BRINGING LETHBRIDGE HOME
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Agencies are focused on the ability of people to access and remain in permanent and stable housing.

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FIND A HOME

Service Agencies and a Housing Registry support people to access safe and affordable housing options.

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Seek opportunities to make a difference and end homelessness in Lethbridge as an individual, organization and in community.

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Spring Project Connect - Sign Up Now!

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  • 19 Mar 2016 - 10:00am
  • Fritz Sick

We are looking for volunteers for Project Connect this year and would be so grateful if you could help us make this event successful. Project Connect is a complimentary one-day event contributing to a larger movement in Lethbridge and across the province to help end homelessness. It involves the coordinated efforts of the community, service providers, government agencies and volunteers. It is designed to provide a one-stop opportunity to connect people to the services that they require to improve their life situation.

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Information Session: Affordable Housing Grant

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  • 24 Feb 2016 - 3:30pm
  • Culver City Meeting Room - Main Floor of City Hall

On Wednesday, February 24th from 3:30-4:30pm in the Culver City Meeting Room on the main floor of City Hall there will be an information session about the upcoming Affordable Housing Grant Application Process. 

Please RSVP to csd@lethbridge.ca.

Thank you.

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Fixing Homelessness Means Putting Housing First

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  • Sep 15, 2013

We have the knowledge, the evidence and the strategies to improve the plight of those who fall between the cracks and stay there for long periods of time. But every night, the shelters continue to fill up, and every day, the many people who are homeless on our streets watch as we pass by with eyes averted.

At this moment, Canada has an opportunity to take action and reduce homelessness dramatically by expanding strategies we already know can work.

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Our Partners & Funders

  • 5th on 5th Youth Services
    Aboriginal Council of Lethbridge
    Aboriginal Housing Society
    Alberta Health Services (Seniors Health, Addiction & Mental Health)
    Alberta Human Services

  • Alberta Justice
    Alberta Research Consortium on Ending Homelessness
    Allied Arts Council
    Architects
    Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)

  • Blackfoot Elders
    Canadian Mental Health
    Citizens of Lethbridge
    City of Lethbridge
    CMHA

  • CMHC
    Covenant Health
    Downtown BRZ
    Faith Community
    Immigrant Services

  • Lethbridge Alberta Works – Employment & Immigration
    Lethbridge College
    Lethbridge Corrections
    Lethbridge Emergency Shelter and Resource Centre
    Lethbridge Family Services

  • Lethbridge Homebuilders
    Lethbridge Housing Authority
    Lethbridge Legal Guidance
    Lethbridge Regional Police Servcies
    Lethbridge School District 51

  • McMan
    Metis Association
    Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)
    Real Estate Board
    Red Crow College

  • Service Canada
    Southern Alberta Community Living Association (SACLA)
    Southern Alberta Self Help Association (SASHA)
    Southwest Child and Family Services
    Treaty 7 Urban Indian Housing Authority
    University of Calgary – Faculty Social Work