We have recently expanded and diversified our services to include children, youth, families, and adults. We have grown from one treatment centre where we served 14 children and youth, to multiple residences and schools in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. To communicate these increased services, we decided to change our name to UP.
We were originally incorporated in 1987 under the name “Bosco Homes: A Society for Children and Families,”and in 2015, we became Unlimited Potential Community Services (UP) in recognition of our expanded services.
The name Unlimited Potential conveys our mission of helping people, whether they are coping with mental health illnesses, histories of abuse, overcoming addictions, developing life skills, or furthering their education or employment.
We foster the potential in each one of our clients so that the only way to go is UP!
UP believes cultural tradition is an important part of mental wellness, so we incorporate the culture and traditions of our clients wherever possible. UP also has an Indigenous Resources Department that provides cultural awareness and services to UP’s clients and staff in all programs and departments.