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The Children’s Centre

Non Profit Society

The Children’s Centre was established as a Non-Profit Society on March 03, 1992. The Children’s Centre evolved when gaps in existing services for children 0 to 5 years of age and their families, were identified within our community. The Children’s Centre, using a Homestart/Headstart Framework for practice, focuses on strengthening and supporting families in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo to assist the families in becoming independent in order to access services for their children. We provide a continuum of services for children 0 to 5 years of age. Existing services and programs are integrated into this continuum, with an emphasis on prevention, empowerment, advocacy, and community support.

Vision Statement

The Children’s Centre

To continue to provide quality sustainable programs and services under the umbrella of The Children’s Centre. To continue to evaluate, monitor and modify the quality and effectiveness of existing programs.

What We Offer

Our Services
See Our Programs

The Children’s Centre Provide

A Continuum Of Programs And Services

The Children’s Centre is specifically designed to provide a continuum of programs and services for children and families over a 6 year period, from prenatal through to the age of five, with a focus on maximum parent and community involvement. The health and well-being of parents has the potential to influence child functioning. Encouraging parents to participate and become actively involved in their child’s education and development is essential for a healthy family and healthy community. At an early childhood level, Headstart program assists parents to buy into their children’s education so that they will continue their participation thoughout their child’s school years.

The Children’s Centre is made possible through grants from:

Health Canada
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

“The Children Centre acknowledges we are on the unceded territories of Treaty 8 land which is the traditional territory of the Cree, Dene, and Metis people, whose footsteps have marked these lands for centuries.”

Donations and Gifts in kind from businesses and individuals