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Minister of Status of Women
Please visit alberta.ca/wildfire-recovery.cfm for up-to-date information on re-entry plans, social support services, financial assistance, community services, advisories and more.
Caregivers are being recognized for their role in connecting children in need to their families, communities and cultures.
The province is extending funding for a community organization that focuses on preventing child abuse through parenting and early-childhood development.
The Government of Alberta is supporting three rural community projects to help people experiencing homelessness or housing instability as a result of the 2016 wildfire in northern Alberta.
Nominations are open for the 2016 Child Development Professional Awards of Excellence.
The Alberta government is investing in short-term supportive housing in Calgary for men transitioning from the criminal justice system into the community.
To mark Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day on Sept. 9, the government is asking Albertans to help women avoid alcohol if they are trying to conceive or during pregnancy.
Seven community organizations throughout Alberta are receiving funding so survivors of child sexual abuse can get specialized services and the healing supports they need.
Human Services is responsible for the following programs and services: