Community Resources

Community Links
Community Links is a nonprofit, charitable organization which provides support and services to individuals and families in Airdrie and surrounding areas, North Rocky View Region.
Airdrie Food Bank
The Airdrie Food Bank collects and distributes food to those in need and educates the community on hunger related issues.
Airdrie & District Victim Assistance Society
ADVAS will listen, comfort and reassure you when the RCMP request our services and during follow up calls. We come to your home, on scene or meet you at the RCMP detachment. ADVAS offers Court Support Services if you are required to make a court appearance.
Urgent Care Services
Urgent Care Services are for people who have unexpected but non-life-threatening health concerns that usually require same-day treatment.
Assessment and Treatment Services - Mental Health
Located in the provincial building, services include: assessment, treatment, therapy, psychiatric consultation and more.
Airdrie Teen and Young Adult Clinic
Be heard. Talk freely. Find answers.
Centre for Suicide Prevention
Affiliated with Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), CSP offers training (community workshops and online courses) and has the largest English language library dedicated to the collection and dissemination of suicide prevention, intervention and postvention resources. Our services are used by students, professionals, academians, youth, caregivers and community members across Alberta, Canada, and internationally.
Protection of Children Abusing Drugs (PChAD)
The Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act (PChAD) is an Alberta law that took effect on July 1, 2006 to help children under 18 years of age whose use of alcohol or drugs is likely to cause significant psychological or physical harm to themselves or others.
Boys and Girls Club of Airdrie
The mission of the BGC is to provide a safe, supportive place where children and youth can experience new opportunities, overcome barriers, build positive relationships and develop confidence and skills for life.
Avenue 15 ~ Shelter for Youth
Currently, there is no youth homeless shelter in Airdrie. Avenue 15, located in Calgary, provides temporary basic shelter for youth between the ages of 12 and 17.
Distress Centre
To improve the quality of life in our community by providing crisis support, information and referral services without discrimination. 403.266.HELP
Calgary Women's Shelter
We are here to support individuals and families in their efforts to live free from family violence and abuse. 24 Hour Family Violence Helpline: 403-234-SAFE (7233)
The Mustard Seed
BUILDING COMMUNITY, GROWING HOPE, SUPPORTING CHANGE The Mustard Seed helps meet the basic needs of shelter, food, clothing and acceptance for men and women experiencing poverty, and works with them to find sustainable housing and employment.
Stephen's Backpacks Society
Our Mission: Rallying our communities and the children within them to help children in need.
Inn From the Cold
To provide emergency shelter, support and programs to homeless children, their families and others in need, with the goal of building healthy, stable families and ending homelessness.
Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre: Helping Women in Crisis
We are a non-profit agency offering assistance for anyone facing an unplanned pregnancy or experiencing post abortion stress. 403.269.3110
Calgary Youth Justice Society
The Calgary Youth Justice Society engages communities with young people to foster choices and opportunities that build upon their strengths, diverting them from crime.
2011 Calgary Youth Services Guide
The Calgary Youth Services Guide is a publication of The City of Calgary Community & Neighbourhood Services. It contains a listing of agencies and organizations that provide programs and services for youth. If you can, bring up your concern with a parent or legal guardian first. If not, try another responsible adult like a school counsellor, teacher or religious leader. If you still need assistance, open these pages and find out who can lend a hand.
Connect Teen - 24 Hour Support Line
ConnecTeen is a confidential peer support service for youth in the Calgary area. Some things can be really difficult to open up about, so it’s best to talk to someone who knows exactly where you’re coming from. We can connect you with a peer who understands your unique perspective and can help talk though your problems. We don’t talk, we listen. Our service is confidential, anonymous and non-judgmental.
Airdrie Public Library
Relevant. Responsive. Renewed.
University of Calgary Applied Psychological & Educational Services
U-CAPES provides high quality, low-cost clinical, psychological and educational services to children, youth adults and families.
Big Brothers Big Sisters
McMan Youth, Family and Community Services Association
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Equine Connection
To provide healing opportunities to youth through the use of horses, in a creative, challenging and non-traditional environment.
Calgary John Howard Society
The Calgary John Howard Society is a community-based charitable organization dedicated to reducing the incidence of crime and increasing community safety through preventative and restorative justice practices.
Calgary John Howard Society
The Calgary John Howard Society is a community-based charitable organization dedicated to reducing the incidence of crime and increasing community safety through preventative and restorative justice practices.
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