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ABC Head Start Society

Edmonton

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.

Accredited Supports To The Community

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

Action Group for the Handicapped

Lacombe
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

Edmonton
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 and Kinship Association

Edmonton
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.

Alberta Home Visitation Network Association

Edmonton
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.

Alta Care Resources

Edmonton
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.

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.

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 High Prairie and District Childrens Resource Centre

High Prairie and District
Serving families, caregivers, and their children by working to build community capacity in resilience, development and health programming, services, and support.

Barons-Eureka-Warner Parent Link Centre

Coaldale – Also serving communities of: Barnwell, Barons, Coalhurst, Milk River, Nobleford, Picture Butte, Stirling, Sunnyside, Taber, Vauxhall and Warner

Qualified staff deliver parenting programs, share information about child development, and help families deal with parenting and family issues.

 

Ben Calf Robe Society

Edmonton
Providing Aboriginal children and their families with holistic education, supportive social services and programs of high quality and cultural relevance

Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society

Edmonton
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

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.

Boyle Street Community Service

Edmonton
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

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

Edmonton
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.

Boys and Girls Clubs of the Foothills

Black Diamond
Dedicated, trained staff and volunteers offer programs in physical recreation, technology, the arts, personal growth and more. Clubs create a safe, supportive environment where children and youth experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life!

Boys and Girls Clubs of Wetaskiwin

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.

Calgary & Area Child Advocacy Centre

Calgary

A place of hope, help, and healing for children, youth, and families who are survivors of abuse.

Calgary Fetal Alcohol Network

Calgary

CFAN is advancing how we all understand and respond to fetal alcohol spectrum disorder. We lead through community engagement, funding stewardship, and FASD advocacy.

ALIGN ASSOCIATION OF COMMUNITY SERVICES
We are a collection of allies – a unified community of agencies that represents the diverse needs of Alberta’s children and families. We are proud to champion the work of our front line service providers and to support our members. Together, we are stronger.
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8330-82nd Ave
Edmonton Alberta

Tel: 780-428-3660
Fax: 780-428-3844

Email: info@alignab.ca

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