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Aboriginal Healthy Families Program, Hinton Friendship Centre
Jodie Thompson-Roan, Family Home Visitor
2nd Floor, 965 Switzer Drive
Hinton, Ab TV7 1X6
Phone: 780-865-5189
Fax: 780-865-1756

Link: www.hintonfriendshipcentre.ca
The Aboriginal Healthy Families Program is a long-term program for parents with new babies who want extra support and information on parenting and child development.
Addiction Services
Office
102 - 131 Civic Centre Road, Hinton, AB T7V 2E8
Hinton, Ab T7V 2E8
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Phone: 780-865-8263
Fax: 780-865-8314
Link: ahs.ca
Provides assessment, treatment, education, and prevention programs for those coping with drug and alcohol abuse and gambling problems as well as for those who have been affected by a loved one's use of drugs, alcohol and/or gambling.
Adopt-a-Highway Program
Moh Ashraf
Phone: 1-780-415-1030

The Caring for Alberta Highways (Adopt-a-Highway) program allows a group, company or individual to adopt a 3 to 5 kilometer section of highway by agreeing to pick up the litter a minimum of once per year. Participants provide the service on a voluntary basis (no payments will be made by Alberta Transportation). The adoption agreement will be for a minimum of 3 years with a renewal option.
Adult Day Program
Office
122 Market Street
Hinton, Ab T7V 2A2
Phone: 780-865-1194
Fax: 780-865-7111

Provides socialization and recreation, supportive health maintenance and promotion, nutritional support, and respite to the elderly and other adults who experience difficulties in daily functioning due to frailty, disease, or illness.
Al-Anon Group
Ginnie
Visitor Information Centre, 309 Gregg Avenue,
Hinton, Ab T7V 2A7
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Phone: 1-888-425-2666
Link: www.al-anon.org
Al-Anon is a self-supporting fellowship to support others who have problems with alcoholism as an illness; personally or their family.
Alberta Forestry Museum (Hinton Training Centre)
General Office
1176 Switzer Drive
Hinton, Ab T7V 1V3

A self-contained education and training facility for renewable resources to support the Department of agriculture and Forestry. Disaster Reception Centre for Hinton and surrounding area.
Alberta Health Services, Mental Health Services, Mental Health Clinic
Lois Ryan-Ottley
1280A Switzer Drive
Hinton, Ab T7V 1T5
Phone: 780-706-4294
Fax: 780-865-8327
Provide services to help individuals of all ages address emotional and psychological problems. Provides assessment and treatment for persons with different problems in thought, emotion and behavior; also provides public education programs to create awareness of positive mental health
Alberta Labour
Louise Gale, Workforce Consultant
268 Carmichael Lane
Hinton, Ab T7V !S8
Phone: 780-817-3784
Fax: 780-865-8269

Link: www.work.alberta.ca
Work with businesses to provide labour attraction and retention support, as well as business growth strategies.
Alberta Parks
General Inquiries
Government Centre, 3rd Floor, 131 Civic Centre Road
Hinton, Ab T7V 2E6
Phone: 780-865-8395

Email: ; Link: www.albertaparks.ca
Management of Provincial Parks in the Northern Rockies encompassing William A. Switzer, Pierre Grey?s Lakes, Willmore Wilderness, Whitehorse Wildland, Rock Lake and 22 other parks in the area that offer a range of recreation opportunities
Alberta Supports ? Community & Social Services
Wendy Tobias, Area Manager
568 Carmichael Lane
Hinton, Ab T7V 1S8
Phone: 780-865-8273
Fax: 780-865-8269

Link: myalbertasupports.ca
Career and employment services including: job postings, career advice and planning, labour market information, assistance with cover letter and resume, access to computers with internet, fax and photocopier. Help connecting to benefits and services for seniors, work or training, income support, disabilities, bullying, family violence, homelessness and more
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