Finding Shelter: A guide To Emergency Shelters & Housing Registries
This information was dapted from the City of Edmonton’s Community Services and Guidelines & Homeward Trust’s Winter Emergency Resource Guide. Updated NOV 201 2 BY MNA. For further informatiopn and referals call 211. For more resource guides visit the Inner City Bulletin Board (2nd Floor, Stanley Milner Library)
Emergency Housing/ Eviction Information
If you need emergency housing, you may want to contact:
-Employment Immigration @ Insdustri Crisis Unit at 780-644-5135 or Child Welfare Crisis Line at 780-427-3390
-If you believe you have been unfairly evicted, you may want to contact the following organizations:
a) Edmonton Community Legal Centre (unless rent has not been paid) 780-702-1725
b) Landlord Tenant Advisory Board 780-496-5959
Please note that all income subsidized permanet/ transitional housing housing agencies in Edmonton currently have long wait lists. Finding a private landlord and applying for an Alberta Rent Supplement can sometime be a faster way to get housing.
For Single Adults
a) Boyle Street Community Services 10116 105 Avenue, 780-424-4104
b) Capital Region Housing Corporation www.crch.ab.ca- 780-420-6161
c) HomeEd 780-474-5706 or 780-412-4291
d) Hasper Place Health & Wellness Centre 15210 Stony Plain Road 780-481-4001
Hope Mission Women’s Centre (Edwarson Place) 780-453-3412 serves women with childrens (boys up to age 12, girls up to age 17) must have assessement interview before acceptance; must have 30 days of sobriety.
Herb Jamieson 10014 105A Avenue- 780-429-3470. Men only, must to be sober. Must register for the service (open at 5:00 p.m for registration). Last intake at 2:00 p.m, leave by 8:00 a.m.
Hope Mission Women’s Emergency Centre 9908 106 Avenue – 780-422-2018. Space for up to 70 women. Intake starts at 8:30 p.m and close at 12:00 p.m