Strength in Numbers

Community Partners

The ARC Project is a collaborative interdisciplinary partnership that brings together numerous community partners who play an important role in contributing to the overall direction of the ARC Project initiatives.

Alberta Health Services (AHS)
Alberta Health Services is Canada’s first and largest province-wide, fully-integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to the over four million pekoe living in Alberta, as well as to some residents of Saskatchewan, BC and the Northwest Territories

Calgary Catholic Immigration Society
A non-profit organization providing settlement and integration services to all immigrants and refugees in Southern Alberta. Calgary Catholic Immigration Society services are delivered through dynamic multicultural, multilingual and multidisciplinary teams of professionals who offer a wide variety of services designed to aid and enhance the integration process.

Calgary Counselling Centre
The Calgary Counselling Centre is committed to providing compassionate, professional and affordable counselling services in the city of Calgary, AB. The centre helps individuals, couples, parents, families, and children resolve emotional and social problems. Calgary Counselling Centre is a recognized leader in the treatment of family violence, depression, children’s programs, eating disorders, research, training and education.

Calgary Rural Primary Care Network – Alberta Health Services (CRPCN)
A not-for-profit organization and partnership with Alberta Health Services, promoting primary health care services in rural Alberta by working with partners and community stakeholders. CRPCN works to improve the overall health of the community and quality of service.

Christ the Redeemer Catholic School Division
Serving the learning needs of thousands of students and more than 500 teachers in authentic faith-based learning opportunities and experiences, and in close partnership with the parish and the family. Christ the Redeemer Catholic Schools seek to provide each student with a caring and safe faith based foundation to which they can appreciate the goodness of all creation, meeting the challenges of life with hope and confidence.

Foothills Fetal Alcohol Society (FFAS)
Seeking to enhance the capacity for the prevention of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD), as well as providing care and support to rural communities.  FFAS works to increase resilience while reducing harm through relational support in their family, adult, professional and community response programs.

Foothills Special Needs Association for Parents and Siblings (FSNAPS)
Focusing on building inclusive communities by enhancing the lives of individuals with special needs through knowledge and family support. FSNAPS provides support, education and information to families who are living with, or are connected to someone with special needs in a safe, non-judgemental environment.

Foothills School Division No. 38
Serving the learning needs of more than 7750 students from pre-kindergarten through grade twelve, with the help of over 800 teachers operating in 19 schools, three open campus locations, and three Hutterite Colony schools. Foothills School Division No. 38 and its schools are dedicated to the complete development of children, through academics, athletics, arts, and career and technology instruction. By intellectually engaging learners through healthy relationships, informed by the latest research in education, Foothills ensures the optimal development of all of its students.

Hearts and Minds High River
A collaborative venture between Alberta Health Services, Community Action Team, students, family, and relevant community professionals. Hearts and Minds provides individual and group counselling to parents, students, and families that are experiencing emotional and/or behavioural difficulties either at home or at school. In addition, Hearts and Minds collaborate with school professionals to aid in meeting the needs of each individual student.

High River Family & Community Support Services
A community resource and support hub acting as a navigator and connector for individuals and families in the High River, AB community. FCSS High River offers financial, educational, career and support services, with the goal of promoting and enhancing individual, family, and community well being.

High River Library
The High River Library offers a range of services such as loan services, public computer access, meeting rooms, senior’s outreach, as well as programs and services for the community of High River, AB.

Hull Services
Providing leading edge and effective behavioural and mental health services for children and families in Calgary, AB and surrounding areas. Hull Services is a leader in advocating and engaging others towards realizing a vision of health and well being.

Literacy for Life Foundation
Providing a safe learning environment for families and adults to build skills through fun strategies and activities. Focusing on nine essential skills, Literacy for Life Foundation assists families and adults to develop reading, writing, oral communication, numeracy, document use, computer use, working together, thinking skills, and life long learning skills through free and/or low cost programming.

Rowan House Emergency Shelter
Representing the interests, concerns, and needs of children, youth, and women in the context of domestic abuse in the wider MD of Foothills region. Rowan House provides rural communities with crisis prevention, long-term support, and education for those affected by family violence.

Wild Rose Community Connections
Assisting families in building positive, parent-child relationships and promoting the healthy development of their young children.  Wild Rose Community Connections are leaders in influencing communities and empowering families to raise happy and healthy children from one generation to the next.