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2008

Annual Report

Our mission is to foster


Healthy Individuals; Healthy Homes,
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Healthy Neighborhoods & Communities
How We Serve
April 1, 2007 – March 31, 2008

Healthy Individuals and Families:

The Family Centre draws on a variety of clinical and therapeutic


interactions to support and strengthen individuals and families at
all stages of life as they resolve personal and relational issues.

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• 2,349 individuals received community based family and youth
services
• 1,336 family members were assisted by home support
• 8,100 individuals participated in educational opportunities
• 4,320 families connected to services through the assistance
of an interpreter

Healthy Homes, Schools and Workplaces:

During 2007-08 The Family Centre helped individuals learn to navigate


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in their personal abilities.
• 1,650 children and their families received support and
counselling in the school setting
• 37 children and youth were assisted to develop a safe and
caring home
• Hundreds of individuals received critical incident stress
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Healthy Neighborhoods and Communities:

On a broader scale The Family Centre collaborates with government,


social serving agencies, and organizations. Whether the role is one of
partner, catalyst, or consultant, The Family Centre is committed to
helping the community establish solid and safe environments.
Staff and Volunteers

The Family Centre depends upon over 350 dedicated employees and
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challenged to help families discover their own strengths and options in
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careful persistence, uplifting energy and a clear understanding of what
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Our support and administrative staff also advance The Family Centre
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our direct services.

Volunteers and students completing professional practicums


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to supplement the service offered to clients.

We Are Accountable

A volunteer Board of Directors governs The Family Centre with no


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services are relevant to the community and are provided effectively,
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We undergo rigorous examination by independent reviewers to ensure


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Program is accredited through The Council on Accreditation (COA)
while all other programs and services are currently in progress and
awaiting accreditation through COA.
Board of Directors

Chair )D\H3DUNHU
Vice Chair Brian Fedor
Treasurer Tom Richards
Past Chair Hazel Stubbs
Patricia Craig
Tom Farrell
Gwen Harris
Tony McClellan
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Financial Report – 2007 - 2008

Income

United Way $780,782

Provincial Contracts $2,916,529

&LW\RI(GPRQWRQ)&66 $629,406

3URMHFWVDQG&RQWUDFWV $3,351,816

Grants $536,028

Interest and Miscellaneous $134,915

Total $8,349,476

Expenses

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Occupancy $601,355
3URJUDP([SHQVHV $941,048

Total $8,104,353

This information is courtesy of:


The Family Centre of Northern Alberta (Assoc.)
Board of Directors

Chair )D\H3DUNHU
Vice Chair Brian Fedor
Treasurer Tom Richards
Past Chair Hazel Stubbs
Patricia Craig
Tom Farrell
Gwen Harris
Tony McClellan
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Financial Report – 2007 - 2008

Income

United Way $780,782

Provincial Contracts $2,916,529

&LW\RI(GPRQWRQ)&66 $629,406

3URMHFWVDQG&RQWUDFWV $3,351,816

Grants $536,028

Interest and Miscellaneous $134,915

Total $8,349,476

Expenses

6DODULHV %HQH¿WV $6,561,950


Occupancy $601,355
3URJUDP([SHQVHV $941,048

Total $8,104,353

This information is courtesy of:


The Family Centre of Northern Alberta (Assoc.)