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Grande Prairie Family Education Society

Welcome to our website! Feel free to check out information on our programs and services.

If you any questions please contact us at our Grande Prairie office:

780-830-0920
9607-102 Street, Grande Prairie AB. h

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Please review the services below and select the appropriate referral form.
If you are unsure, please give our office a call 780-830-0920,

Grande Prairie Family Education Society (GPFES)
Referral Form:

  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder:

    • Family Support​

    • Youth and Adult Support

    • FASD Navigator

    • PCAP Mentor

  • Life Skills & Learning Support Mentor

  • Child and Youth Programs

    • Roots of Empathy​

    • Empathy Project

    • Rainbows

    • Girls Matter

    • Boys Matter Too!!

Grande Prairie & Area Family Resource Network (GPFRN) Referral Form:

  • Centre For Young Parents - In Home Visitation

  • YMCA Family Connect - In Home Visitation

  • Healthy Families - In Home Visitation

  • Parent Education and Caregiver Support

    • Active Parenting​

    • Circle of Security

    • Love and Logic

    • ...and more

  • Navigation and Outreach​

    • Native Counselling Services of Alberta-Wâhkômiwêw program

    • FRN Family Navigator

Our Vision:

All families thrive: Supported~Connected~Resilient

Our Mission:

Collaborating to strengthen families and community

Programs

Our programs are voluntary and there is no fee for service. If you are not sure which  program would be best for you, call us and we can help you decide.

We Believe
that every child deserves the gift of attachment

 

Contact us
 
Grande Prairie: 780-830-0920

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In the early years, strong family relationships and environment are particularly important.

Early life experiences set lifelong patterns related to communication, physical and emotional development as well as learning.

We acknowledge the homeland of the many diverse First Nations and Métis

people whose ancestors have walked this land since time immemorial.

We are grateful to work, live and learn on the traditional territory of Treaty 8.

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