FCSS Served Bite by Bite

Posted On Tuesday September 03, 2019

Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) aims to bring greater awareness to the community about the role of FCSS and how it supports families and individuals in all life stages. This fall the lunch and learn series looks at needs, key initiatives, campaigns and projects that drive the work FCSS does for our community.

  • September 16 - Reducing and Eliminating Poverty
  • October 21 - Protecting Families Against Violence
  • November 18 - Mental Health and You
  • December 16 - Combating Isolation

Bring your own lunch to the FCSS Program Room for a chance to meet our team, pick up resources, learn about partnerships and ask questions to better understand the contributions of FCSS in the community.

“The resulting report from the Mayor’s Task Force showed us just how many people aren’t aware of a vital service we offer right here in this community, one that benefits us all,” shares Lisa Gilchrist, Director of Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services.

FCSS is a leader in preventive social support programs in Alberta. Professional and dedicated staff develop, support and implement preventive programs and initiatives that enhance the social well-being of individuals and families through promotion or intervention strategies provided at the earliest opportunity.

FCSS has something to offer everyone from support programs to life-skills training and volunteer opportunities; grab one of our program guides today.

Find more information in our events page on Facebook.

Contact information:

Deanna Butz, Community Development Coordinator, 780.963.8583
Sharida Csillag, Community Development Coordinator, 780.963.8583