The Humboldt Early Years Family Resource Centre is a place where you can find other parents and caregivers to connect with, services that you can access, and community organizations and support right here in the City of Humboldt.
Partners Family Services provides Crisis Intervention Services, Interpersonal and Family Violence Support, Adult and Youth Counselling, Children Exposed to Violence Program, Triple P Parenting Programs.
Offers programs for families and children – Baby storytime is a great way to start your child on the road to early literacy, with rhymes, singing, and interactive play. Come and join the fun!
HDCS is a non-profit community based organization that provides community inclusive support services to individuals with varying abilities and barriers. Social programming and support in accessing services and funding are available for all ages.
The Saskatoon Region Early Childhood Intervention Program (ECIP) is part of a provincial network of home-based support services for families with children from birth to school age, who are at risk for delay or are delayed in their development. Services are provided by an Early Childhood Consultant.
Regional KidsFirst provides services in smaller towns and cities for families with young children aged prenatal to six. They provide group and community-based child development programs that encourage linguistic, social-emotional, cognitive and fine and gross motor skill development.
Alvin Buckold Child Development Program (ABCDP): for children who are at risk for developmental, cognitive and/or physical challenges.
You do not need a referral for therapy services like physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language therapy. We will work with your local therapy team to make sure your child’s needs are being met. A referral is required from your family doctor or pediatrician to see any of our specialists.
Provides grants to help cover the costs of registration fees so that all kids ages 5-18 years in Humboldt can play a season of sport. The Humboldt chapter accepts applications and administers grants of up to $750 per child/year, for kids who live in Humboldt, or in one of the other communities we serve.
This website provides parents, caregivers, early childhood educators and speech-language pathologists with the knowledge and training needed to help young children develop the best possible language, social and literacy skills.
NOW Play (Northern Oral Language and Writing through Play): Based on Canadian research, this website offers a variety of resources for parents to improve Indigenous children’s educational achievement and enhance their Indigenous language and cultural knowledge; contribute to theory in Indigenous education, early childhood education, and language and literacy learning and pedagogy; and strengthen and sustain research and teaching capacity in northern Indigenous communities.