Many people in St. Albert have good jobs and a place to live. Unfortunately, some individuals and families in our city are experiencing homelessness. Others are at risk of becoming homeless
The St. Albert Homeless Prevention Coalition looks at situations that can lead to homelessness. We work with a number of community organizations to
- create paths out of homelessness
- build lasting partnerships
- raise awareness of homelessness in St. Albert
We can help if you or someone you know
- is couch surfing or living in a car
- is staying with friends or relatives
- doesn’t have a permanent place to live
Learn more about who we are.
Housing First for Youth: A Program Model Guide
Housing First for Youth (HF4Y) is a rights-based intervention for young people (aged 13-24) who experience homelessness, or who are at risk. It is designed to address the needs of developing adolescents and young adults by providing them with immediate access to housing that is safe, affordable and appropriate, and the necessary and age appropriate supports that focus on health, well-being, life skills, engagement in education and employment, and social inclusion.
Join Stephen Gaetz from the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness and Melanie Redman from A Way Home Canada to discuss the program model in more detail.
Here is the link if you would like to register for the free webinar on “Housing First for Youth: A Program Model Guide" on Monday January 29th from
10 – 11:30 am.