Supporting Parents & Caregivers in Chestermere
The new Parent & Caregiver Support Services (PCSS) is a program under the Government of Alberta’s Family Resource Network (FRN) model. The PCSS team provides a range of free, community-based resources, services, and learning opportunities, specifically designed for parents and caregivers with children ages 0-13.
Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs we will take on in our lives, and should never have to be done in isolation. Our warm and welcoming team of Caregiver Support Facilitators provides connection to resources, and universal support for parents. Whether you are looking for information on potty training or how you can help your child cope with stress, our team will help you create a customized plan that works for your family.
Frequently Asked Questions
Check out our list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s) to learn more about our new programs and services.
Our Programs & Services
The new Parent & Caregiver Support Services team is provincially funded to provide a variety of universal, community-based informational and skill-building programs, and resources that are designed for parents and families with children 0-13 years of age.
As part of the Government of Alberta’s new Family Resource Network (FRN) model we use the Well-Being & Resiliency Framework, to guide us in our program development, delivery, and in our array of support services that we provide to parents and caregivers in Chestermere.
Other Programs & Services for Families and Children 0-18 years of Age
For information about programs and services for parents, families, and children (0-18 years of age) please click on the image below to visit the Aspen Commons Family Resource Network Hub which services the Chestermere/Strathmore region.