All Family / Youth 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 →

  • 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 →

  • Native Counselling Services of Alberta

    206-10011 102 Avenue, Peace River

    The Court Work Program ensures that Aboriginal individuals and families understand their rights and obligations before, during and after court.  Court Workers provide support and referrals to assist Aboriginal People in conflict with the law or child welfare to address their holistic needs in a culturally appropriate manner.Read More →

  • Peace Regional Women’s Shelter

    Peace River

    The shelter provides a safe, supportive environment for women leaving an abusive situation, for women in crisis and transient women in need.  Clients are welcome to bring their dependent children. The shelter provides all basic necessities including food, toiletries, used clothing, transportation to appointments and some child care.  Crisis intervention, emotional support, education on abuse, risk assessment, safety planning and advocacy are also offered.  The shelter provides outreach services to abused women who do not wish to access our residential program.  Women who set up their own households after leaving the shelter may receive weekly follow-up visits for up to three months. Public information sessions on abuse-related topics are available.  There is no charge for any service offered by the shelter.Read More →

  • Families First – Home Visitation Program

    102 - 9507 100th Avenue, Peace River

    Families First Home Visitation offers supports for parents and children prenatal to 5 years of age.The program helps to enhance the family unit by giving them tools in order to cope with everyday family function, in the comfort of their own homes. Families First is an evidence based program that provides information on prenatal care, promoting parent/child bonding and attachment, child growth and development, developmental screenings and effective parenting strategies. The program is voluntary, free and tailored to meet each family’s individual needs.Read More →

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