Seniors Programs and Services
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At this time the St. Albert Seniors' Working Group, comprised of senior serving agencies and other non-profit organizations, are working on three priorities: information, affordable and accessible transportation, and elder abuse community response. If you want to share your thoughts about the issues facing seniors, please contact Leanne at 780-459-1756 or email@example.com.
- Level 2 Elder Abuse Training
- Transportation Program
- St. Albert Seniors Directory
- St. Albert Seniors Housing Brochure
- St. Albert Rental Assistance Program
- Snow Removal Information for St. Albert Seniors
- Dementia & Alzheimer's Disease Information
- CIVC - Volunteer Income Tax Service
- St. Albert Public Library - Seniors Services
- 50+ Club - Transportation Program
Seniors' Outreach Coordinator
FCSS Funded Organizations
Various FCSS-funded organizations provide a range of senior's programming opportunities. Further information on these can be accessed through each respective organization.
The St. Albert Seniors Association provides a gathering place for seniors to meet for socialization, information, education and recreation. The club also offers the Social Lunch, Meals on Wheels and Seniors Outreach programs.
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 to children between the ages of 6 to 16.
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.
Stop Abuse in Families provides a safe environment for anyone wishing to discuss a problem of abuse in a non-threatening atmosphere.
Last edited: November 15, 2016