HOW CAN SPEC

HELP ME & MY FAMILY?

. . . SUPPORT THROUGH PHONE, EMAIL or SOCIAL MEDIA 
As our respect for Covid-19 and its physical distancing requirements continue, most of our staff and management will be working remotely. Our SPEC offices will be closed to the public but we are committed to supporting our clients and community. Please call us – phone, email our general emails or reach out on social media. Staff will be available regular business during office hours of 9:00 – 5:00 pm Mon – Fri.
For those wanting to make use of our volunteer Income tax program, we can put your name on a phone list for when our volunteers are able to be with us once more. (Income Tax deadline has been changed to June 1, 2020.) Thank you for your understanding at this time.
Stay safe,
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SPEC HISTORY


Established in 1978, the SPEC Association for Children & Families, began as a fee-for-service program with Alberta Social Services and Community Health. Since SPEC’s incorporation in 1979, the programs have continued to grow and offer services for children and families under the guidance and leadership of dedicated board members, staff, and volunteers.

SPEC is focused on the positive development of kids by providing a continuum of services from early intervention (prevention) to high intervention during crisis. By providing family support services, SPEC continues to focus on a variety of preventive and educational programs that promotes a caring and committed community where kids are resilient and valued.

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VISION

A strong and resilient community

 

MISSION

Engaging families and community in the well being of children and youth


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LANGUAGES SPOKEN
1562
VOLUNTEER HOURS
5335
CHILDREN & FAMILIES SERVED
2851
NEWCOMER SERVICES PROVIDED


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TESTIMONIALS


  • The Parent Link Centre has changed my life! Before I started coming to the programs, I was so isolated and my daughter was very shy. Especially as an immigrant and learning a new language, it’s hard to make friends. Now my daughter has good social skills and lots of friends. I get to connect with other moms. We’re much happier now.

    A Happy Mother
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  • If it wasn’t for my family support worker and all the help they have given me I don’t know where my family and I would be

    First Steps Mother
    Family Support
  • My First Step Advocate keeps me in line, I am so grateful to have her

    First Steps Mother
    Family Support