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The Arson Prevention Program for Children (TAPP-C)

Playing with fire and starting a fire are extremely dangerous behaviours that can result in tragedy.

TAPP-C is a program for youth who have played with fire or set fires, including: playing with matches or lighters, burning paper or garbage, performing lighter "tricks," intentionally setting fire to buildings, or making bombs.

It is an evidence-based collaborative program that involves fire service and mental health professionals working together to insure that all youth are educated and have the best chance possible for a safe and healthy future.


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