FCSS provides programs and services that help prevent crisis and
take care of the social well-being of the community.
One-On-One Assistance: Come into the office and staff will help you work through the hard times and help find programs and services you need.
Meals on Wheels (MOW): A service that provides hot noon time meals to residents that are unable to cook for themselves due to disability or recent hospitalization.
Subsidized Housekeeping: Assists eligible individuals with the application process and coordination of housekeeping services.
Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP): Connects eligible individuals with free help in completing their tax returns.
Youth Making A Change (YMAC): For grades 10-12 who are interested in partnering with others in the community and are passionate about making a difference.
Sizzlin’ Summer: A fun skill development day camp that is offered during the summer for children 6-12 years old.
Junior Leader Program: The Junior Leader program is designed for youth (ages 12-15) who have a passion for leadership & working with children.
Babysitter’s Course: Teaches the basics of safe babysitting to youth 11 years old and up.
After Hours Program: This is an after school program designed to introduce youth in Grades 7-9 to activities that will build their self-esteem and social competence as well as show them that adults in the community value them.