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The best way to end FASD is information. We believe that when expectant mothers, caregivers, their support systems and people living with FASD are given enough information we will empower individuals from all walks of life to make positive change in our world.

Helda Klassen-Kitchen Manager-2nd Floor Woman’s Recovery Centre

April 23, 2018 in:

Hi I am Helda Klassen. I have been the 2nd Floor Kitchen Manager for five years.  I have been a cook for 30 plus years.  My first cooking experience was helping my 4-H club cater and former 4-H member’s wedding.  I was in the kitchen with Mom and Grandma learning our old country meals, at…

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Deyne Hogan-Accounts Administrator

April 20, 2018 in:

I have been with the Lakeland Centre for FASD as the Accounts Administrator since 2013. Prior to LCFASD, I worked as a Teacher Assistant for 16 years. My new position with LCFASD allows me to continue in the human services field with new exciting roles as well. My husband and I moved to Cold Lake…

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Candice Sutterfield- Mothers to Be Supervisor

April 11, 2018 in:

Candice Sutterfield is the supervisor of the Mothers to be Mentorship program with the Lakeland Centre for FASD.  This program supports women in the community within the Lakeland region who are struggling with addictions and are pregnant or post-delivery. The program is over three-years to mentor the women to a healthy lifestyle. Currently, there are…

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Tia Luedee- Transition Coordinator

April 9, 2018 in:

Hello everyone, My name is Tia, I am the Transition Coordinator here at the Lakeland Centre for FASD. I work directly with youth, young adults and their families to create a realistic plan for the future. The goal of the Transition Program is to provide an extra support to the client’s family while encouraging the…

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