Be A Great Dad

Provided by: Families Matter Calgary, ABEducational fun program for dads with children ages 2 to 6.

Best Beginning

Provided by: Alberta Health Services - Calgary Zone Calgary, ABIndividual and group services for pregnant teens and low income pregnant women.


Provided by: Boys and Girls Clubs of Calgary Calgary, ABFamily and community program that supports families with young children who may be struggling with a variety of issues related to parenting.

In-Home Family Support

Provided by: Families Matter Calgary, ABResources and strategies to stabilize the family and work with parents around life management and parenting skills.

Lasting Impressions

Provided by: Hull ServicesConfidential AddressA program for families with dependent children to age 18 affected by parental mental illness.

North Central Community Resource Centre

Provided by: Huntington Hills Community Association Calgary, ABFamily Resource Centre providing early intervention and information and referral programs for individuals and families.

Parent Resource Line

Provided by: Families Matter Calgary, ABTelephone support to family members facing challenges with their children.

Parenting Coaching Program

Provided by: Families Matter Calgary, ABHelping parents develop new parenting strategies for their children in their home.

Parenting Seminars

Provided by: Raymond ParentingConfidential AddressParenting seminars covering a wide variety of topics.

Parenting Services

Provided by: Parent Support Association of Calgary Calgary, ABOngoing support for parents and caregivers.

Parenting Skills Courses

Provided by: Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre Calgary, ABParenting courses on topics such as newborn care, baby's first year, and what a child needs.

Pregnant and Parenting Youth

Provided by: Catholic Family Service of Calgary Calgary, ABHelping young pregnant and parenting youth achieve positive, functional futures for themselves and their children.

PREP Family Support Services

Provided by: PREP Program Calgary, ABA family support program for parents of children with Down syndrome from birth to 18 years of age.

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