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There are so many local (and Provincial) programs and events at your fingertips. Something for everyone, whether it’s learning something new, needing support, or a group to join where you will find activities and new friendships.
Check out our list of options below!
EXCITING NEWS! New this year, Fairview FCSS has launched a volunteer driver program. We currently have volunteer drivers signed up, but we can always use more. In addition, we are now also recruiting for clients needing rides. Call us today at – 780 835 5471!
New this year! Fairview FCSS is launching a series of Community Day events for the entire community demographic. These in-person community events will promote a connected and engaged community by facilitating new and existing connections between community members of all ages and stages. Stay tuned!
Work to create a connected and engaged community by providing new residents with important local community information, assisting them to integrate successfully into our community. Click for more-
A collaboration between AHS Public Health, the Fairview Public Library and Fairview FCSS. The program is meant to
support positive parenting and family functioning by promoting the bond between newborns and new parents. Click for more-
When disaster strikes, your local, joint emergency social services team provides numerous services. Including, food, clothing and lodging to impacted community members. Click for more-
Provides information and referral services for resources available locally that can address residents social needs. As well as application assistance and advocacy for many government programs. Click for more-
This monthly publication works to create a connected and engaged community by providing information to community members about community social resources. Including, monthly community events, activities and local resources. Published in the Fairview Post and online monthly. Click for more-
The Fairview FCSS Grant Program has been providing funds to local community groups who meet FCSS criteria of enhancing the social well being of individuals, families and community through prevention since 1989. In fact, a majority of the not for profit organizations in Fairview got their start with funds or in kind support from Fairview FCSS. Further, despite it’s own modest budget, Fairview FCSS has provided well over a million dollars to local community groups over the years. Click for more-
In Partnership with the Canada Revenue Agency –the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program has been providing tax and related services free of charge to vulnerable community members in Fairview for over 15 years.
Volunteer week provides an opportunity to make members of the community aware of the important contributions that volunteers
make to our community. As well as to helping volunteers to feel valued and recognized by the community.
Work to address and prevent community mental
health issues. Courses offered Include: Applied suicide intervention skills, Crisis Intervention and Communication Skills, Children & Trauma, Grief & Loss, Professional Boundaries, Cost of Empathy, Mental Health First Aid and Healthy Youth Relationships.