Skilled and experienced Home Visitors provide home-based services to vulnerable expectant parents and parents/caregivers with children newborn to age six, where risk factors or a specific need for one-on-one support are present. High Prairie, AB T0G 1E0 Address: 4720 50th Street Service description: Four Directions provides culturally rooted prevention and early intervention programs and services that support and educate Indigenous and non-Indigenous children, families, and individuals. Programs are universal, community-based, culturally relevant programs and services for caregivers with children ages 0-6 years of age, and occasionally for parents and caregivers with children ages 7-13 years of age. Service description: Providing information about child and youth related developmental stages; providing parents with parenting strategies; referral to other agencies. Edmonton, AB T5Y 2B6 This program was developed in consultation with Indigenous Elders and Traditional Knowledge Holders. Service description: The majority of our community are of Metis descent and practice, maintain, promote and respect Metis ways of life (knowing, being and doing), traditions, language, and spirituality. Service description: Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years of age will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups, as well as individualized 1-1 contact with families. Programs may include, but are not limited to; Triple P Positive Parenting, Circle of Security, Kids have Stress Too! parenting and child development. Address: 56 Wheatland Avenue The Greater Foothills Family Centre Provides: Canada. The Children's Life Skills Program teaches life skills focusing on self-esteem, social skills, communication, and decision making to promote healthy personal development and essential life skills. Includes the Healthy Relationships program, drop-in programs, social-emotional learning, teen wellness, LGBTQ2S+ programming and 'The Skin You're In' program. -See Interactive Family Time User Guidelines Support and education for families with children 0 -18 years experiencing difficulties or requiring assistance. Service description: The Rapid Access Counselling program is a single session counselling service where families can access service when experiencing vulnerabilities without facing a lengthy waitlist. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. These programs can be delivered one to one or in group settings. Service description: The Alex Pre/Postnatal Program is for at-risk youth. Address: Box 1289 Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide caregivers with information and support that helps them improve parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Programs provided to actively engage children and youth through a broad range of activities that strengthen, build and support the mastery of skills in all developmental domains. Canada, Address: Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. A Family Education Facilitator will be on-site to assist with questions, book lending, resources, tip sheets and literacy kit sign out. Program services are based on family needs. Service description: This program creates long term connections resulting in increased natural supports for youth requiring additional supports. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Family Resource Network. In the model, services are provided on a continuum, which includes Universal Programming (capacity building), Targeted Interventions, and Intensive Supports, and in most cases, referral. Canada. Service description: This program supports caregivers to build healthy attachments, healthy relationships, and healthy families in order to improve overall family functioning. The intent is to build parenting skills and capacity and provides parents with free, short-term planned and unplanned, child care. COVID-19: State of public health emergency. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. The St. Albert Family Resource Centre is proud to announce that we were successful candidates of the Provincial Family Resource Network (FRNs) funded through Alberta’s Ministry of Community and Social Services. Service description: The home visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Canada. The Family Resource Network estimated cost of providing services for children aged 0-18 years is $350,000 to $499,999, but staff at Parent Link and the Town of Canmore won’t know what the valley’s funding will look like until likely the end of March. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Address: 13 - 5023 3rd Ave According to a news release from the province sent Tuesday afternoon, the government has received almost 400 proposals received from organizations across Alberta. Stepping into this position, the FRN is now filling a similar role to what was occupied by the Parent Link Centre before its closure, effective March 31. The Hub will create an information sharing framework for service providers to facilitate a flow of information into the Hub of programs and services and out of Hub on supports and programs available by other service providers. Programs are varied and aim to facilitate and promote a child's spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Service description: Providing family and caregiver support services via Home Visitation services through Great Kids Inc. Services are provided for prenatal and children up to 6 years old. Canada. Calgary, AB T2H 0C2 Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development. Services are offered in the family home typically on a weekly basis, with more frequent visits occurring where more intensive support is needed, and frequency tapering off as level of intensity reduces or as the family transitions towards service closure. Service description: The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available, and offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents. Service description: Friendship Group is a social skill training program that offers children the opportunity to learn and practice skills such as: being able to join in and get along with others easily; communicating effectively with peers; playing with others in a cooperative and fair manner; and managing conflicts peacefully. Canada, Address: 600A 9th Street Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Indigenous Family Support and Outreach staff enhance the family’s capacity to support the growth and development of all members of the family by creating connections to natural supports. Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Calgary. Lobstick Successful Kids & Families Society. Service description: Programs that promotes youth growth and development. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. The ministry engages with Indigenous leaders and communities, the Government of Canada, other Government of Alberta ministries, community agencies and other stakeholders. Wetaskiwin, AB T9A 2A5 Canada. Mandatory measures remain in effect provincewide, search for social connections and supports, Provincial family resource networks – service provider search, Child and youth development and well-being supports. These programs will be offered using a variety of modalities, including group sessions, one on one, phone/distance or in home sessions. Parent/caregiver education will support families to gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development. Indigenous Family Support and Outreach staff assist families with their needs, including navigating the system of natural and community supports, as well as collaborative and cooperative referral pathways with the child intervention system. The bulk of programming is targeted and intensive delivered through personalized home visits. Canada. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. A Family Education Facilitator will be on-site to assist with questions, book lending, resources, tip sheets and literacy kit sign out. Address: 3 176 Bedford Drive NE Further examples of programming include Connect, Kids Have Stress Too, Triple P, Circle of Security and Active Parenting. Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. St. Albert Family Resource Centre was granted both ‘hub’ and spoke’ service delivery. A number of programs and opportunities for families with children aged 0-6 years. Address: Box 16 Service description: South Region Parents as Teachers (SRPAT) delivers personalized, custom support to parents, caregivers and families with children prenatal to age six utilizing the evidence-based Parents as Teachers (PAT) early childhood (including prenatal) home visitation model. Canada, Address: 9516 114 Avenue NW Information, referral and service navigation support. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Edmonton, AB T5K 1C7 Trained Home Visitors provide caregivers with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Address: 4825 51 Street https://mannville.com/web-hosting/mmi-fcss, Address: Suite 4 - 5004 49 Street Supports will be provided directly to youth where it is not possible to support the entire family unit. Focuses on providing multi-barrier low income parents living in high needs areas of the city with the knowledge and skills to be their child’s first teacher and support their school readiness. This program is for families experiencing extreme moments of adversity. Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Address: 101 4341 Savaryn Drive SW Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. The goals for therapy will support improved mental health, building of skills such as emotional regulation and coping skills to recover from trauma, and teach youth how to strengthen interpersonal relationships and improve their problem solving capacity. Canada. Consultation with Elders, ceremonies and other cultural knowledge keepers ,and cultural practices significant to family functioning and child rearing are integrated into Home Visitation services Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. Service description: The In-Home Family Support Program will provide ‘targeted’ and ‘intensive’ in-home services to families of children 7-17 years old using the Families First Model. The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available, and offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents. St. Albert Family Resource Network. Parent education curriculums used are empirically supported and evidence based. ALIGN and Children’s Services will host these Communication meetings to provide a forum to support organizations to communicate with each other; as well as problem-solve together. One-on-one programming and virtual connections are occurring for youth and families currently. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life. This evidence-based program will increase parent/caregiver knowledge and skill in the use of positive, developmentally appropriate parenting practices that will have a positive impact on child and youth social and emotional development and well-being. Participation in home visitation programs is voluntary. The home visitation worker will be trained and knowledgeable to provide information and support that helps the entire family achieve a good balanced life. Service description: Parent Education programming serve families with children and youth. Canada. Service description: Metis Traditional Parenting and Triple P programming. Service description: Caregiver Capacity Building services offered in Chestermere. Service description: Family outreach and support is delivered by Family and Community Resource Workers who connects with parents in a variety of settings including group programming, face to face in the centre and in-home, at community events and via the telephone. Service description: Support for youth and their families that require support to manage multiple challenges in accessing needed community resources. Service description: The Apai’pookaiksi (Weasel Children) will provide positive peer mentorship to Indigenous children, connecting them to positive resources in the community and access to cultural and traditional programming. Canada, Address: 5122 50 Avenue Infant/Parent Mental Health Support is a site-based program designed to improve the quality of parent-child interaction, parental reflective functioning, levels of secure attachment between parent and child – which in turn reduce the amount of mental health challenges experienced by children, safety risks in the home, and behavioural challenges. Indigenous Family Support and Outreach staff build parental/caregiver resiliency by focusing on the family unit and fostering familial wellness. Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years of age will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups, as well as individualized 1-1 contact with families. Address: 2107 13 Street Family Resource Networks are community partnerships designed to provide a wide spectrum of programs and services to meet the needs of expectant parents and families with children newborn to 17 years of age – all accessible through one location. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Address: 5600 50 Street LGM Family Support and Outreach staff build parental/caregiver resiliency by focusing on the family unit and fostering familial wellness. The program focuses on supporting parents with children under one year of age, however, the program provides support for all parents with children 0-6 years of age. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Program services are based on family needs and provided at no cost to participants. Caslan, AB T0A 0R0 Address: 12 Michener Blvd The Calgary Northeast Family Resource Network Located at Our Horizon Family Centre #3404 25th Street NE Reception: 403-205-5178 Intake : 403-205-5194 AND The Calgary Southeast Family Resource Network Located at Our Midnapore Family Centre 101 239 Midpark Way SE Reception: […] Every program will actively engage infants, children and their parents/caregivers by providing a range of activities that build and/or support the mastery of skills in all developmental domains. Canada, Address: General Delivery Address: 10A 215 Carnegie Drive Canada. ALIGN invites you to participate in a Bi-Weekly Communication Zoom Gathering regarding the Provincial FRNs with other organizations in the province. Claresholm Outreach operates a resource and referral office where vulnerable families are assisted in navigating service systems and accessing resources and help in times of need. Supports will include a focus on brain development, ensuring children and youth reach developmental milestones and experience positive executive functioning and emotional regulation, while supporting a safe and secure environment within the family and community. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to children/youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead. We also offer support in accessing community resources. The purpose of the program is to reduce risks and build protective factors that impact and improve personal and family functioning, develop a safe, nurturing environment for children, and increase healthy child development. Edmonton, AB T5B 3E5 Bonnyville, AB T9N 1P4 Lethbridge, AB T1J 0W4 Parent Education will serve families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. This family systems approach is designed to use an Emotion Focused Family Therapy model (EFFT). High River , AB T1V 0H2 Blackfoot Language and Culture continues to be offered virtually by the Instructor to youth and families. Service description: Provides information about child and youth related developmental stages; providing parents with parenting strategies. Thorhild County, AB T0A 3J0 By taking the services to families, barriers are removed and resources can be more easily accessed during times of need. Coaldale, AB T1M 1C5 The FRN hub will also be referring families to our service spokes as well as to other community services they may need to access. Immigrant Girls, Boys and More program aims to promote child development and well-being among young individuals in Calgary by providing targeted supports that address the risk factors that youth ages 14+ face related to gender and family based violence. Canada, Address: 10619 100 Street The In-Home Family Support Program will provide ‘targeted’ and ‘intensive’ in-home services to families of children 7-17 years old using the Families First Model. We will be following the Alberta Home Visitation Network Association guidelines and standards. Participation in Home Visitation is voluntary. Caregiver capacity and child development programming. Address: 3404 25th Street NE LGM Family Support and Outreach staff enhance the family’s capacity to support the growth and development of all members of the family. https://www.wheatlandcountycounselling.com/, Address: 319 180 Riverside Drive E Canada. Programming will reflect the holistic nature of Indigenous worldviews which considers the context and connection of children, family, and community well-being. Leduc, AB T93 3C3 Parent/caregiver education is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development. Universal and targeted child development programs for children between the ages of birth - 6 years old will be offered through various drop-in and registered groups. Canada. Edmonton, AB T5H 0M3 Our Early Intervention Workers deliver services where they are needed according to family members’ preferences. Overview. The Family Centre of Northern Alberta (Assoc.). This spoke is focused on delivering parent education programs, meeting the unique needs of the people and communities served. The Resilient Families Facilitators develop goals with the family to help them achieve success in their parenting, communication, conflict resolution and overall familial wellness. The Home Visitation program will be a key to connecting infants, children, youth and families with services, programs and supports. Multicultural Health Brokers Cooperative Ltd. This spoke will encompass facilitated programs (online), community and capacity building for working in partnership with local services and agencies to ensure families have access to cultural networks of support that will meet their unique needs. Providing mentorship and education opportunities to youth. Fort Macleod, AB T0L 0Z0 Caregiver Education Support Services through the Family Resource Network. Family Resource Network Provided by: Boys and Girls Club of Wetaskiwin . The goals for therapy will support improved mental health, building of skills such as emotional regulation and coping skills to recover from trauma, and teach youth how to strengthen interpersonal relationships and improve their problem solving capacity. Address: 5945 Centre Street SW fundraise. Service description: Information, referral and service navigation support. Okotoks, AB Works in collaboration with the Family Resource Network Team to ensure the families needs will be addressed. In the model, services are provided on a continuum, which includes Universal Programming (capacity building), Targeted Interventions, and Intensive Supports, and in most cases, referral. Address: 22 Crystal Ridge Drive Program examples are social skills groups, life skills groups, anger management groups, coping skills groups and youth leadership development. The Hub will incorporate the Metis/Indigenous perspective and traditional practices related to wellbeing and resiliency as an all-inclusive program and service delivery that is accessible, available and that offers a full continuum of prevention and early intervention services using universal, targeted and intensive programming for children, youth, families, caregivers and community residents. Family Resource Network’s will focus on strengthening parenting and caregiving knowledge, social support, coping and problem-solving skills, access to other community supports and resources, improving child and youth development, building resiliency and fostering well-being. Edmonton, AB T5H 0G3 Camrose , AB T4V 1R9 Our partners Big Brothers Big Sisters, and the Boys and Girls Club of Strathcona County are the designated ‘spokes’ within the new Family Resource Network. Address: 5115 45 Street Child activities will be directly related to: Fine Motor Skills, Gross Motor Skills, Communication Skills, Problem Solving Skills and Personal-Social Skills. Service description: A number of programs and opportunities for families with children aged 0-6 years. Services for families with children from birth to 18 are being united under one roof. http://bridgesfamilyprograms.com/index.html, Address: 477 3rd Street SE Parent/caregiver education and family support is intended to help families gain knowledge about parenting and their child’s development. Canada. Twelve progressive sessions focus on youth empowerment, relationships, personal control, and healthy behaviours. A news release sent out by the province Tuesday afternoon, says the government has received almost 400 proposals from different organizations all across Alberta. Programs provide ‘brain-building’ opportunities to youth to build positive supportive relationships with their parents, peers and other adults and to learn executive functioning skills such as emotional self-regulation, decision making and planning ahead. Service description: Program provides culturally safe early development programming for Indigenous children 0-6 years and their parents, grandparents, and other significant caregivers. EFFT is a short term, evidence based counselling therapy grounded in experiential, family therapy. The Alberta Children’s Services Family and Community Resiliency Division is establishing a province-wide Family Resource Network (FRN) for delivering services for children ages 0-18 years under the Well-Being and Resiliency model – “A Framework for … Service description: Support for families with complex needs to develop collaborative plans with community support networks which build or sustain stability and provide access to sufficient resources to meet basic needs. EFFT is a short term, evidence based counselling therapy grounded in experiential, family therapy. Service description: Home Visitation activities for families with children 0 to 18 years. and FRN drop-in sessions/support programs. Address: 4714 48th Street Home Visitors also link families to a network of community services and resources they can use to provide their children with a good start in life. The Mamowichihitowin program offers therapy and checks on clients using a combination of Western evidence-based models (such as narrative therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), and Family Systems Theory) with traditional Indigenous teachings and worldview (e.g. Address: 4712 50 Street Canada. Provides parent education and support for families with children 0 - 18 years that are experiencing challenges with parenting strategies, stress and isolation, and accessing resources and connections in their community. Canada. Service description: Early Childhood Development will serve families with children aged 0-6 years. Service description: Trained Home Visitors provide families with information and support that helps them improve their parenting skills and provide a safe, nurturing environment for their children. Service description: Variety of programs to facilitate and promote a child/youth’s spiritual, emotional, physical, cognitive, social and emotional development to assist them in reaching their developmental potential. Provides parent education and support for families with children 0 - 18 years in order to build their capabilities and confidence in parenting. Service description: This program focuses on supporting vulnerable children and their parents/caregivers. Providing intensive and targeted services to assist families to address challenges, stabilize home environment and build resilient family units. This family systems approach is designed to use an Emotion Focused Family Therapy model (EFFT). Services are across the prevention/early intervention continuum including universal, targeted and intensive. Providing family and caregiver support services via Home Visitation services through Great Kids Inc. Services are provided for prenatal and children up to six years old. Participation in Home Visitation programs is voluntary. Through a brief and effective intake/referral process, hub staff will use the referral information provided and connect with the family via phone or face to face to determine best fit services. Parent Education programming serves families with children and youth aged 0-18 years. Caregivers will have access to all Bent Arrow’s programs, such as Traditional Parenting, Family Night, and Elders Breakfast. Programs offered online currently include: Triple P, Kids Have Stress Too, and Circle of Security. Reporting to the Family Home Visitor Coordinator, the Family Resource Network Facilitator will work with internal and external stakeholders to take collective action to deliver family community facilitation resulting in a stronger, more resilient community with an increased sense of belonging. Edmonton, AB T5H 0T7 Parent capacity building and education programs such as Triple P (0 - 18 years). 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