Feb 22 – Free Lunch for Families

Come out and enjoy a FREE lunch Thurs Feb 22  – 11:30am to 1pm – at the Trail United Church Hall.

A great opportunity to visit with other families while learning more about local programs and services.

Presented by the Greater Trail Success by 6 committee.

Spring 2018 Crisis Line Training

The Interior Crisis Line has a few openings for Volunteers.

Potential volunteers will receive training and supportive mentoring to hone their skills and build confidence.  Applicants should have a supportive, non-judgmental attitude and be able to set personal boundaries.

The next 4 day training is scheduled for: March 24 & 25 and Apr 7 & 8, 2018

Please download the application form which can be found here .  Completed forms should be dropped off, faxed, or mailed to our Columbia Ave office, or may be scanned and e-mailed to the Crisis Line co-ordinator using the Contact form on our About Us page.

Sharing the Spirit of Christmas

Thank you Amec Foster Wheeler employees!

FAIR Executive Director Janet MacNeil (centre) and Receptionist Noma Kurulok (third from the right) were recently invited to Amec Foster Wheeler’s offices in Trail for a special gift.

Amec Foster Wheeler employees raised over $1,000.00 at their annual Christmas Party silent auction and chose FAIR as the recipient of this year’s funds.

Merry Christmas Amec!

Teck Supports Crisis Line

Carol Vanelli-Worosz (right) from Teck Trail Operations stopped into FAIR’s Columbia Ave office recently with a wonderful donation.

“Trail Operations is pleased to support the Trail Family and Individual Resource Society with funding for training for the dedicated volunteers of the West Kootenay Boundary Crisis Line” says Vanelli-Worosz.

Janet MacNeil, FAIR Executive Director and Sheila Dudek, Crisis Line Co-ordinator were on hand to accept the donation.