We’re very pleased to forward the 2011 Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Storybook showing the diversity of FCSS.
The work we do in FCSS is built on relationships – whether it’s working collaboratively within our municipalities and regions, building that one on one relationship that may bring joy to a shut-in senior, helping guide a wayward youth, or supporting communities to address community-wide needs, strong relationships sustain people and communities.
And the work we do in FCSS is built on diversity. Communities are unique and dynamic – FCSS responds to that uniqueness within a multitude of opportunities offered through our provincial FCSS Program mandate. Volunteerism is tied in with mentorship; collaboration with advocacy; assessing needs with positive individual, family and community development.