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Addiction Helpline

Cardston
The Addiction Helpline is a toll free confidential service which provides alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and problem gambling support, information and referral to services. The Addiction Helpline operates 24 hour a day, seven days a week and is available to all Albertans.
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Addiction Services

Provincial Building, 576 Main Street Cardston
Service worker comes to Cardston every 2nd and 4th Tuesday from Lethbridge. Short-term adult outpatient treatment services include individual, family and group counselling for those with alcohol, other drug or gambling concerns. All counselling services are strictly confidential and free. Services may vary at location, please call to arrange a service that's right for you.
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AIDS/STD information

Cardston
AIDS/STD Information 24 hours 1-800-722-2437
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Al-Anon Family Groups

389 2nd Ave. West Cardston
Confidential, anonymous meetings held each Monday at 7:30pm at St. Andrew's United Church. Services: Supports and encouragement for family and friends of alcoholics. (People affected by abusers of other substances may find this program helpful as well)
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Alcoholics Anonymous

Cardston
Tuesdays @ 8pm at the Moses Lake Shelter (Closed) Thursdays @ 7pm at St. Pauls Center
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All Smiles Dental

572 3rd Street West Cardston
Located in Cardston, Alberta, All Smiles Dental is the general dentistry practice of Dr. Dustin Michel offering everything from family dentistry to cosmetic dental procedures. Our office is equipped with the latest in equipment and technology, enabling us to deliver to you all that modern dentistry has to offer. While we pride ourselves in our ability to provide you with a healthy, beautiful smile, the first priority of our friendly and experienced team is to secure your trust and make your dental experience as comfortable as possible. Currently, the vast majority of our new patients are referred family and friends of our existing patients. We are honoured by the trust that this implies and we look forward to having the privilege of taking care of not just your oral health, but that of your family and friends for years to come.
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Better Beginnings

576 Main Street Provincial Building Cardston
Prenatal Nutrition Program providing Non-Judgemental Support and Information on Healthy Lifestyle Choices for Pregnant and Parenting Women.
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Better Choices Better Health On-Line

Cardston
Do you have a chronic condition like diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, high blood pressure, obesity, chronic pain or others? Join this On-Line program to: Learn to manage your symptoms better, discover tips to manage your day-to-day activities, get support from others with long-term health problems, share your experiences, and help others. The Better Choices, Better Health - Online Program is a 6 week, highly interactive, online workshop offered free through Alberta Health Services for residents of Alberta who are 18 years or older.. Workshops are led by two trained peer facilitators, and participants are organized into small groups of about 25, who log on at their convenience about 2 to 3 times per week. The total time commitment is about 2 hours a week and new lessons are posted each week for participants to complete. Workshop topics include: how to handle pain and fatigue, medication management, dealing with emotions, healthy eating and activity, problem solving, goal setting, and communicating with health care providers.
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Block Parent Program

Cardston
Protect children from abduction, and to provide identification clinics. To protect children and give them a safe place to go when in trouble through education and parent volunteers.
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Bullying Helpline

Cardston
If you are looking for advice or support on bullying, please call the toll-free helpline at 1-888-456-2323. The helpline is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week and is staffed by trained counsellors.
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Bullying Prevention Helpline

Cardston
If you are looking for advice or support on bullying, please call the toll-free helpline at 1-888-456-2323. The helpline is available 24-hours a day, seven days a week and is staffed by trained counsellors.
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Cardston Caregivers Support Group

623 Main St, Cardston Cardston
Support Groups are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month At the Cardston Provincial Building Board Room from 10 - 11 am The support group is a confidential meeting led by professionally trained facilitators designed with the goal of offering support and tools for decreasing stress, increasing health and enhancing self-care in relationships. The Resource Groups are educational meetings provided by members from the community, healthcare, government, and other avenues to offer information and access to resources for families, caregivers and care recipients on a variety of subjects and services available to them. Resource Groups are held the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month Lee Crest - Recreation Room on the main floor 1 - 2 pm Chinook Lodge - Recreation Room 2:30 - 3:30 pm
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Cardston Clinic

34 2nd Ave. West Cardston
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-4:00pm (Closed for lunch 12:00pm-1:00pm) Dr. Sandy Cunningham, Dr. David Playfiar, Dr. Justin Low, Dr. Robert Crawford and Dr. Kim Taylor, at the Cardston Clinic, are currently accepting new patients.
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Cardston County Emergency Services

69 3A Avenue East Cardston
Cardston County Emergency Services provides Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services (EMS), as well as Fire Prevention, Inspection and Investigation services within the Town of Cardston, Village of Hillspring, Glenwood and the Western half of the M.D. of Cardston. We also service Waterton National Park and parts of the Blood Reserve. All our members are paid on call fire fighters and EMS/FF, who respond from within the community as they are available. We are committed to providing the highest quality fire protection, emergency medical, and rescue services available to the residents we protect; and quality disaster preparedness, response, protection, mitigation, and recovery services to the entire Operational Area.
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Cardston Elementary School

730 4th Avenue West Cardston
Welcome to Cardston Elementary School! Built in 1970, the school was originally known as Lee Creek Educational Centre. We are proud of the unique structure with three circular pods and the tipi roof over the Kindergarten and Grade one circle. Our students come from the Town of Cardston, County of Cardston and the Blood Indian Reserve and Montana. Our attendance area includes the US - Canada border in the South to the Blood Reserve in the North and from Waterton Park in the West to Del Bonita in the East. This year, there are 750 students in Cardston Elementary School.
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Cardston High School

145 4th Avenue West Cardston

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Cardston Junior High School

430 5th Avenue East Cardston
Cardston Junior High School is located in the Town of Cardston, Alberta at 430 - 5 Avenue East. Student Population -- approximately 325 (of which about 100 are First Nation's students from the nearby Blood Reserve). School Staff consists of 18 teachers, 5 educational assistants, 1 full-time librarian, 3 custodians and 2 admin assistants/secretaries. In addition to the basic core program of studies (English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies) students are also required to take daily Physical Education and Health. We also offer a modified core program for students with special learning needs that cannot be accommodated in the regular classroom. Students have a great deal of choice for complimentary courses they may elect to add to their schedule of classes, including: Career and Technology Studies (Home Economics, Industrial Education, Digital Media, Information Processing), Outdoor Education, Fine Arts (Instrumental Music, Drama, Art and Native Art, Music Appreciation/Guitar), Leadership (Business Education/Concessions and Student Council), and Character Education (Teacher/Student Mentorship Program). Extra-Curricular Programs include: Cross Country Running Volleyball (Girls & Boys Teams in Grade 7, 8 & 9) Basketball (Girls & Boys Teams in Grade 7, 8 & 9) Badminton Track & Field Other School Programs and Events include: Native Awareness and Cultural Appreciation Community Service Day Character Education/Love and Logic Family Liaison Counselor Native Liaison Counselor Roots of Empathy Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens Why Try? Bully Free Alberta Westwind Rodeo Academy and Equine Therapy Program Parenting with Love and Logic What is Love and Logic, and why might I be interested in it? Love and Logic is a philosophy for the raising and teaching of children that allows adults to be happier, empowered, and more skilled in their interactions with children. Love allows children to grow through their mistakes. Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices. Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences--all within the context of a safe environment provided by people who truly care about them and are committed to guiding them to responsible adulthood.
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Cardston LDS Employment Resource Services

138 3 Avenue W Cardston
Employment Resource Services
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Cardston Municipal Hospital

144 – 2nd Street W. Cardston
The Cardston Health Centre is an acute and continuing care facility offering 24-hour emergency, palliative care, and obstetrics and surgical services.
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Chinook Lodge

451 3 St W Cardston
The Chinook Lodge is operated by the Chinook Foundation and offers an assisted living facility with basic care for elderly. Facility includes common dining and recreational areas.
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Community Adult Learning Council

445 Main Street Cardston
Hours: 9:00am-4:00pm Fee: Determined by type and length of course Season: September to June Volunteers: Area representatives program courses in their community Service: A wide variety of non-credit general-interest courses, scheduled regularly or upon request from members of the community. Credit and certificate courses, occupational and vocational training through partnerships with other groups. CALC sponsors or partners with the other agencies to deliver several special events including Women's Relaxer, Learner's Fair, Job Fair, Parenting Workshops, and a variety of Community Awareness programs.
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Community Health Unit

576 Main Street Cardston
Hours of Operation: -Monday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm -Tuesday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm -Wednesday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm -Thursday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm -Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm -Closed from 12 noon to 12:30 p.m.. Services provided at this location: -Audiology (403-388-6575) -Children's Allied Health Services (403-388-6575) -Fluoride Protection for Toddlers (403-653-5230) -Prenatal Education (403-653-5230) -Public Health Nursing (403-653-5230)
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Community Mental Health

576 Main Street Cardston
Assessment and treatment will include learning about your past history, present situation, and identifying your goals. The counsellor will talk with you about the different treatment options, including counselling to help you reach your goals. Your counsellor will help you choose goals and strategies, make suggestions, and review your progress with you.
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Crime Stoppers

Cardston
About Lethbridge & Southern Alberta Crime Stoppers The mission of Crime Stoppers is, “to create a safer, more secure community.” Crime Stoppers, through its relationship with the Police Service, Public, and Media, provides an indispensable service. Without Crime Stoppers and the guarantee of anonymity it provides to those who call in or submit tips, many criminal cases would go unsolved. To ensure its success, Crime Stoppers depends on donations from individuals and corporations. Thanks to the tremendous support the program has received, Crime Stoppers has been truly successful. Why Do We Need Crime Stoppers? Crime Stoppers is based on the principal that “Someone other than the criminal has information that can solve a crime” and was created to combat the three major problems faced by law enforcement in generating that information: A fear of REPRISAL An attitude of APATHY, and A reluctance to get INVOLVED Crime Stoppers resolves these concerns by: Offering ANONYMITY to people who provide information about crimes. Paying REWARDS when the information supplied leads to arrest. Three Essential Elements Make Up a Crime Stoppers Program: The Community: Citizens become more involved and make a strong contribution towards solving crime in their communities. The Media: Crime Stoppers methods, objectives, successes, and special events are publicized on a regular basis by the media. The Police: A special Crime Stoppers phone with a well-publicized number is provided to the community. Callers are assigned a special Code number and NEVER give their names. If, after the investigation, the information leads to an arrest, the caller is entitled to a reward. Tipsters can also submit their tips online while continuing to remain anonymous. The Crime Stoppers program has enjoyed great success boasting an average conviction rate of 95% on cases solved by Crime Stoppers tips. The Crime Stoppers programs worldwide have solved over a half a million crimes and recovered over 6 billion dollars worth of stolen property and illegal drugs.
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Dial-A-Law

Cardston
The topics in the Dial-A-Law series provide general information on a wide variety of legal issues in the Province of Alberta. This service is provided by Calgary Legal Guidance with funding in part from the Alberta Law Foundation. To listen to a Dial-A-Law topic, please call the Dial-A-Law Operator between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. during normal business hours, Monday to Friday, excluding all statutory holidays and staff in-house training days.
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Distress/Drugs/Suicide

Cardston
Addiction Services Helpline (24 hours) 1-866-332-2322 Community Mental Health Clinic (403-653-5115) Cardston Family Services (403) 653-3366 The Distress Line of SW Alberta 1-888-787-2880
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