Children’s Mental Health
Gary Campagnola PhD, R.Psych.
Child & Adolescent Therapist
Tofield Mental Health Clinic
5024 – 51 Ave
Tofield, AB T0B 4J0
Canadian Mental Health Association
Allan Bartman Independent Living Skills Worker
4711 – 51 Ave
Camrose, AB T4V 0V3
Alberta Health Services
Community Addiction and Mental Health
Sherwin Ward Addiction Counsellor
4911 – 47 St.
Camrose, AB T4V 1J9
Community Correctional Services
Probation Officer –Every 2nd Friday
Tofield-Ryley & Area (TRA) Food Bank
Tofield Ryley and Area Food Bank is available to families, seniors and individuals in need.
If you require a food hamper, please contact the Food Bank at 780-662-3511. Phone messages are checked regularly.
You will be asked:
- To provide a home address to confirm that you live within the Tofield Ryley and Area Food Bank service area;
- How many people in your household;
- Alberta Health Care number or other government ID for each person in your household.
This information will assist in providing an appropriate sized food hamper.
What is in a hamper?
Hampers typically include:
- Canned beans
- Canned veggies
Depending on the needs of the family and our food supply at the time, additional items such as school lunch foods, flour, sugar, tea/coffee, oatmeal, etc., may be included.
As the Food Bank provides a short term solution for those in need, note that food hampers are intended to last 4-5 days.
Visit www.trafoodbank.ca for more information.
WECAN Food Basket Society
About WECAN Food Basket
The WECAN Food Basket Society operates as a “warehouse without walls” – we buy all our food in bulk and distribute it to our community based depots. Volunteers working with local churches, community centres, social service agencies and daycares, staff the depots located throughout the greater Edmonton area. Once a month volunteer drivers pick up the food from our supplier, The Grocery People Warehouse, and take it to the depots. Our volunteers then count, sort and pack the baskets ready for pick up.
To relieve poverty by operating community based depots to address food security needs of families by providing quality food at a reasonable cost.
Members prepay for their food baskets by the first Friday of each month at their nearest depot. They then return to the depot on the third Thursday of the month and pick up their food.
What do I get in a WECAN Food Basket Order?
Fresh food is the staple of any healthy diet. Our food basket offers 3 cuts of frozen meat, 3 types of fresh vegetables and 3 kinds of seasonal fruit every month, along with helpful recipes to prepare healthy meals. Meat orders are $15 and produce orders are $10; or a complete food basket of meat, vegetables and fruit is only $25.
For more information call:
WECAN Food Basket Society of Alberta
Email the Tofield Depot at: TofieldWECAN@gmail.com
Tofield Depot Payment at:
Tofield Municipal Library
5407 – 50 street
Place your cash in an envelope with your name, phone number and order, then drop in the book return slot.
Pick Up At:
Bardo Lutheran Church
4737 57 ave
Third Thursday of each month from 4pm-6pm