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Programs for Play

Smart Play - Chances Family Centre PEI - before and after school program
Smart Play

Before and after-school program for children in kindergarten and up to grade 6. Fun and creative activities as well as outdoor play and healthy snacks.

Smart Start - Chances PEI daycare
Smart Start
Licensed Monday-Friday daycare services for children 0-5. We also help to prepare children for success at school and offer support to parents to maximize their child’s potential at school.
Drop In Play - Chances Family Centre PEI
Strong Start

Children 0-6 years and their caregivers come together and participate in age-appropriate early-learning activities, engage in active play, and build a sense of connection and community with other families.

Drop In Play - Chances Family Centre PEI
A universal play-based program for four-year-old children meant to support the transition to kindergarten and highlight their overall development.

Programs for Parents

Special Delivery Prenatal Program - Chances PEI
Special Delivery
Our prenatal program is for the expectant family, offering a relaxed and informative way to learn about pregnancy, labour and birth.
Building Incredible Babies Postnatal - Chances PEI
Building Incredible Babies
Our postnatal group for parents with babies from birth to 12 months. Build confidence in your parenting in a group setting while discussing parenting topics.
Parent Sessions - Chances PEI
Parent Sessions

Information sessions on topics relevant to parents and caregivers with children between the ages of birth and six years old. Share your knowledge and learn from others.

Best Start - in-home support - Chances PEI
Best Start
In-home support program offered in partnership with Public Health Nursing. Discuss health, safety, language and other topics related to your child (birth-36 months).


CHANCES (Caring, Helping, And Nurturing, Children Every Step) is a non-profit, charitable organization that exists to provide a range of child development and parent support services to children from 0-11 years and their families, particularly those experiencing additional life challenges.

In the provision of a range of comprehensive programs and services, CHANCES receives funding through the Public Health Agency of Canada, the province of Prince Edward Island, and private donations.

In addition, CHANCES offers self-sustaining programs on a fee for service basis for families.