Personal Development

At the Calgary MFRC, we know military families move frequently and that starting over in a new community is tough and stressful. We offer services and activities to help make that transition easier while enhancing their quality of life and promoting and supporting personal, family and community development.

The Calgary MFRC works to enhance the quality of life for new community members by promoting and supporting individual, family and community integration. Families are connected with necessary services, resources, professionals and other military families, helping make the transition to Calgary a pleasant one.

Services include welcome and relocation assistance, second language courses, referrals, career assistance, discounted attraction tickets, day trips, monthly social events, Stampede Breakfast, annual Christmas party and community outreach.

The MFRC also assists military family members who are looking for employment. The staff aid individuals with resume tips, post-secondary education resources and scholarships.

Second Language Training

Our office has several Rosetta Stone licenses to help you with your language aspirations, whether that be learning a new language, improving current skills, or expanding your English. Contact our office for more information or to get set up with an online account.

This website connects Canadian Forces families with local resources, tools, and information to support them with their unique circumstances when it comes to:

  • Relocation
  • Supporting a family member such as a child with special needs, person with a disability, an elderly parent who requires  extra support, or a Canadian Forces Member with an
    operational injury
  • Finding childcare
  • Dealing with military lifestyle challenges
  • Coping with a diagnosis of a health concern
  • Finding direction when you’re not sure who to call

If you’re a Canadian Forces family who is looking for some tools to support you in regards to the unique challenges accompanying the military lifestyle, this website provides information and direct links to local support services and resources.

Visit: http://www.familynavigator.ca/