Family & Community Support Services

In following the Province Relaunch strategy, the FCSS office
has been reopened to the public on May 25, 2020.

FCSS programs are cancelled until further notice.

We ask that you only visit us if absolutely necessary and avoid coming in if you are feeling ill.

Please visit the COVID-19 webpage for more information.

Staff are still available to respond to public questions and concerns.
Contact FCSS 403.600.9066 or email

Lunch Box Program during COVID-19

Blackfalds Family and Community Support Services (FCSS), Blackfalds Food Bank and After the Grind have partnered together to bring Blackfalds families healthy lunches.

Every Tuesday and Thursday at noon, staff and volunteers will safely provide residents with their boxes, while maintaining social distancing. On Tuesday’s residents will also be able to receive breakfast supplies to support nutritious breakfasts through out the week. Those who have registered will receive a weekly email and will be able to pre-order if they need to access the program. There is no eligibility to access this program, outside of being a resident of Blackfalds.

Blackfalds FCSS would like to thank Telus, Vesta, Go Services, DOW, ME Global, Gurleen’s Enterprises Ltd, Optimist Club of Blackfalds, Central Alberta United Way, Wolf Creek School Division and various other organizations, businesses and generous community members for their financial support during this time. Blackfalds Food Bank Society was also successful in receiving the social services support for COVID-19 funding with the Alberta Government to support this initiative.

If you are interested in donating to the program or registering for the program, please contact or call 403.600.9066

“Investing in people, our most valuable resource.”

Who is Blackfalds FCSS?

Blackfalds FCSS offers Community Programs and Courses, Community Group Support, Food Bank Information, Employment Support, Interagency Meetings, Subsidized Programs and Information & Referral Services.

FCSS provides preventative social programming and activities that use proactive, strength-based, and international strategies to help  individuals, families and communities develop skills required to form a strong sense of self, resulting in the ability to build healthy relationships with others.

The Blackfalds Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) priorities are determined through a Social Needs Assessment, which includes substantial input from the members of our community. The present Social Needs Assessment and Master Plan was recently completed in late 2016.

See a full listing of all current FCSS Services.

Blackfalds Food Bank

Food supply has been identified as a key issue for Albertans at this time. Our Blackfalds Food Bank does not have a financial eligibility threshold. If you or someone you know could benefit from the great local partnerships that the Food Bank Society has created please contact the FCSS office.