A provincial state of emergency remains in effect due to numerous wildfires.

For wildfire related information, call the 24-hour info line at 310-4455 (available in 200+ languages) or visit

Family supports

Child and family services, interventions and support programs, and the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate.

Services and information

Lower and middle-income families with children may be eligible for the benefit to help provide a better quality of life for their children.

Learn how to activate and use the Government of Alberta prepaid card to get funds for certain programs.

Adult caregivers can apply for financial and medical benefits for a child if the child’s parents or guardians cannot care for the child.

Resources that help support children and youth with mental health concerns.

Find offices that offer a range of services to children, youth and families.

Families who are involved with Children’s Services can get help with resolving disagreements about children or youth.

Community programs can apply for funding for projects that support mentorship for at-risk youth and youth receiving government services.

Child intervention services for First Nation communities.

The Committee reviews family violence deaths in Alberta and makes recommendations aimed at the prevention and reduction of family violence.

Shifting the over-representation of Indigenous children in child intervention.

This independent office of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta is mandated to work with vulnerable young people.

A new program to help youth leaving government care and young adults formerly in care transition to adulthood successfully.

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