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Camrose & Area Adult Learning Council
Contact Ron Baier (Executive Director) Address #7, 5000 - 51 Ave. Camrose T4V 0V6 Phone 780-672-8754 email@example.com Website www.camroselearning.com Camrose & Area Adult Learning Council Facebook Page Fee A nominal fee is set for all classes relative to length of course which can be adjusted to reflect one's ability to pay. Community Camrose Description
We assist adults to build their literacy and language skills using “real life” materials and situations they will encounter everyday. Literacy assessment provided to develop a Learning Plan. Career Planning and Resume Writing workshops available. Develop your skills online or in our classrooms in the areas of reading comprehension, writing, numeracy, math, basic technology, basic Microsoft Windows, Word and Excel, job search, essential skills for work, and personal financial management. Prepare to write your GED exam or the Trades Entrance exam. English Language Training for the workplace, academic tests or everyday life. LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) English program that focuses on improving your ability to communicate in real-world situations.
Camrose & Area Stroke Recovery Association
Contact Sandra McLay (Peer Support) Phone 780-608-6141 Community Camrose Description
A support group for stroke survivors and caregivers to gain information on therapies, financial issues, driving, recreation, and a time for socializing. Call Sandra @ 780-608-6141 for meeting schedule.
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Camrose & District Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Information Services
Contact Sharon Anderson (Executive Director) Address 5402-48 Ave. Bill Fowler Centre Camrose T4V 0J7 Phone 780-672-4217 / 780-679-0064 Fax 780-672-1059 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrosechamber.ca Hours Sept. long weekend to May long weekend, Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; May long weekend to Sept. long weekend, Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Sat./Sun., 10:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Fee Call 780-672-4217 for membership application. Description
Promoting a proud and prosperous business community. Provides year-round tourist information services. Camrose souvenirs available.
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Camrose & District Family Thrift Shop
Contact Horst Schreiber (President) Address 5006-50 Ave Camrose T4V 0S5 Phone 780-608-1544; Store: 780-672-5027 Hours Tues.- Sat., 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Community Camrose Description
Provides used clothing and miscellaneous household items at a reasonable cost. Supports non-profit organizations and special personal needs. Each request is dealt with on its own merits. Donations may be left at the store during business hours only.
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Camrose & District Home Support Society
Contact Maria Lobreau Address 4821 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0141 Fax 780-672-2833 email@example.com Website www.camrosefcss.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fee Sliding scale based on income $17.00 - $22.00/hour. Community Camrose Description
Provides experienced Home Support workers to assist individuals and families with housekeeping, shopping, meal preparation and emotional support. We serve those who are socially isolated with insufficient support systems; individuals who are frail and/or confused and families under stresses such as illness (physical or mental). These services are meant to be preventative and supportive in nature. A referral listing is available online at www.camrosefcss.ca.
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Camrose & District Ministerial Association
Contact Mary Ann Pastuck Phone 780-608-6103 firstname.lastname@example.org Community Camrose Description
Composed of ministers of Camrose and area churches. Pastoral counselling services available through several churches.
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Camrose & District Pre-School Society
Contact Maria Lobreau (Program Director) Address 4821 - 51 St. (Office) Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0141 Fax 780-672-2833 email@example.com Website www.camrosefcss.ca Hours Classes 2 times/week for 4 year olds. Once/week for 3 year olds (will open 3 year old class if registration permits) Fee $60/month for 3 year olds; $100/month for 4 year olds Community Camrose Description
Licensed program which provides a nurturing and stimulating atmosphere to promote the use of a child’s most important learning tool – meaningful play. Activities include theme/letters of the month, arts & crafts, gym and outdoor activities, interactive reading & field trips. Program Location: Rotary Youth Centre, Lower Level 4517 – 54 St., Camrose
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Camrose & District Senior Centre Society
Contact Ross Shuman (President) Address 5415 - 49 Ave. Camrose T4V 0N6 Phone 780-672-7022 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camroseseniorcentre.com Hours Covid Office Hours: Tuesdays 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. When Regular Hours Resume: Mon. - Thurs., 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Activities run seven days a week, days and evenings. Some activities are seasonal, some monthly, most are daily. (No activities during Covid) Community Camrose Description
A recreational centre for seniors 50+ years is located within the Mirror Lake Centre. Up to 19 recreational clubs offering a wide selection of interest for every lifestyle from friendly card games and tournaments, scrabble, competitive floor games, pool, table tennis, and dance. The Camrose & District Handivan operation is also located at the Mirror Lake Centre. Restricted hours during Covid.
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Camrose & District Support Services
Contact Margaret Holliston (Executive Director) Address 4821 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0141 Fax 780-672-2833 email@example.com Website www.camrosefcss.ca Camrose & District Support Services Facebook Page Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (May close periodically over lunch) Community Camrose Description
An FCSS program with a mandate to invest in preventative social services as funds permit, CDSS provides comprehensive information and referral support to residents of Camrose, Camrose County and the Villages of Bawlf, Bittern Lake, Edberg, Hay Lakes and Rosalind. In addition, CDSS hosts Camrose Interagency and participates in other collaborative initiatives, and houses, operates and/or funds ten specific programs within the CDSS service area.
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Camrose & District Victim Services Society
Address 6220 - 48 Ave Camrose T4V 0K6 Phone 780-672-4570 firstname.lastname@example.org Community Camrose Description
Provides support, information and referral to victims of crime and trauma in partnership with Camrose Police Service and Camrose RCMP.
Camrose Association for Community Living
Contact Robin Good (CEO) Address 4604 - 57 St. Camrose T4V 2E7 Phone 780-672-0257 Fax 780-672-7484 email@example.com Website www.cafcl.org Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon, 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed for lunch) Community Camrose Description
We serve adults with disabilities and acquired brain injury, children and youth with special health and developmental considerations (including mental health), and families at risk or facing barriers. Family Support provides 1 to 1 support to families who have children with special health and developmental considerations (including mental health). Support ranges from transitional planning, funding, advocating, listening, providing resources, referrals and problem solving. Jobs4Youth – provides job coaching support and employment placement assistance to youth with special health and developmental considerations. Kandu Summer Camp: Children ages 7-17 attend this active, inclusive, recreational summer program to learn new skills, explore new interest and meet new friends. Families have peace of mind that staff have skills and expertise to meet the needs of children with special health and development considerations. Leaders-in-Training: Youth aged 15 – 24 with special health and developmental considerations work to develop their skills and citizenship, including self-awareness, volunteerism, work experience and community involvement. Residential Program: Adults with disabilities receive the support in a supervised home environment where each person develops skills that enhance quality of life. Support Homes: Private home providers are contracted to provide unique living options for adults, ranging from room and board, an independent living suite, or living in an apartment with a roommate. Outreach: Supports adults with disabilities to live as independently as possible. Individuals may live in their own home or with a family member. Support staff helps with certain areas of daily living (e.g., medical, budgeting, meal planning, etc.). MORE: Provides meaningful activities during the day for adults with disabilities who are not seeking employment. Activities range from recreational, educational, social, etc. Rose Club: This member driven club is for adults with disabilities to socialize and enjoy quality recreational and education activities together. Community Education: Various opportunities that focus on raising awareness and acceptance of all people. Education provided by individuals with disabilities within schools aims to teach children about different disabilities and how to be accepting of all people.
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Camrose Boys & Girls Club
Contact Rees James (Executive Director) Address Suite 1, 4412 - 56 St. Camrose T4V 5K4 Phone 780-672-8004 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camroseboysandgirlsclub.ca Camrose Boys & Girls Club Facebook Page Hours See www.camroseboysandgirlsclub.ca Fee See www.camroseboysandgirlsclub.ca Community Camrose Description
Provides a wide variety of social, recreational, educational and leadership programs for children and youth grades 1 – 12. Provides volunteer opportunities for youth grades 6 and up.
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Camrose Children’s Centre
Contact Ashley Bushell (Executive Director) Address 4304 - 53 St. Camrose T4V 1Y2 Phone 780-672-0131 Fax 780-672-0133 email@example.com Website www.camrosechildrenscentre.com Camrose Children’s Centre Facebook Page Hours Open Monday to Friday; 6:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.; Saturday 6:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Community Camrose Description
Provides licensed child care to children 1 year to 12 years of age, including Day Care, Day Home, Out of School Care programs. Family Day Homes are able to accommodate parents’ childcare needs with flexible hours. The Camrose Children’s Centre is an ELCC site which provides $25/day childcare for the Day Care Centre.
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Camrose Family Resource Centre Association
Contact Laurie Jansen (Director) Address 4821 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0141 Fax 780-672-2833 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrosefrc.com Camrose Family Resource Centre Association Facebook Page Hours Please call for hours of programming. Community Camrose, County of Camrose, Flagstaff and Beaver Description
The Camrose Family Resource Centre is proud to be part of the Camrose and Area Family Resource Network. We provide universal, targeted and intensive supports and services to families with children 0 – 18. These include: Indoor Playground (when available), playgroups, Parent Education (including Triple P), Developmental Screens, Intensive Family Support (in-person or virtually), Family Programs and Family Events. Call us to access services.
Home Support Services
Camrose Meals on Wheels
Contact Maria Lobreau (Program Director) Address 4821 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-672-0141 Fax 780-672-2833 email@example.com Website www.camrosefcss.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fee Hot meals are $9.50/meal. Frozen meals are $8.50/meal. Description
a) Hot Meal Program – Nutritious meals are delivered to your door by volunteers between 11:00 – 12:00 noon. Meals are prepared by the dietary staff at Brookside Kitchen (The Bethany Group). Meals consists of soup or salad, main course and dessert. Meals (a combination of fresh and frozen) can be ordered for 7 days per week and are delivered on Mondays and Thursdays. Delivery to City of Camrose residents only.
b) Frozen Food Program – Meals prepared without additives or preservatives. Delivery arrangements may be made for Camrose residents receiving the hot meal program. Delivery to village and county residents by arrangement or available for pick up with prior arrangements at CDSS. Contact Program Director.
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Camrose Police Service
Contact Dean LeGrange (Chief of Police) Address 6220 - 48 Ave. Camrose T4V 0K6 Phone 780-672-4444 (911 - Emergencies Only) Fax 780-672-2929 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrosepoliceservice.ca Camrose Police Service Facebook Page Description
Members of the Camrose Police Service are trained and dedicated professionals who are responsible for serving the public and providing quality police and public safety services on a 24/7/365 basis. We are committed to community needs as we pursue our mission of “public safety through policing excellence”.
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Camrose Police Service
Address 6220 - 48 Ave. Camrose T4V 0K6 Phone 911 (Emergencies Only) 780-672-4444 Website www.camrosepoliceservice.ca Hours 24 hour service Description
Assess & respond to all types of emergencies within City of Camrose.
Camrose Pride Community
Contact Gus Belcourt or Zach Stevens (Co-Chairs) Phone Gus 780-781-7859; Zach 780-781-2015 email@example.com Website www.camrosepride.ca Description
Camrose Pride Community creates safe and inclusive spaces for LGBTQ2S+ people and allies in Camrose and area by hosting events, providing education and fostering collaborations. Three regular gatherings per month: Connecting and Planning meeting; Family and Friends support group, and espressOUT, a drop-in/conversation safe space. All gender and sexual diverse folks and allies are welcome. Find us on FaceBook at Camrose Pride Community or visit our website for more information.
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Camrose Primary Care Network
Contact Melissa Berg (Clinical Manager) Address Suite 4, Rm 1110 4412 - 56 St., Camrose Rec. Centre Camrose T4V 5K3 Phone 780-608-4927 Fax 780-608-4931 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrosepcn.com Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Description
Care centered around you and led by your family doctor in partnership with other healthcare professionals. The PCN uses a team-based approach to focus on your health goals. Programs to help you live healthier include: Chronic illness prevention and management (with a Dietician, Nurse or Exercise Specialist), Prenatal care and prenatal loss support, Geriatrics assessment and fall prevention, Behavioural Health Consultant (health navigation and counselling).
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Camrose Psychological Inc.
Contact Pamela Woodman, PhD (Owner, Registered Psychologist #4448) Phone 780-679-5954 email@example.com Camrose Psychological Inc. Facebook Page Hours Call for availability. Fee Sliding scale Description
Pamela is a Registered Psychologist and has a PhD in Clinical Psychology and a Master’s degree in Marriage, Family and Child Counselling. Pamela has over two decades of experience working with clients of all ages. She works with individuals, couples, and families that have experienced trauma or psychosis. Therapies used include: animal assisted, trauma-focused, cognitive-behavioral, EMDR, family systems and couples work, and play/art/sand-tray therapies. Pamela also offers online counselling services.
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Camrose Public Library
Contact Robyn Gray (Director) Address 4710 - 50 Avenue Camrose T4V 0R8 Phone 780-672-4214 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.cpl.prl.ab.ca Hours Mon. - Thurs., 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Fri., 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.; Sat., 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Sun., 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Fee Camrose City Membership is free. County residents are $12.00/family of the same household. Community Camrose Description
CPL is not just books and quiet corners. Visit CPL to borrow multitudes of materials and attend programs that will help you learn, laugh & live. We have: books in print, DVDs, electronic library, physical literacy items, & more. Look for us out in the community, bringing your library to you where you live, work & play.
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Camrose Refugee Centre
Contact Yvonne Myrehaug (Volunteer Coordinator) Address Messiah Lutheran Church 4810 - 50 St. Camrose AB T4V 1P5 email@example.com Hours By Appointment Fee No fees. Description
The Camrose Refugeee Centre was established to encourage and facilitate the sponsorship and support of refugees and newcomers to Canada as they become members of the Camrose Community.
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Camrose Regional Exhibition
Contact Dianne Kohler (Executive Director) Address 4250 Exhibition Drive Camrose T4V 4Z8 Phone 780-672-3640 Toll Free 1-800-296-8112 Fax 780-672-8140 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.cre.ab.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m. Community Camrose Description
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Camrose Wellness Collective Ltd. – Jessica Dostie, CCC
Contact Jessica Dostie (Canadian Certified Counsellor) Phone 780-672-9360 email@example.com Website https://camrosewellness.ca/ Description
Jessica is a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) with a Masters of Arts in Counselling Psychology (MACP). Jessica helps clients deal with grief, anxiety, addiction, depression, trauma, stress, intimate partner violence, domestic violence, relationship issues, life transitions, self-esteem, and suicidality. She believes that every client has unique values, beliefs, experiences, and strengths, and supports clients in building upon their own values, believes and strengths. Jessica serves clients from the ages of 10 years and up and is committed to creating a safe space that is culturally and gender affirming. Jessica is available for in-person counselling or video/phone counselling. Free consultations can be booked.
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Camrose Women’s Shelter
Address Box 1405 Camrose T4V 1X3 Phone 780-672-1035 (Crisis Line) / 780-679-4975 (Office) Toll Free 1-877-672-1010 Fax 780-679-4999 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrosewomenshelter.org Camrose Women’s Shelter Facebook Page Hours 24 hour service Community Camrose Description
Operates a 22 bed residence, safe place for women and children from Camrose & surrounding communities experiencing domestic violence or crisis. Offers counseling, groups, information & referral support; childcare & in-house school program (grades 1 – 12). Outreach Program supports families transitioning from the shelter to the community &/or assists families who do not want to come to the Shelter but are impacted by domestic violence. Also assists with Aboriginal supports, & provides community presentations on domestic violence for various ages. We offer a program for children and youth affected by domestic violence. The Crisis line 1-877-672-1010 (email@example.com) and/or 780-672-1035 offers 24/7 phone support. Business Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Canadian Blood Services Blood Donor Clinics
Toll Free 1-888-236-6283 (info & appointments) Website www.blood.ca Description
Call Lorna McCallum 780-672-8813 for days and location of clinic or 1-888-236-6283.
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Canadian Lutheran Bible Institute
Contact Dean Rostad (President) Address 4837 - 52 A St. Camrose T4V 1W5 Phone 780-672-4454 Fax 780-672-4455 email@example.com Website www.clbi.edu Hours Mon., 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Community Camrose Description
Post-secondary education, Biblical teaching, Christian community life, Lutheran theology courses, contemporary Christian studies, Discipleship training, Christian leadership development, mission experiences. Biblical Studies Certificate (1yr.); Christian Leadership Diploma (2 yrs.)
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Canadian Mental Health Association East Central Region
Contact Colleen Swanson (Executive Director) Address 4711 - 51 Ave. Camrose T4V 0V3 Phone 780-672-2570 Fax 780-672-2574 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.cmhacamrose.ca Hours Office: Mon. - Fri., 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 & 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Resource Centre: Mon. 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.; Tues. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Community Camrose Description
A) Shared Living Residential Program for people with severe and persistent mental illness. Tenants are independent and receive peer and staff support.
B) Assertive Outreach provides support to individuals who are not receiving other supports & assists individuals to connect to a support system.
C) Independent Living Support provides continuous support to individuals whose mental illness has resulted in a significant level of disability.
D) Resource Centre provides info about mental illness to clients & families. The centre has a drop-in component. Clients also receive support with housing issues, aid in accessing financial, medical & psychiatric support as needed, emotional support & budgeting support, etc. Free coffee.
E) Individual Support provides supports to persons with both a developmental disability & a mental illness.
F) Caregiver Connections is a weekly drop-in support group for parents and caregivers to those living with mental health concerns.
G) Finding Wellness Through Art – a free program that engages individuals 16+ using art to release stored emotions and expressions they may be unable to express in words. Art making experience and skills not required. Three levels of art therapy include: Art As Therapy – for people who wish to engage in creative expression within a group in order to explore their creativity, gain confidence, connect with other people, and reduce stress. Closed Group Therapy – for individuals who will commit to a series of groups with a therapeutic focus, explored through creative expression, journaling prompts and group dialogue. Individual Art Therapy – for those who require more individual focused art psychotherapy to address particular issues, which would occur in one-to-one session. Referrals to Registered Canadian Art Therapist, Nikki Featherstone at email@example.com
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Canadian Red Cross Emergency Management
Contact Mark Holzer (Provincial Manager, Emergency Management) Address 9931 - 106 St. Edmonton AB T5K 1E2 Phone 780-231-1482 Toll Free 24 Hour Assistance & Disaster: 1-888-800-6493 Fax 780-428-7092 Website www.redcross.ca Hours Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (Closed 12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.) Description
The Canadian Red Cross Personal Disaster Assistance Team may provide emergency food, clothing, accommodation and personal services for up to 72 hours to individuals and families following an assessment, who have been affected by local, small-scale disasters such as a house fire. Medical Equipment program.
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Cancer Patient Navigator – St. Mary’s Hospital
Contact Karen Jans, RN (Nurse Navigator) Address 4607 - 53 St. Camrose AB T4V 1Y5 Phone 780-679-2837 or call the Camrose Community Cancer Centre @ 780-679-2822 Fax 780-679-2821 Website www.albertahealthservices.ca Hours 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Description
The Cancer Patient Navigator helps guide you through the physical, emotional and financial challenges that come with a cancer diagnosis. Provides information and education, and assists in accessing support services needed.
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Career Information Hotline
Phone 1-780-644-9992 Press 3 Toll Free 1-877-644-9992 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.alis.alberta.ca Hours Mon.- Fri., 7:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Description
The Career Information Hotline is a telephone and online consulting and referral service related to occupational, educational and training options, job search skills and career transitions. Career Advisors can help with: career planning, job search skills/resources, occupational descriptions, educational options, educational funding options, and e-resume review service.
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Catholic Social Services
Contact Lori Marchand (Director) Address 5206 - 51 Ave. Wetaskiwin AB T9A 0V4 Phone 780-352-5535 Fax 780-352-3190 email@example.com Website www.cssalberta.ca Catholic Social Services Facebook Page Hours Mon. - Fri. 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Description
Serves people in need regardless of religion, race, gender, or ethnic origin. We work to improve the quality of life for persons of all faith and cultures by serving their social, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and physical needs. In Camrose we provide the following program:
Residential Program – provides continual residential support service for adults with developmental or multiple disabilities. The residential program provides assistance in the areas of community integration, basic life skills, community living supports, and behaviour intervention to individuals sharing accommodations in a group living arrangement.
Home Support Program – provides long term and respite care to adults with developmental disabilities. Approved and trained families provide this care in their own home.
Support Independent Living for Adults with Developmental Disabilities – provides direct support to individuals living independently or semi-independently in the community. This includes self-identified goals which might also consist of the following: banking & budgeting, grocery & personal shopping, health & safety, and coordination of social and recreational activities. Social & emotional support, help to manage living arrangements, and problem solving can be provided as needed.
Eagles Club – is a support group for adults with developmental disabilities. The club is designed to enrich the lives of people who wish to participate in social or recreational activities, personal development, and want to enhance their personal relationships.
Stargazers – is a self advocacy group for adults with a developmental disability. This group is committed to the promotion of independence, community integration, inclusion through empowerment, skill-building, self-awareness and personal development. (Stargazers and Eagles Clubs are operated from Wetaskiwin office, but Camrose and area persons are welcome to participate in these clubs.)
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Centra Cam Clothing & Furniture Depot
Contact Iona Brager (Coordinator) Address 4918 - 46 St. Camrose T4V 1H1 Phone 780-608-1681 Fax 780-608-1683 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.centracam.ca Hours Hours for Shopping: Mon. - Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Donation Drop Off Hours: Mon. - Sat., 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Community Camrose Description
Thrift store. Low prices on essential clothing, housewares and furniture.
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Centra Cam Vocational Training Association
Contact Roxanna Skjonsberg (Executive Director) Address P.O Box 1443 Stn. Main Camrose T4V 1X4 Phone 780-672-9995 Fax 780-672-0534 email@example.com Website www.centracam.ca Community Camrose Description
A) Community Access & Employment Services: support that promotes the individual with employment barriers, inclusion in community activities and personal development through activities such as arts, education, recreation, community association programs and participation in the volunteer sector and support for individuals with employment barriers in pre-employment training, career counselling, employment placement, employment search & maintenance & retention (5502 – 46 St.; 780-672-9995; Mon. – Fri. 8:00 – 4:30 p.m.)
B) Clothing and Furniture Depot supplies clothing, furniture and household items. Thrift Store located at 4918 – 46 St., 608-1681; Mon. – Sat. 8:00 – 4:00 p.m. Open to public Mon. – Sat. 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
C) Centra Cam Custom Projects: woodworking, pipebunks, custom orders, (5228 – 46 St.; 780-672-9973; Mon. – Fri. 8:00 – 4:00 p.m.)
D) Centra Cam’s Outlet Store: thrift store; proceeds to support ECFD (4807 – 51 Ave.; 780-679-0647; Mon. – Fri. 10:30 -5:00 p.m.) Hours vary during Covid.
E) Recycle with Centra Cam: accepting paper, cardboard, newsprint, clear glass, tin cans, plastic, paint, and e-waste. (4402 – 51 Ave.; 780-679-4196; Mon. – Sat. 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Closed Sundays and Stat holidays.
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Central Region Children’s Services
Address Intervention Services - 4867 - 50 St., T4V 1P6; Child Care Licensing/Prevention/Early Intervention: 5005 - 49 St., T4V 1N5 Camrose Phone Intervention Services - 780-608-1800; Child Care Licensing/Prevention/Early Intervention - 403-341-8642 Toll Free 310-0000, then 780-608-1800 Fax 780-672-7538 Website www.alberta.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed on Stat Holidays. Description
Children’s Services focuses on early intervention, child development and delivering supports and services to children, youth and families. The ministry works to ensure that children and youth have the tools they need to thrive in healthy families and communities.
A) Prevention Services – services that build protective factors to prevent further difficulty.
B) Early Intervention Services – an umbrella of support programs offered when difficulties are first identified that contribute to strengthening protective factors and reducing the impact of risk factors through a continuum of programming for families.
C) Child Care Licensing – responsible for the licensing and monitoring of all licensed child care programs in the province. This includes daycare programs, out of school care programs, group family child care programs, preschool programs, and approved family dayhomes.
D) Child Intervention – responding to concerns about the safety and well-being of children and youth. Guided by legislation, staff conduct the day-to-day business of child intervention, foster care, kinship care and adoptions.
Reporting Child Abuse: If you are concerned for the safety and well-being of a child in Alberta, please contact the Camrose office at 780-608-1800 (toll free service dial, 310-0000 first) or call the Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-387-5437 (KIDS) to speak with a caseworker.
Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta
Address Edmonton Phone 780-451-8764 Fax 780-451-2341 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.cplea.ca Description
Non profit group comprised of a multi-disciplinary team of lawyers, librarians, teachers and web specialists who provide resources for teaching people about the law. Does not provide legal advice.
Centre for Restorative Mental Health Dr. Kendell Banack RPsych
Contact Kendell Banack, PhD, Registered Psychologist Address #3, 4825 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-781-8980 email@example.com Website www.crmh.ca Centre for Restorative Mental Health Dr. Kendell Banack RPsych Facebook Page Hours Please email for availability. Fee Sliding fee scale. Description
Kendell offers compassionate individual, couples, and family therapy. She holds a PhD in Counselling Psychology and has over ten years of experience working with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma, stress, and relationship issues. While she has received training in emotional-focused therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness, Kendell’s overall approach is integrative which allows her to flexibly respond to the needs of her clients. In-person and online therapy is available.
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Centre for Restorative Mental Health Kirsti Skinstad, RPC-C
Contact Kirsti Skinstad, RPC-C Phone 780-678-9846 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.crmh.ca Centre for Restorative Mental Health Kirsti Skinstad, RPC-C Facebook Page Hours Please email for availability. Fee $90/session Description
Kirsti offers individual counselling to those struggling with anxiety, depression, difficult life transitions and other issues. Kirsti is a Registered Professional Counsellor – Candidate and is working toward full designation with the Canadian Professional Counsellors Association. Kirsti is currently under the supervision of Dr. Kendell Banack, Registered Psychologist. Kirsti utilizes an integrated person centred approach to assist clients seeking to enhance and expand life satisfaction and experience.
Centre for Restorative Mental Health Laura Friesen, M.Ed., Registered Provisional Psychologist
Contact Laura Friesen (M.Ed., Registered Provisional Psychologist) Address #3, 4825 - 51 St. Camrose A T4V 1R9 Phone 587-599-5649 email@example.com Website firstname.lastname@example.org Centre for Restorative Mental Health Laura Friesen, M.Ed., Registered Provisional Psychologist Facebook Page Hours Mondays Fee Sliding fee scale. Health insurance may help with the cost. Description
Laura offers individual and family therapy. She uses a straight-forward approach with a focus on building a genuine therapeutic relationship. Laura is well versed in a variety of treatment approaches including acceptance and commitment therapy, cognitive behavioual therapy, emotion focused therapy, and schema therapy. She commonly works with clients who present with depression, anxiety, self-harm, and relationship concerns. Laura is in her 3rd year of her PhD and is a Registered Provisional Psychologist, so currently working with clients under the supervision of Dr. Kendell Banack, Registered Psychologist.
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Centre for Restorative Mental Health Nadia Herman, M.A., Registered Provisional Psychologist
Contact Nadia Herman (MA, Registered Provisional Psychologist) Address #3, 4825 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9 Phone 780-781-8980 email@example.com Website www.crmha.ca Centre for Restorative Mental Health Nadia Herman, M.A., Registered Provisional Psychologist Facebook Page Hours Wednesdays Fee Sliding fee scale. Health insurance may help with the cost. Description
Nadia offers therapy to individuals adult clients. She uses person-centered therapy, mindfulness, narrative therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy to address client concerns. Nadia has former experience in the areas of childcare and domestic violence and she therefore seeks to understand how family dynamics, abuse, trauma, and attachment shape and influence us as human beings. She works with clients presenting with anxiety, depression, and trauma. Nadia is a Registered Provisional Psychologist and therefore is seeing clients under the supervision of Dr. Kendell Banack, Registered Psychologist.
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Child Abuse Hotline
Chrysalis Anti-Human Trafficking Network
Toll Free 1-866-528-7109 Website www.chrysalisnetwork.org Description
Offers a 24 hour national crisis and support counselling line for survivors of human trafficking and commercial sex workers. Also offers a project life line which is a buddy system where if an an individual is going to an unsafe environment a safety check can be arranged.
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Chuck MacLean Arts Centre
Contact Tanya Pattullo (Recreation & Culture Manager) Address 4809 - 52 St. Camrose T4V 1T9 Phone 780-672-9949 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.camrose.ca Community Camrose Description
The Chuck MacLean Arts Centre provides spaces for a variety of arts, culture and recreational activities. Centrally located, Chuck MacLean has 3 large dance studios complete with ballet barres and mirrors, 2 art studios and plenty of space for meetings, rehearsals and classes. If you have an idea for a class, are an instructor, or are looking for space to rent, please contact us to discuss opportunities and options.
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City of Camrose Public Transportation
Website www.camrose.ca Description
a) The Camrose Community Bus is operated by the Rose City Handivan Society and runs a fixed route Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Visit “The City of Camrose Website” for the route map.
b) Taxi Tokens are distributed by various local organizations within the City of Camrose.
c) The Camrose Connector runs Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, three times a day from Camrose to Edmonton and return.
Check the City website for more information about each program.
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Community Counselling Centre
Contact Susan Anderson (Therapist & Co-Director) Address #202, 10534 - 124 St. Edmonton T5N 1S1 Phone 780-482-3711 / 780-212-7872 Fax 780-488-9407 email@example.com Website www.edmonton.cmha.ca Hours Flexible daytime /evening hrs. Mon. - Sat. Fee Sliding fee schedule from $120/hour and lower. Description
Counsellors & therapists provide individual, couple and family counselling. Fees based on generous sliding fee scale to make quality counselling affordable for our new clients. Sessions for new clients are available usually within a week of intake. Counsellors have expertise in: Bereavement support, Suicide prevention and recovery counselling, EMDR, Hypnotherapy, Trauma-Informed therapy, Addictions, Depression, Anxiety, Anger Management, PTSD, Family Violence, Concurrent Disorders, Relationship Therapy, and Spiritual Development. Also provide marriage preparation and enrichment programs. Also support by on-line sessions.
Address 5600 - 44 Ave. (Office Location) Camrose Phone 780-672-9195 Description
For City of Camrose Community Services visit www.camrose.ca.
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Community Social Housing/Affordable Housing
Contact Lisa Adamson Address 4612 - 53 St. Camrose T4V 1Y6 Phone 780-679-2002 Fax 780-679-3054 Website www.thebethanygroup.ca Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - noon; 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Description
Provides subsidized rental housing for low-to-moderate income families, seniors and individuals. Applicants are assessed for eligibility based on need.
Phone Bethany Meadows 780-679-1000; Louise Jensen 780-679-3097 Fax 780-679-2001 (LJ) 780-679-1020 (BM) Website www.thebethanygroup.ca Hours Regular Business Hours Description
Care is provided for people with complex health needs who are unable to remain at home or in supportive living and require scheduled 24-hour RN care. The Bethany Group offers a warm and friendly environment with a variety of social and recreational programs at Bethany Meadows and Louise Jensen Care Centre.
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Cornerstone Christian Academy
Contact Alan Welde (Principal) Address Box 99 221 Thompson Street Kingman T0B 2M0 Phone 780-672-7197 Fax 780-608-1420 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.cornerstonekingman.ca Cornerstone Christian Academy Facebook Page Hours 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Mon. - Thurs. Description
Cornerstone Christian Academy is a private interdenominational Christian school that embraces students and staff from a variety of backgrounds and heritages. This ecumenical environment promotes a deeper understanding of the larger Christian community and our shared unity in Christ, while respecting and learning about the differences that make each tradition unique.
Correctional Services Division AB Justice & Solicitor General
Address 5210-49 Ave. Camrose T4V 3Y2 Phone 780-679-1234 Toll Free 310-0000 then (780) 679-1234 Fax 780-679-1227 Hours Mon. - Fri., 8:15 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Description
Provides supervision for individuals referred by the court and jail. Administers various programs offered by the Alberta Solicitor General’s Department, i.e., Extra-judicial Sanctions Program, Probation and Fine Option.
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Country Counselling Services
Contact Erinn Baily-Sawatzky, MACP, R.C.C.,R.C.T., CFTP, MHIMCP Phone 780-678-9796 Fax 780-628-0799 email@example.com Website www.countrycounselling.com Hours Some daytime during the week; flexible evening hours Mon. - Fri.; weekend hours available. Fee Please inquire. Private health insurance may assist with fees. Description
Traditional counselling, non-traditional setting in a private country office just a few minutes south of Camrose. Adolescents (ages 11 plus), adults, couples, or group counselling. Masters level Registered Clinical Counsellor, Registered Counselling Therapist, Certified Family Trauma professional and Mental Health Integrative Medicine Certified Provider. Additional specialty services include Clinical Hypnosis, Equine Assisted Psychotherapy, Biofeedback and Integrative Medicine for Mental health consults. Please inquire for more information.
Covenant Health St. Mary’s Hospital Psychiatry Unit
Address 4607 - 53 St. Camrose T4V 1Y5 Phone 780-679-6131 Fax 780-679-6139 Website www.covenanthealth.ca/hospitals-care-centres/st-marys-hospital Hours No longer offer a Psychiatric Walk In Clinic. A referral from your Health Care Practitioner is necessary for outpatient services/appointments. Fee Costs are covered by Alberta Health Care. Please bring your card with you. Description
Offers a full range of Psychiatric Services including: Individual Psychotherapy Sessions, Assertiveness Training, Communication Skills, Stress Management, MAP (Management of Anxiety Panic), Schizophrenia Program. Access to outpatient services is by referral. Call 780-679-6131 for information.
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Crossroads Day Program
Contact Tena Lansing (Clinical Support Manager) Address 4612 - 53 St. Camrose T4V 1Y6 Phone 780-679-3045/780-679-3046 Fax 780-679-3071 firstname.lastname@example.org Website www.thebethanygroup.ca Description
Provides social programs for older adults with chronic disease &/or disability who are living in the community. Serves people with memory impairment &/or chronic health problems. Offers socialization leisure activities.