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Services and Programs




Babysitting Course
This is a course that is offered to youth 12 years and older. It is a comprehensive program that gives the youth vital information and scenario's so they can babysit with confidence.
Home Alone Course
This program is offered to youth younger than 12 years old. Many children are being left alone at home so this course teaches them the basics such as answering the door or phone properly.
Mitten Tree
We have partnered up with the Lion's Club and Hair by Jennifer to collect mittens, scarves and toques for underprivileged children. This even happens during November to January.
Coats for Kids
A program run in the fall to collect gently used coats for the children in the village and surrounding area.
Santa's Anonymous
A program run in November and December. Low-income families may apply and if they qualify a form is filled out and presents are given to the children in the families.
Tools for School
A program that collects school supplies for the families that cannot afford to buy them. This is partnered with Alix Drugs.
A program that is run the same time as the school year. It consists of three terms and is run in the school two days a week. The children learn to count and to recognize the alphabet letters. This is a licensed program.

Healthy Families
This program is run through he Lacombe FCSS. The worker comes out and helps young families deal with everyday issues such as child care, budgeting and food choices.
Parent Link
A government program that gives financial support to groups such as Time for Tots so they are able to run their programs.
Time for Tots
FCSS acts as a partner with this group. We offer advice and help with the financial aspects.
Collective Kitchens
A program that offers a complete cooking experience to low-income families. FCSS acts as a facilitator in setting up a course that helps families learn to budget, shop and cook nutritious meals at a low cost.
Christmas Food Certificate Fund
This is run in November and December. Low-income families can apply and receive vouchers that allow them to buy food for their Christmas meal.
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program
Low-income adults can bring their taxes and have them filled out and e-filed.
A program that installs a lifeline in homes of seniors.
Seniors Information and Resources
Helping seniors to fill out papers regarding applications for special needs, government documents and any other necessary forms.