Grimmon House

Grimmon House

Grimmon House

Grimmon House is a six bed residential treatment program for female youth who are at-risk or involved in sexual exploitation. Grimmon House is a voluntary program available to both Children’s Services and the Community. As Grimmon House is a provincially funded program, youth throughout Alberta have access to this holistic and therapeutic program without cost.

Who can stay at Grimmon House?
  • Female youth between the ages of 13 and 17 who:
  • Want to access the program
  • Have a Voluntary Agreement with PSECA
  • Are at-risk or involved in sexual exploitation
Why stay at Grimmon House?
  • Opportunity to work with a treatment team to address issues surrounding sexual exploitation and addiction
  • On-site schooling through Chinook's Edge School Division
  • Acquire the skills for living
  • Support for living in your community addiction and exploitation free

How can you access the program?
Referrals are made by your PSECA or CFSA worker.

Grimmon House Referral Package

If this is the right program for you a meeting will be arranged so you can learn more about the program. 

For more info about Grimmon House, please contact:
Abby Charlton, Coordinator

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