Student Resources

A Safe Place

A Safe Place is an emergency shelter for abused women and their children. They offer temporary shelter, counselling, support services and are an advocate for all victims of abuse. They also provide outreach and referral to community resources to anyone who requires their support.  

If you require support please contact 780-464-7233

A Safe Place’s 24 hour Crisis Line 1-877-252-7233

Alberta Health Services

Youth Community Services Addiction and Mental Health.

In Fort Saskatchewan contact Erin Black @ 780-644-1677 cell # 780-915-7939

24 hour Help Line 1-866-332-2322

Alberta Mental Health

Alberta Mental Health provides services to individuals who are experiencing mental health issues of a less severe nature, covering a wide range of emotional and personal difficulties. The clinic provides assessment, referrals, treatment and outreach services. 

Free confidential service in Fort Saskatchewan 780-342-2388;

Crisis Line: 1-888-255-3353; Mental Health 24 hr Help Line: 1-877-303-2642

Boys and Girls Club

Boys and Girls Club provide a safe and supervised environment, many exciting programs and events, opportunities for community involvement, youth and family counselling, support groups and many opportunities for children and youth to learn and develop new skills and interests.

 Contact 780-992-0103 or

Careers Under Construction

Provides free services and programs to youth and adults. They assist youth with resume and cover letter development, career counselling, job search support services, many different workshops and possible exposure course funding.

Visit CUC at #162, 10404-99 Ave; Contact 780-992-0250; or email

Child and Family Services

Plan and deliver a range of services and supports for children, youth and families.

 Contact 780-992-6700 or visit 9821-108 Street.

Crisis Lines

Free, anonymous, confidential and professional crisis counselling.

Please contact the Kids Help Phone 1-800-668-6868 or

Or 24 Hour Mental Health Help Line: 1-877-303-2642


Drug Awareness Committee

This is a community partnership whose mandate is to create public awareness, provide information and address current and emerging drug related issues specific to prevention, education, training and treatment. 

Contact 780-992-0103 or 780-992-6206

Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

FCSS provides a variety of services including information and referral, liaison to community organizations, advice and guidance related to social issues and initiatives. 

Contact 780-992-6267 or visit 10005-100 Avenue (office is located at Community and Protective Services)

Family School Liaison Services

Family School Liaison Workers are available to provide services to children, 3-18 years in Fort Saskatchewan schools and homes. This service provides support for students and families by identifying and addressing issues which impact learning capacity related to family conflict, suicide ideation, self-esteem, grief and loss, anger, depression, and parenting. The Family School Liaison Worker for Fort Saskatchewan Next Step is Eleanor Heesing.

Please Contact her @ 780-619-1042 or email

Family Violence Prevention

Family violence prevention provides education, referrals and support for anyone who is currently experiencing violence or who has in the past

Contact 780-998-5595 ext.222.

Fort Sask. Public Library

Fort Saskatchewan Public Library offers many exciting free programs for children, teens or the whole family. Or if you just wanted to borrow a book or do some research the public library can you help you out!

Contact 780-998-4275 or Visit Them at 10011 102 St, Fort Sask.

Primary Care Network

Primary Care Network is focused on promoting physical and mental health. They will help you achieve a healthy lifestyle- be active, eat right, reduce stress, quit smoking and more. They have mental health therapists that provide short term individual and group therapy treatment for adults, couples, families and children.

Contact 780-997-0046

School Resources Officer

Fort Saskatchewan Next Step High School has a School Resource Officer who comes into the school to visit/build relationships with our students. Cst Schoeppe is available to help educate and inform students about their rights and responsibilities as young adults. Cst Schoeppe is available to mediate problems that students and parents may encounter.

If Please contact the school if you would like to speak to our resource officer.

Victim Services

Victim Services Unit provides support, assistance, and information to individuals or families struggling or attempting to cope with a crime, tragedy or sudden crisis.

Contact 780-992-6126


Alberta Education myPass

A self service website for high school students.  If you have not yet signed up for a myPass account please contact our School Registrar, Janet Clarkson to assist you.  *Please note you will need an active email address to complete this process.

If you would like to create an account on your own, please visit: