Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) provides preventative programs and services that enhance the social well-being of families and individuals. FCSS is a cost shared program between the County of Wetaskiwin No. 10 and the Province of Alberta.
The programs and services provided through FCSS are intended to promote and enhance safe and healthy family and community life.
FCSS has teamed with the Canadian Volunteer Income Tax Program and is offering free income tax preparations for qualifying individuals. We are able to assist individuals and families with modest income, students and seniors under predetermined income thresholds.
Our volunteers are unable to process returns for the following:
self-employment income or employment expenses
business or rental income and expenses
interest income over $1,000
capital gains or losses
foreign property (T1135)
bankrupt individuals in the year of bankruptcy (or the year prior, if that return has not been filed)
"The Staying Alive Opioid Harm Reduction campaign provides tools to better assist individuals in minimizing their risk of opioid poisoning. The information provided within the Staying Alive: Opioid Harm Reduction booklet provides information and tools for a harm reduction strategy. Hard copies of this document have been distributed provincially to various agencies, correctional centres, and non-profit organizations.
The materials below have been created and distributed to correctional centres across Alberta, with help and input from people who have experienced incarceration and/or substance use. We hope that these materials can help to keep all members of our communities more healthy and safe."
Referral & Information Services
Provides quick access to telephone numbers or information about services that are available in the County for seniors, families and other individuals in need.