All Family / Youth Support Services

  • 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 →

  • Family Support for Children With Disabilities (FSCD)

    Midwest Electric Building, 1st Floor, 9715 100th Street, Peace River

    Parents of children with disabilities sometimes need support so they can raise their children at home and fully participate in community life. The Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD) Program provides a wide range of family-centered supports and services. Services are meant to help strengthen the  families’ ability to promote their child’s healthy development and encourage their child’s participation in activities at home and in the community. Read More →

  • Alberta Community and Social Services, Alberta Supports Centre

    9620 96 Avenue, Peace River

    Alberta Works helps unemployed people find and keep jobs, and employers meet their need for skilled workers.  Services are offered in different ways through: Employment Services – Includes career counseling, job fairs, workshops and information sessions to assist with resumes and interviews. Employment and Career Resources – A resource center with job search publications, computers, printer, fax and photocopier and information about training opportunities Alberta Works helps low income Albertans meet their basic costs of living.  Services are offered in different ways through: Income Support – financial assistance to Albertans who do not have the resources to meet their basic needs such as food, clothing and shelter. Health Benefits – eligible Albertans can receive health coverage for themselves and dependents to meet their health needs. Child Support Services – helps eligible parents with limited income to get child support agreements or court orders.Read More →

  • North Peace Housing Foundation

    9910 102nd Street, Peace River

    The North Peace Housing Foundation is a housing management body established by Ministerial Order under the Alberta Housing Act. We provide a variety of housing options for seniors and low-income households in need throughout the North Peace Region. Seniors’ Lodges, Seniors’ Self Contained Apartments, Family Housing, Affordable Housing, and rent supplement. Read More →

  • Metis Urban Housing Corporation

    9719A 90th Avenue, Peace River

    MĂ©tis Urban Housing Corporation (MUHC) is a MĂ©tis Nation of Alberta owned company that was incorporated in 1982 to provide affordable, adequate and appropriate rental housing for low and moderate income MĂ©tis (and other Aboriginal) families within the urban centers of Alberta.Read More →

  • Alberta Child Health Benefit Plan

    Peace River

    This plan pays for health services that are not available through standard Alberta Health Care Insurance. The health plan is for children up to age 18 and up to age 20 if they live at home and are attending high school up to grade 12. There are no fees to sign up. The AB Child Health Benefit Plan is for families with limited incomes. By signing up, parents can have peace of mind that their children’s health needs will be cared for without worrying about the cost. The Plan covers costs for: Dental Care, Eye Wear, Prescription Drugs, Ambulance Services, Diabetic Supplies.Read More →

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