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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.

Sardion Care Inc


Committed to giving children and youth in care a safe home that will provide for their physical, social, educational, emotional, medical and cultural needs.

Sardion Care Inc.

Committed to giving children and youth in care a safe home that will provide for their physical, social, emotional and cultural needs.



Shiloh is a year-round Christian organization serving children and youth ages 7-17 living in high-risk and vulnerable situations in Edmonton and area. They work exclusively with those from low-income families, group homes and foster care. They run a summer camp in July and August northeast of Edmonton that offers our children and youth a week-long, relational experience away from the city. To ensure their experience and growth does not end there, and also offer a Connections Program during the school year, which includes one-on-one mentoring and large group events.

Skills Society

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

Smoky Lake Family Resources

Provide opportunity for caregiver education and other programming focusing on child development, asset building, parenting, and strengthening family bonds. Home visitation program provides one on one parenting strategies to promote positive parent-child relationships, increase parenting knowledge and skills, foster healthy pregnancies and child development, help families identify and access formal and informal supports and services, assist in the identification and pursuit of family goals. Working collaboratively with families to build caregiver confidence in their ability to meet their children’s needs. Supports may focus on healthy relationships, attachment, and positive discipline, mentoring, life skills, and child development.

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

SPEC Association For Children And Families (The)

SPEC provides supportive, preventive, educational and counselling services for children and families. SPEC is focused on the positive development of kids by providing a continuum of services from early intervention (prevention) to high intervention during crisis. By providing family support services, SPEC continues to focus on a variety of preventive and educational programs that promotes a caring and committed community where kids are resilient and valued.

St. Albert Family Resource Centre

St. Albert
St. Albert Family Resource Centre (FRC) is a thriving and vital non-profit family resource centre serving families in St. Albert and the surrounding communities since 1982. They provide a variety of educational courses and workshops, as well as one-on-one support services, for families with growing children.

The Village High Level Toy Lending Library Society

High Level

The High Level Toy Lending Library Society is a non-profit organization run by a board of directors. All contracts and initiatives of the Society work to support families.

Town of Hinton FCSS

The overall objective of FCSS is to develop locally driven, prevention-based social initiatives to enhance the wellbeing of individuals, families, and communities. These initiatives must align with the provincially mandated outcomes based on legislation and regulations. Throughout FCSS’s nearly 40 years in the Hinton community, a key objective has been building community and creating a sense of support and belonging for residents.


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


Based out of Edmonton, we are a provincial 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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