Social Planning

Strengthening the social well-being of Airdrie residents

 

COVID-19 Community Resources

The City of Airdrie has created a Community Resource that lists the contact information, hours of operation and current services of local social service agencies. This list is updated regularly.

HelpSeeker

HelpSeeker is available for more information on how to access social and health-related support and services.

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.

Airdrie Mental Health Resources

The COVID-19 pandemic can have a significant impact on mental health.
If you need help, please reach out. There are many resources available to support you. Visit the Mental health support page.

 

Our Mandate

Social Planning leads initiatives and works collaboratively with community agencies to strengthen social well-being in Airdrie.

Social Planning provides leadership and resources to organizations, including the administration of the Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) grant and the Airdrie Resource Council (ARC).

The department also leads initiatives to strengthen the social well-being of Airdrie residents more broadly. For example, the 2019-2023 Airdrie Youth Strategy Framework and Airdrie Board of Youth Affairs (ABYA) aim to empower youth to participate in their community.

Social Planning also leads community and social research projects to better understand the community and its needs.

See our Quick Links on the right for more information.

 

Contact us


Social Planning

P. 403.948.8800

F. 403.948.6567

Address


City Hall
400 Main Street SE
Airdrie, AB T4B 3C3

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Hours


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