Edmonton Neighborhood Watch
The Edmonton Neighborhood Watch Program Society is a not-for-profit, charitable volunteer passive crime prevention organization. Our mission is to improve the quality of life within all Edmonton communities through the fostering of a cooperative crime prevention program at the neighborhood level by working to encourage awareness and participation.
For more information: Edmonton Neighborhood Watch
Strengthening Families Program
This free evidence based 14-week program brings out parents and their teenage children (12-16 yrs) to learn communication, empathy, and problem solving skills that will strengthen their relationships. The program starts with a family meal, some child care and transportation support is available, and we celebrate the family’s hard work at the end with a graduation ceremony.
This is the first time we are partnering with Family Futures and bringing this program to the Southside. Below is a link to the Millhurst locations poster as well as the programs brochure and group outline of what is covered in the program.
Newcomers to Canada
As a newcomer to Canada, we know you have lots of questions. The Edmonton Public Libraries can help with some of the most common information requests that many newcomers have. We have materials, programs and people to help with:
- Finding shelter and housing
- Legal rights
- English language programs
- Education (schools, colleges and universities)
- Social networking opportunities
- Seniors programs
- Government funds
- Healthcare and health insurance
- Citizenship and immigration / sponsorship
Click for more information: https://www.epl.ca/newcomers/