Community Health Promotion Facilitator
AHS - Alberta Cancer Prevention Legacy Fund
Population, Public and Indigenous Health
P: 1.780.501.0759 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yellowhead Emergency Shelter for Women Society Box 6401 Hinton AB T7V 1X7
Hinton Adult Learning Society
Hinton Employment & Learning Place
110E Brewster Drive
Hinton, Alberta T7V1B4
Please find the Adult Day Program Recreation Therapy calendar attached for February 2019.
Should you have any questions, concerns or referrals to the program please do not hesitate to contact me.
Hinton Parent Link Coordinator
Town of Hinton | Gateway to the Rockies
p: 780.865.6069 | f: 780.865.6065
805 Switzer Drive
Hinton, AB T7V 1V1
Coats for Kids is seeking a new operating organization. I have secured space, which has been an ongoing issue and now we are seeking the right organization, with active volunteers, to take over.
Coats for Kids operates quite simply from Sept- Dec. A coat d...
Please see the attached poster for the Better Choices Better Health ® program that will be running in Hinton in March. Please use the poster for distribution, display and referral.
Shawn Belisle, CD
Secretary Chronic Disease Manageme...
We are reaching out and encouraging organizations in your community to apply for sponsorship at https://www.aquatera.ca/community/events-and-sponsorships as we provide essential water treatment services in the Town of Hinton.
Hinton Adult Learning Society
Mandy CrespeigneEmployment Advisor/ Family Literacy CoordinatorHinton Adult Learning Society780-865-1686Email: email@example.com www.hintonlearning.ca
As I will be away on medical leave until the middle of March, I would advise anyone requiring assistance with Addiction Services to contact Sarah Heath at 780-865-8263 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Sarah is the outpatient counsellor in Hinton. They are currently...
Dana McLeanSafe Visitation / Family Preservation WorkerMcMan Youth Family and Community Services780-778-3290 (office)
AHS and Alberta Healthy Communities "Healthier Together" have tried to compile all "Let's Talk Cannabis" in one place and allow you to dig deeper to learn more about Cannabis and how it effects your community. If you have any questions...
I wanted to reach out to you to introduce myself. I am Debra Kasowski, the Clinical Manager of the Dementia Advice Line, with Alberta Health Services. The Dementia Advice Line launched in September 2015 and is a clinical advice line within Healt...
Please be advised that there will be increased activity in the Maxwell Lake area of the Beaver Boardwalk as crews begin installation of the Beaver Boardwalk bridge (located south of Maxwell Lake...
The Town of Hinton Communications Department is pleased to announce that the award winning Town of Hinton website has recently been updated to once again offer online applications andpayment for licenses through our Form Cent...
In 1987, the province was swept with Olympic fever. Calgary was to host the Winter Olympics, and all Albertans were being encouraged by the Alberta Sport Council to find new ways to engage with Olympic sports. Th...
HEAT TAPE NOTICE
For residents living in a mobile home, please check to see if your heat tape is working properly. The water line service (copper line) is exposed to the elements and your line will freeze if your heat tape is not functioning prop...
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