Alberta’s Government Is Extending The Family Resource Networks Program

Alberta’s government first launched Family Resource Networks in 2020 to provide guidance and supports to foster healthy families. By focusing on programs that improve the well-being of children and youth, caregiver capacity building and social connections, these networks reduce the number of children who come into government care and families that require child intervention services.

Budget 2024 increases the amount of funding for Family Resource Networks by $6.6 million over two years. This additional investment means a total budget of $66.7 million, which will help more families access free prevention and early intervention supports that will improve outcomes for families – like workshops for young parents and caregivers, in-home supports, as well as childhood development, mentorship, and life skills programming for children and youth… Read Full Release April 2, 2024

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