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The St. Albert Housing Society can provide direct and immidiate assistance through our society owned units at Big Lake Point or finacial assistance though our HomeConnection program.

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> St. Albert Housing Society Programs
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St. Albert Housing society can all also direct and connect you to 3rd-party municipal and provincial programs available to those in need.

If you are unsure which program is best for you. Contact us by phone or email and we can help.

St. Albert Housing Society Resources

Big Lake Point

Discription of Big Lake point and how St. Albert Housing society is connected to it.

HomeConnection Program

The HOMEconnection Program is a two-year bridging program to assist individuals and families of modest means transition to stable, safe, affordable and healthy living arrangements to improve their life circumstances.  A temporary rental supplement is provided to allow adequate time to effectively establish plans and take the action needed to move to independent living and achieve positive change.

The aim is to give individuals and families a chance to step up and step out of poverty.

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.

3rd-Party Housing Resources

2016 Apartment Rental List

Discription of what this is and who provides it.

St. Albert Senior Housing List

Discription of what this is and who provides it.

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.

3rd-Party Financial Resources

City of St. Albert Utility Relief Program

The City of St. Albert is collaborating with the St. Albert Community Village in offering a one-time Utility Relief Grant to households. This Grant is a one-time fee of $50 or $150 dependent of your housing type.  This fee can be credited directly to your utility account or deposited into your bank and will NOT affect those on income supports.

This grant is offered on a ONE TIME basis only from October 15, 2015 to September 30, 2016.

FCSS Rental Relief Application

Description of this service goes here.

Capital Region Housing Programs

Description of this service goes here.

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.

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St. Albert Housing Society

1140, 13 Mission Avenue
St. Albert, AB.
T8N 5A7

Phone: 780 544-2205
Email: [email protected]

 

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