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Agencies

Please see the information and links below for the non-profit organizations and social-purpose businesses that call The Community Village "home".


ARCH Psychological Services

With locations in several Alberta communities, ARCH Psychological Services is pleased to now have an office in Grande Prairie, located in Building C of The Community Village.
 

Centerpoint Facilitation

Centerpoint Facilitation Inc. has been coordinating between clients and social organizations in northern Alberta for over 20 years. The facilitation team uses the tools of person centered planning to work with individuals. Person centered planning is a process-oriented approach used in empowering people. It focuses on the people and their needs by putting them in charge of defining the direction for their lives, not on the systems that may or may not be available to serve them. For the past 20 years, Centerpoint has worked primarily with people with disabilities. Facilitators also work with individuals who at-risk of homelessness or inadequately housed. For more information contact Tammy Ouellette @ touellette@mycenterpoint.ca or 780-296-0223.


Grande Bingo Society

Grande Bingo Society helps support many non-profit groups in Grande prairie in their effort to raise much needed funds. Grande Bingo is always looking for non-profit groups and can be reached at:

Email: grandbingogp@gmail.com

Phone: (780) 539-9926

Facebook: GBS HALL operated by Grande Bingo Society

The Bingo runs Wednesday thru Sunday

Doors open at 5 PM Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Doors open at noon on Sunday for the afternoon bingo.

Great prizes and concession, Senior discount.

The Grande Bingo Hall is located at 10112-102 Avenue (the old catholic church)

 

Grande Prairie Family Education Society
Healthy Families Program

The Healthy Families Program provides home visits once per week to new parents offering support and guidance. The Healthy Family staff provide information on health child development, problem solving skills, and positive parent-child relationships; they also connect and refer families to other community resources. For more information call Brandy Pilon, Program Manager, (780) 830-0920 or consult our Facebook page at

https://www.facebook.com/Grande-Prairie-Family-Education-Society-558924694460981/.


Grande Prairie Legal Guidance

Grande Prairie Legal Guidance (GPLG) offers free legal guidance to low income individuals who have a legal problem and do not qualify for Legal Aid. GPLG uses income guidelines to determine whether individuals are able to qualify for assistance. Volunteer lawyers from the community donate their professional time to meet with clients and provide legal guidance and information. Legal services are offered "pro bono" which means there is no expectation of a fee. Services are intended to complement, not replace, a properly funded legal aid system. Pro Bono Legal Clinics are offered twice per month. For more information or contact Tanya, Program Coordinator @ gplg@thecommunityvillage.ca or 780-882-0036.

 

Grande Prairie Volunteer Services Bureau

GPVSB provides advisory and support services to volunteer-based organizations, and collaborates on matters of common concern to the non-profit sector. For more information contact Carol-Anne Pasemko, 780-538-2727 or director@volunteergrandeprairie.com

 

McMan Youth, Family and Community Services

McMan Youth, Family and Community Services supports and encourages individuals and families to achieve their full potential as members of their community and  offers a wide range of programs and services throughout the province. In Grande Prairie services are available for people with disabilities requiring additional community supports. For more information contact (780)539-4987 or heather.jones@mcman.ca.

 

Northern Lights Youth Justice Committee

This volunteer-based program provides an alternative to the formal court process for youth between the ages of 12 and 17 who come into contact with the criminal justice system. For more information contact Pat Cooke, 780-539-0626 / 780-814-3136, palcwkc@gmail.com.