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Parenting After Separation

Register for the Program

To register for the For the Sake of the Children information sessions and to ask about the COVID status of the program being offered in your location:

  • Call our toll-free line - 1-888-281-8081;

COVID-19 Protocols

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all taking extra precautions to stay healthy, and have set-up COVID safety protocols in each location where classes are being offered across the province. We ask that you assist us in our efforts to keep everyone safe at the FTSOTC sessions by following the protocols below: 

  1. If you are sick or experiencing any sign of COVID, please do not attend the class and let us know that you will not be attending as soon as you can, by calling our toll-free line at 1-888-281-8081, or by sending an email to FTSOTC@gnb.ca.
  2. Please bring a face mask to the session. You will be required to wear a mask when you cannot maintain physical distancing in narrow areas such as walking past another person in the meeting room, walking down a hall way, exiting a room or in the washroom. A mask will be provided if you do not have one.
  3. When arriving at the facility, follow the signage and directional arrows.
  4. Upon entry to the meeting room, a security person will ask you COVID screening questions and refuse entry if you are experiencing 2 or more symptoms. You will be permitted to enter if you only have one symptom. Security will not permit your entry if you respond yes to other COVID screening questions, or if you do not follow the safety protocols at the session. The security person will sanitize your hands as you enter the meeting room each time. 
  5. Surfaces in the meeting room will be sanitized and seating will be set up for people to sit 2 meters (6 feet) apart. 

Your safety is very important to us and we appreciate your cooperation. The details of these protocols and how it impacts you will be explained during the registration process, and as you arrive and begin your classes.

Participation Survey

Participants who have completed both Part A and Part B are asked to help evaluate the program by completing a questionnaire. This feedback is important, as it will help to improve For the Sake of the Children.

Click here to complete the survey.


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