Youth and Family Programs
Camp Chestermere - Offering the iCampC Program for youth 5-11. Register for this free program now. Takes place Friday afternoons at 3:00pm
Chestermere Public Library - Has resources for people of all ages. Check out their website for program updates and details.
Lake Ridge Community Church Youth Programs - Kids Story Time on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:00am. Youth meet virtually Tuesdays and Fridays at 7:30pm. Click link for more program details.
Parent & Caregiver Support Services - Activities for kids 0-5 years of age. Supports for parents and caregivers.
Synergy Youth Programs - Synergy programming has continued online. Our SHOUT Girls and SHOUT Boys (10-12+ years) programs continue Thursday evenings from 6:00-7:30pm. YELL Youth Council (13-17+ year) meetings are online on Monday evenings from 5:00-6:00pm. Our Langdon programs are continuing online as well. SHOUT Girls on Tuesday evening from 6:00-7:30pm and Friday Fam (13+ years) is online on Fridays 3:00-4:00pm. For registration information or questions, please email Synergy staff at email@example.com.
Synergy Counselling and Health & Wellness Appointment Services - Synergy Staff continue to be available to youth, their families, and community members for connection and support. If you are in need of emotional support, resources, or have any questions we can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-212-0242. Counselling services and Health appointments are available by phone or online as well.
For Counselling questions or appointments contact Angela, Synergy Counsellor, at email@example.com. For Health appointments for physical health concerns and mental health check-ins contact Lynette, Synergy Nurse Practitioner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chestermere Food Bank - You may now self refer directly to the Food Bank for your first hamper. Please complete the form at the link in full. http://chestermerefoodbank.ca/self-referral/
Southeast Rocky View Food Bank
Access to Food - Food Bank information, delivery services, food box subscriptions, etc.
Information regarding financial assistance and subsidies for families, individuals, small businesses and non-profits is constantly changing. For the most up-to-date information visit the Government of Alberta or Canada Revenue Agency websites
Financial Assistance Information - AHS as of March 25, 2020
Financial Information - Primary Care Network
Rocky View Wheatland Employment Services - Offering FREE workshops for anyone looking for support or information.
Seniors' Centre Without Walls - 780-395-2626 - Free phone-based program for 55+, offering recreational activities, health and well-being topics, or friendly conversation for older adults
Calgary Seniors' Resource Society - 403-266-6200 - Volunteer services are still in place for their various programs: Essential Transportation, Pet Assist, Practical Kindness (urgent one-time needs), and Social Phone Support.
Isolation Reduction - There is a lot of great, easy to use technology that can help reduce isolation. Click the link for information.
Help Your Neighbour Cards - The City of Chestemere has created Help Your Neighbour Cards that can be printed off at home. If you are home, are feeling well, show no signs of symptoms, and want to get out to help your neighbour this is a great way to let people know. Click the link to download the card. Just fill out your info and what you are able to help out with and leave it on your neighbour's door.
Chestermere Covid Volunteer Group - The Chestermere Covid Volunteer Group is local Facebook based group of volunteers. You can post requests for help on the public Facebook page or offer help as a volunteer. Click link for details.