Collective Community Services (CCS)
CCS offers a variety of programs for youth. For example, the Friendship club is a social skills development program for students in grade 1-6; the Lion’s roar prepares children to deal with the situation they may encounter in their lives such and conflicts, bullying, anxiety, and building resilience. A final program is all about girls’ empowerment, which gives them the tools to navigate the social issues they face. They also provide workshops for children and parents. These include the mother goose program for infants, the early head start program for children 0-5 with the goal of strengthening family relationships and preparing children for school. They have the little learner program, which is a cooperative early childhood education program focusing on school readiness for children 2-5 years old. Finally, they have family matters, which is a parent education and support program.