A Safe Place
A Safe Place is a shelter for abused women and thier children.
- All individuals have the right to security and protection under the law.
- All individuals have the right to live free from abuse.
- No person should be forced to remain in an abusive home because of lack of alternatives.
- The right to integrity of the person includes the right to make informed choices among alternatives in one's own life decisions.
- The family should be protected from the invasion of their privacy except when the interest of the individual family members and/ or the interest of society are jeopardized.
Please call the 24 hour emergency line 780-464-7233
Alberta Health Services
Alberta Health Services. Addiction Counselor Available
Youth Community Services Addiction and Mental Health. Contact Ryan Wilson @ 780-422-7383
Ryan Wilson cell # 780-915-7939
Alberta Mental Health
Alberta Mental Health provides services to individuals who are experiencing mental health issues of a less severe nature, covering a wide range of emotional and personal difficulties. The clinic provides assessment, referrals, treatment and outreach services. Free confidential service. 780-998-5225; Crisis Line: 1-888-255-3353; Mental Health Help Line: 1-877-303-2642 (24 hrs.)
Boys and Girls Club
Provides experiences for youth (6-17) which will assist them in reaching their potential and maturing into adults capable of making their community a better place to live. The Boys and Girls Club's Youth and Family Support Program offers a variety of support and assistance services to teens, parents and families experiencing issues related to personal growth and development, school, home life etc... Phone 780-992-0103 or visit 10090-93 Avenue, Fort Saskatchewan.
Careers Under Construction
Provides free services to youth, adults, and employers. We offer a fax machine, photocopier, internet, job postings, resume and interview skills assistance, career counselling, workshops, and computer courses. We are home of the Youth Connections Program. Visit us at 162, 10404-99 Ave; Phone 780-992-0250; or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Child and Family Services
Plan and deliver a range of services for children, youth and families in the greater Edmonton and surrounding areas. Phone 780-992-6700 or visit 9821-108 Street.
Fort Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers is a community program run by concerned citizens. Calls are confidential. Phone 1-800-222-tips (8477) to help solve a crime.
Family and Community Support Services Counselling
FCSS provides a variety of services including information and referral, liaison to community organizations, advice and guidance related to social issues and initiatives. Phone 780-992-6267
FCSS Youth and Family Coordinator
Family School Liaison Workers
Family School Liaison Workers are available to provide services to children, 3-18 years in Fort Saskatchewan and Bruderheim schools and homes. This service provides support for students and families by identifying and addressing issues which impact learning capacity related to family conflict, suicide ideation, self-esteem, grief and loss, anger, depression, and parenting. Please Contact @ 780-992-6267
Family Violence Prevention
Family violence prevention provides support and assistance to those who are in or who have left abusive relationships. Contact 780-998-5595
Fort Saskatchewan Health Centre (Hospital)
Fort Saskatchewan Municipal Enforcement
Strathcona County Family and Community Services
Strathcona County Family and Community Services provides a range of supportive services for people of all ages. Workshops and special events may be added at any time. Visit www.strathcona.ab.ca or call 780-464-4044
Support Network Distress Line
Victim Services Unit provides support, assistance, and information to individuals or families struggling or attempting to cope with a crime, tragedy or sudden crisis. Contact 780-992-6126
Youth Emergency Shelter