Community Directory

24 hour service

Smoker's Help Line 8am-8pm

Area office:

5025-49 ave

St Paul, Alberta

(780)645-6346

www.aadac.com
1(866)332-2322

Career and employment specialists who have been providing employment support, services, and programs for job seekers and employers in a number of Alberta communities.

www.ability.ab.ca

Provides financial and health benefits to adult Albertans with a permanent severe disability who are unable to support themselves.

www.seniors.gov.ab.ca
1(866)477-8589

Ph 310-0000 then dial (780)853-8150

www.advancededucation.gov.ab.ca/appren/

Under the Alberta Child Health Benefit, children in lower income families get free health benefits.  Coverage includes dental care, eyeglasses, perscription drugs, ambulance services and basic diabetic supplies.  Parents must apply to receive this benefit.  There is no cost to enroll.

www.gov.ab.ca/hre/achb
1(877)469-5437

The Human Resources & Employment Centers offer information to worker and employer clients on job openings, labor market conditions, available training courses and employment and immigration programs and services.  They provide and process applications for employment insurance and social insurance numbers.  They also offer counselling for the special needs of handicapped and employment disadvantaged clients.

www.employment.alberta.ca
1(800)661-3753
www.cra-arc.gc.ca
1(800)959-2809

Offers information about employment standards, workplace health and safety standards. (Non union inquiries only)

 

Ph 310-0000 then dial (780) 427-3731

Phone 310-0000 then (780)427-1432

www.health.gov.ab.ca

Income support provides financial benefits to individuals and families who do not have the resources to meet their basic needs like food, clothing, and shelter.

www.employment.alberta.ca
1(866)644-5135