We have experience working with non-profit organizations, municipal government departments, provincial ministries and federal departments.

We have worked with a wide range of programs linked to public health, health promotion, community and human services (children & youth, adults and seniors), agriculture, education, crime prevention, violence prevention, injury prevention and safety, and others.

We recognize the passion our clients have for their projects. Our aim is to help them strengthen their projects and programs through a collaborative approach to evaluation and other evidence-informed approaches.

At the core of SWM Consulting Services is our commitment to

COLLABORATION

Our approach ensures you will be meaningfully engaged throughout the research and evaluation process.

EXCELLENCE

We draw from a network of expert associates to assemble a team of people with skills and experiences to meet the unique needs of each project.

TRUSTING, RESPECTFUL RELATIONSHIPS

We are committed to excellence, rigour and cultural appropriateness in all that we do.

USEFUL AND RELEVANT DELIVERABLES

We are determined to produce deliverables that will not sit on a shelf! We help you ask the questions that matter and use our expertise in evaluation and research to find useful answers.

OUR CLIENTS

  • ALBERTA CENTRE FOR SUSTAINABLE RURAL COMMUNITIES

  • ALBERTA CHILDREN & YOUTH SERVICES, GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA

  • ALBERTA COMMUNITY COUNCIL ON HIV

  • ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES

  • ALBERTA HUMAN SERVICES, GOVERNMENT OF ALBERTA

  • ALBERTA PUBLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION

  • ALL IN FOR YOUTH COMMITTEE

  • AUGUSTANA EXTENDED EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

  • CANADIAN PATIENT SAFETY INSTITUTE

  • CENTRE FOR HEALTH PROMOTION STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

  • CITY OF EDMONTON

  • COVENANT HEALTH

  • FARM SAFETY CENTRE

  • HEALTH QUALITY COUNCIL OF ALBERTA

  • METIS SETTLEMENTS HEALTH BOARD

  • MULTICULTURAL HEALTH BROKERS CO-OPERATIVE

  • POPULATION HEALTH, CAPITAL HEALTH

  • PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA

  • REACH EDMONTON

  • SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

  • TOWARDS OPTIMIZED PRACTICE