Welcome to Human Services

Another step taken to improve child intervention services

Alberta is putting a renewed focus on quality assurance and continuous improvement through new legislative changes that will improve supports for vulnerable children.

Agreement fast-tracks checks to find homes for kids in care

Alberta is improving information sharing with the Calgary Police Service to help protect children, keep them with family and loved ones, and reduce childhood trauma.

Child Intervention Implementation Oversight Committee

Minister Bhullar has appointed a team of respected professionals to accelerate improvements to the child intervention system.

Minister seeks input on changes to child intervention system

Albertans have until April 11, 2014 to offer their feedback and ideas on the draft report from January’s Child Intervention Roundtable.

Budget 2014

Under Budget 2014, Human Services is investing $4.1 billion to keep children healthy and safe, build stronger families and communities, and deliver better services for vulnerable Albertans.

Alberta takes next steps after child intervention roundtable

Minister Manmeet S. Bhullar is pledging that the government will act quickly to change reporting rules and will examine options for the review of all child deaths in the province.

Province takes action to protect Alberta’s children

Alberta’s new Human Services Minister has appointed a team of respected professionals to accelerate activity on a new five-point plan and prioritize responses to previous recommendations for improving the child intervention system.


Together We Raise Tomorrow

Let’s talk about how we can better support the well-being, safety, security, education and health of all children in Alberta.

Programs and Services

The Ministry of Human Services is part of Premier Redford’s strategy to take action on Albertans’ priorities.

Human Services is responsible for the following programs and services:

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