The province of Nova Scotia provides many community based services and programs for children, youth & family. Children, youth, and their parents can always use some support. Pictou County Partners is a database of agencies for children and youth.
* This may have been affected by the pandemic.
Information, counselling and educational programs are provided by Education & Early Childhood Development and Family Service of Eastern Nova Scotia.
* To see a full listing of family programs in your area search "Child, Youth and Family" at 211 Nova Scotia.
If you have a child between the ages of 0-5 who is at risk or has been diagnosed with a development delay, Nova Scotia Early Childhood Development Intervention Services may be able to provide information, support, and services. Please visit their individual websites to find locations, contact information and specifics about programs.
Pulse Pictou County is "a group to unite and connect the young working age people in Pictou County. We aim to attract and retain a growing population of our demographic, and to make the area a more engaging place for young people to live and contribute." "We host events, ranging from many activities like trail building to yoga, curling to hiking, and our anchor event, Pulse trivia night."
If you need assistance finding any resources, please don't hesitate to ask. Contact or drop in to any of our branch libraries. Our friendly staff will help you.
Check our Events calendar often for updates on upcoming library programs or call toll free 1-866-779-7761.
Access to books, magazines, online databases, programs and more., drop in to any of our branch libraries or call toll free 1-866-779-7761.