Phone: (403) 297-1746
They provide affordable, integrated, supportive homes to more than 1100 low income families and individuals with disabilities.
Phone: (587) 390-1200
CHC operates and manages over 10,000 subsidized and affordable housing units and has a variety of housing options for low-income households including duplexes, townhouses and high-rise apartments.
Offers crisis support, housing subsidies and other economic support services for Calgarians.
Phone: (403) 264-0598
Provides housing for both men and women. The outreach in Forest Lawn provides three main houses and three support houses for single men and single women.
Phone: (403) 228-9724
A residential program for pregnant and parenting women. Elizabeth House helps young women make positive choices that will benefit them and their children now and in the future by offering a safe and caring home, a holistic life-skills program, and appropriate referrals.
Eligibility: Pregnant and parenting women of all ages and their baby (newborn – 2 years old).
24 HR Crisis Line: (403) 266 0707
Provides 94 beds of safe and low-cost shelter to single women and women with children who experience homelessness and poverty. The YWCA Mary Dover House offers 6 beds dedicated exclusively for emergency situations.
Phone: (403) 269-1319
The Mustard Seed meets the immediate needs of those experiencing homelessness and poverty by providing emergency shelter, food, clothing, hot showers, and hygiene supplies. The Foothills Shelter has capacity for 370 adults every night.
Phone: 403 214-2046
Provides safe and affordable housing for individuals in recovery from alcohol and/or drug addictions. Our admission criteria requires that any client must have had treatment and be ready to begin transition back into the community. For example, they must gain full-time employment, go to school on a full-time basis or volunteer each day.
Crisis Line: (403) 531-1972 or (403) 531-1976
Their services are guided by traditional Native teachings. It is a 32-bed, full service emergency shelter that provides services to women and children from all cultures.
Phone: (403) 270-7240
Housing is offered for six months and then progressive housing is provided or permanent living will be found for residents.
24-hour Hotline: (403) 234-7233
50-bed Emergency Shelter houses women with children and single women experiencing family violence and abuse, providing a safe haven from violence. The shelter is equipped to help each woman and their family meet their basic needs, which include food, clothing and toiletries.
Phone: (403) 670-0467
Provides safe housing and essential support for women and children fleeing domestic violence as they transition out of short-term shelters.
Phone: (403) 263-8384
They offer shelter, sanctuary, and healing to assist homeless children and their families achieve independence.
Their women’s shelter has 12 emergency and 11 transitional beds. They offer a 3 month skill building/development program, counseling and support in areas such as building self-esteem, life skills, work preparedness and anger management.
Phone: (403) 243-2002
With 24 available units, they provide a one-year residential program for women and women with children, followed by a six-month program for safely transitioning back into the community.
24-hour Crisis Hotline: (403) 934-6634 or 1 (877) 934-6634
Their mandate is to provide safety, shelter, food, clothing, crisis counseling, referral and advocacy for those impacted by family abuse or in crisis
24-hour Hotline/Register: (403) 266-0707
General Line: (403) 266-4111
This is a short-stay crisis shelter for women and their children leaving domestic abuse and violence. The shelter provides basic needs, including food and personal items, as well as individual domestic abuse counseling and support.