Services & Programs

 

MEALS ON WHEELS:

Meals On Wheels maintains and improves the nutritional health of those who are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves. These may be seniors, new moms, disabled people, convalescents, etc. This service can be accessed by phone or walk-in. The cost for each meal is $5.00. Meals are delivered Monday – Friday during the lunch hour.

To apply for this service, please print and complete this form

 VOLUNTEER INCOME TAX:

The focus of the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program is to assist low income individuals, families and seniors with completing basic tax returns. Our volunteers are trained by Canada Customs and Revenue Agency to prepare these basic tax returns. There is no charge for this service. This service is offered from the beginning of March to May 15th only. 

MEETING ROOM:

The meeting room seats approximately 20 people around tables or 50 theatre style. Includes white board TV/DVD and overhead projector. Room is free of charge for not for profit groups with a nominal charge for other groups.

FRIENDLY WELCOME PROGRAM:

We help newcomers feel welcome and at home in St. Paul. Newcomer can stop by our office for a package of promotional items from local businesses and community organizations to help newcomers get started.

INFORMATION & REFERRAL SERVICES:

We provide information on services in the St. Paul area. Stop by or call our office for more information on the services that are available to the residents of St. Paul!

CAMP SUNSHINE:

Camp Sunshine is a bereavement Day Camp for children who have experienced the death of a significant person in their lives. It is a fun and safe place for children from ages 7 to 12 to explore their grief and get tools to help them cope in their daily lives.

Please print the following forms and return them to the Town of St Paul FCSS office, if you are interested in registering a child for Camp Sunshine:

COMMUNITY COUNSELLING SERVICES (CCS): 

Community Counselling Services provides counseling, education and information to strengthen the emotional wellness of individuals, families and the community. It is a joint program of the Town of St. Paul FCSS and The County of St. Paul FCSS.

Professional Counseling sessions are subsidized for Town residents by the Town FCSS and by the County FCSS for County residents. Rates are based on family size and net income to provide affordable services.

To access this service, call our office at (780)-645-5311.

SENIORS ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

We assist seniors with the completion of applications and sending information to the Alberta Seniors Financial Assistance Program which include:
  • Alberta Seniors Benefit
  • Special Needs Assistance for Seniors
  • Dental & Optical Assistance for Seniors Property
  • Tax Assistance for Seniors
  • Seniors Home Adaptation Repair Program (SHARP)

SNOW ANGELS

Snow Angels is a campaign that encourages citizens to be good neighbours by volunteering to clear snow off the sidewalks for those who fall within a specific criteria!

If you want to be a Snow Angel, simply shovel for a person in need in your neighborhood. This may be a senior, a person with mobility issues, or a person who is convalescing. Snow Angels are invited to call the Town of St. Paul Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) Office to have their name added to the Snow Angel list. In the event that someone is looking for a snow angel, we will give you a call to see if you can provide the service.

If you need a Snow Angel, or want to be a Snow Angel please contact the Town FCSS office 780-645-5311. 

This is a volunteer program and there is no fee for the service!

Click here for current Snow Angels map.

NEIGHBOURHOOD BLOCK PARTY:

The Town of St Paul FCSS is working to build communities one block at a time. Through the Neighbourhood Block Party Program, individuals, on behalf of their neighbourhood can apply for funding of up to $150.00 per year to conduct activities designated in their neighbourhood.

In more recent years there has been a trend that relationships in many neighbourhoods are becoming less personal than they were years before. This could be from families becoming more transient, children becoming more involved in activities away from the home, and an increase in both parents working. A Neighbourhood Block Party is a great way to improve connections or reconnect with our neighbours. Block Parties area great way for neighbours to share an evening of fun, food and entertainment. Remember that as friendships grow, so do safe and caring neighbourhoods.

  • Print and complete the Block Party Form.
  • Print and complete the Block Party Reimbursement Form.
  • Download a copy of our Block Party Poster to notify your neighbours, friends and family of the event! 
  • Once your Block Party has been approved by our office be sure to stop by and pick up Block Party Door-Hangers to notify neighbours of your event as well!