HelpSeeker connects those who are looking for help with local, provincial, and national organizations that offer housing support for Albertans in the City of Edmonton. From non-profit organizations to government organizations and private rental housing with a rent subsidy, you can search our database to find affordable housing units, low-income rental units, shelters and other housing supports – filtered to match your needs.
Drop-in shelters and homeless shelters provide a temporary place to stay overnight.
The Mustard Seed Community Support Centre
The Mustard Seed’s Housing First Model connects community participants with safe, affordable housing and community support.
Hope Mission - Youth Shelter
Hope Mission’s Youth Shelter offers a safe and non-judgmental environment, with staff members who have a genuine concern for “hardened” youth.
For those who are experiencing domestic abuse or violence, emergency housing programs offer temporary support with housing needs and other services.
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.
Women's Emergency Accommodation Centre
Offers an emergency place to stay targeted to homeless women and transgender women.
These housing programs offer housing for seniors, people with disabilities, or others who need a bit extra help and support services for their daily living.
Since 1997, our team has provided personalized care and support to individuals with developmental disabilities…
GEF - Meadowlark Place Lodge
Meadowlark Place features 58 lodge suites and sits just steps away from Meadowlark Shopping Centre…
Programs that offer temporary, supportive housing for those transitioning from homelessness to living independently in a permanent home.
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.
CSS - Edmonton - ST. Katharine Drexel Place
A housing option that serves as an additional resource for women for whom safe, affordable housing is an issue.
Housing programs that offer subsidized market housing for low-income individuals and families or rent that is geared towards your income.
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.
homeEd - Mixed Income Housing Edmonton
homeEd currently owns and operates 19 properties with a total of 807 housing units.
Other resources and subsidy programs that can help you with housing issues.
St Albert Housing Society
St Albert Housing Society provides low-cost housing to vulnerable individuals and families. Financial support and supportive improvement services through partnering agencies increase self-sufficiency and long-term outcomes
Bissell Centre - Housing Services
We believe that everyone deserves to have a safe place to call home. Our range of housing services include our Homeless to Homes, Community Bridge and our Outreach Housing Team.
Over 20 people a month interact with our housing resources in Edmonton
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HelpSeeker connects those who are looking for help with local and national organizations that offer housing support for Albertans in the City of Edmonton. From non-profit organizations to government organizations and private rental housing with a rent subsidy, you can search our database to find affordable housing units, low-income rental units, shelters and other housing supports – filtered to match your needs.
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