The Family Centre proactively collaborates with other organizations to address complex issues. Partnerships are necessary to create innovative services on behalf of our community’s most vulnerable families.

Major Funders & Partners

United Way of the Capital Region

Alberta Human Services

City of Edmonton

Alberta Justice

Boys and Girls Club Big Brothers Big Sisters of Edmonton and Area

Major Partnership Programs

All in for youth 

All In For Youth is a community collaboration between United Way, Edmonton Community Foundation, City of Edmonton FCSS, The Family Centre, Big Brothers Big Sisters Society of Edmonton and Area, E4C, Edmonton Public and Catholic Schools, and the City Centre Education Partnership. All In For Youth offers a combination of services aimed at increasing child literacy, technical aptitude, and social skills, in order to reduce any barriers to learning. The Initiative is currently exploring ways in which it can engage local neighbourhoods and businesses in its work to enhance life for children and families.

Neighbourhood Empowerment Team (N.E.T)

N.E.T. is a strategic partnership between the City of Edmonton Community Services, Edmonton Police Service, The Family Centre, and United Way of the Alberta Capital Region. Strong communities and shared responsibility for crime prevention are at the foundation of the Neighbourhood Empowerment Team (N.E.T.) program. Teams work with residents, business, and organizations, building sustainable solutions to crime and disorder. N.E.T. promotes and supports participation in crime prevention activities, building on strengths of the communities we serve.

A typical N.E.T. team is made up of a City of Edmonton Community Capacity Builder, an Edmonton Police Service Constable and a Youth Liaison from The Family Centre, offering a diverse mix of community, policing and youth services.

Major Affiliations

Family Service Canada

Alberta Association of Services for Children and Families