Viking/Beaver FCSS services residents living in the Town of Viking, Village of Holden, and east half of Beaver County, including the hamlets of Bruce and Kinsella. These municipalities partner with the Province of Alberta to deliver locally driven preventive social initiatives that enhance the well-being of individuals, families and communities. Municipalities, through board members appointed on their behalf, determine where the need for programming and services lies. Programs and services can be targeted to individuals of any age, to families, or to entire communities. We also provide information and referral services and support to volunteer work in the community. Please contact us!
Updates will be made as they occur. Please check back to this page for the most accurate information. Viking/Beaver FCSS Update
Unsure if you are eligible to receive social services funding? Read the guidelines attached below: Guidelines Social Services Funding Funding Request Form
The “FCSS Story” This year Family and Community Support Services celebrates its 50 Year Anniversary. We have some great stories to share with you from across our province. Check out our “FCSS Story” by clicking on the link below and let us tell you a little bit about us!
If you are in need of a food bank and live in the Kinsella, Viking, Bruce, Holden or East Beaver County areas please contact our office at 780-336-4024 by Tuesday’s at 4:00pm to receive a hamper on the following Wednesday. Hampers can be picked up at the Viking United Church between 11:00am and 12:00pm.
Check out this great tool that resulted from the Beaver County Youth Engagement Project. This portal houses tons of resources to assist community organizations, businesses and otherwise with efforts to attract and retain youth in our County. Beaver County Youth Portal