Various social and public agencies in Airdrie provide key social programs and services to the community.
As the availability of social supports in the community constantly evolve, the alphabetical list of agencies below is not meant to be a complete listing of all social service agencies currently available in Airdrie.
Visit each agency's website for the latest contact information, hours of operation and service descriptions.
This Emergency Resource Card will help you better navigate the supports and resources available in emergency situations.
Helpseeker is available for more information on how to access social and health-related support and services.
The website 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.
We provide subsidized meals for those that cannot prepare nutritious meals for themselves. This includes seniors, those with disabilities, those recovering from surgery or illness, those who are temporarily without a caregiver. We accommodate most dietary restrictions or food sensitivities.
The AMOW volunteer program is supported through funding from the City's FCSS grant program.
Free Online eResources include: • eBook and e-audiobook downloads • Interactive online children’s books • Newspapers and magazines from around the world • Free video streaming • eResources to support students and life-long learners; includes AB curriculum support • Online language learning
In-person programming and events for preschool, school-aged, teens and adults:
• See Programming under Programs and Events on the library’s website • Maker programs with an emphasis on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) • Additional programs being developed for each quarter.
Alberta Health Services - Addiction and Mental Health
Urgent Mental Health Care Airdrie Urgent Care: website
604 Main Street S, Airdrie, Alberta T4B 3K7
Crisis Phone Numbers
Distress Center: 403-266-4357 Provincial Abuse Line: 1-855-443-5722 Hope for Wellness Line (Indigenous) 1-855-242-3310 Addictions Help Line: 1-866-332-2322 Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
Services are voluntary. Referrals can be made by the individual or by their parent/guardian through Access Mental Health at Ph. (403) 943-1500. Options may include an initial consultation with a clinician or referral to a more appropriate service.
Individual counselling to help people address and manage their emotional, psychological, mental health and/or addiction concerns. We are seeing individuals across the lifespan from children to seniors and can provide a referral to appropriate services and/or initial consultation with clinicians to discuss options.
The various services we provide include:
Geriatrics: support for individuals with cognitive impairment with or without compromised physical health. Referrals can be made through your family physician.
Addiction Services: individual counselling via zoom and telephone
Clinical Supports: Individual support via phone or zoom at this time, and in person, when clinically required.
Community Links provides a variety of valuable programs and services offered by Community Links for all ages living within the North Rocky View Region in Alberta (Airdrie, Beiseker, Crossfield, Irricana, and surrounding North Rocky View County).
Community Links manages intake and referral for the City of Airdrie.
Their Airdrie Senior Outreach, Community Connections, Counselling Services, Family Resource and Volunteer programs offered are supported through funding from the City's FCSS grant program.