***COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS FOR VISITORS***

We are thrilled to announce that as of January 25, 2021, we have received clarity and clearance from our Manitoba Public Health Inspector to re-open our Centre to in-person and on-site services! In order to provide these services, the following pandemic safety protocols must be followed by all visitors to our building and office:

  • Services need to be provided by appointment only except in emergency situations, to limit the number of people in our office space at a time. Please email, message or call ahead to book your time slot:

  • Hand washing and sanitizing upon office arrival is encouraged

  • Social distancing needs to be maintained as much as is possible

  • Masks must be worn at all times in the building 

  • If you are sick or experiencing or presenting with symptoms consistent with covid-19 we will be unable to serve you in person 

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Babysitter Safety Training 

DATE: Saturday February 27, 2021
 

TIME: 8:30am to 4:30pm (including lunch break) 
 

LOCATION: SLFRC Meeting Room
 

COST: FREE (Donations welcomed), materials are supplied
 

The Safety Services Manitoba Babysitter Safety Training Course

Materials are aimed at youth 12 years and older to prepare them

for the important job of babysitting. Youth turning 12 in the near

future may be considered as well.
 

Space is limited to 8 participants due to covid-19 restrictions, first come first serve. Priority will be given to youth aged 12 or older at the time of the training. A wait list will be created in case of participant withdrawal, as well as for the next training session.
 

Masks must be worn and social distancing will be expected when possible. To sign up email snowlakefrc@gmail.com

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Who We Are:

The Snow Lake Family Resource Centre is a not-for-profit, registered charity. Our operations and programming are funded solely through grants, donations and community supporters that rent our facilities, access our services and attend our events.

The services that we provide the community and surrounding area include emotional support & counselling, information & referrals and educational events & workshops. Additionally, we provide Employment Services including resume assistance, job search skill development, interview preparation and more! 

Our programs and services will always be centered around public education, wellness and awareness on various social issues to establish and/or strengthen social interaction and support within the Snow Lake community.

Thank you to our Sponsors and Community Supporters:

  • The Snow Lake Health Auxiliary

  • The Town of Snow Lake

  • Elks of Canada

 

Building renovations grant provided by:

  • Community Places North

 

Snow Lake Family Resource Centre

funding provided by:

  • Snow Lake Health Auxiliary​

  • HudBay

  • Manitoba Community Services Council Inc.

  • Healthy Together Now

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