We envision the day when all people, regardless of needs and challenges, are personally fulfilled and valued as members of their community. 

CORE Association

CORE Association is a charitable non-profit organization that has served Medicine Hat and surrounding communities since 1954. 

We support adults with disabilities by providing resources, programs, and support to individuals and their families. We believe that every person deserves the opportunity to live a fulfilling and independent life, and we work to empower those with disabilities to do just that. 

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

CORE Association believes that individuals can thrive in their community. We work with and support the individual to ensure they are included and actively involved citizens within their community. As an agency we strive to ensure that each individual is accepted as a valuable and contributing member in their community
Donations help support our job coaching and matching efforts, education and social supports.
Support our Community Living Program which provides individuals with housing opportunities.
Help support our educational, leisure, and recreational programming and activities.

NEWS & EVENTS

December 2023 – Adult Services Newsletter and Monthly Program Calendar
01Jan

December 2023 – Adult Services Newsletter and Monthly Program Calendar

Adult Services Newsletter December 2023 Adult Services Newsletter PDF

June 2023 – Adult Services Newsletter and Monthly Program Calendar
01Jun

June 2023 – Adult Services Newsletter and Monthly Program Calendar

Adult Services Newsletter JUNE 2023 In This Edition:  Community Service/Employment CORE Masters Art Classes CORE Kids on the Block Community Connections All About… Movie Review Staff […]

Former students blast into past at George P. Vanier reunion
31May

Former students blast into past at George P. Vanier reunion

The day of the George P. Vanier School reunion started out with a tour of what used to be the school and is now 13 Street, […]

Former student organizes George P. Vanier reunion
18May

Former student organizes George P. Vanier reunion

Brydon Marchand started attending George P. Vanier School in 1989 before graduating in 2003. About to turn 40 years old in late June this year, he […]