Community Resources

As part of City of Airdrie’s COVID-19 response, we have compiled a summary of key social programs and services that are currently being offered.

The Community Resource document lists a variety of social and public agencies’ contact information, hours of operation and service descriptions and is updated regularly as new information is received. (Last update: July 27, 2020)

The list includes information for the following:

Alberta Health Services, Mental Health and Addictions
Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS)
Airdrie Boys and Girls Club
Airdrie Food Bank
Airdrie Housing Limited
Airdrie Meals on Wheels
Airdrie Over 50 Club
Airdrie Public Library
North Rocky View Community Links Society
Rocky View & Wheatland Employment Services
Volunteer Airdrie Society

Click here to view the
Community Resource list.

 

HelpSeeker

The City of Airdrie’s Department of Social Planning has partnered with HelpSeeker to provide residents with another resource to access social and health related service information during COVID-19. HelpSeeker is a free location-based services network that will allow residents to find the closest, most relevant service for their needs with complete privacy. Organizations listed on HelpSeeker in Airdrie include counselling, addictions, abuse and domestic violence support.

 

Hours


City Hall
Monday to Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday
CLOSED