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references: 211 and local area networks directories basic needs/financial
2. Alberta Employment & Immigration (AEI) Consulting and referral with career planning, work search skills, occupational descriptions, educational options, educational funding and referrals to safety training (exposure) courses such as H2S. Education on financial literacy to adults and youth to assist them in becoming more effective with their available financial resources. Topics covered include financial goal setting, asset building, credit use, and conflicts arising from money. Educates on how to create a budget, get out of debt, use credit wisely, and get the most out of their money. Long and short-term residential programs for youth with no viable living alternative. mediation, lifeskills training, referrals, school presentations, and a day program. Offers 24/7 crisis-based walk-in and phone support. counselling
resolution workshop for parents and teens. others, become a better listener, help identify conflict styles, develop a plan for resolving Counselling for adolescents with substance Support and mediation services by trained mediators for youth and families in conflict. 23. (11808 St. Albert Trail, T5L 4G4) 24. (12222 - 137 Ave, T5L 4X5) 25. (13315 - 89 St, T5E 3K3) 26. (221 Bonnie Doon Mall, T6C 4E3) 27. (600A Hermitage Rd, T5A 4N2) 28. (6203 - 28 Ave, T6L 6K3) Assessments in the areas of cognitive ability, academic achievement, social/emotional issues, behavioral concerns, or a combination. 39. Foundation for Families in Transformation adolescents who have experienced a loss due to death, divorce, separation or abandonment. A multi-agency partnership serving families in the Abbottsfield/Rundle area. Services include assessment, information, referral, supportive counselling and therapy, child abuse prevention, community nursing, and support programs. 56. Psychologists' Association of Alberta Referral line and online referral service. Offers short-term, solution-focused therapy. Counselling as well as group sessions, crisis A multi-agency partnership serving families in the Abbottsfield/Rundle area. Services include assessment, information, referral, supportive counselling and therapy, child abuse prevention, community nursing, and support programs. Individual counselling for survivors and non- offending family members; provides play and art therapy, emergency counselling, court accompaniment, information and referral, and groups upon demand. health/pregnancy/sexuality
developmental and cognitive disabilities up until the age of 18. Offers specialized support services to eligible families in the home environment. Services to those not able to afford/access Diaphragm fitting. Services include low-cost birth control (including birth control pills, Depo Provera, condoms, IUDs, diaphragms, Contraceptive Pill (Morning after pill)), testing for STI, HIV, Hep B & C, pap testing, Inpatient, outpatient, and transitional care of eating disordered patients aged 13 and up requiring intensive treatment. Treatment includes meal supervision, post-meal supervision, group and individual therapies, the full range of psychiatric and nursing care, family support and therapy, nutritional rehabilitation and teaching. Inpatients are cared for round the clock and outpatients access treatment 16 hours/day, seven days a week. judgmental information, counselling and referrals on birth control, pregnancy options (adoption, parenting, and abortion), post abortion support, and decision-making around issues of sexuality; free pregnancy testing and information on relationships, sexuality, contraception, and safer sex. Adult-facilitated and youth-led social/support group for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-identified, queer (LCBTQ), and questioning youth under the age of 25. life skills/education/employment
2. Alberta Employment & Immigration (AEI) Consulting and referral with career planning, work search skills, occupational descriptions, educational options, educational funding and referrals to safety training(exposure)courses such as H2S. Through the program, the Association for Evergreen Youth addresses the social, educational, recreational needs of children and youth in Evergreen Mobile Home Community and the surrounding agricultural area. 17. Bredin Institute-Centre for Learning Teaches basic problem-solving skills to cope effectively with self, others, family, school, and community. Provides community and residential support to children and youth aged 6 - 18 yrs who are deaf or hard of hearing and who live in the Edmonton area. Support is tailored to meet the needs of individual youth or families. The Bruce Campbell Youth Centre club is also a home to the Edmonton Public Schools’ Monday to Friday. The Learning Store is a high school outreach program that offers making the transition back to high school, Program for 4th and 5th year high school students interested in upgrading marks or Post-graduate program for senior high school understand issues that could put them at risk for involvement with the criminal justice system. Specific group available for 12-15 year old girls with FASD. developmental disabilities as well as their families. There are 3 pillars of support that Gateway provides to families: Family Support, Mentorship, and Education and Awareness. 41. Girl Guides of Canada - Edmonton Area become responsible citizens able to give leadership and service to their community. 57. Scouts Canada, Northern Lights Council people through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals. Counselling as well as group sessions, crisis Provides a 40 hour program for candidates to Youth Organizing to Understand Conflict and Advocate Non-Violence offers training to youth in non-violent conflict resolution and violence prevention through trainings in school and community groups, conferences, exchanges and forums. All training is created and presented by youth. recreation
addresses the social, educational, recreational needs of children and youth in Evergreen Mobile Home Community. Full time and part time clubs offering social services), facilitated Parenting Support Other programs and services include group Advocates for and acts as a resource centre for sports organizations. Provides sport participation information to parents and participants. 41. Girl Guides of Canada - Edmonton Area become responsible citizens able to give leadership and service to their community. 42. Hope Mission - R.W. Tegler Youth Centre Offers a place for youth to hang out that provides an indoor skateboard park, recreation area, wall climbing, and mentorship for youth living in Northeast Edmonton. Remove financial barriers that prevent youth Offers youth summer programs and drop in badminton, ping pong, basketball and Tai Chi exercise. Provides sports equipment to children in need Provides up to $200 per child (for low-income families) toward recreation activities such as team or individual sports, dance lessons, learn-to-swim, etc. substance abuse/addictions
6. Alberta Health Services Addiction and Support to live life free from the abuse of Counselling for adolescents with substance supports
Full time and part time clubs offering social services), facilitated Parenting Support Other programs and services include group resolution workshop for parents and teens. others, become a better listener, help identify conflict styles, develop a plan for resolving Support and mediation services by trained mediators for youth and families in conflict. Transition programs for students at the junior and senior high levels who are not experiencing success in traditional school environments. developmental disabilities as well as their families. There are 3 pillars of support that Gateway provides to families: Family Support, Mentorship, and Education and Awareness. 43. Jasper Place Child and Family Resource Provides a range of child and family-related programs and services aimed at promoting young children's healthy growth and development and at enhancing family wellness. Christian based direction and support to children, youth and parents whose socioeconomic situations limit opportunities for optimal development of young people. 49. (3756 - 78 St, T6K 1R7) 50. (5704 - 19A Ave, T6L 1L8) A street-level resource to youth in the Whyte Avenue area offering access to resources (AADAC, Terra, STD Clinic, Child and Family Services Authority (FKA Child Welfare). Includes housing and employment searches, workshops. A multi-agency partnership serving families in the Abbottsfield/Rundle area. Services include assessment, information, referral, supportive counselling and therapy, child abuse prevention, community nursing, and support programs. Adult-facilitated and youth-led social/support group for lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, trans-identified, queer (LCBTQ), and questioning youth under the age of 25. After-school drop-in program for GLBTQ and questioning youth under 25. Offers opportunities for youth to interact, pursue leadership opportunities, access a variety of resources and information, or hang out. Includes computer terminals, TV, video games, a variety of other activities and games. Terra Centre for Pregnant & Parenting Teens Works with pregnant/parenting youth. Offers Offers pregnant/parenting youth parenting skills, access to community resources and prenatal health, support groups, career planning, Healthy Families program, housing support, in-house family support, and labour support. 65. Uncles & Aunts at Large (Edmonton Area) families. Also offers group, in-school, and peer mentoring. Provides a variety of services to enrich the Counselling as well as group sessions, crisis Youth Organizing to Understand Conflict and Advocate Non-Violence offers training to youth in non-violent conflict resolution and violence prevention through trainings in school and community groups, conferences, exchanges and forums. All training is created and presented by youth. Offers a youth program for ages 5 - 26 and provides leadership training for ages 16 and up. Long and short-term residential programs for youth with no viable living alternative. mediation, lifeskills training, referrals, school presentations, and a day program. Offers 24/7 crisis-based walk-in and phone support.

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