November 16, 2015 at 1:30 PM #2820
I asked this question in 2009, and found at least 14 units were funded by their municipality, or under FCSS.
I have been asked by Jasper Mayor and Council to check on what is currently being done in the Province, and I would appreciate your help. This may assist others and our own Programs in applying for funding from the Municipality. The Personnel Survey does show that 20 Municipalities do fund their Victim Services Program between 2 – 80% (20% average), and 10 programs are funded between 1 – 31% (6% average), of their total budgets. It would be great to have more detailed numbers on this statistic, and I would ask that you please add a comment to the list below with:
Program Name *Municipality(s)-with/ *Program Manager *Population(s)-with/ *Funds provided(“F” FCSS or “M” Municipality)
Jasper Victim Services *Jasper *Paul Schmidt *4980 population *$11 500.00November 16, 2015 at 3:22 PM #2821
*Victim Services Society of Stony Plain, Spruce Grove, & District *Lynne Fowler*97,555 total area *City of Spruce Grove population 29,526 *M Funds provided $12,500, Town of Stony Plain population 15,051 Funds provided *M $15,000 and County of Parkland population 30,568 *M Funds provided $5,000.November 17, 2015 at 1:27 PM #2834
Strathmore Regional Victim Services does not receive any funding from the municipalities served.November 17, 2015 at 1:44 PM #2835
Manning Regional Victim Service Society * Manning and County of Northern Lights * Pat Proskurniak/Golda Goodzeck * population 1160 * funded by town and county $6600November 17, 2015 at 2:09 PM #2836
We have received no funding from either the two counties or the Town of Blackfalds… This is something we were planning to attempt again so this review will be helpful, thanks!November 17, 2015 at 2:35 PM #2837
Bonnyville VSU serves the town of Bonnyville and the MD of Bonnyville (includes Kehewin First Nation), population of 15,146. We receive $3000, every second year from the MD of Bonnyville. WE are thinking of approaching FCSS and the town. This information will be very helpful….
Program ManagerNovember 17, 2015 at 2:37 PM #2838
Rimbey and District Victim Services receives no funding from the Town or Counties that we serve.November 18, 2015 at 9:54 AM #2839
Red Deer City Victim Services Unit (RDCVSU) * Red Deer * Cst. Jody YOUNG * 100,807 population * $13,141.00
Funding received from VOC Fund (max $150,000) & from City of Red Deer. RDCVSU receives an annual Municipal Grant currently at $13,141 which is used for operating costs of the program.
Note: The City of Red Deer Funds the RCMP Program Manager Position. Estimated contribution for 2015 – $151,500.00. The city factors in cost of equipment, vehicles, member salaries etc. in determining the cost to them per member.
Cst. Jody YOUNG
November 18, 2015 at 10:18 AM #2841
- This reply was modified 1 year, 7 months ago by rdcvsu.
Hi Paul – Our funding is provided by Sol Gen, our charity golf tournament and community donations. NO FCSS funding
Happy Wednesday – ShirleyNovember 20, 2015 at 2:35 PM #2842
Bow Valley Victim Services has received municipal funding for approx. 20 years from the 5 municipal districts we serve. Our current operational year budget is $209,000 (2015/16). From this we receive $93,000 from JSG, Victims of Crime Fund. Grants received from municipal partners (and the approx populations of each community) are listed below. Hope it helps, Peter
Town of Canmore – $27,500 (16,000)
Town of Banff – $21,750 (9,000 + 3 million tourists per year)
MD of Bighorn (Exshaw) – $2,889 (1,000)
ID #9 Lake Louise – $5,400 (1,500)
ID of Kananaskis – $1,250 (500)
Total – $58,789
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