Homelessness in Edmonton
  • Boyle Street Community Services

    Since 1971, Boyle Street Community Services has been supporting individuals and families who are experiencing homelessness and poverty in Edmonton.


  • #endhomelessnessyeg

    EDMONTON’S PLAN TO END HOMELESSNESS Together we can ensure everyone has a place to call home


  • 7 Cities

    "7 Cities" is made up of the lead organizations responsible for the implementation of local Plans to End Homelessness. The seven Alberta cities coordinate local plans at a systems level and align funding resources for greater impact and progress.


  • Bissell Centre

    Everything Bissell Centre does is grounded in its vision of eliminating poverty. Working in community, we remove barriers and support people as they move out of poverty.


  • Homeward Trust

    Our work is grounded in the belief that everyone has the right to a home and that our communities are stronger, safer, and more vibrant for everyone when homelessness is addressed. Ultimately, the solution to homelessness is housing.


  • YESS - Youth Empowerment & Support Services

    Based in Edmonton, Youth Empowerment and Support Services (YESS) provides immediate and low-barrier 24/7 shelter, daytime resources and services, temporary supportive housing, and individualized wrap-around supports for young people aged 15–24.


  • Homeless Hub's Community Profile for Edmonton

    The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The COH is the curator of the Homeless Hub – a library of over 30,000 resources.


What God's Doing in your Back Alley
  • Salvation Army Edmonton

    The Salvation Army - Edmonton Centre of Hope is committed to providing programs and services that celebrate personal growth, support diversity and inclusion, promote wellness, encourage excellence, and inspire faith.


  • Inner City Pastoral Ministry

    ICPM is an interdenominational faith outreach program formed in 1978 and incorporated under the Societies Act in 1994 to provide pastoral care in Edmonton’s Boyle-McCauley neighborhoods.


  • Hope Mission

    Hope Mission is a not-for-profit Christian social care agency founded in 1929 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.


  • The Mustard Seed

    To eliminate homelessness and reduce poverty where we serve. To build hope and well-being for our most vulnerable citizens through Jesus’ love.