Hardin Street YMCA
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Current Programs & Services
Since physical distancing became an important part of life, YMCA of Northern Alberta community programs have adjusted to continue offering programs and services online or in adapted settings to support the needs of the community. They are providing ways for people to connect with one another, find a community to belong to and thrive off the support others can give to help them live happy, healthy lives at a time when people need help the most.
The community in Wood Buffalo can find the following supportive programs:
Housing and Employment Services
- Housing First supports people experiencing or at risk of experiencing chronic homelessness.
- Bridging the Gap helps young people get the job skills they need to find meaningful employment.
- Temporary Foreign Worker program assists foreign works to support and adjust in the community, while working in Canada.
- Employment Link (Elink) program links French-speaking Canadians and immigrants to employment opportunities in the region.
- Local Immigrant Partnership (LIP) collaborates with other newcomer agencies to improve and build a more welcoming & inclusive community.
- Immigrant & Settlement Services (ISS) helps newcomers call Fort McMurray home.
Youth and Family Support
- Family Connect – Home Visitation supports parents and caregivers of children 0–6 years old.
Community and housing programs and services that are founded on inclusion, safety, respect, care, laughter and learning within a stable and supportive environment. For more information on these programs, click on one of the program links above.
Hardin Street YMCA: Facility Info
Wellness at HomeWe know your community, your family and your daily life has been changed by COVID-19, but you are not alone. The YMCA is here for you! We can help you on your fitness journey, support your child's healthy development and offer resources for families and individuals, even as we practice social distancing and self-isolating to keep our whole community safe.
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Your opportunity to change the life of a child, individual or family.
The YMCA of Northern Alberta has been serving the community since 1907. Together, we’ve helped people grow and thrive despite economic uncertainty, world wars and global pandemics. While we can't predict the future, we know that with your help, we'll be able to serve our community in the ways they need it most while everyone gets back on their feet.
You have the opportunity to create an impact in one of four areas: