FCSS provides support and access to a variety of services for those in our community who are facing housing challenges. Our Client Support Worker can assist you with housing needs. For assistance or to learn more, please call 780-980-7109.
- Leduc Overnight Winter Shelter– New location as of January 16, 2021, located at 5110-47 Street. Check-in only from 9:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. Meal and bed provided until 8 a.m. Drug and alcohol-free facility.
- Homeward Trust Edmonton: COVID-19 resources for vulnerable populations
- Emergency Shelters: Programs that provide a temporary or transitional place to stay for people who are in crisis or homeless individuals and families.
- Temporary Accommodations during COVID-19 - the City of Edmonton is supporting community agencies operating temporary 24/7 accommodations beyond existing overnight homeless shelters.
The Leduc Regional Housing Foundation provides housing to seniors, individuals and families of modest means within the Leduc region.
Hope Mission provides basic and emergency care including meals, housing, counselling and referral services for men, women and youth.
The Herb Jamieson Centre, operated by Hope Mission, offers short-term and emergency room and board to men with little or no resources.
The Salvation Army Addictions & Residential Centre offers an addictions recovery program and shelter to men, aged 18 or older.
Alberta’s Council of Women’s Shelters (ACWS) – to speak to someone at a shelter near you, call the 24/7 toll free line at 1-866-331-3933
The Lurana Shelter offers access to emergency shelter and support for women with or without children fleeing domestic violence and abuse through a 24-hour crisis line at 780-424-5875.
The Camrose Women's Shelter Society operates an emergency shelter providing a safe, supportive place for women and children who are escaping domestic violence, in a crisis situation or who may be homeless. They can be reached through their 24-hour crisis line at 1-877-672-1010.