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Fall Into Winter Programming

November 18, 2020 - Parkland School Division is proud to work with amazing community partners across Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Parkland County.  We know that healthy students are better learners. For this reason, we want to ensure that youth are socially, physically and emotionally supported. Please check out the following programs, supports and services and reach out if you have any questions or would like to get involved in the Parkland Area Youth Coalition.

For more information contact:
Felicia Ochs, Wellness Coordinator
Parkland School Division
Email: fmochs@psd70.ab.ca

Alberta Parenting For The Future Association (APFA)

The Alberta Parenting For The Future Association is dedicated to creating a dynamic centre where families gather to learn, connect and strengthen their relationships. They offer a variety of programs covering social, emotional and physical development of children, as well as parental support.

For details and registration, please visit APFA's November and December calendar pages.

For more information contact:
Alberta Parenting For The Future
Phone: 780-963-0549
Email: info@apfa.ca
Website: albertaparenting.ca

Parkland County Libraries

Parkland County Libraries are offering a variety of virtual sessions for children, tweens and teens. Pick up materials from your local library, then engage in a fun activity through Facebook Live or Zoom. Teen writing and book club activities are also available through Discord and Instagram. 

For details and registration, please visit PCL's Children and Families, Tweens and Teens program pages.

For more information contact:
Rena Traxel
Community Services Librarian
Parkland County Libraries
Phone: 780-731-3729
Email: communitylib@pclibraries.ca
Website: pclibraries.ca

Spruce Grove Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

Spruce Grove FCSS provides locally-driven, preventative social programs and initiatives to enhance the well-being of individuals, families and the community. Their roster of upcoming virtual programs for youth ages 12-18 focuses on healthy relationships, understanding stress and anxiety, and learning strategies for self-regulation.

For details and registration, please visit Spruce Grove FCSS's Virtual Programs for Youth page.

For more information contact:
Spruce Grove Family and Community Support Services
Phone: 780-962-7618
Email: fcss@sprucegrove.org
Website: www.sprucegrove.org/government/departments/community-and-protective-services/family-and-community-support-services-fcss

Spruce Grove Public Library

The Spruce Grove Public Library is offering a variety of virtual programs and reading clubs for both youth and adults. You're also welcome to check out their Behind the Stacks podcast.

For details and registration, please visit SGPL's Fall Programs page.

For more information contact:
Spruce Grove Public Library
Phone: 780-962-4423
Email: Contact Form
Website: sgpl.ca

Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

Stony Plain FCSS supports families and individuals in all life stages through prevention-focused programs to promote and maintain social wellness for a healthy community. Its upcoming programs focus on dealing with loss to suicide and the power of storytelling. The Stony Plain Youth Centre is also open for bookings.

For details and registration, please visit Stony Plain FCSS's Programs page.

For more information contact:
Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services
Phone: 780-963-8583
Email: Contact Form
Website: www.stonyplain.com/en/live/family-and-community-support-services.aspx

Stony Plain Public Library

The Stony Plain Public Library (SPPL) connects the people of our community to the knowledge and cultures of the world, and to each other. Throughout the next few months, the library will be hosting several physically distanced and virtual programs and events for children and youth. They are also open Wednesday evenings for distanced drop-in high school science and math tutoring.

For details and registration, please visit SPPL's Outdoor Events, Virtual Events, and Learning program pages.

For more information contact:
Stony Plain Public Library
Phone: 780-963-5440
Email: info@mysppl.ca
Website: mysppl.ca

TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre

The TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre (TLC) brings the community together to inspire quality life experiences and healthy, active living. Their upcoming programs for children and youth include play and discover camps, babysitting and home alone courses, and youth running and RX fitness classes.

For details and registration, please visit the TLC's Children and Youth Programs page.

For more information contact:
TransAlta Tri Leisure Centre
Phone: 780-960-5080
Email: info@trileisure.com
Website: www.trileisure.com

WestView Primary Care Network

The WestView Primary Care Network (PCN) offers a variety of services to support youth ages 11-25, including the Youth Mental Health Clinic (a referral-based specialty clinic focused on identifying and helping youth with ADHD, anxiety and depression) and the Community Connectors initiative (which helps youth and their families in accessing community and mental health supports).

For details, please visit the Youth Mental Health Clinic page and/or the Community Connectors page. If you find yourself in a crisis situation, immediate help can be accessed by calling any of the PCN's Helplines.

For more information contact:
WestView Primary Care Network
Phone: 780-960-9533
Email: wpcn.admin@westviewpcn.ca
Website: www.westviewpcn.ca