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Mallory Boyle – Mothers to be Mentor

I started on my journey with the Lakeland Centre for FASD as a volunteer back in 2010, where I gained employment as a Camp leader for the summer of 2012.  I then took a few years off to start my family but always wanted to get back into the Human Services field.  Graduating from the…

Remember to Smile

Life isn’t always easy and sometimes it’s just plain hectic and stressful. As humans, we all have these days.  When times are difficult, a simple smile can be extremely helpful. It is a powerful expression that can make a big difference to you and others around you, and it is completely free and infectious. There…

Shelley Lynn Angus – Mother-to-be Mentor

I have been working with families for over twenty years advocating, guiding, and supporting families as a Family Court Worker, Family Enhancement Worker, Healthy Families Home Visitation Worker, and Family Group Conference Facilitator. I have two sons and I enjoy biking, singing/playing guitar, baking, reading, arts and crafts, and picking and preparing natural healing medicine…

Michele Huszar – Program Developer

Hello Lakeland community, my name is Michele Huszar and I am back working for the Lakeland Centre for FASD as Program Developer. I worked at the Lakeland Centre 6 years ago when I left to pursue a career in Complimentary Health. I am now back and looking forward to this position as I work part-time…
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ABOUT LCFASD

The Lakeland Centre for FASD provides cost-free programs and services in the Cold Lake, Bonnyville, St. Paul and Lac la Biche areas, as well as on First Nations and Métis Settlements through Alberta.

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