Daybreak Parent Child Centre is for children and families thriving within communities that support them to reach their potential.
Daybreak Parent Child Centre exists so there will be:
I Optimal learning, development and programming for children and families experiencing challenges.
1.1 Strengths-based, child centred, programming for children ages 2-6 and their families.
1.2 Health for young children, ages 0-2, supported by parent development programs.
1.3 Healthy parenting; healthy development for children; ages 0-12, supported by home visitation and connection to the community.
II Enhanced community capacity to support families with young children
2.1 Daybreak Community Program exists so that families with young children pre-natal to age 6, will be further strengthened using a holistic, strengths-based and culturally sensitive model, following the principles of family support and community capacity building.
2.1.1 Daybreak Community Programs are inclusive and responsive to the needs of New Canadian families.
2.2 Daybreak through its available resources extends mentorship and modeling, as well as training to the broader community supportive of children and families.
III Public policy supportive of child and family well being.
3.1 Positive Parenting outcomes, especially for children; ages 0–12, supported by universally accessible programming.