Services Page

Contact our Services Director Tasha at services@ilrcc.ab.ca or 403-263-6880 to find out more.

INTERPRETING SERVICES

On-site, scheduled interpreting to link you with an ASL interpreter. ILRCC contracts, certified, professional ASL to English/English to ASL interpreters who are available to help you throughout Alberta.

Contact us at services@ilrcc.ab.ca for all your Employment and Training ASL needs!

EMPLOYMENT

Needing help finding employment come on down to the ILRCC building, can book in person or contact through services@ilrcc.ab.ca

BUDGETING

If your having financial issues or need help with budgeting your money, Please feel free to contact ILRCC

services@ilrcc.ab.ca or give us a call at (403) 263-6880

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INFORMATION & NETWORKING

Information is the key to having choices, making decisions, and learning to take risks.

The Information Networking core theme promotes the Independent Living philosophy to consumers, their families, friends, support networks, community, and governments by providing clear, accurate, and up-to-date information that meets the individual needs.

Call 403-263-6880 | Email: Services@ilrccab.ca to find out more.

ASSURED INCOME FOR THE SEVERELY HANDICAPPED (AISH)

Secure income for the Financial and health benefits of eligible Albertans with permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.

Application support available contact services@ilrcc.ab.ca

 

PERSONS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES (PDD)

The PDD programs help eligible adults plan, coordinate and access services to live independently in their community. The program is based on Persons with Developmental Disabilities .

Application support available contact services@ilrcc.ab.ca

THE ALEX

The team at Alex understands how challenging it can be to access health care and other supports. We know that being able to talk to someone you trust is the first step to making decisions about your health and well-being. No matter the program, the Alex team is here to provide support, encouragement and care.

CALGARY HOUSING COMPANY (CHC)

Calgary Housing Company (CHC) administers rental and rent supplement programs on behalf of The City of Calgary and the Province of Alberta. CHC manages housing for almost 10,000 households – about 25,000 Calgarians, including 10,000 children, live in a CHC-managed property.

Housing assistance is available based on a variety of factors in different programs. These programs are designed to serve those looking for housing from near-market rate rentals to deep subsidy programs.

CALGARY FAIR ENTRY

Fair entry is an application process for subsidized City of Calgary programs and services. This process will assess your income eligibility for multiple City programs with a single application.

 

AGING ADULTS RESOURCES

At ECDOL, we aim to provide detailed information on assisted living and other senior care options to help individuals make an informed decision. We provide answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), as well as tips and insightful articles.

Aging Adult Resources in Calgary

THE MUSTARD SEED

Over 35 Years of Growing Hope

The Mustard Seed is a Christian non-profit organization that has been caring for individuals experiencing homelessness and poverty since 1984. Operating in five cities across Alberta and British Columbia, The Mustard Seed is a supportive haven where people can have their physical, mental, and spiritual needs met and grow toward greater health and independence.

We have been an agent of change for more than three decades, thanks to our donors, volunteers, and support from the community.

Programs and services include:

  • Basic needs - emergency shelter, meals, clothing, and hygiene items
  • Health and Wellness
  • Housing
  • Employment
  • Spiritual Care
  • Community Engagement
  • Neighbor Centres

FREE GOODS PROGRAM

What is the Free Goods Program?

The Free Goods Program provides lightly used goods, like furniture, kitchenware, clothing, computers, mobile phones, small appliances, books, and more, to low- and no-income Calgarians who are building a life for themselves and their family. Everyone deserves a home of their own and we are proud to help people in achieving this.

The Free Goods Program is by appointment only and based on eligibility. To access this Program, please submit an application on the website or contact services@ilrcc.ab.ca or 403-263-6880