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Strengthening relationships in your family


Families Together

Family-focused groups that strengthen relationships between and within families.


Functional Family Therapy

Counselling for families of youth who are dealing with complex challenges.

Working on personal goals and relationships


Rapid Access Counselling

Affordable, single session counselling for individuals, couples, and families, within Alberta, focusing on goal-based and solution-centered approach to counselling.


Never Too Late

No-cost academic, social and emotional support for adult learners who want to complete their General Education Development (GED).

Gaining skills and knowledge as a new parent


Parent-Infant Relationship Team

Supports parents and carers that are experiencing difficulties in early relationships with their infants (0-2years).


Expanding Hope

Supports young families and their children throughout Alberta, particularly in areas of the province where there may be limited access to specialized services (Alberta wide).


Early Parenthood Support at Louise Dean Centre

Early Parenthood Support Program as well as support for their children with the Parent Child Learning Centre including quality childcare for the students' children (0-4 years) at LDC.


Early Parenthood Support in the Community

Supports for expecting and parenting young parents (under 30) who wish to work toward goals assisting them during this integral stage of their life. We support young mothers and fathers (biological, adoptive, father/mother figures) in the Fathers Moving Forward Program.

Collaborating through specialized & referral based programs


Brief Intervention Caregiver Support

Specialized support for foster, kinship, and adoptive caregivers to help them provide responsive and trauma-informed care to children within Children's Services.

Children’s Services Counselling

Responsive specialized, and trauma-informed counselling support for families, children, and youth under 18 involved with child intervention services.

Healthy Babies Network

Network agencies, supported by dieticians, provide responsive support to marginalized families, connecting parents to network members for information on raising healthy babies and providing needed provisions.

Refugee & Immigrant Counselling in Schools

Mental health counselling supports for students in grades 7-12. Located on-site at CBE schools in Calgary, refugee and immigrant students have timely and simple access to both single-session and longer term trauma-informed counselling.