As an organization that has been around since 2001, Safe and Caring has had the pleasure of working with many Alberta communities. One of our longest standing relationships has been with the small northern community of Wabasca.
Safe and Caring has been working in partnership with the Wabasca community for over a decade, and in 2009, we were awarded the opportunity to deliver Stop Now And Plan (SNAP) training to help local students build skills to form positive relationships within their school and broader communities.
Despite their remote location and limited access to valuable government services, Wabasca residents and leaders are passionate about their community, and passionate about the safety of their women, children and elders. Thanks to the generous ongoing support of Status of Women Canada, as well as from corporate sponsor Cavalier Energy, Inc., Safe and Caring has experienced first-hand how this community can come together to support the well-being of their people!
Read our blog article, Celebrating the Wabasca Community, to learn more!