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Addiction Help Line

Milk River
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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Adult Continuing Education - Further Education Council

Milk River
The County of Warner Further Education Council is a non-profit organization funded by Alberta Learning, Community Programs and serves the County of Warner including the communities of Coutts, Masinasin, Milk River, New Dayton, Raymond, Stirling, Warner and Wrentham. Educational classes are offered in the fall and spring. Class listings are published and costs and locations are included. web address: http://www.communitylearning.info/htdocs/councils/warner.html
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AIDS/STD Information

Milk River
AIDS/STD Information 24 hours
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Alcohol and Drug Abuse

240 Main Street Milk River
Please refer to town office for further assistance.
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Ambulance

Milk River
If you require Ambulance for any reason, please call 911.
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Better Beginnings

Milk River
Prenatal Nutrition Program providing Non-Judgemental Support and Information on Healthy Lifestyle Choices for Pregnant and Parenting Women.
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Bylaw Enforcement

Milk River
The Town of Milk River Bylaw Enforcement Officer ensures that the policies and bylaws of the municipality are upheld. The Officer patrols the community each week, investigating animal complaints, unsightly premises complaints, and various other municipal concerns. Fines will be issued for non-compliance in certain cases. To contact our Bylaw Officer please contact the Town Office during regular business hours, after hours call 403-795-8921.
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Crime Stoppers

Milk River
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

Milk River
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.
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Distress Line of SW Alberta

Milk River
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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Employment and Training Services

240 Main Street Milk River
Please contact the Town of Milk River for employment and training services.
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Erle Rivers High School

125 Main Street Northwest Milk River
Erle Rivers High School is a large Grade 6-12 institution with a number of exciting academic and athletic programs for students and parents to choose from.
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Family Violence Information Line

Milk River
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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Heritage Handibus

Milk River
This service is operated by the Heritage Handibus Society. The bus makes regular Friday trips to Lethbridge and can be booked by calling the Town Administration. The cost is $10.00 per person for the regular Lethbridge trip. The bus can be booked for other functions as well. Please call for private function pricing.
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Lawyer Referral Service

Milk River
The Law Society’s Lawyer Referral service might help you find a lawyer when you need one. The service provides you with the contact information of up to three lawyers who will review what legal services might help you. Please note however, the service has no connection with Legal Aid Alberta nor does it provide any form of financially subsidized legal service you might find through charitable organizations like Pro Bono Law Alberta. Please note: As the regulator of Alberta lawyers, the Law Society must remain objective and does not provide referrals based on credentials or experience. Alberta lawyers have the option to sign up for the service and referrals are made based on the area(s) of law they indicate they are practising. How does Lawyer Referral work?: A Lawyer Referral operator will answer your call. Once you describe the nature of your problem, the operator will give you the names and telephone numbers of up to three lawyers practicing in the area of law that best suit your needs. You can then make appointments to talk to one, two, or all three of the lawyers; please be sure to mention you got their contact information from Lawyer Referral. When you talk to each lawyer, the first half-hour of the conversation is free and is the time to discuss your legal situation and explore your options. You should not expect the lawyer to do any free work during this time — that is not the purpose of Lawyer Referral. However, you could certainly ask what it might cost to have your legal work done and other questions to determine if the lawyer may be a good fit for you. Toll free from anywhere in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Lower Mainland British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut: 1-800-661-1095
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Mental Health Help Line

Milk River
Staffed 24/7 by health professionals, the Mental Health Help Line provides: crisis intervention; information on Mental Health programs and services; and referral to other agencies where appropriate. This confidential, anonymous service is provided by Health Link Alberta and is available to all Albertans.
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Milk River & District Fire Department

Milk River
The Milk River and District Fire Department exists to protect and prevent fireloss and/or damage to the citizens of the Town of Milk River and surrounding areas, while maintaining a high level of professionalism. The Milk River Fire Hall is located on Highway 501 (running through Milk River). The volunteer service operates with approximately 20 members, all dedicated men and women trained to serve their community, and runs two Fire Pumper trucks, one Water Truck, and a Rescue Vehicle. Also, the Fire Department has responsibilities in responding to disaster situations – this could take the form of a plane crash, severe storm, flood, fire, chemical spill, or similar disaster. The Town of Milk River, through its volunteer “Disaster Services Coordinator” plans for and manages these possibilities. Every resident should be prepared by posting emergency phone numbers prominently in their home, developing an emergency escape plan, and preparing emergency kits. If you require Ambulance or Fire Services for any reason, please call 911.
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Milk River Chiropractic

240 Main Street NE Milk River

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Milk River Dental Centre

2-240 Main St. NE Milk River

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Milk River Elementary School

125 Main Street Northwest Milk River
In partnership with parents and community, Milk River Elementary School strives to provide an environment that will enhance the educational opportunities of our students to create self motivated, lifelong learners!
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Milk River Health Centre

517 Centre Avenue E Milk River
The Milk River Health Centre is a continuing care and community support facility providing services in 24-hour emergency, palliative care, homecare, and mental health services. -Children's Allied Health Services -Continuing Care Services -Diagnostic Imaging Services -Emergency Services -Fluoride Protection for Toddlers -Health Information/Records Management -Laboratory Services -Nutrition Counselling -Occupational Therapy -Patient Food Services -Paediatric Weight Management Services -Physical Therapy -Prenatal Education -Public Health Nursing -Speech Language Pathology -Therapeutic Recreation -Volunteer Resources
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Milk River Medical Clinic

517 Centre Avenue E Milk River
Monday-Friday: 9:00am-5:00pm Dr. Lewke-Bogle is currently working with the Rural Locum program & Alberta Health Services to acquire long term locums/physicians that will work in the clinic and provide ER coverage. The staff at the Milk River Medical Clinic would also like to advise patients that the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Calgary has cerfified this practice as a teaching site for Family Medicine students and residents. Please be advised that your appointment may be attended to by Dr. Lewke-Bogle and/or a resident physician. Your cooperation in the education of future physicians is greatly appreciated. Mission Statement: "To consistently provide friendly, team-based care to our community and patients/clients in the most timely, efficient, patient-centered and cost effective way". Location: The Milk River Medical Clinic is located in the west side of the Milk River Hospital (see map). Parking is available outside the main clinic doors. Booking Appointments: We prefer all visits to be made by appointment. We appreciate our patients arriving for their appointments on time. There is approximately 15-minutes allotted for each appointment. Please help the doctors by sharing comprehensively, but sticking to, your concerns. Walk-in patients will be seen as soon as possible, however, we do recommend booking an appointment. Please let the Clinic know as soon as possible if you have to cancel an appointment. Occasionally there may be delays due to emergencies or urgent treatments that the physician must attend to. These delays are unavoidable and we will do our best to keep you informed of the physician’s status and rebook you if necessary. Patients with serious emergencies should contact the hospital at (403) 647-3500, or call 911. Uninsured Services: Doctors charge for uninsured services. Patients will be made aware of the charge at the time of booking the appointment. Prescriptions: We do not fill prescriptions over the phone. We encourage all patients to plan ahead and book an appointment with their physician for refills. In some cases, prescriptions may be filled without a physician visit; however, there is a fee for this service. After Hours: 24-Hour Emergency Service is provided through the Emergency Department at the Milk River Health Center. There is 24 hour coverage, 7 days a week. For advice and health information after clinic hours, you can also contact Health Link Alberta at 1-866-408-5465. Other Community Resources: 24-hour emergency service Diabetes and lipids education clinic Dietician Home Care Laboratory and X-ray services Pharmacist/Pharmacy Professional mental health and wellness resources Public Health Nurse Respiratory Therapy service Social Worker
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Milk River Municipal Library

321 3rd Ave. N.E. Milk River

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North & Company

125 Main St NW, Milk River

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Prairie Rose Lodge

115 3rd Ave. NW Milk River
This is for people looking for seniors and community housing.
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