Healthy families in healthy communities.
The Family Centre is a safe space for all ages, cultures, ethnicities, experiences, gender expressions, gender identities, religions, and sexual orientations.Our Values
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posted on Sep 10, 2023
The Family Centre is committed to working towards reconciliation by becoming a wicihtasow (ally). Read on to learn how we are developing our Indigenous practice and the services available…
posted on Sep 01, 2023
Relationships, whether they be with romantic partners, friends, family members, or co-workers, are an important part of leading a healthy and fulfilling life.Learn More
No one said parenting was easy. Children of all ages have their own unique personalities and characteristics. They know how to make you proud and they also learn very quickly what buttons to push to make you angry or pay attention.Learn More
Self Improvement can be one of the easiest personal care practices to put off for another day. Learn how you can develop your self esteem, confidence, and practice self progression in our personal development classes and work towards a betterLearn More
No matter what you’re going through, the Family Centre is here for you. Our mental health therapists are experienced in a broad range of issues and can help you understand your situation better and figure out ways to move successfully through it.
people receive services each year
Corporate and government clients.
team members including educational facilitators, family connectors, and many more!
Learn how to cope with anxiety, depression and build stronger, healthier relationships in a safe setting, with the support of others and a mental health therapist. Improve your life with a therapeutic group.
The Family Centre acknowledges that we are on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional meeting ground, gathering place, and traveling route for the Cree, Saulteaux, Blackfoot, Métis, Dene, and Nakota Sioux. We acknowledge all the many First Nations, Métis, and Inuit whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.