Find Government of Alberta resources and services relevant to women.
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Additional health programming for women may be available on the Alberta Health Services website.
Service description: Call 1-855-4HELPAB if you or someone you know is being abused or neglected.
Service description: Provides inpatient services for older adults with multiple or complex medical problems and helps them to become independent again. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Acute Geriatric Unit- Calgary
Service description: If you, or someone you know, is struggling with substance use, addiction or a mental health problem, you may be wondering what you can do. Help is available. There are many options to get help including visiting a local Addiction and Mental Health Clinic. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Addiction and Mental Health Clinics
Service description: A collection of resoures to assist parents and guardians with child and youth mental health. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Addictions and Mental Health Resources for Parents
Service description: Find out about adoption processes and statistics, and access adoption records and other post-adoption services
Adoption and Post Adoption
Service description: Going back to school as an adult can be challenging. Find supports for adult learners related to academic upgrading, English as a second language, adult literacy programs and education for adults who want to learn new skills.
Service description: Housing options for families, seniors and individuals with special needs, and building construction standards for affordable housing.
Affordable Housing Programs
Description du service : Options de logement pour les familles, les personnes âgées et les particuliers qui ont des besoins spéciaux, et normes de construction pour les logements abordables
Programmes de logement abordable
Service description: The guide is an educational resource to help senior-serving organizations increase awareness of LGBTQ2S+ seniors’ issues and needs and identify concrete actions organizations can take to be more inclusive and affirming.
Aging with Pride: A guide to creating inclusive services for LGBTQ2S+ older adults
Service description: Farmers and forestry professionals can use online calculators or download software or worksheets to help with decision-making.
Agriculture and Forestry Decision-Making Tools
Service description: Matching workers with employers to fill agriculture and agri-food jobs.
Agriculture Job Connector
Service description: The Alberta Adult Health Benefit covers health benefits for Albertans in low-income households who are pregnant or have high ongoing prescription drug needs. This health plan includes children who are 18 or 19 years old if they are living at home and attending high school.
Alberta Adult Health Benefit
Description du service : Des prestations sont offertes aux Albertains à faible revenu au moyen de la prestation de maladie pour adultes.
Prestation de maladie pour adultes de l’Alberta
Service description: Lower and middle-income families with children may be eligible for the benefit to help provide a better quality of life for their children.
Alberta Child and Family Benefit
Service description: Low income families can apply to this program to get eyeglasses, prescription drugs, and dental care for their kids.
Alberta Child Health Benefit
Service description: A collection of information for seniors, including a continuing care facility directory.
Alberta Health Services - Continuing Care
Service description: A collection of information for parents from preconception to adulthood.
Alberta Health Services Resources for Parents
Service description: Businesses and non-profits can apply for funding to reduce the cost of hiring and training Albertans for new jobs.
Alberta Jobs Now Program
Service description: The Alberta Newcomer Recognition Awards celebrate outstanding accomplishments of immigrants including youth, women, seniors, entrepreneurs, workers and community builders. Brochures and social media information is available in 15 languages.
Alberta Newcomer Recognition Awards
Service description: Honouring the everyday heroes who are helping to make life better in communities across the province.
Alberta Northern Lights Volunteer Recognition Program
Service description: Seniors with low-income can get financial assistance to help with monthly living expenses.
Alberta Seniors Benefit
Description du service : Les personnes âgées à faible revenu peuvent obtenir une aide financière pour les aider à couvrir leurs frais de subsistance mensuels.
Prestation aux personnes âgées de l’Alberta
Service description: Eligible organizations can apply for funding to create services and initiatives that help newcomers settle and integrate in Alberta.
Alberta Settlement and Integration Program
Description du service : Les organismes admissibles peuvent demander du financement pour créer des services qui aident les nouveaux arrivants à s’établir en Alberta.
Programme d’établissement et d’intégration de l’Alberta
Service description: The government selects an Alberta-based artist each year to promote the value of the arts and artists in the province.
Alberta’s Artist in Residence and Arts Ambassador Program
Service description: The Assured Income for Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health benefits to eligible adult Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.
Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)
Service description: Collection agencies collect unpaid debts or locate debtors for others. Debt repayment agencies charge a fee to negotiate payment arrangements for people who owe money. The Fair Trading Act and the Collection and Debt Repayment Practices Regulation identify the rules these businesses and the people working for them must follow.
Tipsheet - Bill Collection and Debt Repayment
Service description: Learn how to register the birth of a child with the Alberta government.
Service description: The Alberta Breast Cancer Screening Program (ABCSP) is a provincial screening program that works to increase the number of women, aged 50 to 74, who have regular breast cancer screening using mammograms (breast x-ray)
Breast Cancer Screening Program
Service description: Actions and resources to help prevent bullying and build healthy relationships. Resources are available in 11 different languages.
Service description: Learn how to recognize, prevent and respond to signs of bullying in school.
Bullying Prevention for Educators
Service description: Eligible employers can get government funding to help employees and unemployed Albertans access training opportunities.
Canada-Alberta Job Grant
Service description: A five-year, $3 billion federal-provincial-territorial investment aimed at generating economic growth in the agricultural sector and delivering the greatest benefits for farmers, food processors and Canadian families.
Canadian Agricultural Partnership
Service description: Information and education for the public about the proper use of child safety seats. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Car Seat Safety
Service description: Meet with a Caseflow Conference coordinator to get help with resolving your parenting disputes and avoid going to court.
Service description: Find supports and know what happens when child abuse, neglect or sexual exploitation are reported.
Child Abuse, Neglect and Sexual Exploitation
Service description: Adult caregivers can apply for financial and medical benefits for a child if the child’s parents or guardians cannot care for the child.
Child and Youth Support Program
Service description: Subsidies are available to offset the cost of child care for eligible families.
Child Care Subsidy Program
Service description: How to become a guardian, foster parent or kinship caregiver, and learn about support for caregivers.
Child Guardianship, Foster Care or Kinship Care
Service description: Recalculation of court-ordered child support to maintain a fair standard of support. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Child Support Recalculation Program
Service description: This program is for self-represented parties in Edmonton who want to resolve a child support dispute without going to court. It is mandatory for all applications for child support by self-represented parties in the Court of Queen’s Bench. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Child Support Resolution (CSR) Edmonton
Service description: People at risk of domestic violence have the right to get information about potentially harmful intimate partners. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Service description: Offers small groups of people who get together on a regular basis to plan and cook meals. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Service description: Improve your reading, writing and learning skills in part-time learning opportunities that are close to your home.
Community Adult Learning Program
Service description: The Government of Alberta's Community Development Unit delivers sessions and workshops to help organizations strengthen their services.
Service description: Financial assistance to purchase, build, renovate, or upgrade public-use community facilities.
Community Facility Enhancement Program
Service description: This program provides funding to sanctioned national and international cultural and sport events.
Community Initiatives Program Major Cultural and Sport Events Grant Stream
Service description: This grant provides funding of ongoing core operations for non-profit organizations that address social issues.
Community Initiatives Program Operating Grant Stream
Service description: This program provides funding to new community-based programs, initiatives, events and publications.
Community Initiatives Program Project-Based Grant Stream
Service description: This program offers timely, consistent accessible care to individuals with suspicion of or diagnosis of breast cancer.
Comprehensive Breast Care Program
Service description: Our team of health promotion facilitators works in partnership with school authorities across Alberta. We use the comprehensive school health framework to help make schools healthier places for students and staff to learn, work, play, and grow.
Comprehensive School Health
Service description: Information for condominium owners, boards and corporations about Alberta condo laws.
Service description: Alberta’s Consumer Protection Act helps protect consumers from unfair practices and businesses from unfair competition. Alberta’s Consumer Bill of Rights was developed to help businesses and consumers understand their rights and responsibilities in Alberta’s marketplace.
Fact Sheet - Consumer Bill of Rights
Description du service : La loi sur la protection des consommateurs et consommatrices de l’Alberta (Alberta’s Consumer Protection Act) contribue à protéger les consommateurs contre les pratiques déloyales d’une part, et à protéger les entreprises contre la concurrence déloyale d’autre part. La déclaration des droits des consommateurs de l'Alberta a été conçue pour aider les entreprises et les consommateurs et consommatrices à comprendre leurs droits et leurs responsabilités sur le marché albertain.
Déclaration des droits des consommateurs
Service description: Places to get help for filling out court forms and to learn about court processes, programs and services. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Court Information Services
Service description: Parents and professionals can use the Talk Box resources for ideas and activities that encourage language development for children.
Creating Language Rich Environments
Description du service : Les parents et les spécialistes peuvent utiliser les ressources du guide « Talk Box » pour trouver des idées et des activités favorisant le développement du langage chez les enfants.
Création d’environnements riches sur le plan linguistique
Service description: Crowdfunding platform for Alberta non-profit organizations to share their ideas and seek community support.
Creative Partnerships Crowdfunding Alberta
Service description: This fact sheet lays out the licensing requirements for direct sales, what should be included in a contract, cancellation rights and how to cancel a contract, and warning signs to watch out for when dealing with direct sales.
Tipsheet - Dealing with Door-To-Door Sales
Service description: Eligible seniors can get help covering the cost of basic dental and optical services.
Dental and Optical Assistance for Seniors
Description du service : Les personnes âgées admissibles peuvent obtenir de l’aide pour couvrir les frais des services de base en matière de soins dentaires et de soins de la vue.
Soutien aux personnes âgées pour les soins dentaires et optiques
Service description: The Digital Overdose Response System (DORS) app allows Albertans using opioids or other substances to summon emergency response to their location if they become unconscious.
Digital Overdose Response System (DORS)
Service description: Disability Related Employment Supports (DRES) funding is available to pay for supports that help Albertans overcome barriers to education or employment caused by a disability.
Disability Related Employment Supports
Service description: This program is for parties in Calgary who want to resolve a child support dispute before going to court. It is mandatory for all applications for child support in the Calgary Court of Queen’s Bench. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Dispute Resolution Officer (DRO) (Calgary)
Service description: The Domestic Abuse Response Team (DART) offers specialized support to patients of all genders who are experiencing any form of domestic violence. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Domestic Abuse Response Team
Service description: Dower rights protect a spouse who does not appear in name on the title to their homestead (matrimonial home). In the event that a non-owning spouse is deprived of their rights, a claim can be made against the Land Titles Assurance Fund to pay the claim in the event of title fraud.
Dower Act Protection
Service description: To support parents and young families from pregnancy through the early years of childhood. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Early Childhood & Perinatal Mental Health Program
Service description: Offers navigation, education and support for families in many different settings including home-based (if needed) to children with developmental delays and/or disabilities. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Early Childhood Intervention Program
Service description: A home-based educational and support program for families who have a child, age birth to 3 1/2 year with two or more developmental delays and/or a diagnosed disability. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Early Intervention Program
Service description: The Eating Disorder Program (CEDP) provides specialized services to meet the needs of Albertans of all ages with a diagnosis of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and other specified feeding or eating disorders. Available in 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Eating Disorder Treatment Program - Calgary
Service description: 24/7 emergency support is available through the Income Support Contact Centre.
Emergency Financial Assistance
Service description: Services to help Albertans explore career, employment and training options. This includes Alberta Supports and Alberta Works Centres.
Service description: Community and Social Services offers no-cost employment programs for Albertans looking for work. The directory includes the following services which specifically target women: Candora Employment Preparation Program, Empower, Employment Services Program, and Women in Needs Society (WINS)
Employment Services Directory
Service description: Rules, regulations and compliance measures for employers and employees in Alberta workplaces.
Service description: This program provides funding for up to 3 years to Alberta-based capacity building non-profit organizations.
Enhanced Capacity Advancement Program
Service description: Emergency funding is available to help people who are escaping family violence or domestic violence.
Escaping Abuse Benefit
Service description: Municipalities and Metis Settlements can apply for a funding partnership to support preventive social service programs in communities.
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)
Service description: An initiative of Alberta Health Services in partnership with the Calgary Health Foundation, offering information, education and support to family caregiver. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Family Caregiver Centre- Calgary
Service description: Contact family court counsellors to get help with preparing for court, accessing the court system and resolving your parenting dispute. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Family Court Counsellor Assistance
Service description: Support and information for families of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. Services offered in Cree and Dene.
Family Information Liaison Unit
Service description: Family court and mediation, family law kits, and how to respond to a Divorce Act or Family Law Act application. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Family Law Assistance
Service description: Parents who qualify can register online for a free family mediation program. Translation serivces available through the Language Line.
Service description: Learn about Family Resource Networks services and supports for children up to 18 years old.
Family Resource Network Program
Description du service : Renseignez-vous sur les mesures de soutien et les services des Réseaux de ressources familiales pour les enfants de moins de 18 ans.
Réseaux de ressources familiales à l’échelle provinciale
Service description: Learn how to support family violence prevention at work
Family Violence Prevention at Work
Service description: Get help if you are experiencing an abusive relationship, and find resources to help prevent family violence and domestic violence.
Family Violence webpages
Service description: Funding and programs to assist rural Albertans with essential services at a reasonable cost.
Farm Fuel and Rural Utility Programs
Service description: A collection of federal funding programs available to Alberta’s agricultural sector.
Federal Agriculture Funding Programs and Services in Alberta
Service description: You can file a complaint against a business, or a person running a business, for an unfair business or tenancy transaction.
File a Consumer Complaint
Service description: Alberta Health Services online tools to find a physician or family doctor.
Find a Doctor
Service description: Alberta Health Services online tool to find a hospital or medical facility near you.
Find a Hospital or Medical Facility
Service description: Find potential affordable housing options that may suit your situation.
Find Housing Digital Service
Service description: When parents and caregivers go to work or school, they need to know their children are safe and have the resources they need to grow and thrive. Find information and resources, and learn what to look for in a quality program when choosing child care in Alberta.
Finding and Choosing Child Care
Service description: Funding to help adult Albertans get the basic education upgrading or English as a Second Language they need for further training or a job.
Foundational Learning and Skills Development
Service description: We can prevent and end gender-based violence, support survivors and address the root causes of why it happens.
Gender Based Violence Prevention
Description du service : Nous pouvons prévenir la violence fondée sur le sexe et y mettre fin, en découvrir les causes et soutenir les survivants.
Prévention de la violence fondée sur le sexe
Service description: Information on business licences, other licences and registrations in Alberta and additional resources for businesses.
Get a Business License
Service description: Learn about the opportunities with the Alberta Public Service for current students.
Summer Student Opportunities
Service description: A full A-Z listing of AHS programs and services, including searches by service type and location.
Health Topics and Services Website
Service description: Healthy Parents, Healthy Children is Alberta Health Services' practical guide to pregnancy and being a parent. Find knowledge, evidence and best practices.
Healthy Parents Healthy Children
Service description: The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act provides access to records held by public bodies, including access to an individual’s own personal information, and allows individuals to request a correction of their own personal information held by a public body.
How to Make a FOIP Request
Service description: Children with special needs can get support from the Inclusive Child Care Program in licensed daycare, out-of-school care and preschool programs, and through a licensed family day home agency.
Inclusive Child Care
Service description: Income Support can help you and your family with basic living costs and other necessities. Depending on your needs and situation you may be eligible to receive assistance through Alberta’s Income Support program.
Service description: Programs that support unemployed or marginally employed Indigenous members by helping them get the necessary workplace skills and training.
Indigenous Employment and Training Partnerships
Service description: This program partners with Indigenous peoples, communities and key stakeholders to provide accessible, culturally appropriate health services for First Nations, Métis and Inuit people in Alberta, including patient navigation services. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Indigenous Wellness Core
Service description: Graphic novels and videos for First Nations and Métis youth to help with suicide prevention.
Indigenous Youth Suicide Prevention
Service description: In Alberta, the Residential Tenancies Act applies to most people who rent the place where they live. This law sets out the rights and responsibilities that apply to tenants. This publication contains inspection reports and sample cleaning list.
Tipsheet - Information for Landlords
Service description: In Alberta, the Residential Tenancies Act applies to most people who rent the place where they live. This law sets out the rights and responsibilities that apply to tenants. This publication contains tips in a one-stop location: inspection reports, sample cleaning list, and a checklist for tenants.
Tipsheet - Information for Tenants
Description du service : En Alberta, la loi sur la location de locaux d’habitation (Residential Tenancies Act) s'applique à la plupart des personnes qui louent le logement où elles vivent. Cette loi définit les droits et les responsabilités qui s'appliquent aux locataires. Cette publication rassemble de nombreux conseils, y compris des rapports d’état des lieux, des exemples de listes de nettoyage et une liste de contrôle pour les locataires, en un seul endroit.
Renseignements pour les locataires
Service description: Get your foreign-earned credentials assessed for immigration or work and study. This resource is available in multiple languages.
International Qualifications Assessment Service
Description du service : Évaluation des titres de compétences étrangers aux fins de l’immigration, du travail ou des études, et ressources de l’IQAS.
Évaluation des qualifications internationales
Service description: Shopping on the internet is different than shopping at your local mall. The Internet Sales Contract Regulation applies to residents of Alberta or to people purchasing goods or services from Alberta businesses that sell online.
Tipsheet - Internet Shopping
Service description: Apply for jobs with the Alberta Public Service and public agency boards.
Jobs with the Government of Alberta
Service description: A summer employment opportunity for high school students in Alberta, as well as post-secondary students or graduates from across the country (and beyond).
Junior Forest Rangers
Service description: Workforce Partnerships grants support Alberta’s industry sector, employer associations and unions with common labour market challenges across Alberta. These grants ensure Albertans are well prepared to participate in the dynamic labour market.
Labour Market Partnerships Grants
Service description: Breastfeeding support through telephone counselling and home visits. Public Health Nurses respond to questions and concerns about infant feeding. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Lactation Consultant (Publich Health) - Various Communities
Service description: This program conserves ecologically important areas to prevent habitat fragmentation, maintain biodiversity and preserve native landscapes.
Land Trust Grant Program
Service description: A publicly funded, non-profit organization that provides affordable legal services in family law, domestic violence, child welfare, immigration, and youth and adult criminal defense. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Legal Aid Alberta
Service description: Funding, supports and services for Alberta parents and families, and child care programs and educators.
Licensed Child Care
Service description: Collection and enforcement of court-ordered child support, spousal and partner support, and MEP supports and resources. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Maintenance Enforcement Program
Service description: Steps to getting married in Alberta, including licences, certificates and registration, and information about who can legally perform a marriage ceremony.
Service description: Mental Health Capacity Building (MHCB) works to promote positive mental health in children, youth and families in the communities where they live. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Mental Health Capacity Building Program
Service description: This service offers assessment, support and treatment for children, youth and families who are experiencing challenges related to gender identity. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Service description: Flexible learning opportunities that help Albertans quickly gain the credentials they need to build successful careers.
Service description: Explore hands-on learning opportunities for students to gain world-class research skills from experienced industry professionals.
Mitacs Internship Funding
Service description: This service is an integrated model of mobile and outreach services for street-involved individuals that serves youth and adults negatively affected by substance use. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Mobile Addictions Outreach Initiatives
Service description: Offers fall prevention and independent living exercise classes at a variety of sites throughout the city. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Move 'n Mingle Fall Prevention Exercise Program- Calgary
Service description: This program supports initiatives and projects that build intercultural awareness and understanding. To enhance the public's understanding of the Multiculturalism, Indigenous and Inclusion Program – and to help make the granting process more equitable and accessible for all community organizations – the program's fact sheet is available in 15 different languages.
Multiculturalism, Indigenous and Inclusion Grant Program
Service description: Parents, guardians, and teachers can access resources to support student growth and learning. Find links for educational materials to develop literacy and numeracy, along with health and wellness information.
NewLearn Alberta Student learning Hub
Description du service : Les parents, les tuteurs et les enseignants peuvent accéder à des ressources pour soutenir l’épanouissement et l’apprentissage des élèves. Trouvez des liens vers du matériel éducatif pour développer la littératie et la numératie, ainsi que de l’information sur la santé et le bienêtre. Visitez souvent le centre pour obtenir de nouvelles ressources et des mises à jour.
Centre d'apprentissage des élèves
Service description: Albertans without health benefit plans can get immediate, no-cost access to opioid agonist medications for up to 120 days.
Opioid Agonist Therapy Gap Coverage Program
Service description: This program provides funding for community projects that fall outside the scope of other Community Grants programs.
Other Initiatives Program
Service description: Tips and videos to help you support the healthy development of your baby or toddler
Description du service : Des conseils et des vidéos pour vous aider à soutenir le développement sain de votre bébé ou tout-petit.
Conseils aux parents
Service description: Describes what a payday loan is, to whom the Payday Loans Regulation applies, how to repay a payday loan, how to cancel a loan, the rules of conduct for payday lenders, cash cards and payday loans, and what to do if you cannot pay back a payday loan
Tipsheet - Payday Lending
Service description: Provides information on topics relevant to the pelvic floor issues women experience, as well as links to clinics in the province.
Pelvic Floor Health
Service description: Register an interest in the Personal Property Registry.
Personal Property Liens
Service description: Supports students studying in the arts, humanities and social sciences who are working to advance gender equality.
Persons Case Scholarship
Service description: Alberta Health Services resources to support parents and families.
Post Partum Depression Resources
Service description: The Preconception Health initiative promotes healthy lifestyles in the preconception period (before pregnancy) for people 18 – 44 years of age.
Ready or Not Alberta
Service description: Information regarding pregnancy options, decision making support and abortion services. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Service description: Learn how to get support if you are a pregnant or parenting teen.
Service description: Information about pregnancy, birth, and parenting. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Prenatal Classes and Programs
Service description: Victim services units support victims of crime in partnership with the RCMP, municipal police services and community-based programs.
Province-Wide Network of Victim-Serving Organizations
Service description: Provides assessment and treatment for individuals who have been mandated through the court system for charges related to intimate partner violence, as well as to voluntary clients. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Provincial Family Violence Treatment Program
Service description: Organizations can apply for grant funding for projects promoting the conservation and long-term sustainability of Alberta’s rangelands.
Rangeland Sustainability Program Fund
Service description: Residential schools survivors and persons who were part of the Sixties Scoop may reclaim their Indigenous name at no cost; descendants such as children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and spouses/partners of residential school and Sixties Scoop survivors are also eligible for name changes.
Reclamation of Indigenous names
Service description: Recovery Access Alberta will help to inform Albertans of recovery service options available so they can choose an appropriate program or service that fits with their unique situation and meets their individual needs.
Recovery Access Alberta
Service description: Find out about financial assistance and other help available to refugees in Alberta.
Service description: In Alberta, the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act applies to people who own a mobile home and rent the mobile home site from a landlord. This law sets out the rights and responsibilities that apply to these tenancies.
Tipsheet - Renting a Mobile Home Site
Service description: Provides short term (up to 6 sessions) counselling and consultation services to support mental health concerns for women who are going through or have gone through a reproductive event (pregnancy, postpartum, bereavement). Interpreter/Translation services available.
Reproductive Mental Health and Bereavement
Service description: The Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service is a quasi-judicial tribunal that offers landlords and tenants a method of resolving disputes under the jurisdiction of the Residential Tenancies Act and the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act without going to court.
Residential Tenancy Dispute Resolution Service
Service description: Eligibility and applying for restraining and protecting orders for victims of violence and those afraid of their personal safety. Translation services available through the Language Line.
Restraining and Protection Orders
Service description: Allows for victims of family violence to end a residential tenancy agreement without financial penalty.
Overview- Safer Spaces for Victims of Domestic Violence
Service description: Information for tenants to assist them in ending their tenancy agreement without financial penalty by getting a certificate confirming they're victims of domestic violence.
Tipsheet - Safer Spaces for Victims of Domestic Violence
Service description: Find an Alberta school or school authority.
Description du service : Vous cherchez une école en particulier? Consultez la liste des autorités régionales francophones et des écoles francophones, ou la liste de toutes les écoles et les autorités scolaires de l’Alberta (en anglais), qui contient également le nom des personnes-ressources et leurs coordonnées.
Répertoire – autorités et écoles
Service description: Eligible seniors can access a variety of financial and health support programs. Individual programs on this page may be available in French.
Seniors Financial Assistance programs
Service description: Low-interest home equity loans can cover a range of home adaptations and renovations to help seniors stay in their homes longer.
Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP)
Service description: Eligible senior homeowners can defer all or part of their municipal property taxes with a low-interest home equity loan.
Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program
Service description: A person’s sex indicator on their Alberta birth record may be amended to M, F or X.
Sex Indicator on a Birth Record
Service description: Learn how to apply to change the sex marker on your driver’s licence or identification card to "F", "M", or "X."
Sex Markers on ID Cards
Service description: A collection of resources about healthy sexuality and reproductive health. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Sexual and Reproductive Health
Service description: Know what sexual harassment is, who it impacts and what can be done to prevent it at work.
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Service description: Provides sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing diagnosis and treatment for all ages. Pregnancy testing & support. Free birth control program for women under age 26. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Sexual Health Clinic- Red Deer
Service description: Alberta has made a government-wide commitment to prevent sexual violence and improve supports for survivors.
Sexual Violence Prevention
Service description: Provides sexually transmitted infection (STI) testing diagnosis and treatment for all ages. Pregnancy testing & support. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinic - Calgary
Service description: Confidential and free STI (sexually transmitted infection)testing and treatment, as well as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis testing services. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinic - Edmonton
Service description: Confidential and free STI (sexually transmitted infection) testing and treatment, as well as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis testing services. 240 languages available through the Language Line.
Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinic - Fort McMurray
Service description: Individuals and families can access emergency shelters and temporary housing when facing family violence, domestic violence or homelessness.
Shelters and Short-Term/Long-Term Supportive Housing
Service description: Supports are available to help Alberta entrepreneurs and small businesses start, grow and succeed.
Small Business Resources
Description du service : Ressources offertes aux entrepreneurs et aux petites entreprises de l’Alberta pour se lancer en affaires, croitre et réussir
Ressources pour les petites entreprises
Service description: Seniors with low-income can get financial assistance to help afford the cost of appliances and specific health and personal supports.
Special Needs Assistance for Seniors
Description du service : Les aînés à faible revenu peuvent recevoir un appui financier pour l’achat d’appareils ménagers et de certains services de santé et de soutien personnel.
Aide pour les besoins spéciaux des personnes âgées
Service description: Provides financial assistance to not-for-profit organizations that increase sport opportunities for athletes, coaches, officials and volunteer leaders from under-represented and marginalized populations; and support projects strengthening physical literacy in children and youth that are compatible with the first 3 stages of the long-term development framework.
Sport Participation Support Program
Service description: Nominate a youth, adult or senior volunteer who has contributed to the well-being of their community.
Stars of Alberta Volunteer Awards
Service description: Commonly used forms and information to incorporate a business, find a business registry, and register, change or cancel a business name.
Starting a Business
Service description: Student Aid is a government service that provides student loans, grants, scholarships, and awards to help you pay for your post-secondary education.
Service description: Information related to the Tax Exempt Fuel User (TEFU) declaration and the process to get a fuel tax rebate.
Tax Exempt Fuel Use and Fuel Tax Rebates
Service description: The Teaching Sexual Health initiative was developed to support teachers, educators and parents in teaching sexual health to children and youth. The online resource includes both a teacher and parent portal.
Teaching Sexual Health
Service description: The alis website offers self-directed services online and features thousands of Alberta-specific job postings and offers resources to help individuals write a resume or cover letter, prepare for an interview and learn about 550 potential occupations. Many resources on the Alis site are available in French.
The Alberta Learning Information Service (alis)
Service description: Offers care to women in perimenopause and menopause by providing medical support for symptoms affecting quality of life. Interpreter/Translation services available.
The Menopause Clinic - Edmonton
Service description: Programs and services to help individuals find and keep jobs, get training and adapt to a changing labour market.
Training and Employment Services
Service description: The Travelling Low Vision Clinic (TLVC) is designed to provide educational programming considerations for children and students with low vision in Alberta.
Travelling Low Vision Clinics
Service description: The UCA has a mandate to educate and mediate for Alberta’s small business, farm, and residential electricity, natural gas and water consumers, and advocate for energy consumers. The UCA provides advice and information on energy-related issues like energy choice and charges on a utility bill.
Utilities Consumer Advocate
Service description: This program offers same-day treatment anywhere in the province with no wait-list to access evidence-based medications, including the newly approved sublocade injection.
Virtual Opioid Dependency Program (VODP)
Service description: Download forms, order documents and access historical vital statistics records.
Vital Event Certificate Ordering
Service description: Apply for funding for projects that enhance watershed resiliency to floods and droughts.
Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program
Service description: Describes the legal action a creditor may take if you do not pay your debts.
Tipsheet - What Creditors Can Do if You Don't Pay
Service description: Female coaches can apply for an apprenticeship through Canada Games.
Women in Coaching Canada Games Apprenticeship Program
Service description: Resources to help assist with removing barriers that keep women from joining boards, running for office and leading in the workforce.
Women in Leadership and Elected Office
Service description: Women studying in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, and working to advance gender equality in their field can apply.
Women in STEM Scholarship
Service description: Funding projects that increase women's participation in the economy.
Women's Economic Recovery Challenge Grant
Service description: A collection of resources available in the Calgary zone to support women. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Women's Health Resources- Calgary Zone
Service description: A place where clients, families, caregivers, and staff can access health information and resources in printed matter or from online. Interpreter/Translation services available.
Women's Resource Centre - Edmonton
Service description: Creating new learning opportunities to help students get the job ready-skills they need, while providing employers with access to local talent.
Work-Integrated Learning Voucher Program
Service description: The Youth Agriculture Education Program provides support for programming to help student engage in meaningful and informed conversations about issues that affect public trust in agriculture.
Youth Agriculture Education