Campbell Fiver Family Network

Health & Development

Breastfeeding Clinic

The Campbell River Breastfeeding Clinic is a place to meet other mothers who are breastfeeding to share stories and ideas around feeding and baby care. A lactation consultant is available on a drop in basis to help with any difficulties with breastfeeding you may be experiencing such as...more

Child Health Clinics

Public Health nurses offer routine childhood immunizations starting at 2 months of age. Information, education and screening is also done for developmental milestones, vision, hearing, safety, nutrition, dental and other health related concerns or questions. ...more

Creating Healthy Families

This program is for parents with children who are crawling and up to age 3. The weekly group has on-site childminding. This childminding allows parents to be in the next room and enjoy a break where they can chat with other parents. A snack is provided. There are informational topics and guest...more

Early Childhood Behaviour Consultant Program (ECBC)

The Early Childhood Behaviour Consultant Program is designed to offer assistance, guidance and support to parents and caregivers in dealing with children's behaviour challenges.  The program is voluntary for parents and caregivers.  No fee is charged to access.  Families are...more

Early Years Clinic

The first Friday of every month from 9-12 we are holding a drop-in clinic for families to come and complete an Ages & Stages questionnaire. This is a developmental screening tool used for children from 2-60 months.    more

F.O.R.C.E Society

The F.O.R.C.E. Society for Kids’ Mental Health is a provincial organization that offers a variety of supports to families whose children may have mental health challenges. ...more

Family Resource Program

The Family Resource Program provides support for families who have children with developmental difficulties aged birth to school entrance who are on the Early Intervention Programs caseload.more

FASD Key Worker

The Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Key Worker service is a parent support program for families with children between the ages of 0 and 19 who have a diagnosis of FASD, are suspected of having FASD, or have a similar complex developmental behavioural condition (CDBC).more

Health Link BC Nurses Line

Call 8-1-1 from anywhere in British Columbia to speak with a nurse any time of the day or night. On weekdays, you can speak to a dietitian about nutrition and healthy eating. At night there are pharmacists available to answer medication questions.more

Infant Development Program

The Infant Development Program serves any child from birth to three years of age who: Is delayed in his/her development (i.e. sitting, walking, talking). May be at risk for delay in their development. Has an identified special need. more