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Started in 1989, McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association was awarded its first contract in Central Alberta to operate a 6-bed Group Home in Innisfail. Since then, McMan has expanded services to many communities throughout Central Alberta to ensure children and families receive a continuum of support.

Today, McMan Central has a Regional Board of Directors charged with governing the affairs of their regions. Two members of McMan Central’s Regional Board sit on the Provincial Board.


Regional Board of Directors

Chad Evans - President

Allison Nestorvich

Devender Minhas

Lorrie Sparks

Paige O'Dwyer

The McMan Provincial Board of Directors is responsible for the overall governance of the organization, consisting of two members from each Regional Board and three to five members-at-large.

Starting with just 8 employees in 1989, in 2014 McMan Central employs over 130 personnel and has 30 foster homes.


Strategic Priorities

  • Establish Economic Relief Initiatives

  • Training and Inclusivity

  • Making Sense of Data

  • Community Initiative Discovery

  • Educate Staff and 

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