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John Wagner Returning to Teach DBT Training for Professionals

John Wagner is returning to do another two-day DBT training this September. More information to come. 

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Referral Bonus

Kinnections Summer Day Program

Crossroads is excited to once again offer a summer day program designed for children and youth with unique needs. For more information or to register, contact Kayla at or 780-430-7715. 

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DBT Training for Professionals - REGISTER TODAY!

Join DBT Centre of Vancouver director John R. Wagner, Ph.D., R.Psych. (Clinical Associate at SFU, Adjunct Professor at UBC) on November 19th 20th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm as he brings his expertise in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to Edmonton. Registration is now open and group discounts are available! Please contact Kayla at 780-430-7715 or email

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Crossroads Summer Day Program

Crossroads day program is designed to support children and youth with special needs. Contact Liana at or at 780-430-7715. 

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Summer Aboriginal Events

Spring is here! Click on the title to Plan your Aboriginal Summer Events.

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Hiring Respite Workers

Crossroads is hiring respite workers to provide support to families with children/ youth who have behavioral or physical challenges. Read more!

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Santa Store a Big Success!

Crossroads' Annual Santa Store was a huge success this year! The children had a wonderful time gift shopping for family and visiting with Santa. Crossroads wants to thank all our staff, volunteers, and donors for helping to create such a joyous day for our foster families and children! Thank you and Merry Christmas!

FSCD Contract for Respite Services

Crossroads is now providing respite services for children and families through FSCD. For more information click here.

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