Millet: Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

The intention of the Town of Millet’s Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) Program is to deliver programs preventative in nature to promote and enhance well-being among individuals, families and communities.

Please contact Teri Pelletier at 780-387-4554 for more information on any of the FCSS programs offered.

Homemaker Service

The main service we offer is a home maker service. The homemaker will do general household cleaning duties, which not only assists in preventing those in need from harming themselves, but also helps seniors maintain their independence in their own homes longer. Clients we serve are generally seniors, or those in need for a temporary period (for example: someone returning from the hospital, or someone grieving with family to look after).

For information on the Homemaker program, please call Lisa Schoening at 780-387-4554.

Community Programs

The Town of Millet also uses its FCSS grant funds to provide Community Development programs, such as the Family Day Winter Festival.

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Grant Funding

Since our staffing is limited, to expand on our program, we also give grants to organizations which qualify for FCSS funding, that we feel would be of benefit to our community. Grants that we have recently given out include: Millet School "Special Kids in School books, Senior's Wellness Conference, Wetaskiwin & District Victim Services, D.A.R.E., Wetaskiwin Early Education Parent Room, as well as coordination of events with Wetaskiwin (donation of $ for creation of an info pack)

For more information and an application to apply for FCSS funding, click here.

Foster Homes Needed

The Town of Millet is in need of Foster Homes, anyone interested in becoming a Foster Parent is asked to contact Central Alberta Child and Family Services at 361-4555.

Special Needs Assistance for Seniors

The Alberta Seniors and Community Supports is offering a program based on income that provides financial assistance to eligible lower-income seniors who are having financial difficulties. For further information, please contact:

Alberta Seniors and Community Supports
Box 3100, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4W3
427-7876 (Edmonton)
1-800-642-3853 (Toll Free)


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