211 is a 24-hour information and referral line that helps people connect to social, health and government services.
211 Alberta – Edmonton and Area is a program that is operated by the Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region. 211 provides information/referral services and connects people to a full range of essential social, health, and government services in the community.
Citizens living in the Edmonton, Leduc, Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County can reach the Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton Region’s 211 services by dialling 2-1-1. Outside of those areas people can call 780-482-4636 to reach 211.
Catholic Social Services is a multi-function social service agency that serves people of all faiths and cultures throughout central and northeast Alberta. Site offers information on CSS programs, which focus on: children and youth, family, immigration and settlement, community, and more.
Published by the City of Edmonton. These pages provide demographic information for both the City of Edmonton and the Edmonton Census Metropolitan Area (CMA). Site includes topic-based reports, area profiles (for neighbourhoods, electoral wards, etc.), thematic maps (presenting demographics visually), population forecasts / historical profiles, and municipal census results.
E4C is a human services organization that works towards changing lives and building stronger communities by feeding hungry people, providing affordable housing, offering safety and support, and providing parenting and early education support. The 4 C's: Courage, Compassion, Connection and Commitment. Site offers information on E4C programs, news and publications.
Published by the City of Edmonton. This section of the site contains information about economic trends such as economic growth, prices, interest rates, income, and employment. Includes information on land use, land inventory, economic trends and forecasts, prices and income, taxes and utility charges (comparison with other cities), and other factors affecting homes, groups, or businesses. The Cityï¿½s quarterly report City Trends is also available here.
The ECVO is a charitable organization that seeks to provide leadership and resources for the voluntary sector. Their goal is to be a voice for the not-for-profit sector. Site contains many useful links for non-profits and other resources, including a management library for non-profits and information on numerous voluntary sector management programs.
The Edmonton Community Foundation exists to help the people of Edmonton and area by encouraging philanthropy and funding charitable activities.
The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues is a coalition of 150 independent community leagues across Edmonton. The Federation works towards the betterment of the community through affordable community-based activities and advocating on issues that impact communities. Site includes resources on community consultation and community building.
Published by the City of Edmonton. Edmonton Maps allows you to search an interactive map of Edmonton by neighbourhood. Includes demographic and crime statistics, links to profiles and reports, and more.
Edmonton.Com is managed by the
Homeward Trust Edmonton works to address the ongoing lack of affordable housing sufficient to meet the needs of the city of Edmonton's lower-income and special needs citizens. Site contains housing related links, reports, and news.
Located in central Edmonton, the Pride Centre of Edmonton provides resources, support and programming for the GLBTTIQ (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered Transsexual, Intersex & Questioning) community and its supporters in Edmonton, AB and surrounding areas. The Pride Centre also maintains Alberta's largest collection of gay and lesbian books and resources, with an
United Way of the Alberta Capital Region is a registered charity working to bring people and resources together to build caring, vibrant communities. Site offers information on United Way initiatives and community news and arising needs.