Providing support and guidance for Montreal families.
FRC’s mission is to provide a variety of services which aim to improve the dynamic for families experiencing social, behavioral, and academic difficulties.
Our goals and objectives
- Help children and families, ages 6 to 25, to better manage their emotions and reduce the impact of their challenging behaviors
- Assist and support families in crisis
- Help families achieve children’s academic objectives
- Be a point of reference for families that require assistance beyond FRC’s scope of services through referral
- Build and maintain connections within the community
Our main program is :
SNAP, which stands for STOP NOW AND PLAN is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioural model powered by minds at Child Development Institute (CDI). SNAP helps troubled children and their parents learn how to effectively manage their emotions and ‘keep problems small’.
The gender-sensitive SNAP Boys and SNAP Girls program are designed for children ages 6-11 who are engaging in aggressive, antisocial behaviour and/or have come into contact with authority figures at school or in the community. Experienced and highly trained staff work with each family to assess challenges and problems and develop an action plan. Children and families may participate in the following components, with the goal of preventing future anti-social behaviour and reducing the chances of conflict with family, peers and authority figures.
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