Banff Canmore Community Foundation
The Banff Canmore Community Foundation works with our philanthropic partners (including our donors, volunteers and local front line service agencies), to help people, programs and priorities find project funding.
Bow Valley Addictions and Mental Health, Alberta Health Services
Bow Valley Addictions and Mental Health provides assessment, treatment and follow up to individuals experiencing moderate to severe addiction and mental health concerns.
Bow Valley Food Alliance
The Bow Valley Food Alliance fosters community-based food systems that are equitable and ecologically-regenerative, resulting in food sovereignty for all of the diverse communities in the Bow Valley.
Bow Valley Family Resource Network (BVFRN)
The Family Resource Network delivers prevention, early intervention services and supports for families with children aged 0 – 18. The Town of Canmore and Town of Banff work together to provide services and programs for Bow Valley residents.
Bow Valley Immigration Partnership
The Bow Valley Immigration Partnership works together to engage the community and support immigrant settlement and integration in the Bow Valley.
Community Connections in the Bow Valley
Community Connections supports all newcomers to the Bow Valley, immigrant and Canadian-born, in building and strengthening connections to social networks, community resources, information and activities.
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
FCSS connects people to community resources and services to assist with housing, food, financial benefits/income tax prep, counselling, seniors and parenting support, and more. Contact your respective Canmore or Banff chapter.
Harmony Project, YWCA Banff
The Harmony Project offers compassionate support services to anyone who has been impacted by sexualized violence. Services are free, confidential and available 7 days/week to anyone in the Bow Valley area. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 403-760-3200.
Stoney Health Services
Stoney Health Services works closely with the Stoney Nakoda First Nation leaders, community resources, clients and their families as well as with other healthcare providers to improve the health and wellness of the individuals and families living and working in the Nation. With this in mind, their particular focus has been to support the bodies, the minds, the emotions and the spirits of our clients as ‘whole persons’.
Settlement Services in the Bow Valley
Settlement Services in the Bow Valley provides free and confidential services to permanent residents of Canada. This program operates through the Town of Banff, in partnership with the Town of Canmore, Canadian Rockies Public Schools and Our Lady of the Snows Catholic Academy, and is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.