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Our staff are specialized professionals with diverse backgrounds and experience. We deliver consistent service quality, use funding efficiently, and plan programs for long term success.

Our staff are creative with an innovative spirit; this helps solve problems and deliver superior outcomes because our culture allows rapid response to community needs.


The Senior Leadership Team

Tracie Mutschler, CPA, CA

Executive Director

Damon Van Ginneken

Director of Services

Janice Humphrey, CPA, CA

Director of Finance

Stephen Detrey, CPA, CMA

Director of Business & Operations

Kala Myer


Kristin Krein


Mike Prociw


Teresa Hlady


Chris Salek


South Region Board of Directors

Partners Who Fund McMan South

McMan Is proud to offer services free of charge to service participants, and this is only possible with the generosity of the following funders. 

About McMan

Helping children, youth and families who have diverse and complex needs in southern Alberta.

We’re a non-profit organization with offices in Brooks, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Pincher Creek and we serve those communities and the surrounding area.

McMan Youth, Family & Community Services Association of southern Alberta is an innovative organization that provides accessible social services for children, youth and families that have diverse and often complex needs.

McMan Accreditations:

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) 

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that southern Alberta occupies unceded Indigenous land. We acknowledge that the Blackfoot Confederacy never surrendered their land in the signing of Treaty 7 but agreed to share it. We recognize and deeply appreciate Blackfoot peoples’ connection to this place. We acknowledge that we, as people living and benefiting on these lands, are accountable to the laws and protocols of the people who have cared for this land. It is our intention to continue learning how to honour this responsibility and relationship. Today, southern Alberta is home to a diverse population of Indigenous peoples, which now includes Metis Region 3, Inuit, and other Indigenous peoples. We recognize the contributions Indigenous peoples have made, both in shaping and strengthening this community in particular.

In 1975, four graduates of Grant MacEwan College opened a group home in the inner city of Edmonton. With a vision to evoke change and contribute to the community, these individuals sought to provide support to young people who required care. 


This ambition ultimately resulted in the foundation of McMan Youth, Family, and Community Services Association as we know it today. Since then, the organization has evolved into a multi-regional body that serves the province of Alberta. 


We are McMan South and we serve Medicine Hat, Lethbridge, Brooks, Pincher Creek, Redcliff, Bow Island, Taber, Coaldale, Fort MacLeod, and the surrounding areas.

History Of McMan

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