Funded Organizations

Under the umbrella of FCSS, there are several charities run by volunteer boards of directors.

 

Stop Abuse in Families (SAIF)

402 Grandin Tower

22 Sir Winston Churchill Ave.

Phone: 780-460-2195

Fax: 780-460-2190

www.stopabuse.ca

• Provides support and counselling to families and individuals who are experiencing or have experienced family violence.

• Educational resource to the community.

• Advocates for change on behalf of all people affected by family violence.

 


St. Albert Family Resource Centre 

#10A, 215 Carnegie Dr.

Phone: 780-459-7377

Fax: 780-459-7399

www.stalbertfrc.ca

e-mail: recpt@stalbertfrc.ca

St. Albert Family Resource Centre is a thriving and vital non-profit family resource centre that has been serving St. Albert and the surrounding communities since 1982. Annually, more than 400 courses and workshops are offered to families including: early childhood programs, child and youth programs, parent education and self-help programs.


Our Family Support Program offers one-on-one education, support and referrals to parents or the primary caregiver of children. Family Support Programs include: Home Visitation; Parent Coach; and Health For Two.


Visit our website www.stalbertfrc.ca for a full listing of our programs and services.


Follow us on Twitter: @stalbertfrc or like us on Facebook www.facebook.com/stalbertfrc.


 

St. Albert 50+ Club

7 Taché St.

Phone: 780-459-0433 Fax: 780-459-9588

www.stalbert50plus.com

• The St. Albert 50+ Club is an organization with the vision that all seniors will live a fulfilled life. It’s made up of 50-plus citizens who are committed to the support of, and fellowship with, 50-plus citizens in the community and surrounding areas.

• Provides an adult day program, social lunches, Meals on Wheels, bereavement and senior services.

• Provides fitness classes, art/ceramic classes, multiple card clubs, pool and creative clubs.

• Provides numerous events to enable 50-plus citizens to socialize, volunteer together and to contribute to the quality of life within the area.

 


Community Information & Volunteer Centre

Charles Gale Centre

#10, 215 Carnegie Dr.

Phone: 780-459-6666  

Fax: 780-460-1365

www.stalbertcivc.com         

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A valuable resource for all citizens and non-profit organizations providing a range of services, including:

 

Community information – Confidential information on all community services available in the area, as well as certified babysitting courses, babysitting referral service, Volunteer income tax service and resource “quick lists” for most requested resources. Browse 24 hours a day, seven days a week for community information at www.informstalbert.com.

 

Sidekicks mentoring – Matches children from six to 16 with a mentor. Also organizes activities and opportunities for children and families to inspire, educate and benefit their well-being. Browse 24 hours a day, seven days a week for more info at www.sidekicksmentoring.com.

 

Volunteer centre services – Extensive information on local volunteer opportunities connecting citizens to programs that match interests. Promotion of volunteerism. Annual Volunteer Recognition Awards and Volunteer Friendly Business Awards programs. See volunteer opportunities at www.govolunteer.ca.

 

Consultation, training and management assistance – Assisting organizations engaged in volunteer and/or information referral programs to help strengthen community networks.

 


St. Albert Food Bank & Community Village 

#30, 50 Bellerose Dr.

Phone: 780-459-0585

The vision and mission is to assist disadvantaged members of the St. Albert community to reach or return to a state of independence, personal safety and improved quality of life and empowerment. SACV will co-ordinate access for its clients to the appropriate community-based social agencies in a timely fashion.