Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) provides assistance to residents of the City of Leduc, Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact FCSS at 780-980-7109.
If you need assistance outside of regular office hours, 211 is a single access point to health, human services, community resources, and government assistance programs. The program comes from the partnership between Canadian Mental Health Association - Edmonton Region, United Way, and FCSS and provides a direct link between essential community services and the people who need them.
Why Call 211? Sometimes, it's hard to know where to start looking for the help you need, or even what resources are available. Talking to a trained specialist makes it easier to find information, discover options, and deal with the challenges life hands you, such as:
- Basic needs (food, clothing, shelter or financial assistance)
- Emergency and crisis lines (violence, sexuality, substance abuse, etc.)
- Emotional and mental health information
- Employment and job skills
- Health care
- Parenting and childcare (education, playschools, counselling)
- Recreation and social programs
- Seniors’ services
- Social programs
- Counselling/support groups
- Legal services
Whether you’re a senior seeking home care, a victim of violence needing help, a recent immigrant seeking language training, or a single parent facing eviction, 211 can help by pointing you in the right direction. The program is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information call 780-980-7109.