PartnersOct16Saskatchewan government providing funds for family support program.Pictured: Crystal Perkins, Rachel Trann, Trina Joa, Maureen Poncelet, and Dee Drummond-Goldman.

More help will be available to those in need through Partner's Family Services through funding they will receive through the Government of Saskatchewan.

The funding is going directly to the Family Support Program which offers in home support for families, "so we've been running the family support program for a few years but the government of Saskatchewan, we're really happy has recognized the work we've been doing and that there are needs in the communities in this area. They have actually funded the program so that were able to reach out and expand the services and our service area and really grow the program options for families."

Being able to expand is very important says Executive Director Rachel Trann, "we're just really happy to be able to move forward, that the government has acknowledged that there is this need in our communities and that were able to grow our organization and to grow the services that were able to provide to people."

The program is open to absolutely anyone needing some extra help.

Partner's can be contacted by calling the office or by simply walking through the door. Partners also takes community referrals.

To hear more from Rachel Trann in her interview with Bolt FM's Angie Dukart click below. is Westman's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.