Family Resource Networks (FRNs) provide supports and services to help Alberta families reach their fullest potential. A variety of services are available across the province for children and youth ages 0 to 18, and their families. Services include:
- Child and youth development and well-being supports, which includes parent and child programs, youth leadership and mentoring programs, and childhood developmental screenings and assessments.
- Caregiver capacity building supports, which includes Home Visitation programs, Triple P parenting supports, and supports for young parents.
- Social connections and supports, which includes community events, group sessions, and connections to other resources.
These services focus on the well-being of families and help build healthy, strong communities. The agencies who are a part of the FRNs work to make sure infants, children and youth are safe and resilient, while supporting parents and caregivers.
Services provided through FRNs are available to all Albertans, free of charge, regardless of where they live.
There are 70 FRNs across the province. Each Network is located on the map below. For more detailed information regarding services offered by each FRN, please click on any Network.