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ABC Head Start Society


ABC Head Start provides an early learning program for children with comprehensive family support in multiple locations across the city of Edmonton. To qualify for the program your child must be at least 3 years, 6 months old by September 1st and your family must fall within our low income guidelines.

(780) 461-5353

Accredited Supports To The Community

Accredited Supports to the Community works with people from all walks of life by providing support to adults and children with disabilities.

(403) 556-4110

Action Group for the Handicapped

The Lacombe Action Group is a non-profit, community Agency supporting adults and children with developmental disabilities. Established over 30 years ago, the Action Group provides services throughout Central Alberta from its main office in Lacombe.


Alberta Adaptabilities Association

Alberta AdaptAbilities Association is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to providing respite in a caring, understanding and structured environment for children and adults with special needs.


Alberta Foster Parent Association

The Alberta Foster Parent Association provides support to foster families, advocates for the rights of children, educates the community about foster care, provides and arranges for training and social gatherings, and serves as a liaison between foster families and Alberta Children & Youth Services.

(780) 429-9923

Alberta Home Visitation Network Association

The Alberta Home Visitation Network Association is a provincial non-profit society that promotes quality home visitation programs. Incorporated as a society in 2001 and received charitable status in April 2005. AHVNA is a member-driven organization comprised of interested individuals, community based agencies, home visitation programs, Child and Family Service Authorities and Regional Health Authorities. AHVNA is funded through Alberta Children’s Services and the Muttart Foundation.

(780) 429-4787

Alta Care Resources

Alta Care Resources is an agency contracted to provide services to Alberta Human Services.. With over twenty years of experience the organization is a respected and acknowledged part of Edmonton and area’s service delivery spectrum. The agency has a history of innovative and creative programming in the areas of group care, crisis response, resiliency training, early intervention/prevention programs and family-based intervention.

(780) 451-6040

Aspen Family And Community Network Society

Services focus on strengthening children and youth, reducing the impacts of poverty and making connections for healthy communities.

(403) 219- 3477

Aspire Special Needs Resource Centre

Red Deer
Aspire is a charitable organization run by a team of caring and optimistic professionals who believe in working with families, and the local community, in order that children with special needs can reach their full potential.  They provide an understanding, supportive and knowledgeable experience for families who have children with special needs.

(403) 340-2606 (ext 204),

Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services

Calgary – Serving All of Alberta
The Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services is a non-profit, registered charitable organization that began operations in 1995. As a provincial umbrella organization, the Association of Alberta Sexual Assault Services focuses its efforts in key areas of Awareness & Access


Association Of Communities Against Abuse

ACAA is dedicated to the prevention of emotional, physical and sexual child abuse and promotes safe, healthy, well-functioning children, families and communities through preventive education and treatment

(403) 742-3558

Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society

The Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society is committed to building on the strengths of Aboriginal children, youth and their families to enable them to develop spiritually, emotionally, physically and mentally so they can walk proudly in both the Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities

(780) 481-3451

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary and Area

Calgary, Airdrie, Cochrane, High River & Okotoks

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary and Area empowers the lives of young people through a range of one-to-one and group mentoring programs, both in school and out in the community. Serving as role models, our volunteer mentors teach by example the importance of giving and giving back, of staying in school and of having respect for family, peers and community. Last year alone, more than 2,000 young people participated in Big Brothers Big Sisters programs in Calgary and the surrounding areas.

(403) 777-3535

BowWest Community Support Services Society

Northwest Calgary Bowness and Greenwood Village, Dalhousie, Montgomery, Ranch lands, Silver Springs, and Varsity
Supports individual, family and community development through the provision of integrated services

No Website Available

(403) 374-0448

Boyle Street Community Service

Boyle Street Community Services is a non-profit Edmonton agency which assists individuals and families challenged by homelessness and poverty. First established in 1971 as a small storefront operation, the agency has grown to meet the needs of its client community, and now each year more than 12,000 people – more than 70 per cent of whom are of Aboriginal descent – access the wide range of supports and services which are available

(780) 424-4106

Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area

Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton & Area Society is an organization that provides support to children, youth and families through caring relationships and safe places. A wide variety of programming is available that addresses the positive development of kids.

(780) 424-8181

Boys and Girls Clubs Of Calgary

Boys and Girls Clubs provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.

(403) 276-9981

Boys and Girls Clubs of Wetaskiwin

The Wetaskiwin Youth Centre promotes the healthy development of children, youth and families by administering Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin Society and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Wetaskiwin Society. The Boys and Girls Club provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life. Big Brothers Big Sisters provides positive supports, mentorship and community links for children, youth and families where their healthy development is promoted through quality services.

(780) 352-4643

Calgary SCOPE Society

The Calgary SCOPE Society is a non-profit agency improving lives for persons with developmental disabilities in Calgary and area for over 30 years! SCOPE works with children, adults, seniors and families as respected, contributing members of Calgary’s communities.

(403) 509-0200

Canadian Accreditation Council Of Human Services

Edmonton (Serving All of Alberta)
A non profit company that offers accreditations services to programs that serve vulnerable children, youth and families.

(780) 424-4498

CARF Canada

Edmonton (Serving All of Alberta)
An independent, non-profit international accreditor of human service providers in the areas of aging services, behavioral health, child and youth services, DMEPOS, employment and community services, and medical rehabilitation.
Standards and Accreditation

(780) 429-2538


Provides Calgary’s diverse population with counselling, care giving and innovative community interventions and programs.

(403) 269-9888

Catholic Family Services Of Calgary

Catholic Family Service provides support services in educational and community environments that combine learning opportunities, early childhood, counselling, school-based programming and volunteerism

403) 233-2360

Catholic Social Services/Catholic Charities

Edmonton & North and Central AB

Catholic Social Services/Catholic Charities serve people of all faiths, or no faith, while always respecting their personal freedom and dignity. The provide a broad range of services and supports for individuals and families.

(780) 432-1137

CBI Greystroke Home Health

CBI Homes Health began in 1990 with a mandate to offer new choices for persons with limited physical, behavioural, developmental and/or cognitive abilities in the Lethbridge area. Greystoke has evolved into three (3) distinct departments: Residential Nursing (Home Care), Residential and Community Services, and a Children’s Program.

(403) 320-0911

Centre for Autism Services Alberta (Edmonton Area)

The Centre for Autism Services Alberta is a non-profit registered charity that offers a wide range of services for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).


Changes for Hope

Offer guidance and support to youth, parents and communities to bring families together (Aboriginal Focus) Support the growth of individuals and families into spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically, balanced and healthy people. Through support, compassion, love and respect, they provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere for growth to prosper

(587) 520-7811

Child, Adolescent Family Mental Health (CASA)

Mission, Vision & Values
To advance the mental health of infants, children and adolescents through family-centred clinical services, education, research, and advocacy…


Child and Youth Care Association Of Alberta

Edmonton (Serving All of Alberta)
Membership Association
Certification Program

(780) 448-7254

Children’s Cottage Society Of Calgary

Calgary’s Children’s Cottage Society’s mission is to prevent harm and neglect to all children and strengthen families through crisis, respite, and support services such as the Crisis Nursery

(403) 283-4200

Chimo Youth Retreat Centre

Edmonton and Surrounding Area
Chimo is a place where youth can learn all kinds of skills, information and tools to help them succeed as young adults! They have programs that provide housing, day programs and training programs to meet the individual needs of each youth.

(780) 408-4890

Closer To Home Community Services Society

Closer to Home Community Services delivers a variety of programs designed to meet the needs of vulnerable children and their families. Closer to Home professionals have developed effective programs that address a broad spectrum of issues relating to Child Welfare, Adult Services, and Early Intervention

(403) 543-0550

Community Options: A Society for Children and Families

For all children, especially those that need extra support, our inclusive early learning and childcare programs provide an optimal opportunity to achieve goals and maximize their potential. We offer children an enriching experience, positively impacting lifelong learning, behavior, health and quality of life. The role of parents in childcare and upbringing remains of primary importance; the supportive relationship between staff and families is key to success in the services we offer. Their early learning and care options are characterized by a curriculum based on children’s development needs and interests, trained teaching staff, specialized support services and continued leadership facilitating program improvement.

(780) 455-1818

Connections Counselling and Consulting Foundation

Connections Counselling and Consulting Foundation supports parents who have a cognitive challenge. They’ve developed parenting skills education and family support that help adults who have a developmental disability, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome or brain injury be successful parents

(403) 209-1100

Creating Hope Society

The Creating Hope Society helps halt the cycle of child welfare and continues to be a voice for the third generation of Aboriginal children in child welfare while also providing support and advocacy for those who are currently entering the child welfare system.

780 477-7961

Developmental Disabilities Resource Centre of Calgary

Dedicated to including people with developmental disabilities into the community in real and meaningful ways. DDRC provides programs and services to support children and adults with developmental disabilities and offers a resource centre to the general public to support the inclusion of all people.


Dickinsfield Amity House

Promote and encourage the independence and well being of individuals and families by providing social, recreational and educational programming at the preventive level.

(780) 478-5022


E4C is a human services agency that is an active, supportive and empowering presence in a time of individual, family and community need. They create opportunities for people to become self-supporting and lead in the growth of inclusive, caring communities. Together they build strength, capacity and understanding.

(780) 424-7543

Early Childhood Development Support Services

St. Albert
Early Childhood Development Support Services is dedicated to the advancement of best practices, research based professional learning and community engagement for all who work with children and families.


Edenbridge Family Services Inc.

Focus on Community Living Supports and Access

Phone: 403-320-8887
No Website Available

Edmonton Chamber Of Voluntary Organizations (ECVO)

The Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations is a collaborative effort initiated by a variety of community-based not-for-profit organizations. The ECVO will strive to support the work of its members and partners, not to duplicate their efforts. That will be done through a range of initiatives: networking meetings, creating coalitions with other organizations, meetings with key-decision makers at various levels of government, information sessions with special speakers, and research and publications.

(780) 428-5487

Edmonton and District Family Support Association

Working Together To:
Promote the interest of children and families
Seek the improvement of services to children and families
Encourage fellowship, cooperation and helpfulness between our community and families
Promote a positive image of fostering, adoption and kinship care within our community
Cooperate with other organizations which have similar objectives and goals

(780) 496-9890

Edmonton John Howard Society

Edmonton John Howard Society is a not for profit crime prevention agency that has served the Alberta Capital Region for over 60 years.  They are committed to making knowledge, experience, and resources available to support communities in their crime prevention initiatives.  They work with people to eradicate the root causes of crime so they can build a safe, healthy community through:

• Promoting an awareness of the problem of crime and its impact on society,
• Encouraging greater responsibility within the community for crime prevention
• Providing services to people who are, or have the potential to be, in conflict with the law or who have been victims of crime.

(780) 428-7590

Enviros Wilderness School Association

Enviros Wilderness School Association engages children, youth and families in experientially based opportunities so they can learn and develop skills that fosters independence and assists them in reaching their full potential

(403) 219-3499

Family Centre Of Northern Alberta

Edmonton and North
The Family Centre strives to build healthy families, healthy communities and healthy workplaces by providing a variety of services designed to help individuals, couples, families, groups and workplaces to achieve wellness and to reach their full potential.

(780) 917-8228

Family Centre Society Of Southern Alberta

Family Centre is a community-based organization, working with children, families and caregivers to enhance strengths, to build capacities and to promote healthy development. Family Centre provides services to South-western Alberta. Subsidy is offered through the City of Lethbridge for residents of the city. Family support programs deliver a range of services guided by principles that focus on building supportive relationships, facilitating growth, respecting diversity and furthering community development.

(403) 320-4232

Family Connections Inc.

Family Connections Inc. was formed with the goal of positively influencing the lives of children and their caregivers where stress has reached a point of violence and unhealthy living. They believe that children have a right to belong to a family, be it biological, adoptive, foster or a group home and to a community.

(780) 413-6140

Family Matters Society of Calgary

Family Matters Society of Calgary promotes optimal child development by empowering families to be resilient and to foster positive family relationships. They provide a range of services to families in the Calgary area and in addition provide training and professional development opportunities.

(403) 205-5178

Family Solutions Group

Crossroads is a non-profit Foster Care Agency located in Edmonton, Alberta. Crossroads’ mandate is to recruit and train high quality foster familes, and support them in their care of the children placed in their homes.

780) 430-7715

Family Ties Association

Lethbridge – Serving all Southern Alberta
Family Ties Association is committed to promoting the well-being of families at home and in the community.

(403) 320-8888

Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society

High River, Alberta and serving South Central Alberta.
The Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society is a non-profit registered charity who’s mission is to enhance capacity for the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and for hte provision of care and support to rural communities.

(403) 652-4776

Fort Saskatchewan Families First Society

Fort Saskatchewan
The Fort Saskatchewan Families First Society works in partnership with many community agencies to offer a variety of programs and services that promote positive parenting and early childhood development to families with young children ages 0-6 years.

(780) 998-5595

Gateway Association (Edmonton)

Gateway is a family resource centre and an employment resource centre that provides education, family support, mentorship and inclusive employment. It is their mission to assist the community to understand disabilities.

(780) 454-0701

Grande Cache Transition House Society

Grande Cache
Provide a short-term shelter for women with or without children who need a safe place to stay., advocate, individual and group support, activeley listen, building trust and friendship, educate, inform, empower, facilitate women’s programs


MacEwan University Department of Child and Youth Care


The Bachelor of Child and Youth Care program provides you with the foundational skills required to work in a professional environment with high-risk youth and families. Specialized child and youth care courses and courses in disciplines such as the humanities and social sciences prepare you to become a well-rounded child and youth care professional, ready to offer guidance, support, concern and encouragement to troubled children, youth and their families

Healthy Families Healthy Futures

Work with individuals, families, and communities by supporting people “where they are at” to build trusting, caring relationships empowering them to make positive changes in their lives

(780) 307-2444

Heritage Family Services

Red Deer
Group and Foster Care Services

(403) 343-3422

HF Resources Inc

HF Resources redefines the concept of care and support by building on individual strengths of children, youth and families so that they may be successful in achieving their goals.

No Website Available

Highbanks Society

Highbanks Society is an organization that provides individual family unit accommodation and integrates support services for parenting youth and their children. They promote education and self-development while fostering peer support and a sense of community.

(403) 521-0082

Hull Child and Family Services

Hull provides an integrated continuum of services including specialized therapy, counselling and education, helping children, youth, young adults and families who experience emotional and psychological disorders, behavioural problems, learning disabilities, mental illness, developmental delay, neglect and abuse, and family breakdown.


Kids Kottage

Kids Kottage provides care for the children in a safe, warm, loving environment when their parents are consumed by crisis and distress in their lives.

(780) 944-2815

Lakeland Centre for FASD

Cold Lake, Bonnyville, St. Paul and Lac la Biche areas, as well as on local First Nations and Métis Settlements.
Lakeland Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Society provides information about Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, prevention, diagnosis and support services.

(780) 594-9905

Lamoureux Support Services

Ft. Saskatchewan and Northern Regions
No website. No Profile At This Time

(780) 998-3298

LEAD Foundation

LEAD Foundation provides a developmentally appropriate, activity-based, family-focused program to support children diagnosed with developmental disabilities.

(403) 270-7912

Lethbridge Community College

Educational Institution – Human Services Programs

(403) 320-2292

McMan Youth, Family And Community Services Association Calgary

McMan provides quality care and support to children, youth and families in local communities.

(403) 508-6259

McMan Youth, Family And Community Services Association Edmonton and North

Edmonton & North
McMan provides quality care and support to children, youth and families in local communities.

(780) 482-4461

McMan Youth, Family And Community Services Association Innisfail

McMan provides quality care and support to children, youth and families in local communities.

(403) 227-5588

McMan Youth, Family And Community Services South Region

Lethbridge & Medicine Hat
McMan provides quality care and support to children, youth and families in local communities.

403)527-1588 ext. 224

Mount Royal University

Educational Institution – Human Service Program

(403) 440-6214

Mountain Plains Community Services Of Edmonton

Serve children and youth 0 – 17.  Typically these are individuals who are experiencing a variety of social, emotional, and behavioural difficulties because of abuse and neglect.  These are children and youth who need professional support and can benefit in a home outside their family

(780) 429-5990

Mountain Plains Community Services Of The North

Grande Prairie
Mountain Plains Community Services Society of the North operates several community and family based programs in Peace Country.

(780) 532-7170

Multicultural Health Brokers Co-op

Support immigrant and refugee individuals and families in attaining optimum health through relevant health education, community development and advocacy

(780) 423-1973

Nanton Quality of Life Foundation


The Nanton Quality of Life Foundation is a community based non-profit organization focused on providing locally-driven, preventative, social initiatives to enhance the well-being of individuals, families and the community.  

(403) 293-0424

North East Family Connections

Calgary  North East Communities
An accessible, innovative, progressive, inclusive, responsive organization.  Through strong partnership development, mulit-generational & multi-cultural involvement, the Centre is utilized by individuals and families who live, work, or go to school in the North of McKnight Communities.

(403) 293-0424

Norwood Child and Family Resource Centre

Since 1963, Norwood Child & Family Resource Centre has been supporting children and families within the Norwood and surrounding communities. The Centre acts as a hub and provides a place where families can feel a sense of belonging and connectedness to other families

(780) 471-3737

Oak Hill Boys Ranch

Bon Accord
The Oak Hill Boys Ranch is a residential treatment program for emotionally and behaviourally troubled children and adolescents.

(780) 921-2121

Pathways Community Services Association

Pathways Community Services Association is a non-profit, charitable organization that provides social services to children, youth and families. Grounded in Cree/Saulteaux traditional teachings and ceremonies with access to Blackfoot Elders, their culturally sensitive programs and resources gives the population they serve the opportunity to explore and participate in their own culture guiding them on their path of healing

(403) 247- 5003

Pathways Family Services

Pathways Family Services provides care to children from across Alberta. In addition to the foster care program Pathways operates a Home Assessment Program which is designed to determine suitability of families for foster care, kinship care, adoption and private guardianship.

(780) 488-2444

Precious Cargo Community Support Services

Precious Cargo Community Support Services is an Aboriginal owned agency providing children and families with Supervised Access as well as In-Home Support.

(403) 941-2249

Renascence Homes Association

Renascence Homes operates two group homes in a rural setting near Gibbons, AB. The specific criteria for the clients is that they are male and FASD. The group homes are based on a parented model of care. One group home is for 8 – 12 year old boys, and the other group home is for 13 – 16 year olds. The program involves a substantial amount of outdoor physical activities; some opportunities for work experience; regular spiritual and cultural participation; collaboration with Sturgeon School Division in providing positive educational experiences; and, a caring, nurturing family atmosphere.

(780) 923-2570

Robin Hood Association

Strathcona County
The Robin Hood Association is committed to excellence in assisting individuals with disabilities to achieve their personal best and experience a quality lifestyle.


Sifton Family and Youth Services

Sifton Family and Youth Services provides an eight bed 24-hour broad-based treatment program for young people with behavioural and or emotional problems and has expertise in the treatment of youth who are sexually intrusive. Sifton also provides a two-bed Secure Services program and an Outreach program (TRAC) working with high risk youth in Lethbridge.

(403) 381-5411
No Website Availabe

Skills Society

Skills Society provides support services to children and adults with developmental disabilities and  survivors of acquired brain injury, and their families.

(780) 496-9686

Society for Support to Pregnant and Parenting Teens

Grande Prairie & District
The Pregnant and Parenting Teen Program is a community based, child centered and family focused service supporting Grande Prairie and surrounding area. They work to facilitate healthy decision making regarding pregnancy and parenting and support parents in maximizing the opportunities for education and/or training. Parents gain knowledge of and access to community resources and further develop  individual strengths and independence.


South Region Parents as Teachers Society

Provide parent education through home visits and group programs to support families with the growth and development of their children zero to five years of age. They conduct appropriate follow-up referrals and connect families to community resources to support the ongoing growth and development of children


Southern Alberta Community Living Association

Providing innovative and creative supports for people with developmental disabilities and their families.

(403) 329-1525

Sturgeon Community Resource Network

Sturgeon County and the towns of Bon Accord, Gibbons, Legal, Morinville and Redwater.
Formerly known as Sunflower Community Resource Program, they began in 1997 as a partnership between Sturgeon County and the towns of Bon Accord, Gibbons, Legal, Morinville and Redwater. The goal was to create a one stop shop where Sturgeon region residents could find information as well as connections to resources and referrals.Over the years Sunflower changed and grew, helping to identify gaps in local resources and providing support to those in need.In 2016 Sunflower bloomed and a new name was chosen to better represent who they serve and what they do. Sturgeon Community Resource Network is proud of our history as Sunflower and looking forward to continuing to provide exceptional service as the Network.


Terra Centre for Teen Parents

They offer   range of support programs and services are offered for teen moms, young dads and their children

(780) 428-3772


St. Alberta
Transitions is committed to assisting people with disabilities or developmental delays to have a quality of life equal to other citizens

(780) 458-7371

Uncles and Aunts at Large Society

Community Based -Volunteers offer companionship, mentoring and friendly support to children ages 6 to 18 from single-parent families.


Universal Rehabilitation Service Agency

Universal Rehabilitation Service Agency develops and provides opportunities for individuals with disabilities to attain a personal level of achievement and excellence in life!

1 (403) 272-7722

Unlimited Potential Community Services Society

Edmonton (Serving All of Alberta)
A non-profit, charitable society dedicated to provide quality human services to individuals, families and communities.

(780) 440-0708 ext. 0 for reception

Vantage Community Services Society

Red Deer
Vantage Community Services Society is a private, non-profit organization that provides a continuum of services to young people and their families that reside in Central Alberta

(403) 340-8995

Westward Goals Support Services

Brazeau County Rocky Mountain House, Drayton Valley ,Caroline, Eckville, Condor, Leslieville, and surrounding areas.
Westward Goals provides support services to adults and children with special needs.Westward Goals also provides contracted support services to children and families  under its Family Support to Children with Disabilities program.


Wild Rose Community Connections

High River
Wild Rose Community Connections assists families in building positive, parent-child relationships and promoting the healthy development of their young children

(403) 601-2910 Toll Free: 877-995-3737

WJS Canada Inc.

Serving Alberta
Strengthening people and communities with innovative, individualized services.

(780) 439-5087

Wood’s Homes

Calgary Lethbridge  Canmore, Fort McMurray, Fort Smith, N.W.T. 
Wood’s Homes provides mental health, community outreach, and crisis services for children, youth, and families.

(403) 270-4102

Worth Resolving Youth & Family Services

Calgary and Area

Worth Resolving Youth & Family Services offers unique and supportive programming to assist children, youth and their families in Calgary and surrounding areas.

403 271-1192

Youth Empowerment Support Services


Youth Empowerment Support Services  offers a variety of programs and services including outreach, youth conneX school initiative, life skills, employability day program –based on funding, overnight shelter program, short/long term shelter program and transitional SIL shelter.

780) 468-7070

YWCA of Lethbridge and District

The YWCA Lethbridge and District is an organization committed to women and the enhancement of their lives by providing programs and services, which empower them, support equality and promote wellness in mind, body, and spirit.

403 329-0088

YWCA Of Edmonton

Offers a variety of programs and services including extended host family program, in-home respite program, behaviour consultation and training network

(780) 488-6077

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