Workshops & Information Sessions
Family and Community Support Services offers a number of workshops and information sessions throughout the year to support Leduc residents in a variety of ways.
Scheduled workshops and information sessions can be viewed in the city's event listings. To register or inquire about upcoming sessions, please call 780-980-7109.
Bringing Baby Home is a program for expecting parents or those starting their parenting journey to help gain the knowledge and skills needed to adjust to the changes to their new family.
Children in Change supports kids ages 6 through 10 who are experiencing significant family changes in their lives, including divorce, separation, death, frequent moves and mental health issues of a parent.
The Divorce and Separation Truce one-day workshop is meant for individuals who are co-parenting with a former partner and would like to learn new skills.
The Harm Reduction Workshop explores the rationale and research behind harm reduction as a method of treating addiction.
Learn all the secrets and tips you'll need to throw an awesome block party in your neighbourhood!
Developed by Leduc County FCSS, Home Alone is a program designed to start the conversation between a parent/guardian and child about the child's emotional and physical readiness to be home alone successfully.
The Fentanyl Information Session equips attendees with resources and information they need to protect themselves and their community from the negative effects of fentanyl. The Naloxone Training Session teaches attendees to identify the signs of an opioid overdose and how to administer Naloxone to temporarily reverse the overdose effects.
Lunchtime presentations and information sharing with representatives from local agencies, organizations and individuals who provide programs or services to Leduc residents.
Parents of teens are invited to come out and meet others dealing with the same challenges and learn about community supports over a free dinner.
Learn how to protect yourself and your family in the event of a disaster.
Learn how you can get involved with the Red Cross to help your community in the event of a local emergency.