Find the Help You Need
The St. Albert Housing Society can provide direct assistance through our Society owned units at Big Lake Pointe or subsidy through our HOMEconnection program.
Use the links below to quickly navigate to the section you are looking for.
If you are unsure which program is best for you, contact us here, or phone us at 780.544.2205. We are here to help.
Big Lake Pointe
For those who qualify, 12 Nevada Place has affordable housing options on its one, two, and three bedroom suites, some of which are barrier free. In addition to being RCMP certified Crime-Free, Big Lake Pointe is within walking distance of schools, public transportation and a walking trail system.
The HOMEconnection Program is up to a year bridging program to assist individuals and families of modest means to transition to stable, safe and affordable living arrangements to improve their life circumstances.
Participants are required to partner with an appropriate community services agency to receive individualized support and assistance throughout the program.
This is to ensure participants have the resources and wraparound supports needed to reach their goals. It is expected during this period, participants develop a housing/sustainability plan, and secure gainful income and/or stable revenue to ensure long-term success.
The HOMEconnection Program is funded entirely through donations and charitable fundraising. As such, program capacity is limited to the level of funds raised.
2016 Apartment Rental List
The information provided in the Apartment Rental Listing is provided by CIVC and is to be used as a guide only. Every effort has been made to include all apartments in St. Albert that are listed as apartment rentals.
St. Albert Senior Housing List
This directory provides a summary of housing options for seniors in St. Albert, grouped by the level of care provided.
Northern Alberta Housing Resources
The Northern Alberta Cooperative Housing Association (NACHA) is a federation of Housing Cooperatives. We offer a variety of information/resources including a monthly public information session that can assist families in becoming a members of a housing cooperative project.
City of St. Albert Utility Relief Program
The City of St. Albert, in collaboration with the St. Albert Community Village, offers residents the opportunity to apply for a Utility Relief Grant. The program is being funded by the City of St. Albert, and is being administered by the St. Albert Community Village on behalf of the City.
Rental Assistance Program
The St. Albert Rental Assistance Program provides individuals and families with the ability to sustain appropriate housing. The program provides rental assistance for low to moderate income families and individuals to assist with monthly rent payments up to a max of one (1) year. To qualify, individuals and families must be gainfully employed, must meet the household income threshold, and must pay more than 30% of your gross monthly household income towards rent.
Capital Region Housing Programs
CRH offers several different programs designed to help those in need find affordable housing in Edmonton and area.
Rotary Club Reaching Out Grant
A financial grant to a maximum of $200 per child. To assist children who would not otherwise participate in developing talents and life long interests because of a family’s financial situation.
Subsidies Available to St. Albert Residents
For a full ist of subsidies available to residents of the City of St. Albert, click the download button.
Here are just some of the resources available for senior citizens.
St. Albert Resources
For a full list of resources available to St. Albert residents, press the download button.