Partners and Resources
Edmonton John Howard Society
The Edmonton John Howard Society serves many populations, including youth without supports, persons impacted by family violence, and men or women at risk or involved with the justice system. They provide services such as housing and employment assistance, supportive services, anger management courses, public legal education programs, financial literacy programs, and more.
Boyle Street Community Services
Boyle Street Community Services provides a variety of supports to the Edmonton's homeless and vulnerable populations, including outreach, mental health, cultural, housing, family, youth, and employment services. They also have a drop-in centre located downtown at 10116-105 Avenue in the Boyle-McCauley community.
The Neighbour Centre
The Neighbour Centre is a resource centre for adults 18+ experiencing homelessness or poverty. It is located on the Southside of Edmonton, at 7221 104 Street, near Strathcona High School. They provide support and services to help restore dignity and foster personal growth.
211 is a 24-hour information and referral line that helps people connect to social, health and government services.
211 Alberta – Edmonton and Area is a program that is operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region. 211 provides information/referral services and connects people to a full range of essential social, health, and government services in the community.
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www.linkyeg.ca provides referrals to many different agencies and services in Edmonton, for a variety of needs. It also provides a map of services, hours, and more details.
Edmonton Police Services
The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) works with the Old Strathcona Youth Society to create safer communities. We thank them for their continued support in allowing us to provide our services to youth in need.