Programs & Services

Community Liaison

Our community liaisons and trained volunteers are available to help you access to the appropriate programs, agencies and services.

Community Liaison

We partner with more than 20 St. Albert and area organizations and services to offer programs.

Our community liaisons are registered social workers and:

• coordinates client access to the appropriate community-based social agencies
• provides assistance to individuals in social crisis (e.g., housing and food insecurities, abuse, unemployment)

Assistance & More Information

We understand you may feel nervous or hesitant about talking to someone about your situation or circumstances. We strive to create a warm, welcoming environment where you can share your story and receive the support you need.

For assistance or for more information, contact:

AISH and CPP Form Completion

Are you looking to apply for Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)? Not sure which medical reports or supporting documents to include? Unclear which doctor or specialist must provide them?

Or, maybe you need to apply for your Canada Pension Plan (CPP) and don’t really know how.

How we can help:

Our community liaisons, along with experienced volunteers, are available to help clients with AISH paperwork and CPP forms. Volunteers can also help you develop or improve your resumé and interview skills.

Legal Workshops

Lawyers, made possible through support from the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, come in twice per year for a 3 week session.

Including, but not limited to:

  • Property Division
  • Child and Spousal Support
  • Child Custody and Parenting

Snacks and childcare are available for program participants.

Financial Literacy

The St. Albert Community Village and the Rental Assistance Program offer a six-week financial literacy program.

Led by a certified facilitator, each series runs for six weeks. Participants are given a workbook , all supplies , meal and child care are free of charge.

Trained volunteers are also available for those participants who prefer one-on-one support.

Note: This workshop is a part of the contractual agreement to the Rental Assistance Program (RAP).

Homeless Shower & Laundry

Showers and laundry facilities are available for our homeless clients, who are given a light meal, as well as prepared food to take with them when they leave.

Clients are welcome to use the facilities, and they’re expected to continue to meet with one of the community liaisons to discuss housing options.

For more information about the program and eligibility criteria, contact: