BDSS runs many programs including Generations Daycare, Bashaw & District Preschool, Meals on Wheels, Home Support, Santas Anonymous, Tools for School, Family Wellness, Summer Programming, and many more. To learn more about these programs and services provided by BDSS, click the button below.
Bashaw Adult Learning is a non-profit organization that seeks to support all adult learners, whether they are needing to upgrade their education, pursue career training, or improve their literacy. Click the button below to learn more.
The Community Wellness Team was established in 2018 to help support individuals and families in our community to provide wrap around services. To learn more contact our Community Wellness Navigator at firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below.
The Bashaw and District Food Bank is committed to the physical and social well-being of low-income individuals and families by supporting the social justice principle of food recovery. To learn how to access, or how you can support the food bank, please click the button below.
The Bus Society provides regular transportation to those with limited mobility. Click the button below to see the Monthly schedule and associated fees.
The Healthy Families Program supports families expecting a baby or have a child up to 3 years old. If you are interested in receiving this service, please contact Amanda at email@example.com, 780-679-8066, or visit the CAFCL website by clicking the button below.
Kari from the Camrose Family Resource Network comes to Bashaw every Thursday! To find out more about the programs and services available through the Camrose Family Resource Centre, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the button below to go to the CFRC website.
The Bashaw & Area Community Resource Centre is happy to host Alberta Mental Health every Friday in our building. To learn more about this service, you can call our building or click the button below to visit the Camrose Addictions and Mental Health website.
Tammy Auten-Dye, Registered Psychologist and Kirsten Inglis, Student Therapist, come to Bashaw once a month to offer Psychological Services. This is a stressful time in all of our lives. If you or your child is struggling and you would like to book a session please contact Tammy at 403-318-6714 or click the button below to visit her website.