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.

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Airdrie

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-630-5112

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 211 125 Main Street NW, Airdrie , Alberta, Canada, T4B 0P7

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Variety of programs to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-617-3152

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 211 125 Main Street NW, Airdrie , Alberta, Canada, T4B 0P7

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Early Childhood Development Programs consist of a wide variety of programming that are attended by the child and adult caregiver. The education focus is on the parent/caregiver. The child has access to developmentally appropriate activities and their presence reduces barriers for the parent/caregiver to attend. The programs provide the adult with opportunities to learn from role models and benefit from the information being shared and the formal and natural supports being developed.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-945-3900

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 211 125 Main Street NW, Airdrie, Alberta, Canada, T4B 0P7

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Athabasca

Bonnyville

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Providing intensive and targeted services to assist families with children to address challenges, stabilize home environments, and build resilient family units.

  • Role: Spoke

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  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

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Brooks

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: A help-line has been developed in partnership with FCSS – 403-362-1926 (Text or call). Families call in to the Help-Line and are provided with information and referral services. Parenting support and emotional support are provided by telephone and online.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 403-362-5056

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 - 327 3rd Street W, Brooks, Alberta, Canada, T1R 0E7

  • Geo: 50.568902999999999, -111.899676

Buffalo Lake Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available, and offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-689-2170

  • Address: Box 16, Caslan, Alberta, Canada, T0A 0R0

  • Geo: 54.570048999999997, -112.48156299999999
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The home visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure families needs will be addressed and met. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

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Calgary - New Canadian, Immigrant and Refugee Supporting

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: HIPPY is a home-based parenting and early childhood enrichment program that aligns with the Social Emotional Learning model. Focuses on providing multi-barrier low income parents living in high needs areas of the city with the knowledge and skills to be their child’s first teacher and support their school readiness.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-444-1759

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 200 - 138 4th Avenue SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 4Z6

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Cross Cultural Parenting Post Conflict (CCPPC) program aims to offer targeted services for immigrant and New Canadian families with children of ages 0-17 years. The objective of CCPPC is to offer supports and services that promote the development and strengthening of caregivers’ parenting skills and knowledge to enhance their capacity to create safe, responsive and nurturing environments and support healthy child development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-444-1759

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 200 - 138 4th Avenue SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 4Z6

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Immigrant Girls, Boys and More program aims to promote child development and well-being among young individuals in Calgary by providing targeted supports that address the risk factors that youth ages 14+ face related to gender and family based violence. This is a multi-component program that includes individual and group counselling and support, teen transition support, and curriculum-based groups.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-444-1759

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 200 - 138 4th Avenue SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 4Z6

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Home Visitation program delivers targeted and intensive Home Visitation services to build the capacity of parents (Immigrant and New Canadian,) with children residing in Calgary. The program focuses on supporting parents with children under one year of age, however, the program provides support for all parents with children 0-6 years of age.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-444-1759

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 200 - 138 4th Avenue SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 4Z6

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary City Centre

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in home visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-262-0497

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1715 - 17 Ave SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 5J2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family Champions works with families with children ages 0 to 18 years. Using workshops and interactive learning activities, parents and caregivers learn about different issues and strategies to support the healthy growth and development of their children.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-262-0497

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1715 - 17 Ave SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 5J3

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Functional Family Therapy©(FFT) is an intensive, home-based, evidence-based model that works with the entire family aimed at improving family cohesion and supportiveness, and reducing toxic stress among all family members.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-269-9888

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 180 - 839 5 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2P 3C8

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Infant/Parent Mental Health Support is a site-based program designed to improve the quality of parent-child interaction, parental reflective functioning, levels of secure attachment between parent and child – which in turn reduce the amount of mental health challenges experienced by children, safety risks in the home, and behavioural challenges.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-221-8780

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1001 10th Ave SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B7

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Fathers Moving Forward is a strength-based caregiver support program for young fathers. The program’s goal is to support the healthy social and emotional development of children by increasing protective factors, specifically knowledge of parenting and child development, parental resilience, and access to support in times of need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-629-5642

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary East- Indigenous Supporting

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Program provides culturally safe early development programming for Indigenous children 0-6 years and their parents, grandparents, and other significant caregivers. This universal 8 week program based on the Seven Sacred Teachings is followed by yearlong targeted culturally informed child development programming.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-531-1880

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4518 17th Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2A OT8

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Culturally safe and trauma informed child and youth development programming for Indigenous children and youth 7-18 years and their parents, grandparents, and other significant caregivers. This program was developed in consultation with Indigenous Elders and Traditional Knowledge Holders.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-531-1880

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4518 17th Ave SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2A OT8

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Indigenous cultural programs offered are grounded in the Cree Natural Law, Wahkotiwin, and The Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s (AHF) Healing Program Framework (2006), three necessary elements for promising interventions for Indigenous people: a) integration of an Indigenous world view in planning, design, and implementation, b) culturally safe healing environment, including opportunities for land-based work, and, c) helpers who are competent to heal.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-247-5003

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2716 Sunridge Way NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T1Y 0A5

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Programs are culturally-based, trauma-informed and prioritizes family preservation. The team works with cultural safety to build positive relationships, set intervention goals, and support the individual or family to improve their overall well-being.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-247-5003

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2716 Sunridge Way NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T1Y 0A5

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Consultation with Elders, ceremonies and other cultural knowledge keepers, and cultural practices significant to family functioning and child rearing are integrated into Home Visitation services Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-247-5003

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2716 Sunridge Way NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T1Y 0A5

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary North

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Youth Therapist serves youth ages 14+ years who require intensive therapeutic counseling to address social, emotional and behavioural issues which may be the result of trauma. The goals for therapy will support improved mental health, building of skills such as emotional regulation and coping skills to recover from trauma, and teach youth how to strengthen interpersonal relationships and improve their problem solving capacity.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-276-9981

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 731 13 Avenue NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2E 1C8

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Variety of parenting and child development programs to build parenting capacity. This includes structured programs offered as 6 week, weekly, 2 hour sessions at various times of the week throughout the year with 10-12 sessions per year. Drop in and 1:1 parent education will be ongoing.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-543-0555

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3 176 Bedford Drive NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T3K 2M9

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Variety of programs to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-543-0555

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3 176 Bedford Drive NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T3K 2M9

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The In-Home Family Support Program will provide ‘targeted’ and ‘intensive’ in-home services to families of children 7-17 years old using the Families First Model. This evidence-based program will increase parent/caregiver knowledge and skill in the use of positive, developmentally appropriate parenting practices that will have a positive impact on child and youth social and emotional development and well-being.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-543-0555

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3 176 Bedford Drive NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T3K 2M9

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-543-0555

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3 176 Bedford Drive NE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T3K 2M9

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary Northeast

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Functional Family Therapy©(FFT) is an intensive, home-based, evidence-based model that works with the entire family aimed at improving family cohesion and supportiveness, and reducing toxic stress among all family members.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-269-9888

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 180 - 839 5 Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2P 3C8

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Successful Young Parents is a multi-component program that serves young parents through a variety of intervention strategies that combine group support and activities with individualized support, including: one-on-one parent coaching and capacity-building; couple relationship and co-parenting group sessions; parent classes focused on self-regulation, healthy attachment, parenting skills and family resilience and building networks of connection and natural support in the community.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5194

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3404 25th Street NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 6C1

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Family Life Education spoke service offers a choice of 11 different multi-session parenting courses and 18 single-session parent capacity-building workshops that can be delivered on site at the HUB Centres as well as at community locations across the city.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5194

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3404 25th Street NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 6C1

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Skilled and experienced Home Visitors provide home-based services to vulnerable expectant parents and parents/caregivers with children newborn to age six, where risk factors or a specific need for one-on-one support are present. Services are offered in the family home typically on a weekly basis, with more frequent visits occurring where more intensive support is needed, and frequency tapering off as level of intensity reduces or as the family transitions towards service closure.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5194

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3404 25th Street NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 6C1

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Program provides flexible, in-home support services to families and their children (aged 7-18 years) in their own homes and communities. The Resilient Families Facilitators develop goals with the family to help them achieve success in their parenting, communication, conflict resolution and overall familial wellness.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-219-7433

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1847 48 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2B 1L9

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program will support newcomer parents and caregivers to help their children reach developmental milestones through parent-education (parents only), child-development programming, and parent-child interactive programming.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-538-8375

  • Address: 910 7 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2P 3N8

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary Southeast

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Successful Young Parents is a multi-component program that serves young parents through a variety of intervention strategies that combine group support and activities with individualized support, including: one-on-one parent coaching and capacity-building; couple relationship and co-parenting group sessions; parent classes focused on self-regulation, healthy attachment, parenting skills and family resilience and building networks of connection and natural support in the community.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5180

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 239 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2X 1M2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Family Life Education spoke service offers a choice of 11 different multi-session parenting courses and 18 single-session parent capacity-building workshops that will be deliver at the Hub location as in community locations across the city (libraries, community centres, other family serving agencies, family shelters, residential addictions programs, Calgary Corrections, etc.).

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5180

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3404 25th Street NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 6C1

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Skilled and experienced Home Visitors provide home-based services to vulnerable expectant parents and parents/caregivers with children newborn to age six, where risk factors or a specific need for one-on-one support are present. Services are offered in the family home typically on a weekly basis, with more frequent visits occurring where more intensive support is needed, and frequency tapering off as level of intensity reduces or as the family transitions towards service closure.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5180

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 239 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2X 1M2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Program provides flexible, in-home support services to families and their children in their own homes and communities. The Resilient Families Facilitators develop goals with the family to help them achieve success in their parenting, communication, conflict resolution and overall familial wellness.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-219-7433

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1847 48 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2B 1L9

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary Southwest

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Offers a variety of targeted caregiver capacity building programs including Triple P Standard, Circle of Security, psycho-educational sessions, and Nurturing Parents program etc. Focus is on caregivers with children aged 7-18 years.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-452-1124

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3219 150 Millrise Blvd SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2Y 5G7

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Home Visitation program delivers targeted and intensive Home Visitation services to build the capacity of parents (Immigrant, New Canadian, Indigenous, and Canadian) with children residing in Calgary. The program focuses on supporting parents with children under one year of age, however, the program provides support for all parents with children 0-6 years of age.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-444-1759

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 200 - 138 4th Avenue SE, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2G 4Z6

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

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Calgary West

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) mentoring programs are community and school-based programs for youth (ages 14-18), LGBTQ2S+ children to build executive function skills and improve their social-emotional skills and resiliency.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-777-3535

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 5945 Centre Street SW, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2H 0C2

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  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Family Life Education spoke service offers a choice of 11 different multi-session parenting courses and 18 single-session parent capacity-building workshops that can be delivered on site at the HUB Centre as well as at community locations across the city.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-205-5180

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 3404 25th Street NE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T1Y 6C1

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  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Friendship Group is a social skill training program that offers children the opportunity to learn and practice skills such as: being able to join in and get along with others easily; communicating effectively with peers; playing with others in a cooperative and fair manner; and managing conflicts peacefully. Serves children 5-8yrs and 8-11yrs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-219-7433

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1847 48 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2B 1L9

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Program provides flexible, in-home support services to families and their children (aged 7-18 years) in their own homes and communities. The Resilient Families Facilitators develop goals with the family to help them achieve success in their parenting, communication, conflict resolution and overall familial wellness.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-219-7433

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1847 48 Street SE, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, T2B 1L9

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-283-4200

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 7930 Bowness Road NW, , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Calgary West- Indigenous Supporting

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Indigenous cultural programs offered are grounded in the Cree Natural Law, Wahkotiwin, and The Aboriginal Healing Foundation’s (AHF) Healing Program Framework (2006), three necessary elements for promising interventions for Indigenous people: a) integration of an Indigenous world view in planning, design, and implementation, b) culturally safe healing environment, including opportunities for land-based work, and, c) helpers who are competent to heal.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-247-5003

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2340 1st Avenue NW , Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2N 0B8

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Programs are culturally-based, trauma-informed and prioritizes family preservation. The team works with cultural safety to build positive relationships, set intervention goals, and support the individual or family to improve their overall well-being.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-247-5003

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2340 1st Avenue NW , Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2N 0B8

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. This 75-minute goal based and solution focused counselling service can be accessed by children, parents/caregivers and families as often as they need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-205-5294

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 250 - 707 10 Avenue SW, Calgary , Alberta, Canada, T2R 0B3

  • Geo: ,

Camrose

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-672-0257

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4604 57 Street, Camrose, Alberta, Canada, T4V 2E7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Rural Outreach services will support rural families to access spoke services that will increase family resiliency, reduce wait lists, decrease isolation and provide emotional support. By taking the services to families, barriers are removed and resources can be more easily accessed during times of need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-672-0141

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4823 51 Street, Camrose, Alberta, Canada, T4V 4W7

  • Geo: ,

Canmore

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-678-2529

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 600A 9th Street, Canmore, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Parenting and caregiver capacity building programs such as Circle of Security, Gearing Up for Kindergarten, Emotion Coaching, developmental screening, Drop-in Program, Self-Care for Parents, and sessions for separated and divorced parents.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-762-1124

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 110 Bear Street, Banff, Alberta, Canada, T1L 1A1

  • Geo: ,

Cochrane

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Youth programming that builds resiliency and skill development. Includes the Healthy Relationships program, drop-in programs, social-emotional learning, teen wellness, LGBTQ2S+ programming and 'The Skin You're In' program.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-932-4747

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 111 5th Ave West, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada, T4C 0A4

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-283-4200

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 7930 Bowness Road NW, , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: A variety of programs are offered to strengthen caregivers parenting skills and knowledge, build resiliency, and create safe, responsive and nurturing environments which support healthy child development. Parent capacity building and education programs such as Triple P (0 - 18 years).

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-851-2265

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 127 1st Street W, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: A variety of programs designed to promote children’s social, physical, emotional, cognitive and spiritual well-being. Every program will actively engage infants, children and their parents/caregivers by providing a range of activities that build and/or support the mastery of skills in all developmental domains.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-851-2265

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 127 1st Street W, Cochrane, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Drumheller

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide caregivers with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 1-866-556-4122

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4322 50 Ave, Olds, Alberta, Canada, T4H 1A5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Child and Youth Development will serve families with youth aged 7 – 18 years. Program examples are social skills groups, life skills groups, anger management groups, coping skills groups and youth leadership development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 601 7th Street E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Early Childhood Development will serve families with children aged 0-6 years. Child activities will be directly related to: Fine Motor Skills, Gross Motor Skills, Communication Skills, Problem Solving Skills and Personal-Social Skills. Programs will include staff supervised Parent/Child Play; Developmental Screening Sessions with Ages and Stages Questionnaires; and Supported Play Sessions where collaborative partners (Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists) attend to assist parents with questions and strategies for improved developmental outcomes.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 601 7th Street E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Parent Education will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent education curriculums used are empirically supported and evidence based. Further examples of programming include Connect, Kids Have Stress Too, Triple P, Circle of Security and Active Parenting.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 601 7th Street E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Rural Outreach services will support rural families to access spoke services that will increase family resiliency, reduce wait lists, decrease isolation and provide emotional support. By taking the services to families, barriers are removed and resources can be more easily accessed during times of need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 601 7th Street E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family Support will serve families with children and youth aged 0 – 18 years. Programming is intended to build parental/caregiver resiliency and is focused on the family unit to promote family wellness. Programs are flexible and goal oriented to fit each family’s specific needs with a focus on strengthening protective factors and reducing risk factors for all members of the family.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 601 7th Street E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Intensive Family Intervention Program provides therapeutic support to families, children and youth. Utilizing flexible delivery, a masters level clinician works with families to identify needs, set goals, connect them to resources, and deliver effective family therapy. 

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-901-3761

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 319 180 Riverside Drive E, Drumheller, Alberta, Canada, T0J 0Y4

  • Geo: ,

East Prairie Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available, and offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-523-5056

  • Address: Box 1289, High Prairie, Alberta, Canada, T0G 1E0

  • Geo: 55.214649000000001, -116.288962
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The home visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton - Indigenous Supporting (1)

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide caregivers with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children.  Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life.  Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary.  Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-411-6648

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 12046 77 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 4G9

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Using Indigenous Ways of Knowing and specific staff and resources, parent education and family support programming will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-452-6100

  • Address: 10437 123 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5N 1N8

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-471-3220

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 332 - 10045 156 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5P 2P7

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton - Indigenous Supporting (2)

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Relentless Connectors initiative aims to reduce the need for formal intervention by Children’s Services by meeting the emerging needs of families dealing with multiple risk factors before they reach the crisis threshold for intervention. This program is available through Hub referral.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Dad Engagement and Support will offer Home Visitation to fathers in need. Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children.  Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life.  Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary.  Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children.  Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Family Resource Centre offers a wide range of cultural programming for children and their families to support healthy child development. This program supports families with children of all ages-ranges to be better supported. Caregivers will have access to all Bent Arrow’s programs, such as Traditional Parenting, Family Night, and Elders Breakfast. The Family Resource Centre will offer childcare, meals, and bus tickets to our families attending the Centre.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-481-3451

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 11648 85 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 3E5

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton - New Canadian, Immigrant and Refugee Supporting

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Various parenting programs are offered for each age cohort through groups or workshops. In addition, one-on-one support and referral to program participants is provided to ensure that families have access to needed services and community resources to address their needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-429-3111

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9649 105A Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0M3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-479-5746

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 8718 118 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 0T1

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Cultural Programs that aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead. Culturally attuned family support program that supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-900-2777

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 10205 111 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5K 1K9

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years old will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups. These programs will focus on parent and family support and touch on all of the developmental domains.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-423-1973

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-423-1973

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-423-1973

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-424-8181

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 10135 89 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 1P6

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton City Centre

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-479-5746

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 8718 118 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5B 0T1

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-421-8811

  • Address: 9635 102A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0G3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children.  Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-471-3737

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9516 114 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5G 0K7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program focuses on supporting vulnerable children and their parents/caregivers. This program is for families experiencing extreme moments of adversity. The intent is to build parenting skills and capacity and provides parents with free, short-term planned and unplanned, child care

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-471-3737

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9516 114 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5G 0K7

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton North Central

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-424-8181

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 10135 89 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 1P6

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Using Indigenous Ways of Knowing and specific staff and resources, parent education and family support programming will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-477-7961

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Rm 2 - 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Early Childhood Development programming promotes the ‘learning by doing’ philosophy. Designed to foster interactive play and learning between parents and their children. Parents will receive information on healthy child development, access to the Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) and help identifying any potential developmental issues. Referral to appropriate resources to address any concerns.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-478-5396

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 6717 132 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5C 2A4

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Parent Education programming serve families with children and youth. Parent/caregiver education will support families to gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: 11510 153 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5X 6A3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: 11510 153 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5X 6A3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: 11510 153 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5X 6A3

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton Northeast

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-904-5366

  • Address: 14017 Victoria Trail NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5Y 2B6

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-471-3737

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9516 114 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5G 0K7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Terra's supports are specific to expectant and parenting young adults.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-428-3772

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 14023 Victoria Trail NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5Y 2B6

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family outreach and support is delivered by Family and Community Resource Workers who connects with parents in a variety of settings including group programming, face to face in the centre and in-home, at community events and via the telephone.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton Southeast

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-424-8181

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 10135 89 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 1P6

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years old will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups. These programs will focus on parent and family support and touch on all of the developmental domains.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Using Culturally specific staff and resources, parent education and family support programming will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-423-1973

  • Address: 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Using Indigenous Ways of Knowing and specific staff and resources, parent education and family support programming will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-471-3220

  • Address: 332 - 10045 156 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5P 2P7

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton Southwest

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Various parenting programs are offered for each age cohort through groups or workshops. In addition, one-on-one support and referral to program participants is provided to ensure that families have access to needed services and community resources to address their needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-429-3111

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9650 105A Ave, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0M3

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years old will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups. These programs will focus on parent and family support and touch on all of the developmental domains.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-900-6096

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 20 - 9912 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5K 1C5

  • Geo: ,

Edmonton West

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-424-8181

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 10135 89 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 1P6

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-413-4521

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years of age will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups, as well as individualized 1-1 contact with families. These programs will focus on parent and family support and touch on all of the developmental domains.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 587-635-1775

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Terra's supports are specific to expectant and parenting young adults.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-489-2243

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9930 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5K 1C7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. Families will learn to improve communication and advocacy skills to create safe, responsive, and nurturing environments.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-900-6096

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 20 - 9912 106 Street NW, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5K 1C5

  • Geo: ,

Elizabeth Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available and that offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-594-5026

  • Address: Box 420 - STN MAIN, Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada, T9M 1P1

  • Geo: 54.217010000000002, -110.102141
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The home visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed and met. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Fishing Lake Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available, and that offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-943-2202

  • Address: General Delivery, Sputinow, Alberta, Canada, T0A 3G0

  • Geo: 53.969541999999997, -110.176742
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Home Visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Fort McMurray

Fort Saskatchewan

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Using Indigenous Ways of Knowing and specific staff and resources, parent education and family support programming will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-477-7961

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Rm 2 - 9538 107 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, T5H 0T7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: A number of programs and opportunities for families with children aged 0-6 years. These programs focus on the parent/child relationship by providing different activities and resources that support early learning and development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-998-5595

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 9901 90 Street , Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada, T8L 3T1

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to  provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-998-5595

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: , Nisku , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Gift Lake Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available and that offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-767-3794

  • Address: Box 60, Gift Lake, Alberta, Canada, T0G 1B0

  • Geo: 55.882091000000003, -115.814516
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The Home Visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed and met. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

Grande Prairie

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Providing family and caregiver support services via Home Visitation services through Great Kids Inc. Services are provided for prenatal and children up to six years old.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-538-3854

  • Address: 9625 Prairie Road, Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, T8V 6G5

  • Geo: ,

High Level

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Hub will create an information sharing framework for service providers to facilitate a flow of information into the Hub of programs and services and out of Hub on supports and programs available by other service providers.

  • Role: Hub

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: 58.520474, -117.15473900000001
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The HLTLLS will be providing the Parent Education Spoke in our FRN. Programing will be offered to families of children both at a universal and targeted manner. Universal programming will be available to all families. These programs will be offered using a variety of modalities, including group sessions, one on one, phone/distance or in home sessions. They could include Triple P Level 2 and 3, Active Parenting, Infant Massage, ASQ & ASQ-SE, Early Childhood Development based playgroups, breast feeding support and prenatal sessions. Targeted program delivery would be for clients with existing risk factors or specific demographic needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-926-4668

  • Address: Box 3147 , High Level , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The HLTLLS will be providing the Home Visitation Spoke in our FRN. Home Visitation promotes positive parent-child relationships, improves parenting knowledge and skills, fosters healthy child development, helps families access the network of formal and informal services and supports available in their own communities, promotes family wellness and helps build strong communities.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-926-4668

  • Address: Box 3147 , High Level , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Program provides targeted and intensive supports for families with children 7-18 years. Home visits are an essential component of service delivery of the Family Resilience Program, but supports can also be delivered to families in their community, at a coffee shop or the library, and over the phone. Our Early Intervention Workers deliver services where they are needed according to family members’ preferences.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-624-1029

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,

High Prairie

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Family support and resource services, parent/caregiver education workshops, presentations and individualized session, parent-child/youth engagement and learning groups, community engagement events, networking and partnerships.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-523-2715

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 4709 51 Avenue, High Prairie, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Provides targeted and intensive supports for families with children 7-18 years. Home visits are an essential component of service delivery of the Family Resilience Program, but supports can also be delivered to families in their community, at a coffee shop or the library, and over the phone. Our Early Intervention Workers deliver services where they are needed according to family members preferences.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-523-5575

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 209 - 4723 53 Avenue, High Prairie, Alberta, Canada, T0G 1E0

  • Geo: ,

High River

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The programs and services at the Youth Resource Centre will include programming for youth that supports and focuses on building protective factors and prevents the development of risk factors and vulnerabilities. Programs include, Lead UP!, Flex Your Head, Project Backpack, Raise the Grade, and Keystone.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-470-8186

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 1204 10th Street SE, High River, Alberta, Canada, T1V 1M7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Caregiver Capacity & Parent Education encompasses a continuum of parenting and development promoting programs such as Alphabet Soup, Animal Tales, BASIS, Books for Babies, Building Blocks, Mentoring, LAPS, Pillowslip Stories, and Time for Rhymes.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: -403-485-3107

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 110 1 Avenue S, Vulcan, Alberta, Canada, T0L 2B0

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: A variety of programs and services for families with children 0-12 years that promotes a child's social, physical, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual well-being as well as parenting, family support programs for families with children 0-18 years, and community outreach support.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-652-8633

  • Address: 106 - 303 9th avenue SW, High River , Alberta, Canada, T1V 0H2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support to help improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 403-601-2910

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: 2 - 127 3rd Avenue SW , High River, Alberta, Canada, T1V 1P3

  • Geo: ,

Innisfail/Red Deer County

  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Child and Youth Development will serve families with youth aged 7 – 18 years. Program examples are social skills groups, life skills groups, anger management groups, coping skills groups and youth leadership development.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: Early Childhood Development will serve families with children aged 0-6 years. Child activities will be directly related to: Fine Motor Skills, Gross Motor Skills, Communication Skills, Problem Solving Skills and Personal-Social Skills. Programs will include staff supervised Parent/Child Play; Developmental Screening Sessions with Ages and Stages Questionnaires; and Supported Play Sessions where collaborative partners (Occupational Therapists, Speech Pathologists) attend to assist parents with questions and strategies for improved developmental outcomes.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Parent Education will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Parent education curriculums used are empirically supported and evidence based.  Further examples of programming include Connect, Kids Have Stress Too, Triple P, Circle of Security and Active Parenting.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: Rural Outreach services will support rural families to access spoke services that will increase family resiliency, reduce wait lists, decrease isolation and provide emotional support. By taking the services to families, barriers are removed and resources can be more easily accessed during times of need.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family Support will serve families with children and youth aged 0 – 18 years. Programming is intended to build parental/caregiver resiliency and is focused on the family unit to promote family wellness.  Programs are flexible and goal oriented to fit each family’s specific needs with a focus on strengthening protective factors and reducing risk factors for all members of the family.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 877-994-5465

  • Web: Visit website

  • Address: Unit 121 - 4804 50th Street, Innisfail , Alberta, Canada, T4G 1C2

  • Geo: ,

Jasper

  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Diversion program is a Family Support Program that provides a continuum of services in the home and in the community with the aim to effectively support, strengthen and preserve families through a client centered approach that encompasses the existing strengths and resiliency of families. Workers will present children 7+, youth, adults and families with information and material on issues related to family functioning, child development, communication, stress, positive attachments and strong problem-solving skills.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-723-5494

  • Address: 13 - 5023 3rd Ave, Edson, Alberta, Canada, T7E 1X7

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family and caregiver support services of Home Visitation to promote positive parent-child relationships, improve parenting knowledge and skills, foster healthy child development, help families access the network of formal and informal services and supports available in their own communities, promote family wellness and help build strong communities.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-865-5189

  • Address: 965 Switzer Drive, Hinton, Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: The Mamowichihitowin program offers therapy and checks on clients using a combination of Western evidence-based models (such as narrative therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and Family Systems Theory) with traditional Indigenous teachings and worldview (e.g. Medicine Wheel Teachings, Seven Grandfather Teachings, etc.) to address Historical Trauma Transmission affecting children and their families.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-865-5189

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Family and caregiver support services. FRN Workers providing vulnerable families supported referrals to other services (Food Bank, Public Health, Mental Health, etc.). FRN Workers support vulnerable families with completing assistance applications (EI, COVID-19 assistance applications, etc.)

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-852-2100

  • Address: 627 Patricia Street, Jasper, Alberta, Canada, T0E 1E0

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Jasper FRN staff will provide evidence-based education, training and skill building classes for parents and caregivers that promote a healthy parent-child relationship, safe nurturing home environments and positive parenting practices

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-852-2100

  • Address: 627 Patricia Street, Jasper, Alberta, Canada, T0E 1E0

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: FRN staff working to provide vulnerable families with youth and teens the most relevant and current supports. Programming supports parents well-being, builds resiliency and strengthens parenting skills. FRN Workers providing vulnerable families supported referrals to other services (Food Bank, Public Health, Mental Health, etc.).

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-852-2100

  • Address: 627 Patricia Street, Jasper, Alberta, Canada, T0E 1E0

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Caregiver capacity building supports

  • Service description: Activity-based, interactive workshops for caregivers and children to learn skills together and parenting education. Parenting education would include concepts from formal programs such as the Positive Parenting Program, the Brain Core Story, and Kids Have Stress too, as well as issuing tip sheets, information from relevant agencies (e.g. Alberta Health Services), or sharing expertise from guest speakers (e.g. dietician, optometrist, psychologist).

  • Role: Spoke

  • Phone: 780-865-6073

  • Address: 805 Switzer Drive, Hinton, Alberta, Canada, T8V 1V1

  • Geo: ,

Kikino Metis Settlement

  • Program type: Social connections and supports

  • Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available and that offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents.

  • Role: Hub

  • Phone: 780-623-7868

  • Address: General Delivery, Kikino, Alberta, Canada, T0A 2C0

  • Geo: 54.441966999999998, -112.097262
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The home visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed and met. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: ,
  • Program type: Child and youth development and well-being supports

  • Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality.

  • Role: Spoke

  • Address: , , Alberta, Canada,

  • Geo: