If you need a place to live, or need help with rent, the following resources are available to assist you with finding an affordable place.
For private market place housing opportunities:
- Soonest available rental units can be found in neighbourhoods--look for 'For Rent' signs
- Rental listing websites
For subsidized opportunities:
- Contact , a single access point to the health, human services, community resources, and government assistance people need every day as well as in times of crisis. 211 has lists of all subsidized opportunities.
For subsidized opportunities that have received some City funding:
All subsidized housing is waitlisted.
If you need emergency accommodation, below are links to find the appropriate emergency shelters. Shelters provide temporary, basic accommodation.
|Hope Mission and the Herb Jamieson Shelters||
Phone: 780-429-3470 & 780-422-2018
|Women's Emergency Accommodation Centre||
|The Salvation Army - Alberta & Northern Territories||
|The Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS)||
|Alberta Council of Women's Shelters (ACWS)||
Phone: 1-866-331-3933 (24 hours day) for those needing immediate help with family violence
For assistance and more information
Please contact the Assessment and Support Programs Referral Line to speak to a social worker about your housing situation and access housing supports. All subsidized housing is waitlisted.
If you are having difficulties with your landlord, you can contact the City of Edmonton Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board.