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Enhanced Supports Centres making life better

Families in north-central Alberta can now visit 11 new Alberta Supports Centres to access the programs and services they rely on.

Alberta Supports Centres help Albertans connect seamlessly to a range of supports they may need, such as the Alberta Seniors Benefit, Child Care Subsidy and Income Support.

"During tough times, Albertans need and deserve to have supports that are easily accessible and are provided in a friendly, respectful environment. As part of our government’s commitment to protect and improve the things that make a difference, we are expanding access to these critical services in new Alberta Supports Centres. I’m proud to see these new centres making life better for families and communities across this province."

Irfan Sabir, Minister of Community and Social Services

There are now more than 40 Alberta Supports Centres throughout the province, where Alberta Supports coordinators take a person-centred approach to help Albertans connect with more than 30 different social programs and 120 community services for:

  • seniors
  • employment
  • financial needs
  • children and youth
  • parents and families
  • people with disabilities
  • guardianship and trusteeship
  • abuse, bullying and family violence prevention

Albertans can access Alberta Supports services in three ways:

New Alberta Supports Centres

  • Athabasca, 4810 50 Street
  • Barrhead, 6203 49 Street
  • Bonnyville, 5201 44 Street
  • Cold Lake, Tri City Mall, 6501B 51 Street
  • Edson, Provincial Building, 111 54 Street
  • Hinton, 568 Carmichael Lane
  • Lac La Biche, Provincial Building, 9503 Beaverhill Road
  • St. Paul, 5025 49 Avenue
  • Vegreville, 5121 49 Street
  • Westlock, 11304 99 Street
  • Whitecourt, Midtown Mall, 5115 49 Street

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