Personalized Community Care
A safe, supportive, and nurturing environment for children and youth.
Personalized Community Care (PCC) offers children and youth with Child Intervention Status safe shelter across Southern Alberta and a range of supports. PCC promotes stability, physical and emotional health and well-being, and cultural connection. Individuals residing at a PCC home are supported in educational, community and employment endeavors.
A Tailored Community-Based Program
Ages 8 to 17
Homes support children and youth who require out-of-home placement and have Child Intervention Status.
Homes are funded by the Ministry of Children’s Services. There are no costs for participants.
We create a therapeutic space through strong relationships, routines, structure, consistent practice, and opportunities.
Placement in a Personalized Community Care setting is determined by the Ministry of Children’s Services.
What to Expect
At all PCC homes, children and youth are provided with day-to-day supports and services in a specialized, community-based care environment.
The therapeutic space is built on strong relationships, routines, structure and consistency. At the same time, each home recognizes the need for flexibility and individual approaches. Children and youth are provided with social, intellectual and recreational opportunities in a structured and supportive environment to encourage positive youth development.
How to Access the Program
Personalized Community Care is not an open-referral program. Placement in a Personalized Community Care setting is determined by the Ministry of Children’s Services.
Typically, children and youth will transition out of a PCC home when a suitable long-term placement has been found, or they transition into independence.
McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.
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