Family Resource Network(FRN) focuses on prevention and early intervention services for families and youth aged 0-18 years. Funded by Alberta’s Ministry of Children'sServices, FRN believes that as long as a child is safe, they can achieve their greatest potential within their family unit. FRN educates parents and caregivers about child development, provides social supports, and offers coping and problem-solving skills in order to build resiliency and success within families and communities.

We are a Labour Market Resource Centre that provides up to date labour market information to help you succeed in the Alberta economy. The Centre is open to all Albertans free of charge. We will provide all Albertans with: - Easy access to local, relevant, and quality labour market information- Assistance in your work search preparation andapplication- Assistance in exploring educational options andcareer planning- We offer walk-in self-directed, guided, and/or guided assistance Extensive job board showcasing a variety of employment opportunities Access to Telephone, Computer, Copy, and Fax ...

Bay 16, 5230-45 Street

Since 2006 theLending Cupboard society of Alberta has been providing medical equipment at nocost to residents of all ages and socio-economic parts of our communitiesacross central Alberta. Whether yourneeds are short term, minor or more serious, we are here to help. OUR MISSION IS:To provideequipment to enhance quality of life by maintaining mobility, independence anddignity.For more information about our organization please visit our website:

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