All Support Services

  • Bridge to Care Inc.

    Peace River

    A Not for Profit Organization that Promotes dignity, individuality, independence, personal growth and community inclusion for people with Mental - Cognitive, Psychological & Psychiatric disorder.We provide services throughout Rural Alberta.Read More →

  • MADD Canada

    Peace River

    MADD Canada's mission is to stop impaired driving and to support victims of this violent crime. We offer a variety of support options to victims and their families. We have a variety of other programs to promote road and water safety. if you would information on volunteering please contact us today. If you are a victim or a family member of a victim of impaired driving contact Gillian at gphillips@madd.ca or 1 866 461 4077Read More →

  • Scholars Education Centre

    9615 - 100 Street, Peace River

    For over 15 years, Scholars Education Centres have successfully been providing tutoring of exceptional quality and service; sharing Real Life Results with families. Scholars provides families with an affordable, professional, and comfortable learning environment that fosters lifelong growth for students in education, self-confidence, self-esteem, and socialization. We believe in developing long-term partnerships within our local communities and with families.Read More →

  • Peace River FCSS (Family and Community Support Services)

    10008 100 Avenue, Peace River

    Prevention based services and programs that help people to become self-sufficient and more resistant to crisis. Programs include: Roots of Empathy, Home Alone, Suicide Prevention Workshops, Mental Health First Aid Courses, Parade of Programs Events (Spring and Fall), Home Support, Meals on Wheels, Volunteer Income Tax Program for Low Income Seniors, community information and referral to support services, etc. Please call for more information. Read More →

  • Sagitawa Friendship Society

    10108 100 Avenue, Peace River

    Sagitawa serves as a drop-in center for all community members. We focus on cultural awareness and education with a variety of programs for all ages. Sagitawa also features a Native handicraft outlet.Read More →

  • Alberta Aboriginal Women’s Society

    10011 102 Avenue, Peace River

    To assist Aboriginal Women, their families, and communities in furthering their social, economic, and educational goals by promoting available resources. Assist Aboriginal Women to form Chapters in their Regions for the benefit of their families and the Communities. Provide information and referral such as, Employment, Social Services, Education, Alcohol and Drug abuse, Health/Healing, HIV/Aids and Justice. Aboriginal Human Resources Skills Development Agreement: Employment counseling and training, client action plan development, supported job search, labour exchange services and other employment related services.Read More →

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