Please check out some of the workshops and groups that are provided in the community.
Is your child going into grade 7 and feeling nervous about it? Is your child already in junior high and having difficulties adjusting to the pressures of junior high school? This session will provide information about the developmental changes young teens experience, as well as the challenges they face as they transition into junior high school. The strategies and resources provided will empower you and your child in dealing with the social, emotional and cognitive changes that come in junior high school while also boosting their mental health. Please click on link for available dates and to sign-up.
Connect Parent is a 9 week program which provides parents with a new perspective on parent-teen relationships and adolescent development. Parents meet in small groups with two trained leaders for 90 minutes each week. This program is designed for parents of students in Grade 4 or older.
Strathcona County’s Family and Community Services contributes to building a safe, healthy and vibrant
community that encourages the well-being of children, youth, individuals and families.
This service provides a range of supportive programs and services for residents of Strathcona County and are
continually seeking opportunities and partnerships to work together to meet the existing and emerging
needs in our community.
AHS provides sessions free of cost that cover a variety of topics. Please click on the link to see upcoming events. These events also are offered in a variety of formats.
The Expressive Arts Grief group is organized by the Pilgrim's Hospice. It is intended for students who are having a difficult time coping with the death of a loved one.