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Homelessness

Affordable housing, shelters, housing subsidies in Edmonton, Alberta

The Mustard Seed Community Support Centre

The Mustard Seed’s Housing First Model connects community participants with safe, affordable housing and community support.

Lurana - Emergency Shelter

Emergency shelter and support provided through a 24-hour crisis line and a continuum of holistic services in a safe, supportive environment.

Entrust

Since 1997, our team has provided personalized care and support to individuals with developmental disabilities…

The George Spady Centre Society – POD

The Place of Dignity or POD is a harm reduction project providing a stable living environment for six homeless individuals with mobility and medical issues.

Capital Region Housing - Community Housing

Capital Region Housing (CRH) provides approximately 4500 homes in the Community Housing program where your rent is geared to your income.

Food Services

Food services in Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton’s Food Bank

Each year, Edmonton’s Food Bank (aka Edmonton Gleaners Association) purchases about $1,000,000 worth of food. Between food drives, our food supplies often run low and we use monetary donations to ensure our hampers are nutritionally balanced.

Good Neighbour Fund Society

Provide assistance to families and individuals in Northern Alberta. Assistance is only for items of necessity, and funds are paid directly to the supplier…

Edmonton Meals On Wheels

Edmonton Meals on Wheels is a local non-profit and registered charitable organization that provides home-delivered meals and food services to a diverse mix of people…

Canadian Celiac Association Edmonton Chapter

Monthly anti-panic sessions to introduce new Celiacs to our programs…

WECAN Food Basket Society

WECAN connects individuals and families on limited and or fixed incomes, who are struggling at the end of each month to provide enough healthy food for their families, with a basket of fresh produce and frozen meat items.

Domestic Violence

Service listings related to domestic violence in Edmonton, Alberta

ACT Alberta – Victim Response Program

ACT Alberta has a Victim Response Program. This program supports the needs of victims of human trafficking…

IFSSA – Family Support

IFSSA provides support to those suffering from domestic violence. This includes finding safety, one-on-one support, counseling, and help to understand marital rights in Islam, legal rights in Canada, and finding resources & healthy coping strategies…

Sexual Assault Centre (SACE) - Sexual Assault Survivors Support Group (SASS)

A 12-week group for women who have experienced sexual assault; age 18yrs and older…

Below The Belt

Working out of the downtown OUTpost, Below the Belt focuses on providing support and resources for male-identified individuals engaging in survival sex or sex work…

A Safe Place (Women’s Emergency Shelter)

The mission of the non-profit organization Strathcona Shelter Society Ltd. is: “To end domestic abuse and violence in the lives of women and their children by supporting the shelter, A Safe Place, and impacting public policy through education and awareness”…

Mental Health

Service listings related to Mental Health in Edmonton, Alberta

Crisis Services Canada

Crisis Services Canada (Suicide Prevention And Support)

Asking for help can be hard. That’s why we offer a safe place to talk – any time, in your own way. If you are thinking about suicide, you don’t have to face it alone. Reach out today…

Metro City Medical Clinic – Edmonton

Metro City Medical Clinic was established in Edmonton in 2008 when its founders had become increasingly concerned about the impact of untreated opioid use disorder (opioid addiction) on individuals, families, communities and public health…

Boyle Mccauley – Supervised Consumption Site

Supervised Consumption Sites (SCS) are an entry point to treatment and social services for people who are ready to stop or reduce their use of substances. They do not provide their own drugs or substances…

The Family Centre – Counselling

No matter what you’re going through, please know that help is available. Our mental health therapists can help you understand your situation better and figure out ways to move successfully through it. We have experience in a broad range of issues and our therapists are all trained in helping people get through trauma…

Eating Disorder Support Network Of Alberta (EDSNA) – Edmonton

EDSNA offers professionally-facilitated, low cost, support groups to people with eating disorders (18+) in Edmonton, Calgary and online via video conference. For parents, partners and loved ones, we also offer support groups to help them understand how to assist recovery…

Training & Education

Training & education programs in Edmonton, Alberta

Women Building Futures Society - Journeywoman Start

Journeywoman Start (JWS) is a hands-on training program that introduces students to 6 different trades and provides introductory skills training for welding, carpentry, sheet metal, electrical, plumbing, and pipe-fitting/steamfitting.

Edmonton Public Schools (EPS) – New Directions

Provides academic programming for expelled junior and senior high students who are non-violent and have a history of difficulties at school. Placement is determined through the expulsion process…

Metro Continuing Education

Metro Continuing Education provides flexible and diverse learning opportunities for students of all ages…

Children’s Autism – Early Education Programming

The Early Education Program focuses on the development of communication skills, functional play skills, fine and gross motor skills, classroom routines and introduces many preschool and kindergarten concepts.

TriCALA - Learn English Classes

Need help with your English? Want to meet and learn with other people? This small group class will help you improve your English speaking, listening and speaking skills…

covid-19/Coronavirus

Service and resource listings related to COVID-19/Coronavirus in Edmonton, Alberta

Bag-Half-Full - Edmonton

We are a free grocery delivery service designed to bridge the gap of accessibility during the COVID-19 pandemic…

Jasper Place Wellness Centre - Food

Operate Emergency Good Food Hampers delivery program with the focus of getting healthy fresh food to community members who may need extra help with food security during COVID19…

WECAN Food Basket Society

Temporary delivery of food baskets for those most at risk in our community available…

Society of Seniors Caring About Seniors

SSCAS is continuing services for doctor appointments, grocery shopping during this pandemic-19. Please call for further information…

Caring Hearts Connection

Ensuring all residents are supported during this difficult time. Struggling to find resources? Family supports too far away? Want to schedule a wellness check? Call Stony Plain FCSS…

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