WHAT WE DO
Enviros’ programs range from assisting individuals to helping families. Enviros facilities 12 programs under the umbrellas of Addiction Services, Youth Justice, Residential Programs & Community Programs.
Wilderness Treatment at Base Camp
A remote wilderness-based addictions treatment program for teens 12 – 17 years of age. This voluntary program sees participants choose to remain in an isolated environment, free from distractions and temptations of modern urban society.
A six bed therapeutic residential treatment home for youth aged 13 – 17, designed specifically to treat and work with high-risk teens with criminal backgrounds and behavioural issues.
FASD Intervention Services
Offers support and assistance for the family and caregivers of those living with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder who are under the age of 18 years old.
Enviros works with 27 foster homes in Calgary and Area. There is space for 63 children, from just days old, up to age 18 who are unable to remain in their own homes.
High Fidelity Wrap Around
A multilayered process that brings together a natural support network for youth in the child welfare system, and helps them work towards their ideal future, and life goals.
Respite Care Connection
We offer fee-for-service respite for families caring for 6 to 17 year old children and youth with behavior and social challenges (such as: ADHD, FASD, Autism & ODD)
There are many different programs at Enviros, and while they’re as varied as the clients they serve there is one common thread.
“All of our programs work with people, and we see people as been whole and as being competent and capable.” Carolyn Godfrey, Director of Services.
People are at the core of all twelve programs Enviros operates. Whether it’s helping a teen transition to adulthood by teaching them to pay bills and find an apartment, or giving parents the tools to communicate with troubled children, it’s important for everyone at Enviros to treat clients as human beings.
“We work with children, youth, families and young adults in a variety of capacities through the children’s services system as well as the justice system, and addictions and mental health,” adds Hazel Bergen, Chief Executive Officer. “We work with some of the more vulnerable people in the Calgary area, and we to that in a variety of different ways across a wide range of programs.”
Enviros programs range from assisting individuals to helping families.