Family and Community Support Services: Fort Saskatchewan FCSS offers both in-person and virtual programs to support social connections, resiliency, and overall well-being.
Families Frist Society: We help families through early childhood development, parenting programs, and family support.
Caring For Kids: Mental Health: Parent resource on how to support children at home.
Student Mental Health Toolkit: Parent Resources: Several resources to help parents and guardians support their child's mental health.
CASA: Resources for Parents: A website that provides links to resources and information about ways to support children and valuable information about mental health services offered in the area.
Family Resource Networks: Provincial Family Resource Networks (FRNs) provide supports and services to help Alberta families become resilient, strong and healthy. Networks deliver prevention and early intervention services and supports for children and youth aged 0 to 18, as well as supports for parents and caregivers.
Battling test anxiety: Did you know that having some anxiety before a test is a good thing? Some anxiety can help you to focus your efforts on preparing for the test and taking it seriously. Having too much test anxiety without helpful coping skills though can interfere with academic success. If your child is struggling with test anxiety, click on the link for more information on how to deal with test anxiety.