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  • Child & Youth Services

    Regional Rural Children’s Centre, Bawlf

    Contact Terry-Lynn Sereda (Program Administration/Director)
    Address Box 210 Bawlf T0B 0J0
    Phone 780-373-2115 or 780-608-4434 (cell)
    Email RRCCBawlf@outlook.com
    Facebook Regional Rural Children’s Centre, Bawlf Facebook Page
    Community Bawlf
    Description

    Playschool provides a safe and stimulating environment where children ages 3-5 years learn through play, crafts, and instruction. Serves children from Bawlf and surrounding communities 2 mornings/week. Out-of-School Program – after school care for children in K – grade 6, Monday through Friday.

  • Information & Referral

    Resolution Services

    Phone Camrose 780-361-1374 (Victor) or 780-310-0000 then 780-361-1374
    Fax 780-361-1210
    Website https://www.alberta.ca/rcas.aspx
    Hours 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.; Mon. - Fri.
    Description

    Resolution Services are a group of programs and services offered by the Government of Alberta, Justice and Solicitor General in collaboration with the Courts of AB.  Resolution Services staff work directly with individuals to help them find appropriate solutions for their legal issues.
    Assessment Services assists self-represented individuals and families to find appropriate solutions for family law issues. Families are provided with information regarding court process, dispute resolution options, community resources, educational programs aimed at assisting parents in reducing parental conflict and developing child-focused parenting plans as well as access the Court system when required.  Phone: Victor at 780-310-0000 then 780-361-1374 Wetaskiwin. Appointment based.
    Information Services assists self-represented individuals to find appropriate information on court procedures and legal service options, assistance locating and filling out court forms and referrals to other community legal resources.  These services are available for both family and non-family (civil, criminal, landlord and tenant, retaining orders).

  • Counselling Services

    Rhiannon Wegenast (Registered Psychologist)

    Contact Rhiannon Wegenast (Registered Psychologist)
    Phone 780-781-4979
    Email rhiannon.wegenast@gmail.com
    Hours By appointment - daytime; some evenings available.
    Fee As outlined in the Psychologists Association of Alberta's recommended fee schedule. Private extended health insurance may assist with this fee. Sliding fee options are available based on need.
    Description

    Confidential professional individual psychotherapy for adolescents, adults and seniors.  Short and long term counselling.

  • Transportation

    Rose City HandiVan Society

    Contact Maureen Foss (Coordinator)
    Address 5415 - 49 Ave. Camrose T4V 0N6
    Phone 780-672-8777
    Email coordinator@handivan@gmail.com
    Hours 7:00 a.m. - 4:40 p.m., Mon. - Fri. Evenings/weekends by advance bookings only, dependent on availability.
    Fee $5.00 one-way in Camrose; $12 one way in Camrose County; Medical and Outings $25/hr. (min. 3 hours) plus $1.50/km.
    Community Camrose
    Description

    Specialized transportation for people with: mobility aids (wheelchairs/walker); senior citizens with physical disability, cognitive and/or developmental disability who cannot use typical transportation.

  • Home Support Services

    Rose City Professional Organizing

    Contact Christa Jones (Owner & Professional Organizer)
    Phone 587-340-0042
    Website www.rosecityprofessionalorganizing.com
    Facebook Rose City Professional Organizing Facebook Page
    Description

    Helps individuals, families, senior citizens and business professionals reduce the clutter and stress in their homes and offices. Providing encouragement, focused motivation, and hands-on assistance with the de-cluttering, styling and organizing process in your space.

  • Disabilities

    Rose City Residential Support Society

    Contact Dale Bowal (President)
    Address Box 1115, 5111 - 52 Avenue (Sparling Manor) Camrose T4V 4E7
    Phone 780-679-4678 or Anna Rood 780-374-2206
    Email dbowal@hotmail.com
    Community Camrose
    Description

    Coordinating affordable apartment units for independent living individuals. Serving individuals with a disability.

  • Specialized Care

    Rosehaven Provincial Program

    Address 4612-53 St. Camrose T4V 1Y6
    Phone 780-679-3000
    Fax 780-679-2001
    Website www.rosehavenprogram.ca
    Hours Office: Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. & 1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Description

    Provides specialized outreach and inpatient services to support people who have behaviours that are difficult to manage in their current settings.

  • Police

    Royal Canadian Mounted Police

    Contact Cpl. Mark Cusack
    Address 6410 - 48 Ave. Camrose T4V 3A3
    Phone 780-672-3341 (Emergencies/complaints) / 780-672-3342 (Admin.)
    Fax 780-672-9290
    Website www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca
    Hours Mon-Fri, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. (Admin.)
    Community Camrose
    Description

    Under contract to the Provincial Government to provide assistance to the general public residing in Camrose County to victims of crime and trauma, to other agencies, and to enforce federal and provincial statutes.

  • Information & Referral

    Rural Community Program

    Contact Clarence Hastings
    Address 4821 - 51 St. Camrose T4V 1R9
    Phone 780-672-0141
    Fax 672-2833
    Email cdss4@telusplanet.net
    Website www.camrosefcss.ca
    Hours Mon. - Fri.; 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Description

    Connects CDSS programs to participating rural municipalities. Supports community capacity building, community development, fund research, identification of social strengths and needs, and provides advocacy and referrals for municipalities, families and individuals. Runs “Summer in the Park” programs during the summer.

  • Senior Citizen Drop-In Centres

    Rural Senior Centres

    Description

    Please refer to www.camrosefcss.ca  for the Clubs and Organizations searchable database and search for a senior centre of your choice.  You can also call Clarence at 780-672-041 for contact information.