PALS Pantry in the PALS office
The PALS pantry has food and other goods for people who may need them. “Give what you can – Take what you need”.
211 Alberta helps you find the right resource or service for whatever issue you need help with. The service is free, confidential and available in over 170 languages over the phone. 211 is available 24/7 by phone, text and chat. Topics include:
- Crisis Resources
- Disability Supports
- Financial Supports
- Food and Basic Needs
- Mental Health and Addictions
- Newcomers to Canada
- Shelter and Housing
- Violence and Abuse
The Ride Transit Program
Supplies greater access to Edmonton Transit Service by reducing financial barriers for individuals and families in Edmonton. Through a partnership with the Government of Alberta, this program supplies Adult and Youth monthly bus passes to eligible Edmontonians at a subsidized rate.
The Leisure Access Program (LAP)
Allows eligible low-income Edmontonians to access participating City of Edmonton recreation facilities through an annual pass or a subsidized monthly pass.
Alberta Supports can help you access more than 30 programs and 120 services for seniors, people with disabilities, job seekers, parents and families, homelessness, financial assistance, abuse, and family violence prevention.
Canadian Mental Health Association
Phone: 780-482-HELP (4357)
Centre for Family Literacy
Provides a wide range of adult and family literacy programs in Edmonton.
Edmonton Food Bank
Edmonton’s Food Bank provides food and services to empower individuals struggling with food security and poverty.
The Family Centre
Helps you navigate through change, raise healthy children, develop strong and healthy relationships, and heal from trauma.
Website: www.family centre.org
The Family Resource Centres
Helps you navigate and access disability supports and services in Alberta.
Provides health advice and information 24/7.
The Reuse Centre
Accepts various items from Edmonton residents free of charge and makes them available to individuals for reuse.