Support Programs & Services
Sometimes life is hard. We all need support at different times in our lives. Here are some resources.
City of St. Albert
Community Support Worker – 780-459-1756
Community Services’ FCSS offers support and resource navigation to residents. Community Support Workers will assess the needs of those facing a broad range of social issues and help them navigate and connect to appropriate community resources. Community Support Workers can assist community members with referrals and help to bridge any barriers that they may encounter while accessing services. One Community Support Worker works specifically with youth aged 15-24.
RCMP Non-Emergency Line – 780-458-7700
Residents of St. Albert can call the non-emergency police line if they see individuals in the community who may require police assistance. 9-1-1 should be used if immediate assistance is required or if there is an immediate threat.
Alberta Supports - 780-644-9992
Aids with access to services and programs for seniors, people with disabilities, job seekers, parents and families, homelessness, financial assistance, abuse, and family violence prevention.
Salvation Army – 780-458-1937
Helps individuals find a safe place to eat, sleep, shower, and provide access to support services such as emergency/crisis accommodation and financial assistance.
St. Albert Food Bank and Community Village – 780-459-0599
Provide a range of services including providing food hampers, housing support, and social workers.
St. Albert Seniors Association – 780-459-0433
Provide a variety of seniors programming and services including information and referrals, Meals on Wheels, transportation, and numerous classes, events, and activities.
St. Albert Family Resource Centre – 780-459-7377
Provides a variety of programming and services for children, youth, and families of all ages, including one-on-one parent coaches to provide families with the tools they need to build resiliency.
Stop Abuse in Families (SAiF) Society - 780-460-2195
Provides counselling and psycho education programs for individuals who have witnessed, experienced, or perpetrated abuse, whether it be domestic or bullying. SAiF is a charitable organization with a mission to promote healthy respectful relationships through education, advocacy, and support. We’ve been providing service to residents in St. Albert, Sturgeon County, Parkland County, and surrounding areas for over 35 years. For information visit www.saifsociety.ca
Alberta 211 - Call 2-1-1, text INFO to 211, or access live chat (ab.211.ca) 24/7. 211 is a free, confidential service that connects residents to a wide range of community, social, health, and government services. A 211-community resource specialist will connect people to information and referrals for a variety of needs, if required, on the same call in addition to offering follow-up check-ins.
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Last edited: March 8, 2023