Community Resources


BGC provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life. BGC strives to offer children and youth from all economic, cultural and social backgrounds access to resources, supports and opportunities that will enable them to overcome barriers and achieve their positive potential.

The Bridge Wellness Hub for Youth

The Bridge Wellness Hub for Youth provides youth aged 11 to 24 with various health and wellness services including counselling, support groups and programs. 

Families First

Families First offers programs for caregivers and their young children to play and learn together, support for community members trying to figure out tricky systems, group support and education for adults and caregivers, in-home support for caregivers needing extra parenting guidance, community kitchens, some basic needs support like formula, diapers and wipes, and warm and compassionate listeners.

Family and Community Support Services

The FCSS philosophy is based on a belief that self-help contributes to a sense of integrity, self-worth and independence. Programs developed are intended to help individuals in their community to adopt healthy lifestyles, thereby improving the quality of life and building the capacity to prevent and/or deal with crisis situations should they arise.

FCSS offers counselling, the Youth Outreach Program, altView Outreach, Connect Parent Group, Dragonfly Support Group, Rainbow Alliance, and The Bridge, among many other services and programs. 

Fort Saskatchewan Public Library

The Fort Saskatchewan Public Library provides and promotes resources, services and programs to meet community needs for leisure, study and information in an environment that is welcoming and supportive.


SAFFRON Centre is a non-profit organization working to support the healing and empowerment of those who have been affected by sexual violence. SAFFRON's Seeds of Healing program provides counselling services (up to 20 sessions) to survivors of sexual violence.