Basic Needs

Community Connectors


Stony Plain Community and Social Development and the WestView Primary Care Network are excited to share a new resource for Stony Plain and Parkland County community members.

The role of the Community Connector is to assist Older Adults (59+) that live in Stony Plain or Parkland County. This role is also able to assist with information and resource navigation to support families and community members of any age experiencing dementia.

Possible assistance with:

  • Dementia service navigation
  • Finding a Doctor
  • Basic Housing Resources
  • Basic Elder Abuse Resources
  • Financial Benefits Forms Assistance
  • Advance Care Planning
  • Community Connecting


Town of Stony Plain CSD and the WestView Primary Care Network are excited to share a resource for Stony Plain and Parkland County community members.

Community Connectors support youth ages 11-25 and their families in the Tri Region to access and navigate community and mental health supports and services by working collaboratively with a coalition of community stakeholders, social service agencies and health care providers.

For more information about the Community Connector program, call the Westview PCN at 780-960-9533 or visit


Caregivers Guide

Seniors Guide

Alberta Seniors Benefits 

TriRegion Elder Abuse (TREA) Coordinated Community Response (CCR) Network is a collaborative effort of stakeholders across the TriRegion to address elder abuse through awareness, education, and wrap-around supports. The purpose is to connect vulnerable older adults to supports in a respectful and considerate way. To access this support, call our office at 780-963-8583.

Employment support

Bredin Centre for Learning - WorkSource Program

Career Information Hotline 1-800-661-3753 or 780-422-4266 or Alberta Supports Contact Centre (alis)

Financial support

Alberta Works

Emergency Financial Supports 780-644-5135

Free Community Income Tax Clinic


Spruce Grove GSA Society

The Trevor Project Support line, support center and online community for LGBTQ2S+ youth 

Pride Centre of Edmonton Support for LGBTQ2S+ people in the Edmonton region

The Rainbow Pages Resource guide for youth

TransLife Line - support line for transgender youth:  877-330-6366 

Mental health resources 

Let's Talk Mental Health

Mental Health Training

Mental Health Week

Crisis lines


Addiction Helpline:  1-866-332-2322

Alberta Health Services

Bullying Help Line: 1-888-456-2323

Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-387-5437

Children’s Mental Health Crisis Line: 780-427-4491

Distress Line: 780-482-4357 (HELP) 24/7 crisis line providing immediate support. Chat feature available online;

First Nations and Inuit Hope for Wellness (14+):  1-855-242-3310


Kids Help Phone:  1-800-668-6868  Advice and support 24/7. Download the Always There App

Poison and Drug Information Service (PADIS):  1-800-332-1414 

Sexual Assault Centre:  780-423-4102

Youth Empowerment & Support Services (YESS):  780-468-7070 Emergency shelter and support services

Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton


BullyingCanada:  1-887-352-4497 24/7 support network that offers life-changing assistance via telephone, online chat, email, and texting;

Need Help Now Support for dealing with peers, removing online pictures and more.

Smart Social Networking:  Fifteen Tips for Teens

CyberBullying Research Center Tips for not letting social media negatively affect your life.