Community Support Services
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Central Alberta Women's Emergency Shelter
The Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter offers safe refuge, personal counselling, and community support for families experiencing family violence. Every year, we meet nearly 3,000 people who have made the brave step towards a life free from violence. There are thousands more in our community who still need help.
Three Hills & District Food Bank
1041-2 Street North
KidSport provides support to children in order to remove financial barriers that prevent them from playing organized sport.
Kneehill Regional Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)
The Kneehill Regional FCSS mission is to care for and strengthen the quality of life for all residents of participating municipalities through volunteerism, support and providing preventive social initiatives and programs.
Seniors Outreach is a community-based, non-profit volunteer organization, has been proudly serving seniors in Kneehill County since 1995. With representation in Acme, Carbon, Linden, Three Hills (main office), Torrington, and Trochu, Seniors Outreach is supported by Kneehill Regional FCSS, the Town of Three Hills, grant funding, community businesses, service groups, and many volunteers.
They are committed to a vision of a future where the community is free of violence and citizens are empowered to resolve conflict in peaceful and productive ways.
Three Hills Victim Services
When tragedy strikes,
lives feel shattered, uncertainty overflows, and victims may feel lost and alone. At times like these, those who have been impacted, need a place to turn for support, information, and referrals.
Three Hills Victim Services volunteers have extensive training and work under the direction of the Three Hills RCMP to provide support, information and referrals to those dealing with the impact of crime or tragedy. Our calls can range anywhere from family violence, car accidents, sudden death and suicides, to property crime and court support.