Support Services

Support Services

Alberta 2-1-1

Call 2-1-1 or visit 2-1-1 online for information and referrals to more than 120 social benefits and services for seniors, work or training, income support, disabilities, bullying, family violence, homelessness, child care subsidy, and more.

Note: Alberta 2-1-1 does not provide legal advice or legal consultation. Check the legal clinics below for legal support resources. 

Resolution Services
Tenancy and Landlord Disputes
Employment and Training Agencies
Help for Refugee Claimants

The Refugee Claimant Information Pamphlet from the Government of Canada provides asylum claimants with important information about applying for refugee protection in Canada, resources available and helpful links. The pamphlet is available in English, French and nine other languages.

My Refugee Claim provides an accessible step-by-step walkthrough of the refugee claim process. There is also a helpful glossary to help claimants understand the important words and terms they will hear during the process. The site is available in English and French.

Law Society of Alberta

With the Legal Aid Alberta’s Lawyer Directory, you can find and choose a preferred lawyer. The directory lists lawyers on Legal Aid Alberta’s roster.

For a full list of lawyers practicing in Alberta, visit the Law Society of Alberta.

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