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GrandparentsThere is truth to the saying, “it takes a village to raise a child.” Fostering healthy relationships with grandparents and other extended family members is important to a child's sense of well-being and their place in this world. They can provide stability, support, wisdom and experience with the children.
When a relationship between parents breaks down, sometimes this important bond between children and their grandparents suffers as well. Particularly in cases where there are custody disputes between the parents or when one parent remarries, grandparents can find themselves denied access to see or communicate with their grandchildren. In other situations, grandparents may get involved in gaining custody of the grandchildren themselves.
Grandparents' Rights in BC
The following information is general in nature and does not serve as legal advice.
Peer Support Group Volunteer Facilitators
PCBC is grateful for the help of volunteers to conduct and expand our programs. If you are able to help facilitate a support group for grandparents in your area, please contact the PCBC Coordinator at email@example.com or 604- 415-4780. Thank you.Resource Links
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