to Barons-Eureka-Warner Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) where our mission is empowering people and promoting well-being in a changing world.

Please see the activity calendar for your area.


Clothing Fest - Nobleford
The clothing/toy text is a recycling program, which benefits many families in our community. Please drop by to pick out clothes and toys and NO CHARGE.

Saturday, October 15, 2016
10:00 am to noon
Nobleford Community Complex

Donations can be dropped off during Stay and Play hours, Monday and Thursday 9:30-11:30 am. For more information or special arrangements please contact Brenda Rathwell at 403-320-1931.

IT'S A DATE! - Coaldale
Make a date to come and join us for dinner, laughter, entertainment and gifts.

Friday, October 21, 2016
6:00 to 7:30 pm
The Hub, 2107-13th Street

Fee: $10.00 per couple
Limited childcare available.

For more information or to REGISTER please contact Cynthia Chisholm at 403-405-4466 ext 27.



Grief Group for Loss Related to Death - This is a grief group for individuals who have experienced loss through death of a loved one. The group will discuss the feelings, experiences, difficulties and surprises from the experience of loss and grief. Anyone from the County of Lethbridge, Coaldale, M.D. of Taber, and County of Warner is invited.

Location: The Hub, 2107 - 13th Street, Coaldale
Date: Starts October 25, 2016 for 6 Tuesdays
Time: 6:30 - 8:30 pm

For more information or to register contact Tanie Reid-Walker voicemail: 403-405-4466, text: 403-360-2111, email:

Support Group For Adults and Seniors Living With and Managing Chronic Illness - Helping adults and seniors with information regarding living with and managing chronic illness. Mentoring is a key component of the support group as they problem solve together by sharing their experience and coping skills. For more information contact Kori Kuryvial at 403-223-7230 or

Divorce Support Group - This groups is for individuals who are facing the challenges of separation or divorce and will feature discussion covering topics such as grief, loneliness, coping, health and well-being, self-esteem, parenting, dating, moving on and redifining your life. Join together to support individiuals who are facing a similar experience. For more information contact Lisa Vanden Dungen at 403-405-4466 or


COMPASS for the Caregiver Workshop - Do you provide care for a family member of friend who is living with challenges due to disability, illness or old age? YOU are a Caregiver. Our workshop provides a safe and understanding environment to help you reduce stress, decrease guilt, learn how to get support services and work with the system, and begin to care for yourself. For more information or to REGISTER contact Kori Kuryvial at 403-223-7230 or