Are you going to be going to be a transfer soon or have you just moved? We know that a move requires a lot of adaptation and a great deal of information, whether it’s a departure to another base or an arrival in Valcartier. Don’t hesitate to call on us.
Theme-based activities that bring people together by integrating newcomers and reinforcing the military family community.
Talk to a health care specialist without having to travel. Text or video consultation with nurse practitioners and physicians for episodic care needs. Special access for the military community. Find out what different packages are available.
Workshop on the military reality. Learn to recognize the different terms, the types of military personnel, the types of military bases and the different aspects and challenges that come with this lifestyle. Ideal for families with a new military member.
The welcome visit allows you to learn about the services offered by the Valcartier Family Centre, meet the various employees and become familiar with the facilities. If you have recently arrived in the area or simply do not know our services, do not hesitate to ask for a visit.
A counsellor who knows and understands the reality of postings is available to answer your questions and guide you to the right resources. The meetings are customized according to your needs, confidential and free.
Lyne Tremblay tells us about her experiences during the various postings during her time in the Canadian Armed Forces.
Lyne is a Valcartier Military Family Resource Centre volunteer who has moved on several occasions both as a military member and as a military spouse, with and without children.
Posting with children
How to prepare for a posting
Learning new language
Tools and VMFRC services
– Mom is a soldier history
– Support your child during a posting (0-17 years old)