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Addiction Help Line

Fort Macleod
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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AIDS/STD Information

Fort Macleod
AIDS/STD Information 24 hours
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Al Anon Family Group

1716 7 Ave Fort Macleod
Meetings are Wednesdays at 8:00pm at Fort Macleod Alliance Church
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Alcoholics Anonymous

Fort Macleod
8:00pm Wednesday @ Sunnyside Alliance Church (1716 7th Ave.) (Closed) 8:00pm Monday @ Foothills Detox Center (Open) (403) 553-4466
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Ambulance

Fort Macleod
Non emergency - 403-852-5302
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Audiology

744 26th Street Fort Macleod
This service assesses and diagnoses hearing loss. Provides care to people, which includes: -Assessing for hearing loss -Helping prevent hearing loss -Helping caregivers understand a child’s hearing loss -Follow-up as needed (e.g., hearing aids, assistive listening devices) -Teaching about hearing
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Better Beginnings

Fort Macleod
Prenatal Nutrition Program providing Non-Judgemental Support and Information on Healthy Lifestyle Choices for Pregnant and Parenting Women.
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Bullying Helpline

Fort Macleod
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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Children's Allied Health Services

744 26th Street Fort Macleod
Supports children who have developmental challenges and their families. Assesses, treats, and helps children who have issues with development and their families. Services include: -Tests and treatments (e.g., audiology, speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy) -Teaching about child development -Family support -Help with assistive technology (feeding, seating) Services are offered in homes, at daycares and schools, and in the community.
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Chinook Dental Clinic

2417 6th Ave. Fort Macleod

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Colonel Macleod Manors and Chinook Arch Manor of the Willow Creek Foundation

627 - 27 Street Fort Macleod
The Willow Creek Foundation will manage and maintain affordable accommodations for seniors and persons in need in the southern portion of the Municipal District of Willow Creek, including Towns of Granum and Fort Macleod. Activities: We have 20 one bedroom units, two of which are wheelchair accessible. Grounds, walks and parking lots are maintained for safe, comfortable use of our residents.
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Community Care (Home Care)

744-26th Street Fort Macleod
Health and support services to assist individuals of any age living in their own homes. Services include: home nursing care, home help, physical therapy, occupational therapy, respiratory therapy, social work, personal care, Alberta Aids to Daily Living, and assessment for alternate level of care. Activities: Home Care staff authorize equipment for persons with a chronic or disabling condition, provide Palliative Care for the terminally ill, and coordinate access to continuing care services. Referrals may be made by anyone. An assessment may be done to determine if the client's needs meet current program criteria for admission. Hours/Meetings: Office hours: 8 am to 4:30 pm Monday-Friday
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Community Health

744 - 26th Street Fort Macleod
Alberta Health Services will promote, maintain, and improve the health of residents in the region by ensuring an affordable, accessible, accountable and integrated health system. Our vision is one in which residents of the region have adopted healthy behaviours and appropriately utilize the health resources of the region where individuals/families/communities are valued for their contribution to improving the health of the population/environment, and where equity in health-status exists between communities. Health Link (open 24 hours) 1-866-408-5465 is open for questions or comments about health services. Activities: Wellness Services: Public Health Nursing Children's Health: Infant/Preschool Development Audiology Speech-Language Pathology Health Protection Environmental Health Regional Infection Control Population Health Health Promotion Hours/Meetings: Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm Other Services Provided *promotion and prevention, *community support, *customer initiatives, *assessment, *crisis intervention and stabilization, *intervention services, *continuity of care.
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Community Mental Health

744 - 26th Street Fort Macleod
Provides mental health services including assessments, various treatments, supports, referrals and consultations for individuals of all ages who have, or who are at risk of developing a mental illness. Activities: Counselling services for children, individuals, and families; Critical Incident Stress Management Team. Annual Events - Mental Health Week in May, Mental Illness Week in October Hours/Meetings: Monday-Friday, 8:15am to 4:30pm
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Crime Stoppers

Fort Macleod
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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Diabetes Support Group

Box 520 Fort Macleod
Office: (403) 553-5351 Hours: Meetings are the 1st Tuesday every other month at 6:30pm Mission: A support group for individuals to promote self-care and self management of diabetes. Activities: Meeting may include a speaker on a diabetes related topic, or may just be an informal get-together between members.
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Dial-A-Law

Fort Macleod
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 Line of SW Alberta

Fort Macleod
Sometimes you just need to talk to someone. Someone who won't criticize, complain, argue, tell you what to do, or what not to do! That someone could be the people who operate the Distress Line of Southwestern Alberta. The trained staff of the Distress Line operated by Canadian Mental Health Association, will listen, and if you would like to know what services or options are available to you, they can refer you to the right agency. But if all you want is someone to talk to, they are here to listen. 21 hour, 7 days a week telephone support for people who are in distress and require support, intervention and/or information and referral services.
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Electrical Emergency

Fort Macleod
After Hours Emergency: (403) 308-0735
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Employment and Training Services

236 23rd street, Fort Macleod
Please refer to town office for further assistance.
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Extendicare

654 - 29th Street Fort Macleod
A 50 bed facility offering continuing, dementia and day care as well as a community support respite bed to persons of the Western Chinook Health Regions. We are an active partner in health care delivery for the Chinook Region. Extendicare's commitment to residents is the foundation of care delivery. Activities: Long term 24 hour care for seniors; care services to provide temporary relief for informal care givers; and adult day care for seniors.
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F.P. Walshe High School School

538-16 St. Fort Macleod
Grade 8 to Grade 12
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Family and Community Support Services

258 24th St. Fort Macleod
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) is a joint municipal/provincial funding program established to develop, support and fund preventive social services. FCSS is an 80/20 funding partnership between the Government of Alberta, municipalities, and Metis settlements. Provincially, the FCSS Program receives its mandate from the Family and Community Support Services Act and Regulation. The FCSS philosophy is based on a belief that self-help contributes to a sense of integrity, self-worth and independence. The programs developed are intended to help individuals in their community to adopt healthy lifestyles, thereby improving the quality of life and building the capacity to prevent and/or deal with crisis situations should they arise. Priority Setting & Resource Allocation One of the key principals of the FCSS Program is local responsibility in priority-setting and resource allocation. FCSS emphasizes local decision-making for programming, based on the belief that communities have the desire, energy, and resources to build community capacity. Each municipality or Metis settlement, therefore, determines how the dollars they receive should be allocated to best meet local needs. Strengthening the Community Fort MacLeod and the FCSS strengthen the community by building relationships and empowering the community capacity, so that residents of Fort Macleod and district have equal opportunity to have a better quality of life. FCSS provides resources and funds, and operates community programs and services. Event Participation FCSS supports community events: Community Halloween Party Santa Claus Parade Day movie Ice Cream Social Senior Week Volunteer Week Winter Walk Day Programs & Services Under FCSS, communities design and deliver social programs that are preventive in nature to promote and enhance well-being among individuals, families, and communities. The programs depend on community resources, often involving volunteers in management and delivery. Community Resource Office Community Resource Fair Meals on Wheels Coordinator Volunteer Income Tax Program Youth Programs - Summer Programs Disaster Services - Reception Center Interagency Meeting Coordinator Early Childhood Mapping Project Committee Participation FCSS provides funding to various community agencies in Fort Macleod: G R Davis Leader in Me - One Book - One School G R Davis Young Painted Horse Choose Well Challenge - Adult Walking program Fort Macleod Awareness Market Kids First Family Center Parents as Teachers Parent Preschool Program Fort Macleod Preschool Society Red Coats are Coming
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Family Health Home Visitation Program

744 - 26 Street Fort Macleod
A home visitation program targeting families with children ages 0-3 years. the Home Visitor assists individuals and families in recognizing their strengths, helps them set goals, assists parents in determining their support systems, connect families with community resources, and provides information and activities on child development. In addition the program can offer specialized services and programming for pregnant woment with substance abuse issues, women who have been dignosed with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and for women who have given birth to a child with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Activities: Weekly home visits by a trained family home visitor. Participation is voluntary. The Home Visitor can offer home visits that support parents, activities to help your baby learn, support that links families to the community resources, problem solving strategies, advocacy when accessing other supports and transportation to essential medical services. For information on the referral process and eligibility call head office at 403-388-6351.
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Family Violence Information Line

Fort Macleod
Family Violence Info Line - Support for witnesses to family violence, or family and friends of victims. And provides information and referral for family violence resources across Alberta - 403-310-1818 (toll-free, 24/7).
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Fire

249 - 26th Street Fort Macleod
Non emergency 403-382-7355 Hall: 403-553-4577 email: fire@fortmacleod.com
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Foothills Detox Centre

810-18 Street Fort Macleod
Hours of Operation: 24 hours day, 7 days a week SERVICES PROVIDED -Provides an overnight shelter for people under the influance of alcohol or other drugs (capacity 3) -Provides non-medical detoxification services (11 beds) -Offers basic counselling, information and referral to further treatment -Telephone interview is required prior to admission
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Fort Macleod Affordable Housing Committee

Fort Macleod
To explore and identify current and emerging housing challenges in the Fort Macleod area including issues of affordability, accessibility, adequacy, suitability. The committee identifies key priorities, develops housing targets and supports funding applications to the Provincial and Federal governments.
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