Image Source: THINKSTOCK Share: During Deployment The PMFRC provides the following support for families dealing with a deployment: Support groups Individual check-ins Morale Mail Children's Deployment Support Program (CDSP) in local schools Youth support groups Information sessions in schools within Renfrew County Emergency Child Care Available Resources: Casual Child Care Leisure programs Emergency Respite Care Crisis Intervention Worker Deployment Pro Tips Whether this is your first, third, or tenth deployment -- everyone can use a pro tip! Meet other people who's spouses are deployed, and learn new skills to make the time apart easier. The group meets on a monthly basis and is open to anyone whose partner is away due to a work-related separation. Check out our events calendar for upcoming dates and times. Deployment Supervised Care We also offer three consecutive hours of subsidized care each month for families with children ages 0-12, who are experiencing a work-related separation. A work-related separation includes courses, taskings, IR, exercises as well as time in the field or overseas. A Family Information Form must be completed to verify that your partner is deployed. Subsidized care will not be accessible until a form has been completed, and the unit has verified a deployment. Registration MUST be completed on-line. Please note: the registration process may take up to 15 minutes to complete, but you will not have to complete it again for subsequent months. For more information, please contact our Deployment Support Coordinator Frances Priest at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 687-7587 ext. 3257. Families of CANSOF members, contact YOUR Family Support Team by calling (613) 687-7587 or by email at email@example.com.