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YMCA of Northern Alberta is proud to work in partnership with community organizations throughout the Edmonton Capital Region to address homelessness. A number of programs are currently available.
Homeward Bound embraces the principle of Housing First—that every person has the right to a safe, secure home. The focus is on ending homelessness by providing permanent housing and follow-up support. Individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness are housed first and then given appropriate supports to address barriers, establish relationships, access resources and improve...
Affordable Housing Program The Melcor YMCA Village helps people who have housing affordability needs and would benefit from a lower rent. Melcor YMCA Village is an affordable housing facility and participates in the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program. Facts Unit Rental Rates are 10% - 15% below the average market rental rate, which is set by the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation in April...
The YMCA Family Resource Centre is part of the first phase of the Boyle Street Plaza
, a multi-phase, far-reaching community redevelopment situated in the area between 95 and 96 Streets and extending north from 103A Avenue to the LRT tracks. Boyle Renaissance Redevelopment Phase 1 is a made-in-community solution that provides a range of services and programs that include child care, family services, housing, community, social, recreation and park space. Within Phase 1, The YMCA of Northern Alberta is partnered with the Boyle Street Community League, the City of Edmonton and Capital Region Housing Corporation.