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Programs & Services
We know navigating government support and applying for housing can be overwhelming. If you need a hand figuring out what’s next for you and your family, the C5 Hub can help.

Our staff speak multiple languages and can provide translation support to help you access assistance programs through AlbertaWorks, AISH or affordable housing through organizations such as CIVIDA. The Hub also provides computers, printers and scanners, and regularly brings partners in for in-person resources and programming.


Children's Programs(Age 0-6)


Come run, jump, play, climb, dance, sing and move with your child. Our Children's Programs build young brains and encourage healthy mental, physical and emotional development of children ages 0-6.


Parents and children can play together in a child-friendly environment, share a healthy snack, meet other parents and kids and access additional family support resources and referrals.

Stay and Play

Visit one of our indoor play spaces to enjoy fun activities with your children and meet people in your community! All are welcome; play spaces are designed for ages birth to six years old.

Drop-in, Tuesdays and Fridays from 10am - 12 pm.

Family Support Program (Home Visitation)

Norwood Child and Family Resource Centre's Family Support Program is a longer-term, goal-oriented support for when tougher challenges like financial distress, single parenthood, illness or disability, social isolation, housing issues, etc., interfere with your ability to focus on parenting.
Your Norwood Family Support Worker (FSW) will visit you in your home and help you create a plan based on goals you choose and prioritize for yourself, your family, and your household. Your FSW is a source of support for your child's ongoing development in their critical early years, connections, information, encouragement, and advocacy.

To Register and for more information visit-

Or call: 780-471-3737


Youth Programs(Age 6-12+)

Come check out the C5 Youth Hub located at the Clareview Recreation Centre (entrance 3). We run several programs to keep youth busy after school and during summer and winter breaks. Basketball tournaments, crafting, gardening, cooking classes, field trips, referee training camp, Indigenous teachings and more can all be found here!

Youth can also learn coding, robotics and how to use a 3D printer thanks to our partnership with SkillCity Institute who run the only free STEM lab in all of Edmonton for youth! Our programming is chosen based on feedback from youth and aims to provide them with a safe, fun environment while helping them acquire life skills and build their self-esteem. Youth can also access the Clareview Recreation Centre facility for free through our programs!


Parents, Caregiver and Family Programs


Are you feeling overwhelmed or isolated trying to parent? Struggling to parent through some challenging behaviours? About to become a new parent and have some questions?


Are you looking to build a more positive relationship with your child? Would you like to learn more about your child's development and how to support their growth and learning?

You can be a part of these programs;

Circle of Security

Join this 8 - week group for parents of children birth to 6 years of age. Learn ways to help your child organize their feelings, support your child’s exploration in the world, read and respond to your child’s cues, promote a secure relationship with your child, and so much more! (Registration required). 

Empower U

This program combines financial literacy programs with a FREE 1:2 matched savings component of up to $500. Through this program, participants experiencing low income take control of finances, reduce debt, and save money. Topics include budgeting, consumerism, credit, home ownership, debt repayment, and much more. Presented in partnership with the United Way and ATB Financial. (Registration required).

To Register and for more information visit-

Or call: 780-471-3737


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