*The RCSD partnerships across the province are being eliminated by the provincial government as of September 1, 2020.  As a result, the information on this page will no longer be valid.  The website is being maintained for one year to allow partners to continue to access the resources*

Determining Supports and Services

The Central Alberta Regional Collaborative Service Delivery (CA RCSD) is an approach to providing services for children and youth in the central Alberta region. It is a regional partnership among school authorities, Alberta Health Services, Children’s Services, Community and Social Services, and other community stakeholders. The services are delivered by the partners.

Please Note:
Services may vary according to staffing structure in a school or community.  

In determining supports and services, the region considers the following:

  • what services are currently available to children, youth, and their families through Health (AHS), Children’s Services, Community and Social Services, (including Family Support for Children with Disabilities, Persons with Developmental Disabilities), school authorities, and other community service providers;
  • regional priorities informed by data gathered at the local level by Regional Leadership and Regional Executive Teams;
  • gaps identified in services to support children, youth, and their families
  • how specific supports and services are coordinated, integrated, and collaboratively delivered within the region; and
  • how regions are working together to support children, youth and their families transitioning across the province and between regions.

*This website is a record of a constantly evolving partnership.  It is as accurate as possible at any given time and will be regularly updated to reflect changing processes and information.  However, be advised that there may possibly be a lag updating the website with the most current information and processes.

*The RCSD partnerships across the province are being eliminated by the provincial government as of September 1, 2020.  As a result, the information on this page will no longer be valid.  The website is being maintained for one year to allow partners to continue to access the resources*