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FCSS Programs and Resources

Whether you are looking for information or support, FCSS helps connect you to the resources available through FCSS and other community and Government programs.

The Town of High River’s FCSS helps connect people with resources to help with food and essentials, senior supports, health and mental wellness, financial assistance, housing and more. We are here to help.

High River and United Way Partnership Grants.

Increasing awareness and raising the funds our community needs to provide projects and support to those in need.

  • The United Way/High River Partnership supports the healthy community concept of promoting well-being through community partnerships, initiatives and action.
  • The United Way/High River Partnership is one of five partnerships between United Way of Calgary and Area and the municipalities of Chestermere, Cochrane, High River, Okotoks, and Strathmore.
  • The High River Partnership Committee is made up of a minimum of eight local volunteers representing social service providers, community stakeholders and businesses (including the Town appointee). The committee is accountable to the Town of High River and responsible for monitoring community needs, investing in essential local social programs and initiatives, and running a local United Way campaign.

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FCSS Resource Centre, 251 9 Ave SW, High River, Alberta, T1V 1A4

Hours
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Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm

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fcss@highriver.ca

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403-652-8620

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