FCSS Services & Programs
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) provides individual and group services to strengthen the individual, the family and the community. Beaumont FCSS builds capacity with individuals, families and the community, through a respectful, coordinated and collaborative approach.
About Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)
Information & Referrals
FCSS provides information regarding social and emotional supports that are available to residents of Beaumont. For more information, call the Community Development Coordinators at 780-929-1006.
Community Development & Asset Building
FCSS promotes, encourages and facilitates the development of stronger communities. To become involved or for more information about partnerships, grant opportunities and new community initiatives, contact the Community Development Coordinators at 780-929-1006.
Youth Programs & Support
Beaumont FCSS provides various youth programs through schools, the Chantal Berube Youth Center, workshops, Asset Building events, counselling and referrals. For more information, contact Brodie Stenhouse 780-929-1006.
Children & Family Programming & Support
Beaumont FCSS is pleased to provide various community supported children and family programs through schools, workshops, events and referrals. For more information contact Dinah Melgard at 780-929-1006.
Seniors Services & Home Support Services
Support is available to assist seniors with filling out Government forms, and gaining access to community resources. Services are available to support seniors with regular household tasks such as light housekeeping. For more information, call Kaylene McKinney, Community Development Coordinator at 780-929-1006.
Individual & Community Supports
FCSS provides support to residents through the Volunteer Income Tax Program, referrals for Christmas Elves, and subsidized counseling. Please contact FCSS at 780-929-1006 for more information regarding eligibility for programs.
Family Violence Prevention & Awareness
FCSS works with community stakeholders to build understanding about healthy relationships and strategies to prevent family violence as well as a Family Support and Intervention Program. For more information, contact Kaylene McKinney, Community Development Coordinator at 780-929-1006.