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Family Programs and Services

St. Albert Early Years Coalition

2016 Parent Information Evenings:

FCSS Funded Organizations

Various FCSS-funded organizations also provide a range of family programming opportunities. Further information on these can be accessed through their organization.

St. Albert Stop Abuse in Families Society

  • Stop Abuse in Families provides a safe environment for anyone wishing to discuss a problem of abuse in a non-threatening atmosphere

The Community Information and Volunteer Centre

  • The Community Information and Volunteer Centre has a large database of contact information for various resources available in the community, a database of current volunteer opportunities and the Sidekicks Mentoring Program which matches community volunteers with children between the ages of 6 to 16.

St. Albert Family Resource Centre

  • The St. Albert Family Resource Centre offers parent education and support through courses, parent coaching, home visitation and support groups on an in-house and outreach basis. They also offer numerous early childhood development programs both parented and un-parented; child and youth Programs; outreach programs and community and family events.

St. Albert Food Bank / Community Village

  • The St. Albert Food Bank / Community Village assists disadvantaged residents to reach or return to a state of independence, personal safety and improved quality of life and empowerment. The Community Village Community Liaison Worker will coordinate access for its clients to the appropriate community-based social agencies and provide assistance to individuals in social crises which could include, but not limited to, housing and food insecurities, abuse and unemployment

Last edited: February 10, 2017

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