFPY) program in French in Hamilton this week.

11 participants attended the training at the Hamilton-Niagara French Community Health Centre on February 8th, 2016. The brainstorming session at the end was particularly important, as participants did a community mapping exercise to identify the best places to recruit families for the SFPY program.

The SFPY program is a 9-week, evidence-based, skill-building program for families with teenagers aged 12-16 years old. It has been translated into French through the Canada Ontario Agreement on French Languages Services. To learn more about the SFPY program, click here.

Below are some photos from the training!

Group photo

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