Leduc County makes every effort to ensure content displayed in this listing is accurate; however, it is not responsible for any errors. This listing is not exhaustive, and users are advised to consult 211 or Inform Alberta for additional resources.
211 is an easy-to-remember telephone number that connects people to a full range of non-emergency social, health and government services in the community.
It is available 24 hours per day, seven days a week and certified information and referral specialists answer each call. They will assess the needs of each caller and link them to the best available information and services.
24-hour Emergency Income Support Contact Centre
Albertans can call the Income Support Contact Centre 24-hours-a-day throughout the year to get help in an emergency with basic needs, such as shelter, food, clothing and transportation.
24/7 Intox Centre9908 106 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0N6
The 24/7 Intox Centre provides men and women who are under the severe influence of alcohol and drugs a safe stay while their condition stabilizes.
A Safe Place
The A Safe Place crisis line is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including holidays and weekends. The counselor who answers the crisis call will listen, answer your questions and provide support as well as directions to the shelter if needed.
Aboriginal Counseling Services of Alberta204-10010 105 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5J 1C4
Provides safe new pathways to healing and wellness that will strengthen Aboriginal families and communities.
Addiction and Mental Health Community Clinic: LeducCentre Hope | 4906 49 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6W6
Care is coordinated by a mental health therapist and / or addiction counselor. Goal directed services are tailored to the needs of individual clients. The number of sessions are based on need and motivation of the client.
Services may include:
- individual therapy
- medication management
- psychiatric consultation
- case management
- crisis stabilization
- referral for an ILS worker.
Where possible, clients are connected with their community and are helped to make positive use of available resources to meet their housing, employment, health, and leisure needs.
The Addiction Helpline is a toll-free confidential service which provides alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and problem gambling support, information and referral to services. The Addiction Helpline operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and is available to all Albertans.
Al-Anon and Alateen
Al-anon members are people, just like you, who are worried about someone with a drinking problem. Friends and family members have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems and receive support.
Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL)10th floor | 10040 104 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 0Z2
Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) assists Albertans with a long-term disability, chronic illness or terminal illness, in maintaining independence in their community. AADL provides funding for basic medical equipment and supplies to meet clinically assessed needs.
Note: An assessment by a health care professional determines the equipment and supplies that an Albertan can receive through the AADL program.
Alberta Gamblers Anonymous
Alberta Gamblers Anonymous is a non-profit, self-supporting fellowship of recovering compulsive gamblers who meet regularly to help each other recover from the disease of compulsive gambling.
Alberta Parenting for the Future Association5600 50 St. | Stony Plain, AB | T7Z 1P8
Alberta Parenting for the Future Association (APFA) offers programs and services that address the expressed needs of parents, children, and youth. APFA actively engages them in strengthening their connections within their families and community.
Alberta Seniors Benefit ProgramMailing: PO Box 3100 | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4W3
The Alberta Seniors Benefit (ASB) program provides a monthly income supplement to federal income sources including Old Age Security (OAS) and Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS).
Alberta Seniors Communities & Housing Association9711 47 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T6E 5M7
Provides resources for the housing industry so that providers can offer the very best housing experiences for Alberta’s seniors. Offers an online housing directory for seniors.
The AlbertaQuits helpline is a FREE smoking cessation service for all residents of Alberta, open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week.
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
ALS Society of Alberta5418 97 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T6E 5C1
The ALS Society of Alberta is a non-profit organization dedicated to making each day the best possible day for people living with and affected by Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS). It is the only non-profit organization in Alberta that provides support to those affected by the disease, and is one of the largest funders of cutting-edge ALS research across the country.
Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories308-14925 111 Ave. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5M 2P6
The Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories (ASANT) is working to change the face of dementia in Alberta and improve the quality of life for those with the disease. Through seven regional centres and a provincial office, the society offers a provincial network of educational and support services for those with dementia and their care partners, builds partnerships with health professionals and the community and advances research into effective treatments and finding a cure for this devastating disease.
Apprenticeship and Industry TrainingSeventh floor | 10030 107 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 3E4
Alberta’s Apprenticeship and Industry training system is driven by a partnership between industry and government. Apprentices, trainers, employers and government work together to create a training system that is industry-focused, resulting in a highly skilled, internationally competitive workforce.
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)500-12323 Stony Plain Road | Edmonton, AB | T5N 4B4
Provides financial and health-related assistance for adult Albertans with a permanent disability that severely impairs their ability to earn a living. AISH clients may also be eligible to receive supplemental assistance (a child benefit and personal benefits) that may also assist a client's cohabiting partner and dependent children.
Babysitter Referral Service: Leduc
Are you a parent looking for a babysitter? We can help you find a youth between the ages of 11 and 15 who has completed the Babysitter program. Please fill out the Babysitter Inquiry Form on the website listed. Your information will be forwarded to our babysitter list, and available youth will be free to contact you.
Beaumont FCSS5817 Rue Eaglemont | Beaumont, AB | T4X 0G9
Beaumont Library (Bibliotheque de Beaumont)5700 49 St. | Beaumont, AB | T4X 1S7
Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society11648 85 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5B 3E5
Bent Arrow is a non-profit organization that provides unique programs and services to Edmonton’s urban Aboriginal population. Programs and services range from youth employment programs and comprehensive family services to supported referrals and soup and bannock lunches. Bent Arrow prides itself on building relationships of trust in the community by working closely with its partners and offering culturally based and face-to-face programming.
Birth Control Centre — Riverview Crossing3210 118 Ave. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5W 4W1
The Birth Control Centre provides counselling, information and referrals as needed on contraception, unplanned pregnancies, pregnancy options, and safe sex practices. It can also supply contraceptives and sexual health-related testing, such as pregnancy testing and testing for sexually transmitted infections.
Open on Friday's only.
Birth Control Centre — Seventh Street Plaza10030 107 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 3E4
The Birth Control Centre provides counselling, information and referrals as needed on contraception, unplanned pregnancies, pregnancy options, and safe sex practices. It can also supply contraceptives and sexual health-related testing, such as pregnancy testing and testing for sexually transmitted infections.
Black Gold Regional SchoolsThird floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 7N3
The Black Gold Regional Division No. 18 extends from the New Sarepta area to the Warburg area. It includes the municipalities of Beaumont, Devon, Thorsby, Calmar, City of Leduc and Leduc County. The Board of Education consists of seven trustees; one from each of the three rural wards, two from the City of Leduc, one from the Town of Devon and one from the Town of Beaumont.
Boys & Girls Club of LeducLeduc Recreation Centre | 102-4330 Black Gold Drive | Leduc, AB | T9E 3C3
The Boys & Girls Club of Leduc provides a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Brain Care Centre#305 11010 101 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 4B9
Brain Care Centre is a non-profit organization that offers programs and services at no cost to adults who have sustained an acquired brain injury, and their families. Services are offered from offices in Edmonton and Edson. Through service coordination, counselling, occupational therapy, electronic device training and volunteer programs, Brain Care Centre strives to empower others to defy limitations.
Breton FCSS4916 50 Ave. | Breton, AB | T0C 0P0
Bridges FASD Mentor ProgramFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Helps men and women diagnosed with or have strong indicators of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder to stabilize their lives, live up to their potential and be as independent as possible by setting goals, teaching basic life skills, addressing housing and safety concerns, connecting them to other community services, and supporting them to become healthy, stay healthy and have healthy pregnancies and babies.
If you’re a victim of bullying or abuse, call trained staff at any time of day; calls to the helpline are anonymous. Online chat is also available.
Calmar Public Library4705 50 Ave. | Calmar, AB | T0C 0V0
Camrose Open Door Helpline4825 51 St. | Camrose, AB | T4V 1R9
The Open Door provides youth ages 11 to 24 with many services, including: emergency shelter and basic needs, housing, counselling and skill development. If you are experiencing a crisis, call/text the 24-hour helpline.
Camrose Women's Shelter
The Camrose Women's Shelter Society is a 22-bed facility that provides emergency safe shelter for women and children fleeing family violence, or who are homeless due to crisis situations. Their crisis line is available 24/7 with someone to talk to, and crisis intervention workers are available to provide support, safety planning, advocacy and referrals. Family support services and outreach services are also available.
Canadian Mental Health AssociationTransition Place, 300-10010 105 Street NW | Edmonton, AB | T5J 1C4
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Alberta focuses on the delivery of mental health recovery services, housing, advocacy and mental health promotion. CMHA’s divisional office supports and promotes the work of CMHA across the province of Alberta for collective impact. The division and regions work cooperatively to advance the greater good of people with mental illness in our society.
Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)12010 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0P3
CNIB offers a range of community-based programs and services that empower Canadians who are blind or partially sighted – to see beyond vision loss including Emotional and Wellness Support, Alternate Format Library Services, Assistive Technology Services, Consumer Products, and Child and Family Services.
Canadian Native Friendship Centre11728 95 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5G 1L9
The mandate of the Canadian Native Friendship Centre is to improve the quality of life of Aboriginal people in an urban environment by supporting self-determined activities, encouraging equal access to and participation in Canadian society while respecting Aboriginal cultural distinctiveness.
Canadian Red Cross Personal Disaster Line
A personal disaster typically affects a single family. It could be a house fire or sewage backup. When personal disasters strike, the Canadian Red Cross provides food, shelter, clothing and essential supplies for up to 72 hours. Through a network of trained volunteers throughout the country, the Canadian Red Cross can respond to disasters quickly wherever and whenever they strike, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Canadian Tire Jumpstart
When families need a little financial boost to get kids involved in a sport, dance team or other active program, they need to fill out an application. This needs to be done before the fees are due, as the money goes right to the organization. Applications for assistance can typically be submitted from January 15 to November 1; with the goal for funding to be equitably distributed over Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter activities.
Your family meets our financial need requirements and your kid is registered, but what about the skates/cleats/racquets/gloves/helmets/uniforms they need to play? Not to worry. Jumpstart has you covered. The application asks for equipment details. Funds can also be provided for adaptive equipment to help kids with special needs.
Caregivers Alberta10310 56 St. | Edmonton, AB | T6A 2J2
Caregivers Alberta is an organization of caregivers, for caregivers. They focus on the caregiver as an individual-helping them maintain their well-being rather than teaching them how to be better caregivers.
As Alberta’s only dedicated caregiver organization, they improve the lives of Alberta’s caregivers by providing group and one-on-one supports that help caregivers connect with others, navigate the system and look after themselves while providing care, increasing communities’ capacity to support caregivers by educating professionals, promoting networking and referrals, and sharing programs and advocating for policy changes that will make a difference in caregivers’ lives.
CASA (Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health)406-10011 109 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5J 3S8
CASA provides assessment and treatment services for approximately 4,000 infants, children and adolescents from birth to age 18 each year through a continuum ranging from consultation in community outreach settings to intensive treatment programs.
Catholic Social Services12431 Stony Plain Road | Edmonton, AB | T5N 3N3
Catholic Social Service offers a safe place for women leaving abusive relationships, homeless youth to rebuild their lives, and enables people with disabilities to live life to its fullest. It offers support for the settlement of immigrants and refugees as well as provides counselling that strengthens individuals and families, helps recovering addicts and supports women facing crisis pregnancies.
Centre Chantal Bérubé Community Youth Centre5202 50 St. | Beaumont, AB | T4X 1E5
CBYC is a drop-in centre for youth aged 12-17. The centre is a trendy facility that offers a safe and supervised environment where youth can mingle and socialize with peers and participate in various recreational, preventative and educational programs. Membership is free; visit the website for registration forms.
Centre for Family Literacy11642 142 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5M 1V4
The Centre for Family Literacy offers a more innovative and proactive approach to literacy development. We open new windows of opportunity so that all Alberta families achieve what they imagine — improved education, jobs, and health.
Changing Together: A Centre for Immigrant Women9538 107 Ave. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0T7
Changing Together operates a safe place for immigrant women to share, support and learn from each other as they adjust to their new lives. It helps immigrant women to gain knowledge about the Canadian way of life and to access opportunities that will enhance the life of their families, and to acquire employment, life skills and Canadian work experience through the volunteer program.
Child Abuse Hotline
If you have reason to believe a child is being abused or neglected by their parent or guardian, please call the hotline to discuss your concerns. A child might not come right out and tell you they are being abused, but you might observe signs of neglect or abuse. The child might drop hints or make repeated comments that suggest abuse, or the child’s behaviour may suddenly change so drastically that you know something is wrong.
Child and Family Services (Leduc)4901 50 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6M1
Child and Family Services assesses and investigates concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and well-being, provides ongoing case management for children, youth and families in need of Child Intervention Services and provides connections to community resources and parenting supports. Contact Child and Family Services if you are concerned about a child, have questions about parenting or need help with meeting your child's needs.
Child Intervention Services Office: Alberta North (after-hours)9939 107 Street | Edmonton, AB | T5J 0B3
Assess and investigate concerns surrounding a child or youth's safety and well-being. Provide ongoing case management for children, youth, and families in need of Child Intervention Services. Provide connections to community resources and parenting supports. Contact Child and Family Services if you are concerned about a child, have questions about parenting or need help with meeting your child's needs. Please call us to report a child in need.
Children's Mental Health Crisis Line
Offers support by phone to children and teens during a crisis. Trained staff can assess the caller's needs, provide information about community services for children and their families, offer support, educate about mental health problems, refer to healthcare providers, arrange home assessments, link to follow-up care and recommend seeing a child psychiatrist.
City of Leduc FCSS1 Alexandra Park | Leduc, AB | T9E 4C4
Cocaine Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their addiction.
Community Care Access
Provides a central telephone number and 24/7 help for people who need to access Community Care and Home Care services in the Edmonton area, including integrated home living, day programs, CHOICE (Comprehensive Home Option of Integrated Care for the Elderly), Community Aids for Independent Living (CAIL), integrated supportive living, integrated facility living (long-term care) and Edmonton Zone Palliative Care Program.
Offers screening and referral services 24/7, and answers calls from Home Care clients after regular business hours. This service also helps people who can’t be referred to a specific program, but need telephone support.
Community Coordinator: Calmar4901 50 Ave. | Calmar, AB | T0C 0V0
Community Coordinator: New Sarepta5088 1 Ave. S | New Sarepta, AB | T0B 3M0
Community Coordinator: Thorsby4901 48 Ave. | Thorsby, AB | T0C 2P0
Community Coordinator: Warburg5212 50 Ave. | Warburg, AB | T0C 2T0
Community Options200-15824 131 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5V 1J4
Community Options is a non-profit charitable organization which has provided a variety of services to children and their families since 1977 in the Edmonton and the surrounding area. Community Options encourages, educates and inspires children and their families to fully participate within their community.
Community Support ServicesFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Provides information and referral services to individuals and families. Works with the community coordinators and other local groups on community development projects such as Christmas Elves and Volunteer Income Tax Programs. Provides playschool subsidies to eligible families.
Compass Centre for Sexual Wellness703-10050 112 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 2J1
Compass Centre for Sexual Wellness is a charitable organization that provides sexual health education and counselling services in Edmonton and surrounding communities.
Consumer Contact Centre
The Consumer Contact Centre provides direction and advice relating to consumer transactions, marketplace concerns and landlord and tenant issues as it relates to the legislation administered by Service Alberta.
Counselling SubsidyFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Offers access to individual, group and couples counselling. Subsidies for eligible individuals are available. Call for more information or to be assessed for the subsidy.
County of Wetaskiwin FCSS243019A Highway 13 | Wetaskiwin, AB | T9A 2G5
Credit Counselling Society610-10216 124 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5N 4A3
The Credit Counselling Society is a registered, non-profit service for consumers. Take the opportunity to speak with a counsellor and review your monthly budget including your income, expenses and debt payments. Appointments are free and completely confidential.
Crime Stoppers is a crime prevention organization that rewards anonymous tipsters and helps law enforcement stop and solve crime. Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, call trace or tape any phone calls. If your information leads to an arrest, you qualify for a cash reward up to $2,000.
Crystal Meth Anonymous
Crystal Meth Anonymous' 24-hour helpline is available to provide information and offer support to anyone seeking recovery from crystal meth addiction.
Devon FCSS1 Columbia Ave. W | Devon, AB | T9G 1A1
Devon General Hospital101 Erie Street S | Devon, AB | T9G 1A6
The Devon General Hospital provides a range of healthcare services, including a 24/7 emergency department. The facility is a 21-bed acute care and continuing care facility in Devon, Alberta. There are nine acute, 10 continuing and two respite beds. The hospital provides 24-hour emergency services, as well as laboratory and radiology services.
Devon Public Library101-17 Athabasca Avenue | Devon, AB | T5G 1G5
Diabetes Canada104-12220 Stony Plain Road | Edmonton, AB | T5N 3Y4
Across the country, Diabetes Canada's regional office staff and volunteers conduct programs and provide support to help people living with or affected by diabetes navigate their care and self-management.
Dial-A-Law provices 24-hour access to legal information via the web and a pre-recorded legal information service from a touch-tone phone, with operator assistance if needed, during regular business hours.
Service offers pre-recorded information, written transcripts, and audio files on legal issues, giving general information on consumer law, criminal law, employment law, family law, real estate law, wills and estate law, youth and the law
Distress Line: Edmonton region
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Have you experienced abuse? Are you contemplating suicide? Now is the time to talk about it. If you or someone you know is in crisis, you can call the Distress Line at any hour of the day to talk through it.
Distress Line: Rural
Are you feeling overwhelmed? Have you experienced abuse? Are you contemplating suicide? Now is the time to talk about it. If you or someone you know is in crisis, you can call the Distress Line at any hour of the day to talk through it.
Drayton Valley and District FCSS4743 46 St. | Drayton Valley, AB | T7A 1H5
Drop-in Single Session Counselling
Free drop-in single session counseling services are offered at multiple locations in the Edmonton area, which will assist you in drawing upon your own strengths and abilities along with providing information that will help you create a plan for the change you most want in your life.
e4c9321 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5H 3T7
e4c is a non-profit charitable organization that has been working for almost 50 years to help vulnerable people here and now. Call them and they’ll ask what you need, what they can do to help, and nothing else. No lectures and no judgment. Then they’ll get to work connecting you to the right resources and support.
Early Childhood Resource ProgramFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
The Early Childhood Resource program provides support and services to families and early learning and care professionals of children up to six years old. The program is available to residents of Leduc County, the City of Leduc, the towns of Beaumont, Devon, Calmar and Thorsby and the Village of Warburg.
Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta
EDSNA is a registered charity dedicated to providing support to those affected by eating disorders and raising awareness in the community about this complex and often misunderstood illness.
Support groups are offered for those directly affected by an eating disorder, who are seeking support to help deal with the challenges of recovering from an eating disorder. Support groups are also available for parents, partners and family who have a loved one with an eating disorder.
Edmonton Aboriginal Seniors CentreCottage E | 10107 134 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5E 1J2
The Edmonton Aboriginal Seniors Centre provides a meeting and gathering place for social, educational, recreational, spiritual and inter-generational activities, and offers a variety of daily, weekly, monthly and annual programs and services designed to enhance quality of life and promote active healthy lifestyles.
Edmonton Community Legal CentreSecond floor | 10020 100 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 0N3
The Edmonton Community Legal Centre provides free legal information and advice to low to moderate income people in the Edmonton area. Can offer help with any of the following legal issues:
- Family law, including separation and divorce, child custody, child support, and more
- Landlord and tenant
- Employment and wrongful dismissal
- Human rights
- Small claims
- Immigration, including concerns of temporary foreign workers
- Income supports appeals for AISH, employment insurance, CPP and others
Edmonton Immigrant Services Association201-10720 113 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 3H8
The Edmonton Immigrant Services Association offers services and programs such as english classes, information referrals, in-school settlement services and youth mentoring services.
Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers11713 82 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5B 2V9
The Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN) is an immigrant settlement agency whose focus is the successful and integrative settlement of newcomers to Edmonton. The agency operates in an inclusive environment, with a welcoming atmosphere and a holistic approach to settlement practices.
Edmonton Protection Order Program
If you or members of your family are victims of family violence, please call the Emergency Protection Order program, go to your local courthouse during regular business hours or call the courthouse. After business hours, contact your local police or the RCMP.
If you have been assaulted or if the threat of danger is immediate, call 911 or your local police department/RCMP detachment.
The Emergency Protection Order Program provides clients with information and a lawyer who can help them to obtain and confirm protection orders. They attend court on a daily basis to represent Albertans who have experienced violence in their lives. The Emergency Protection Order Program also provides ongoing information, risk assessment and safety plans to victims of family violence.
An Emergency Protection Order can do the following:
- prevent a family member from contacting you and other family members
- prevent a family member from coming to your home, school, work or other places
- remove a family member from your home
- ensure weapons are seized
Edmonton Sexaholics Anonymous
Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover.
Edmonton Violence Prevention Centre115 9303 34 Avenue NW | Edmonton, AB | T6E 5W8
The Edmonton Violence Prevention Centre assists families and individuals to achieve relationships based on the principles of equality, fairness and mutual respect, thus creating an atmosphere free from physical, psychological, sexual, financial and other forms of abuse.
Elves Special Needs Society
Elves provides individuals with severe disabilities and special needs with a unique, individualized educational or day program to promote their maximum development and to enhance the quality of life of the individuals and their families within a supportive and caring environment.
Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot4918 46 St. | Camrose, AB | T4V 1X4
The Emergency Clothing and Furniture Depot collects and stores essential household items donated by community members and distributes these items to community members in emergency situations.
Family ConnectionsFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
The Family Connections Home Visitation Program is an ongoing, long-term support program for parents who are either expecting or have had their first child within the past year. It is a free and voluntary program offered in partnership with the Beaumont, Leduc and Thorsby public health centres, and is available to parents in Beaumont, Leduc, Calmar, Thorsby, Warburg and rural Leduc County.
Family Court Assistance
Contact family court counsellors to get help with preparing for court, accessing the court system and resolving your parenting dispute.
Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FSCD)Fourth floor | Park Plaza | 10611 98 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 2P7
Provides a wide range of family-centered supports and services to help strengthen families' ability to promote their child's healthy development and encourage their child's participation in activities at home and in the community.
Family Support ServicesFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Family Support Services offers information and provides referrals to resources in and around the Leduc County region for families on topics including grief and loss, bullying prevention, parenting and leadership.
Family Violence Information Line
Provides information about family violence programs and services, as well as advice and support. It is a 24-hour, toll-free helpline in Alberta for anyone experiencing family violence or abuse, or for anyone with questions about family violence. Support includes referrals to family violence programs, resources and services and staff trained to respond to crisis situations.
Family Violence Prevention Centre#401 | 10010 105 St. NW Edmonton, AB | T5J 1C4
The Family Violence Prevention Centre, operated by the Edmonton John Howard Society, provides outreach support, partner check outreach programs and domestic violence complainant assistance programs, with the collective goal of increasing knowledge and awareness of family violence in order to beak the cycle of violence.
Find.5120 122 St. | Edmonton, AB | T6H 3S3
Find is a social enterprise with two goals: supplying low-cost, quality furniture for sale to the public and providing essential furnishings free of charge to individuals and families who are transitioning out of homelessness.
George Spady Society10015 105A Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0M5
The George Spady Centre Society provides a supervised environment for men and women who are under the influence of alcohol or other drugs and require assistance in stabilizing their condition.
Grey Nuns Community Hospital3015 62 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T6L 5X8
The Grey Nuns Community Hospital is an acute care hospital located in the Mill Woods area of south Edmonton. The Grey Nuns Community Hospital provides a full range of health services including a 24-hour emergency department.
GRIT Program (Getting Ready for Inclusion Today)12852 141 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5L 4N8
GRIT is funded by Alberta Education through program unit funding; there is no cost to individual families. GRIT offers early childhood educational programming to children between the ages of 2.5 and 6 who have a severe disability in one or more areas of development. Educational programming is embedded in children's everyday routines in the natural settings of home, community setting, such as preschool, daycare and kindergarten in their neighbourhood school.
Habitat for Humanity8210 Yellowhead Trail | Edmonton, AB | T5B 1G5
Habitat for Humanity's mission is to mobilize volunteers and community partners in building affordable housing and promoting home ownership as a means of breaking the cycle of poverty. ReStore is Habitat for Humanity’s social enterprise that accepts donations of new and gently used home improvement items and then sells them to the public at a greatly discounted rate.
Do you have a health concern for yourself or a child? Call Health Link by dialing 811 for quick and easy advice from a registered nurse 24/7. They will ask questions, assess symptoms and determine the best care for you.
Heart and Stroke144-5241 Calgary Trail NW | Edmonton, AB | T6H 5G8
Heart and Stroke is a volunteer-based health charity with a focus on the advancement of research and its applications, the promotion of healthy living and advocacy.
Henwood Treatment Centre18750 18 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5Y 6C1
Henwood Treatment Centre offers a 19-day, gender-specific intensive treatment program that includes individual and group counseling, information sessions, skill-based workshops, recreation and leisure activities and participation in self-help groups.
Herb Jamieson Centre10014 105A Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0M6
The Herb Jamieson Centre offers short-term and emergency room and board to men with little or no resources. It is able to house 249 men in the spring, summer and fall. In winter, an additional 70 men can be accommodated.
HIV Edmonton9702 111 Ave. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5G 0B1
HIV Edmonton is a harm reduction agency, working to provide the best education and prevention methods to a wide variety of audiences. HIV Edmonton supports people living with, and affected by HIV and AIDS by: developing educational resources for community organizations, healthcare professionals and the general public; developing and delivering prevention, health promotion and support programs; and providing a voice for people living with, and affected by HIV and AIDS through our work with local, provincial and national organizations on policy development, health strategy and program design.
Hope Mission Emergency Shelter9908 106 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0N6
The Hope Mission Emergency Shelter provides a safe place to sleep for those living on the streets. Separate shelter areas are available for men, women, and couples.
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.
Jellinek Society11229 100 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0J1
Jellinek Society's is a non-profit organization providing a peer-oriented, safe and nurturing home for men in early drug and alcohol addiction recovery. It helps recovering alcoholics and cross-addicted men re-enter society sober, clean and self-reliant.
- Adult male (18+) with a history of substance abuse
- Applicants must be clean and sober for at least 30 days at time of application
- Applicants must have completed a residential treatment program within the last five years
- Applicants should be actively engaged in a 12-step fellowship (Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous or Cocaine Anonymous)
- Residents must either be employed or ready and able to begin employment, or be enrolled or attending an educational institution
John Howard Society401-10010 105 St. | Edmonton, AB| T5J 1C4
The Edmonton John Howard Society is a non-profit, charitable organization serving young people without support systems, victims and people at risk or involved in the justice system. They believe in restoring lives, preventing crime, and strengthening communities. Both adult and youth services are offered, as well as drug treatment court services and family violence prevention.
Kidney Foundation of Canada202-11227 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0L5
Assistance is available to help kidney patients locate the information and resources they need to learn more about how they can manage kidney disease, and the impact it has on their lives. Offer information and referral, educational materials, short-term financial assistance, and peer support.
Kids Help Phone
Kids Help Phone is always there for you. No matter what you want to talk about, we're here to listen. No judgement, totally private, 24/7. Bilingual and anonymous phone counselling, web counselling and referral service for children and youth.
Kids Kottage10107 134 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5E 1J2
Kids Kottage offers a 24-hour support service to parents who need immediate support or respite when faced with a crisis. Additional supports include:
- Crisis nursery: the crisis nursery offers emergency assistance to families in crisis by admitting their infants and children up to 11 years of age for up to 72 hours, free of charge.
- FASD respite: this program helps children understand how to cope with their lives and become successful and productive.
- Basic Shelf Program: participants are taught how to cook and shop for food on a limited budget based on a "basic shelf" strategy.
KidSport Alberta (Edmonton)Saville Community Sports Centre | 11610 65 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T6G 2E1
KidSport™ provides grants to children from families facing financial barriers so they can participate in registered sport programs. A child can receive up to $250 in a calendar year for sport registration fees and equipment.
La Leche League Canada
La Leche League Canada encourages, promotes and provides mother-to-mother breastfeeding support and educational opportunities as an important contribution to the health of children, families and society.
Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board6606 127 Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5C 1R9
The Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board (LTAB) provides advice and information to residential tenants and landlords to address tenancy issues and ensure that both tenants and landlords are aware of their rights and obligations pursuant to the Residential Tenancies Act and the Mobile Homes Tenancies Act.
Lawyer Referral Service
The Law Society’s Lawyer Referral Service might help you find a lawyer when you need one. The service provides you with the contact information of up to three lawyers who will review what legal services might help you.
Leduc & District Victim Services1-4119 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 7L9
Victim Services offers crisis intervention, emotional support and information, referrals to programs and counselling services, court updates, court orientation and accompaniment for trials, information on volunteering and fundraising, donations and sponsorship.
Leduc Adult Learning2 Alexandra Park | Leduc, AB | T9E 4C4
Leduc Adult Learning (LAL) offers learning opportunities to adults in Leduc and surrounding areas. LAL provides opportunities for learning in community capacity building, foundational skills, learning support services, and literacy and foundational learning.
Leduc Alberta Supports Centre
Alberta Supports can help you access more than 30 programs and 120 community services for:
- financial needs
- children and youth
- parents and families
- people with disabilities
- guardianship and trusteeship
- abuse, bullying and family violence prevention
Leduc Alberta Supports Centre4901 50 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6M1
Help connecting to benefits and services for seniors, work or training, income support, disabilities, bullying, family violence, homelessness and more.
Leduc and Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery4219 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 8C9
The Leduc and Area Regional Collaborative Service Delivery provides support to teachers and students (and their families) from schools in the Leduc area, including emotional support, behavioural support, trouble with talking and gross or fine motor problems.
Leduc and District Food Bank4810 49 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 7G6
The Leduc and District Food Bank (LDFB) is a community-driven and supported organization that relies on community donations and volunteer support in order to provide short-term assistance to roughly 85,000 people.
Leduc Assisted Transportation Service (LATS)
Leduc Assisted Transportation Service (LATS) is a door-to-door, driver-assisted transportation service for seniors (65+) and for persons with cognitive and/or physical disabilities within the City of Leduc. Temporary service may be available to individuals with a temporary disability.
Leduc Community Hospital4210 48 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 5Z3
The Leduc Community Hospital provides a range of healthcare services, including a 24/7 emergency department.
Leduc Community Living Association4906 51 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 7H6
Leduc Community Living Association serves persons with developmental disabilities in the City of Leduc, Leduc County and the Town of Devon to live and work in their community and work toward their fullest potential.
Leduc LINX Connect Centre101-4906 49 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6W6
Leduc LINX Connect Centre offers an array of programs for Leduc and district adults with developmental disabilities to cope with the realities of daily living. Services include job preparation classes, post-hiring coaching, employer liaison and recognition, respite care, private support homes ad supported independent living.
Leduc Probation and Community Corrections4612 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6L1
Staff supervise adult offenders involved in community based programs such as probation and conditional sentence order supervision, temporary absence, pre-trial release, fine option and alternative measures.
Leduc Provincial Court4612 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6L1
Leduc Public Library2 Alexandra Park | Leduc, AB | T9E 4C4
Leduc Regional Housing Foundation5118 50 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6V4
Leduc Regional Housing Foundation provides affordable accommodation and services to seniors, individuals and families within the geographical area of Leduc County. In addition to housing accommodation, Leduc Regional Housing Foundation also offers supportive living, seniors apartments, subsidized housing, direct rent supplement and private landlord rent supplement.
Leduc Regional Parent Link CentreFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Parent Link is an initiative of Human Services and is designed to support parents in their role as children's first and most influential teachers. Parent Link Centres and programs are resources parents can access with their children to meet other parents, participate in play with their children, obtain information and obtain support to help with parenting challenges.
Leduc Transit is an inter-municipal transit partnership between the City of Leduc and Leduc County, offering a public transit (bus) service that connects the Leduc and Nisku areas and also stops at the Edmonton International Airport and the Century Park LRT station in south Edmonton.
Leduc-Strathcona Services for Children: Family Day Homes101-4806 47 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 5X3
Leduc-Strathcona Services for Children is an accredited family day home agency committed to providing quality childcare to families in the Leduc, Sherwood Park, Calmar, Warburg, Beaumont, Thorsby and Devon areas.
Legal Aid AlbertaRevillon Building | 600-10320 102 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4A1
Legal Aid Alberta assists Albertans facing legal issues by helping them navigate their journey through the justice system and find lasting resolution to their legal challenges. Through professional, effective and accessible services, it is a leader in the provision of quality, effective legal advice and representation. It is an independent, publicly funded, not-for-profit organization that provides a broad range of services in family law and child welfare, adult criminal law, youth criminal law, immigration and refugee law and civil legal areas.
Philips Lifeline is an easy-to-use personal response service that lets you summon help any time of the day or night – even if you can’t speak. All you have to do is press your Personal Help Button, worn on a wristband or pendant, and a trained Personal Response Associate will ensure you get help fast. That’s why Philips Lifeline provides the #1 Medical Alert Service to offer you something else: peace of mind.
Note: this is a paid product.
Lurana Shelter Society
The Lurana Shelter Society's 24-hour crisis line offers support for victims of family violence. Call for yourself, family members, friends or employees. It is staffed by trained, non-judgmental advocates who will listen, offer support, provide information, help you assess your immediate needs, and help you make informed choices.
Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP)
The Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP) collects court-ordered child support, spousal and partner support, and enforces as needed.
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association: Leduc
The McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association supports and encourages individuals and families to achieve their full potential as members of their community by offering independent living, supported community access, shared living and support homes for individuals with disabilities.
Meals on Wheels
Delivers meals at a low cost to those in need. Contact your local FCSS office to find out who to contact in your area for this service. This service may not be available in all areas.
Meals on Wheels - Edmonton11111 103 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 2P1
Edmonton Meals on Wheels is a local non-profit and registered charitable organization. Anyone can purchase Chef’s Choice® frozen meals. Chef’s Choice® frozen meals can be ordered online, through our outlets, by phone and in person. Delivery will be arranged or meals can be picked up.
Note: there is a charge for these meals.
Mental Heath Help Line
Provides confidential, anonymous service, crisis intervention, information about mental health programs and services, and referrals to other agencies if needed.
Metis Child and Family Services Society10437 123 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5N 1N8
Metis Child and Family Services Society develops and provides free programs that preserve and strengthen the Metis family and develops community awareness of, and responsibility for, the well-being of Metis children and families.
Millet FCSS5120 50 St. | Millet, AB | T0C 1Z0
Money Mentors175-17010 103 Ave. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5S 1K7
From credit counselling and money coaching to financial fitness classes, Money Mentors' experienced and qualified counsellors and coaches are here to improve your financial situation.
MS Society of Canada150-9405 50 St. | Edmonton, AB | T6B 2T4
Whether you have been recently diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) or have been living with the disease for some time, information and resources through the MS Society of Canada can help you manage both the daily and longer-term chllenges that MS may present.
Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. Recovering addicts meet regularly to help one another to stay clean. There are no dues or fees; the only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.
Native Counselling Services of Alberta14904 121A Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5V 1A3
Native Counselling Services of Alberta’s mission is to promote the resilience of the Aboriginal individual and family, through programs and services that are grounded in reclaiming our interconnectedness, reconciliation of relationships and self-determination.
New Sarepta Public LibraryNew Sarepta High School | 5150 Centre Street | New Sarepta, AB | T0B 3M0
Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT)Fourth floor | 10365 97 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5J 3Z8
The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee (OPGT) provides services to help all Albertans plan for the future and make the most of today if decision-making support is needed. When someone dies and no one is willing or available to settle their affairs, the OPGT assists with burial and may help with the administration of the estate.
Organization for Bipolar Affective Disorders Society
Our mission is to help people affected directly or indirectly by Bipolar Disorder, Depression, and Anxiety live better lives. Peer Support meetings are available for individuals who are affected directly or indirectly by a mood disorder such as Bipolar Affective Disorder, Unipolar Disorder (Major Depression) or Schizoaffective Disorder.
Oteenow Employment and Training Society13227 146 Street | Edmonton, AB | T5L 4S8
Oteenow Employment and Training Society is an employment and training organization dedicated to First Nations and Inuit people. It helps match workers to jobs in a wide-range of employment sectors.
Our House Addiction Recovery Centre22210 Stony Plain Road NW | Edmonton, AB | T5S 2C3
Our House Addiction Recovery Centre's sole purpose is to provide an environment where individuals with addictions can embark on a recovery process directed towards a meaningful, productive lifestyle.
Outreach for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (OPPT)
Outreach for Pregnant and Parenting Teens (OPPT) is an educational support group for pregnant and parenting teens in the Black Gold Regional Division. Its goal is to help students continue their education and to learn positive parenting skills.
Parenting After Separation
Parenting After Separation is a six-hour seminar offering information to parents about the separation and divorce process, the effects of separation and divorce on children, techniques for communication and legal information that affects parents and children.
Parents Empowering Parents200-501 Festival Avenue | Sherwood Park, AB | T8A 4X3
Parents Empowering Parents (PEP) Society provides education, innovative programming, support and hope for individuals or families dealing with or concerned about substance abuse/addiction. It is commited to improving effective, accessible treatment and positive outcomes for substance abuse/addictions.
Parkinson Alberta11209 86 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5B 3H7
Parkinson Alberta helps make every day better for Albertans affected by Parkinson disease. We provide support services, education, advocacy and funds for research.
We are a standalone Alberta-based charitable organization and we rely on the generosity of donors. One hundred per cent of the money raised here funds the best services, resources and research to benefit Albertans.
PEP Parent Support Line200-501 Festival Avenue | Sherwood Park, AB | T8A 4X3
The Parent Support Line is available days, evenings and weekends.
Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD) Edmonton400 Park Plaza, 10611 98 Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5K 2P7
PDD funds programs and services to help adult Albertans with developmental disabilities to be a part of their communities and live as independently as they can.
Pilgrims Hospice Society9808 148 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5N 3E8
Pilgrims Hospice Society provides supportive, compassionate, family-centred care to enhance the quality and dignity of life for those diagnosed with a progressive, life-threatening illness as well as solace to those who are bereaved.
Poison and Drug Information Service
Poundmaker's Lodge Treatment Centres25108 Poundmaker Road | Sturgeon County, AB | T8T 2A2
Accepts peoples from all walks of life. Offers an Aboriginal holistic treatment experience that focuses on the root causes of addiction and empowers people in their recovery through concepts based in the cultural and spiritual beliefs of First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples in combination with a 12-step abstinence program.
Pregnancy Care Centre11223 100 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0J1
The trained volunteers at the Pregnancy Care Centre help you find the answers and support you are looking form. Pregnancy tests, information on pregnancy options, community education, life-skills pregnancy programs, support for men, post-abortion recovery and support and adoption support are provided.
Primary Care Network Leduc Beaumont Devon (PCN)301-4710 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6W2
Provides services such as mental health programming, health education classes, elder care, specialist clinics and Smile Health Care Program for patients in the City of Leduc, towns of Beaumont and Devon and all communities in Leduc County.
Protection for Persons in Care
A safe and secure environment, where people are free from abuse and neglect, is necessary for well-being and quality of life. Protection for Persons in Care promotes prevention and responds to reports of abuse of adult Albertans receiving care or support services from publicly funded service providers, such as: hospitals, seniors' lodges, nursing homes, mental health facilities, shelters, group homes, addictions treatment centres, many settings funded by the Persons with Developmental Disabilities program, and other supportive living settings.
RCMP (Beaumont)5501 Magasin Avenue | Beaumont, AB | T4X 1V8
The RCMP Beaumont detachment provides police services to the Town of Beaumont.
RCMP (Devon)13 Columbia Avenue | Devon, AB | T9G 1Y7
The RCMP Devon detachment provides police services to the Town of Devon.
RCMP (Leduc, Calmar, New Sarepta)1-4119 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 7L9
The RCMP Leduc detachment provides police service to the City of Leduc, Town of Calmar, New Sarepta and the surrounding rural areas located in Leduc County.
RCMP (Thorsby)5005 50 St. | Thorsby, AB | T0C 2P0
The RCMP Thorsby detachment provides police services to the Villages of Thorsby and Warburg and the surrounding rural areas located in Leduc County.
Recovery Acres6329 118 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5W 1G2
Recovery Acres provides transitional housing, counseling and a sober living environment for men with a history of addiction, who are motivated to develop and maintain a responsible, productive and healthy lifestyle.
Riseup Society Alberta5908 50 St. | Leduc, AB
Riseup Society Alberta is an outreach centre responding to the reality of domestic violence and abuse. Riseup provides group support, counselling and resources for those impacted by intimate partner abuse, and educates individuals and community groups about preventing and addressing abuse.
Robin Hood Association3 Spruce Avenue | Sherwood Park, AB | T8A 2B6
Robin Hood Association, Children and Youth Services, offers a wide variety of family-centered programs and respite services to children with disabilities and their families in Sherwood Park, Fort Saskatchewan and surrounding areas.
Rupertsland InstituteThird floor | 12308 111 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5M 2N4
Through the Metis Training to Employment (MTE) Program, Rupertsland Institute offers services to assist Metis individuals in preparing for, finding and keeping employment. These services are provided by trained employment counsellors and job coaches.
Saffron Sexual Assault Centre#110 | 222 Athabascan Avenue | Sherwood Park, AB | T8A 4C9
Provides counselling services to persons who have suffered from sexual assault, abuse and sexual violence, as well as those person who have been affected by sexual assault (e.g. support persons, family members, etc., of someone who has experienced sexual assault) and also to provide proactive education regarding sexual assault, abuse and sexual violence to all individuals and to change attitudes, beliefs and myths surrounding sexual assault.
SAGE Seniors Association of Greater Edmonton15 Sir Winston Churchill Square | Edmonton, AB | T5J 2E5
SAGE inspires and supports seniors to be the best they can be. It offers supports for seniors, ranging from food services, housing information services, income tax preparation, life enrichment, volunteer services, and more.
SAGE Seniors Safe House
SAGE's Seniors Safe House provides temporary housing for men and women. At the safe house, you will find safety, shelter and support for 60 days. The seven suites are fully furnished and your stay includes all meals and toiletries. Social workers are on site to help you with all areas of your life that have been affected by abuse, such as financial, housing, emotional support and counselling.
Salvation Army Addictions and Residential Centre9611 102 Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5H 0E5
Provides community support, independent and supportive housing, and an addictions recovery program for those recovering from addictions.
Salvation Army Thrift Store - Leduc6102 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 7L2
Second-hand clothing and household items available at a low cost.
Schizophrenia Society of Alberta5215 87 St. | Edmonton, AB | T6E 5L5
Schizophrenia Society of Alberta (SSA) is the only organization in Alberta that directly supports people with schizophrenia and their family and caregivers. Their goal is to provide access to our programs to all Albertans affected by schizophrenia. Offers free services and programming in person, over the phone, and online.
Second Glance5607 50 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6Z7
Provides low-cost, second-hand clothing, household items and much more. Proceeds generated from the sale of donated items provide the basis for the donation program, which assists many local community groups.
Senior Centre: Calmar and District Senior Citizens Association4916 50 Ave. | Calmar, AB | T0C 0V0
Senior Centre: Devon Pioneer 73 Club29 St. Lawrence Ave. | Devon, AB | T9G 1L4
Senior Centre: Leduc and District Senior Centre - Telford House4907 46 St. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6Z7
Senior Centre: New Sarepta Golden Pioneers5088 1 Ave. S | New Sarepta, AB | T0B 3M0
Senior Centre: St. Vital Seniors Club - Beaumont5204A 50 Ave. | Beaumont, AB | T4X 1E3
Senior Centre: Thorsby Senior Citizens Club4812 51 St. | Thorsby, AB | T0C 2P0
Senior Centre: Warburg Seniors Centre5212 50 Ave. | Warburg, AB | T0C 2T0
Seniors Bus: Calmar and Thorsby
Seniors Bus: Devon
Seniors Bus: New Sarepta
Seniors Bus: Warburg
Seniors Financial AssistanceMailing: PO Box 3100 | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4W3
You may apply for the Seniors Financial Assistance (SFA) programs offered by the Government of Alberta if you are 65 years of age or older, have lived in Alberta for at least three months immediately before applying, are a Canadian citizen, or have been admitted into Canada for permanent residence (landed or sponsored immigrant), and you or your spouse have not chosen to defer receipt of Old Age Security Pension. SFA programs include: Alberta Seniors Benefit Program, Special Needs Assistance, Dental and Optical Assistance, Seniors Property Tax Deferral, and the Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program.
Seniors ServicesFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Seniors Services provides preventative social programs to assist seniors and persons with disabilities to maintain their independence and enhance their quality of life. Seniors Services works with community partners to provide necessary support to allow people to live as independently as possible.
Seniors' Abuse Helpline
Senior abuse can happen anywhere and it often goes unannounced. The Seniors’ Abuse Helplines is always open and listeners are highly trained. If you are a senior experiencing abuse or suspect a senior you know is being abused, please don’t hesitate to call the Seniors’ Abuse Helpline. The helpline is available 24 hours a day for support, referrals, and crisis intervention.
Service Canada: Apprenticeship grants
Apprentices can receive up to $4,000 in grants to pay tuition, travel, tools or other expenses.
Service Canada: Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Retirement pension, disability benefits, death benefit, children's benefits, survivor's pension.
Service Canada: Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)10-9700 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4C8
Administers tax, benefits and related programs and ensures compliance on behalf of governments across Canada, thereby contributing to the ongoing economic and social well-being of Canadians.
Income tax inquiries: 1-800-959-8281
E-services help desk for individuals: 1-800-714-7257
Service Canada: Child and Family Benefits
The Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is a tax-free monthly payment made to eligible families to help them with the cost of raising children under 18 years of age.
Service Canada: Employment Insurance (EI)
Regular benefits, maternity and parental benefits, sickness benefits, compassionate care benefits, fishing benefits, workers and/or residents outside of Canada, family supplement.
Service Canada: General inquiries
Provides general information on Government of Canada programs, services and initiatives and guidance on how to access them.
Service Canada: GST credit9700 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4C8
The GST credit helps individuals and families with low or modest incomes offset all or part of the GST they must pay.
Service Canada: Immigration Canada
Admits immigrants, foreign students, visitors and temporary workers; resettles, protects and provides a safe haven for refugees; helps newcomers adapt to Canadian society and become Canadian citizens.
Service Canada: Old Age Security (OAS)
The Old Age Security program is the Government of Canada's largest pension program. It is funded out of the general revenues of the Government of Canada, which means that you do not pay into it directly. The OAS pension is a monthly payment available to most Canadians 65 years of age who meet the Canadian legal status and residence requirements. You must apply to receive it.
Service Canada: Passports
The passport program is responsible for issuing Canadian passports.
Service Canada: Social Insurance Number (SIN)
A Social Insurance Number (SIN) is a nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits.
Service Canada: Veterans Affairs Canada940-9700 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5J 4C8
Offers a wide variety of services for veterans and their families. Programs to assist you after an injury or during the transition from military to civilian life, and many other services to help you and your family throughout your life.
Service Canada: Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP)
The Wage Earner Protection Program (WEPP) compensates eligible workers for unpaid wages, vacation, severance and termination pay they are owed when their employer declares bankruptcy or becomes subject to a receivership under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.
Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE)205-14964 121A Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5V 1A3
The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton is a feminist-based not-for-profit charitable organization that supports children, adolescents and adults who have experienced sexual abuse or assault, and educates the public about sexual violence.
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
The Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton (SACE) offers a 24-hour confidential sexual assault crisis line for anyone affected by sexual violence, or anyone supporting someone affected by sexual violence. The crisis line is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and 365 days a year.
Sexually Transmitted Infections ClinicEdmonton General Continuing Care Centre | 3B20-11111 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0L4
Services include the following: free and private testing and treatment for STIs, testing for HIV, bacterial infections (i.e. chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis) and diseases of the blood (i.e. hepatitis C), HPV (genital warts) treatment, pregnancy testing and referral, emergency contraceptive pills and needle exchange. Testing services are available on a walk-in basis only.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - Leduc
Provides emergency assistance to those in need. Volunteers visit your home to provide support and determine appropriate assistance. Help can be offered in the form of food, furniture and/or household items, clothing, transportation (i.e. bus tickets), financial assistance for things such as partial rent or utilities, referrals to existing community support programs, advocacy and mentorship and a listening ear. Donations are also accepted.
Sport Central11847 Wayne Gretzky Drive N | Edmonton, AB | T5B 1Y2
Sport Central gathers, recycles and redistributes all types of sporting equipment to kids who would otherwise be denied the opportunity to participate.
St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Schools4906 50 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6W9
STAR Catholic Schools is a large urban-rural school division in central Alberta with approximately 4,000 students and 400 staff. It has 12 schools in six communities and offer programming from pre-school to Grade 12 through the Alberta Education curriculum. We are a publicly-funded, Christ-centred Catholic community and welcome students of all faiths.
STI/HIV Information Line
An information line with more information on AIDS, HIV and sexually-transmitted infections.
Stollery Children's Hospital8440 112 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T6G 2B7
The Stollery Children’s Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta, is a full-service pediatric hospital and centre for complex pediatric care and research established in 2001.
The Stollery is the only specialized healthcare facility for infants, children and youth in central and northern Alberta. The Stollery has among the highest inpatient volumes of any children’s hospital in Canada, and serves a geographical area of over 500,000 km.
Student Legal Services
Student Legal Services of Edmonton (SLS) is a student-managed, non-profit society dedicated to helping low-income individuals in Edmonton and area understand their legal issues and solve their legal problems. Each year, more than 250 students from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law volunteer with SLS.
Criminal law project: 780-425-3356
This project provides basic criminal law information and represents individuals charged with relatively minor criminal and quasi-criminal offences.
Legal education and reform project: 780-492-2227
This project offers community lectures and outreach programs, and researches poverty-related law reform issues.
Pro bono students Canada: 780-492-2226
The local chapter of this Canada-wide student group conducts legal research for non-profit organizations.
Suicide Bereavement Support Services300-10010 105 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5J 1C4
After losing someone to suicide the grief can seem overwhelming, but the support and understanding of others can be a powerful source of strength. Suicide Bereavement Support Services provides individual, family, or group support for anyone who is grieving a loss to suicide. It also provides post-suicide debriefings for schools, agencies, or businesses. All services offered through the Suicide Bereavement Support Services are free and confidential.
Suicide Caregiver Support Services300-10010 105 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5J 1C4
Caring about someone who has attempted suicide or is of risk of suicide can be stressful. It can feel like a lot of pressure on you to always be there for that person. It’s important that you have support during these difficult times. The Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region has an experienced team of supportive individuals that can help ease the weight you feel as a caregiver.
TeleCare Program8861 75 St. | Edmonton, AB | T6C 4G8
Good Samaritan TeleCare® provides monitored home safety devices, telephone support and personal emergency response services that will improve your quality of life and bring you peace of mind.
Terra Centre9330 106 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T5K 1C7
Terra Centre is a non-profit organization helping pregnant and parenting teens develop the self-reliance and skills to be successful parents.
The Family Centre20-9912 106 St. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 1C5
Offers a wide range of programs and services to individuals, families and workplaces on a fee-for-service basis (subsidy and sliding scale options) such as parenting workshops, counselling, interpreter services, family intervention, preservation and reunification. Also offers parenting after separation workshops and safe visitation services
The Hub5010 50 Ave. | Leduc, AB
The Leduc and District Emergency Shelter Association (LDESA) provides support and guidance to clients seeking community, social, health and government services. Working together with and in support of non-profit organizations, religious organizations, government agencies and social supports in the greater Leduc area, LDESA identifies and strives to fill the gaps in social services.
Thorsby Municipal LibraryThorsby Arctic Spas Recreation Complex | 4901 48 Ave. | Thorsby, AB | T0C 2P0
Today Family Violence Help Centre301-11456 Jasper Ave. | Edmonton, AB | T5K 0M1
Today Family Violence Help Centre is an Edmonton-based, non-profit organization that offers a safe place for individuals victimized by family violence to access free, confidential, emotional and practical support. Staff are highly-skilled specialists in the area of family violence with years of experience in providing caring, timely, confidential, trauma-informed services to keep families safe. Each client receives unique specialized support based on their individual goals.
After-hours phone: 780-482-HELP (4357)
University of Alberta Hospital8440 112 St. NW | Edmonton, AB | T6G 2B7
The University of Alberta Hospital is a research and teaching hospital in Edmonton. The hospital is affiliated with the University of Alberta and run by Alberta Health Services, the health authority for Alberta.
Vision Loss Rehabilitation Alberta
We provide training that enables people who are blind or partially sighted to develop or restore key daily living skills, helping enhance their independence, safety and mobility. Our certified specialists work closely with ophthalmologists, optometrists and other health care professionals, providing essential care on a referral basis in homes and communities across Alberta to help you understand your needs and develop a personalized plan to help you regain your independence, safety and mobility.
Warburg Public Library5212 50 Ave. | Warburg, AB | T0C 2T0
WeCan Food Basket Society4810 49 Ave. | Leduc, AB | T9E 6L5
The Wecan Food Basket Society is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing affordable food security to community members throughout the Edmonton area.
Food Security is more than having enough food to meet every person’s daily nutritional needs; it also means having a variety of fresh food to fuel a healthy lifestyle.
In partnership with The Wecan Food Basket, the Leduc & District Food Bank is the distribution center for this program. Orders can be dropped off to the food bank by the first Friday of the month and picked up at the food bank by the third Thursday of the month.
Wetaskiwin FCSS4705 50 Ave. | Wetaskiwin, AB | T9A 2E9
WIN House Helpline
WIN House provides a safe place and emergency services for women and children fleeing domestic abuse. Through comprehensive programs, support and advocacy, it is shifting the scales. As a safe haven for victims, it connects and equips individuals with the support and hope they need to overcome an abusive situation.
24-hour helpline: 780-479-0058
General information line: 780-471-6709
YESS (Youth Empowerment & Support Services)9310 Whyte Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T6C 0Z6
If you're a teen who has no place to go, we understand. We can help. If you need help or referrals to addictions counselling, legal advocacy, or human services, or if you have problems in your life you can’t handle on your own, please call us.
Youth ServicesFifth floor | 1101 5 St. | Nisku, AB | T9E 2X3
Provides strength-based support and information for youth and their families experiencing difficulty coping with life stressors. One-to-one support is provided through home, office or school visits. Offers community support with programs, groups and workshops. YHA Youth Mentors Team includes youth mentor training and monthly meetings. This service is free and voluntary.
YWCA Edmonton400-10080 Jasper Avenue | Edmonton, AB | T5J 1V9
As part of the oldest and largest women’s social service organization in Canada, the YWCA Edmonton has been serving the capital region for 108 years.
We are a women’s organization that advances the wellness and growth of women, girls, and families.
We provide education and services to thousands every year through leadership programs, counselling, outdoor education, and supporting people with disabilities.