We are a non-profit organization that provides accessible social services in southern Alberta.
McMan South is one of four regions of McMan Youth, Family, and Community Services Association that serves all of Alberta.
OUR MISSION is to support and encourage individuals and families to achieve their full potential as members of their community.
History Of McMan
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 Brooks, Redcliff, Medicine Hat, Bow Island, Taber, Coaldale, Lethbridge, Fort MacLeod, Pincher Creek, and the surrounding areas.
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.