UP provides services for children, youth, and adults to either remain in the family home or re-integrate with their families and community.
The Bridges program is offered in partnership with Edmonton Area Child and Family Services (Child Intervention/Child Protection Services). It focuses on the partnership of Unlimited Potential and Child & Family Services working collaboratively with children, youth, and families to ensure safety, wellbeing, and helping build individual support networks in their own communities. The program also helps transition older youth in care to independence. Our areas of service are West Central, St Albert and Spruce Grove and the surrounding areas.
Teri Campbell, Manager at West Central
Anita McIntyre, Manager at St Albert/Spruce Grove
Carol Hrenyk, Program Director
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) is a medical diagnosis that describes a range of lifelong disabilities resulting from prenatal exposure to alcohol. UP has programs for men, women, and children.
For adults, we have two Open Arms programs. One program is for men diagnosed with or suspected of having FASD, and the second program is for mothers living with FASD.
We also have FASD-focused group care available for children.
780-440-0708 ext. 227
Adult services are based in Wetaskiwin, AB, including the Serenity House for adults with mental health diagnoses.
Touchstone Place Clubhouse offers social support programs for adults with mental health needs.
Adults can gain volunteer and employment experience at The Other Side Café or through the Transitional Employment Program.
Serenity House is dedicated to adults with a mental health diagnosis. The house is located in Wetaskiwin, Alberta, where adult community support services are also available.