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Disability Tax Credit
The disability tax credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities, or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. For more information, Learn More

Alberta Council of Disability Services (ACDS)
is a not-for-profit association. It serves community-based service provider members who support people with developmental disabilities or brain injury. The goal of ACDS is to ensure quality service delivery for individuals within Community Disability Services (CDS) Learn More.

Alberta Government
An information guide for parents who have a child with a disability. Learn More

Alberta Home Visitation Network Association (AHVNA)
Home visitation programs focus on strengths and support families by building trusting relationships, teaching problem solving skills, encouraging positive parent-child relationships and supporting healthy child growth and development. Learn More

Alberta Family Wellness Initiative (AFWI)
The Alberta Family Wellness Initiative (AFWI) is a program established by the Palix Foundation, a pro-active private foundation with offices in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta. The AFWI's aim is to apply emerging research about experienced-based brain and biological development as it relates to early childhood development and children’s mental health, and its lifelong impact on addiction and other negative health outcomes. Learn More

Alberta CAPC CPNP Coalition
The Alberta CAPC-CPNP Coalition, is a network of CAPC and CPNP projects throughout Alberta committed to collective actions and effective partnerships to ensure healthy outcomes for babies, children and their families Learn More

Alberta PCAP Council
The primary goal of PCAP is to prevent future births of alcohol and drug exposed children. We do this by addressing the needs of mothers and getting them stabilized in a whole host of ways.Learn More

Alberta Human Services
Government services and supports for adults and children with disabilities. Learn More

Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)
The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health-related assistance to eligible adults with a disability. The disability must be permanent and substantially limit the person’s ability to earn a living. AISH clients may also be eligible to receive supplemental assistance (a child benefit and personal benefits) through the AISH program. Learn More

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