- SecondStep - social emotional learning, bullying prevention, child protection
- Hull Services
- My Child's Learning: A Parent Resource Alberta Government
- CASA Caregiver Village - Casa has designed the CASA Caregiver Village website and downloadable app. This web-based parenting resource focuses on the mental health of children aged 0-18 by offering hundreds of evidenced-based strategies easily accessible on line. Many of the strategies come with downloadable tools that have been proven to be helpful for parents and caregivers who struggle to manage their children's challenging behaviours. The site educates visitors about children's mental health, while reaching out to parents and caregivers to normalize their experience. In their own words parents talk about their fears, worries, and ultimately their success on the journey to mental wellness. Interactive tools, such as videos, worksheets, visual imagery, articles and additional links help parents cope.
- For information on lice and how to deal with them please go to this Alberta Health Site
- Child Intervention Services 403 297 2995.
At Children’s Village School we believe that students achieve their best when family and school can work together collaboratively. We invite and encourage parents, guardians and family members to be active members of your student’s learning team; we welcome your thoughts, suggestions and input into your child’s programming, and encourage you to connect with the classroom team regularly.
Among the resources and supports available to students at Children’s Village School are school Psychologists and a Home School Liaison Counsellor. These individuals are active members of our school community and vital to the success of our students. Their support is available to students within the school, but also to family members. Should you ever be interested in exploring the supports and services our Psychologists or Home School Liaison Counsellor could provide to you and your family, please call the main office during school hours.
Community Resource Centres
Alberta Children’s Hospital: 403-955-3272
Family & Community Resource Centre (FCRC) Toll Free 1-877-943-3272
The FCRC provides a comfortable and supportive environment where families, service providers, and community members can find reliable child health information, receive support, access child health education, and connect with community resources.
Aspen Family Centre 403-219-3477
Aspen is a charitable human service agency in Calgary. Aspen Family Centre helps those in need deal with life's challenges to create better, more rewarding lives.
Carya (formerly Inner City Community Resource Centre) 403-269-9888
With 40 program offerings for individuals and families, we provide a full spectrum of interactive counselling and development services for people of all ages — from babies to youth to older adults — and their support network.
Chestermere Community Services 403-207-7050
Provides family support, referrals and assistance with basic needs, food bank referrals, accessing government support programs, youth, adult, family and senior programs, financial concerns, good food box program, registries – babysitting & day home.
Claresholm & District: 403-625-4417
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
FCSS offers parenting support, resources and education, anger management programs, supports to enhance self-esteem, babysitting, kids & drugs program, and other programs for youth.
Cochrane Family & Community Support Services 403-851-2250
The Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) mission is to encourage, strengthen and stabilize family and community life. Drop into our offices to get a calendar of current programs, visit the resource library, get referral information, pick up government forms and more.
Community Links 403-945-3900 or 1-866-945-3905
Community Links is a nonprofit, charitable organization which provides support and services to individuals and families in Airdrie, North Rocky View Region and surrounding areas.
CUPS Family Resource Centre 403-221-8780
Offers collaborative and holistic services in the areas of health care, education and social services.
The Family Resource Facilitation Program
Committed to creating collaborative partnerships and relationships within the community while building capacity and quality in child care programs. Through education, support and resources we guide, empower and strengthen child care programs and their families resulting in quality care for children.
F.A.C.E.S Society For Alberta
A grassroots organization, created by adoptive parents. We are looking to work together with adoptive parents and community partners to create a network that supports families through the span of the adoption process.
Heart of the North East Community Solutions Resource Centre 403-293-5467
A community-based “one-stop shop” for resources and support for Calgary’s north east communities. The centre provides a continuum of services and resources, such as computers, fax machine, photocopying and job information, as well as referrals to additional resources in the community.
Huntington Hills Community Association 403-275-6666
A welcoming, innovative organization, built & sustained by the community, to meet recreation and service needs today and tomorrow in a helpful and caring way. Builds community and enhances quality of life through the provision of accessible programs to residents of all ages in Huntington Hills and surrounding communities.
The Job Resource Centre – Banff & Canmore Banff: 403-760-3311
Specializes in helping individuals find employment in Banff and Canmore. The Canmore Resource Centre offers resume writing workshops.
Email: Banff@jobresourcecentre.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Millican Ogden Community Association 403-279-3973
Offers sports and recreation programs, a published newsletter, and social events.
Nanton Quality of Life Foundation 403-646-2436
The Nanton Family Resource Centre offers several programs and resources for individuals in the Nanton area.
Neighbour Link 403-209-1930
Neighbour Link is a non-profit organization providing Calgarians who are living below the poverty line with free furniture, household items, baby supplies, food hamper deliveries, bus tickets and more.
North East Family Connections 403-293-0424
Offers programs and supports to families living, working, or attending school in the communities of : Castleridge, Cityscape, Coral Springs, Falconridge, Martindale, Red Stone, Saddle Ridge, Sky View Ranch & Taradale.
Okotoks Health Family Resources Centre 403-995-2626
Our friendly staff at the Okotoks Family Resource Centre can help you problem-solve, and will connect you with the right supports for financial challenges, coping difficulties, medical and dental services, grief, addictions, family issues, support groups and more.
Parent Link Centres – via Alberta Human Services
Provides information and support for parents and caregivers on how to assist with your child’s learning, development and health, information on how to become a good parent, promoting a healthy pregnancy, locating childcare, various health issues, communication, and discipline.
South West Communities Resource Centre 403-238-9222
We believe that children, youth and adults of every age and background deserve to live decent and fulfilling lives in a society that cares about the common good. This means concerning ourselves with the individual, the family, the community and the society at large. The resource centre can provide information and referrals for basic needs such as food, clothing, housing, employment and transportation.
Sunrise Community Link Resource Centre 403-204-8280
Sunrise is a community development agency and resource centre engaged in poverty reduction. Sunrise staff assists residents to maintain housing, have adequate food available and gain access to clothing and furniture.