COVID-19 Social Support Resources
|Medical Assistance||Mental Health|
|Financial Assistance||Food Assistance|
|Transportation Assistance||Children Services|
|Housing Assistance||Older Adult Assistance|
|Legal Assistance||Family Violence Assistance|
- Alberta Health Services – Updates and Advice for Albertans
- Alberta Health Services – Help in Tough Times
- Government of Canada – Updates and Advice for Canadians
- World Health Organization (WHO) – Updates and Advice for the Public
- Canadian Institutes of Health Research: Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
- Canadian Medical Association: CMA Update on COVID-19
COVID-19 Online Assessment Tool:
AHS has developed a simple online assessment tool to help you decide whether you need to call 811 to be tested for COVID-19. It'll guide you to answer questions about your symptoms and take you through steps to help determine whether you need testing. http://ahs.ca/covid
Online Access to Doctors:
- Purpose Med: Free (Video/Call) Access To Healthcare For All Albertans
- Shoppers Drug Mart and Maple have partnered to provide free access to Canadian doctors online, 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., March 16 – 23, 2020.
- Babylon: Free healthcare mobile app. Meet with licensed physicians in one-on-one video consultations. Allows you to check symptoms (including those of COVID-19), consult with physicians, access your health records, and get prescriptions and referrals.
Find a Doctor Accepting New Patients
COVID-19 Health Literacy Project: COVID-19 health information translated into different languages
Canada Helps.org: Browse charities leading efforts to support communities affected by COVID-19
Medicine Delivery Services: Below is a list of pharmacies in Leduc that will deliver medication. Those not listed, do not deliver.
- Healthcheck Pharmacy: Free delivery for medication on Tuesdays and Thursdays. If you live in an apartment, please meet delivery person at front door.
- The Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy: Free curbside pickup (customers can wait in their cars and pharmacy will bring medication out to them). Only available for existing customers when and if pharmacy has capacity.
- Rexall Drug Store: Free delivery within Leduc on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Only available for existing customers.
- Shoppers Drug Mart: Free delivery for prescription medications. Only available for existing customers. Delivery fee for new customers is $10. Delivery is via cab and based on need. If you live in an apartment, please meet delivery person outside. Deliveries will be made only to City of Leduc residents.
- COOP Pharmacy: Free delivery within Leduc.
- Safeway Pharmacy: $13 delivery fee for prescription and over-the-counter medication. Please allow 3 - 4 days for delivery.
- Loblaw Pharmacy: Free delivery for prescription medication Leduc Remedy RX: Free delivery for prescription medication Leduc Pharmasave: Free delivery for prescription medication.
- Leduc Remedy RX: Free prescription delivery
- Leduc Pharmasave: Free prescription delivery
Online Optical Services:
- Clearly: An online retailer of eye glasses, contact lenses and sunglasses
- Lens Crafters: Available online or in-store by appointment
- Perfect Lens
Mental health can be equally as important to take care of in these difficult times.
Mental Health Services:
- Alberta Health Services: Leduc Mental Health & Additions (Centre Hope Building)
- Centre Hope is currently open, however they are encouraging people to call rather than walk-in. Sessions will happen over the phone. Free.
- All groups have been cancelled
- Adult intake line: 780-424-2424
- Child and adolescent intake line: 780-342-2701
- Private psychology clinics: Most clinics are closed and are doing teletherapy (sessions over the phone of online). Contact private clinics to find out details.
- Primary Care Network (Leduc Beaumont Devon): Seeing majority of patients over the phone only, including mental health services. After hours walk-in clinic is closed.
- Distress Line (24/7): 780-482-4357 (HELP)
- Riseup Society
- Individual counselling for adults impacted by intimate partner violence
- Counselling by telephone until social distancing lifted
- Office and staff available Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays
- New clients being accepted. Call 780-739-7473
- Psychologists’ Association of Alberta
- Disaster Response Network is providing pro-bono psychological services, with priority for health care providers and first responders traumatized by recent events. Provided by volunteer psychologists; 1-3 sessions. Contact PAA office: 780-424-0294 or email@example.com
- Canadian Mental Health Association
Mental Health Resources:
- Access 24 / 7 (Anderson Hall, Royal Alex Hospital) provides a range of urgent and non- urgent addiction and mental health services including service navigation, screening, assessment, referral, consultation, crisis intervention, outreach and short-term stabilization. 780-424-2424
- Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7, national support service. Offers professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people in both English and French. 1-800-668-6868
- Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention: Find Bereavement and Crisis Support Centres in your area. Edmonton: 780-482-HELP (4357)
Dealing with Stress and Anxiety:
- Calm: Offering free resources for all ages.
- Caregiver Mobilization Toolkit: Mental Health Commission of Canada
- Qi’s In the Heart: Free online workshop (Apr. 6, 2020) for anyone looking for tools to overcome stressful situations
- Taking Care of Your Mental Health in the Face of Uncertainty: Article from Dr. Doreen Marshall for American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
- Headspace: Meditation Information, tools and app
- Centers for Disease Control & Prevention: Information/tools for managing anxiety and stress
- Help4Me: Youth Addiction and Mental Health Resources from My Health Alberta
- Anxiety Canada: Expert tools and resources for managing anxiety
- Text4Hope: People receive daily text messages with advice and encouragement helpful in developing healthy personal coping skills and resiliency. Text COVID19HOPE to 393939 to subscribe. Provided by Alberta Health Services.
Other Mental Health Resources:
- COVID-19 Recovery Resources: From In The Rooms: A Global Recovery Community
- Mental Health Commission of Canada: COVID-19 Mental Health Well-being
- Mood Disorders Society of Canada: 613-921-5565
- Crisis Services Canada: # 1-833-456-4566/ Text: 45645 – Provides Suicide Prevention and Support
- Canada Drug Rehab Addiction Services Directory: free online directory of alcohol and drug rehab programs and other addiction-related services in Canada
- National Eating Disorder Information Centre: NEDIC provides information, resources, referrals and support to Canadians affected by eating disorders
- Schizophrenia Society of Canada: COVID-19
Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: The Government of Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to help Canadians facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Local AB Works Office: In-person services temporarily suspended as of March 23, 2020. For Income Support, call the Leduc Office at 780-980-3565 to start the process instead of coming on site.
Alberta Supports After Hours Emergency Number: 780-644-5135. For emergency financial assistance, or anyone who needs help after the hours of 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Utility Deferral Program
- Residential customers can defer electricity and natural gas bill payments for the next 90 days to ensure no one will be cut off, regardless of the service provider.
- If you are unable to pay your utility bills please call your utility company to make payment arrangements. At this time no utilities will be cut off during COVID 19
- EPCOR: 780 310 4300
- Alta Gas: 1 866 222 2067
- City of Leduc: via email Collections@leduc.ca
Financial Assistance for Utility Arrears
Contact AB supports at 1-877-644-9992. Financial assistance is assessed on a case-by-case basis.
Banks and credit unions
- Please contact your individual banks to find out what they are offering to support their customers during COVID-19 for support with mortgages and loan payments.
Government of Canada’s Indigenous Communities Support Fund: Helps Indigenous communities prevent, prepare and respond to coronavirus disease (COVID-19)
Workers’ Compensation (WCB): For information on when to report a work-related exposure to COVID-19, please refer to our worker and employer fact sheets. Healthcare workers who become ill while working may qualify. Please call 1-866-922-9221 (within Alberta)
List of Financial Institution’s Customer Service Phone Numbers
- ATB 1-800-332-8383
- B2B 1 800 263 8349
- BMO 1-877-895-3278
- Bridgewater 1-866-243-4301
- CIBC 1-800-465-2422
- CMLS 1-888-995-2657
- Optimum 1-866-441-3775
- Equitable 1-888-334-3313
- Connect First 403-736-4000
- Chinook Financial 403-934-3358
- First Calgary Financial 403-736-4000
- First National 1-888-488-0794
- Haventree 1-855-272-0051
- Home Trust 1-855-270-3630
- HSBC 1-888-310-4722
- ICICI 1-888-424-2422
- Manulife 1-877-765-2265
- MCAP 1-800-265-2624
- Merix 1-877-637-4911
- Marathon 1-855-503-6060
- RBC 1-866-809-5800
- RFA 1-877-416-7873
- RMG 1-866-809-5800
- Scotia 1-800-472-6842
- Servus 1-877-378-8728
- Street Capital 1-866-683-8090
- TD 1-866-222-3456
Alberta Government Service Changes
Upcoming expiry dates for Alberta drivers’ licences, identification cards, vehicle registrations, other permits and certificates are being extended until May 15, 2020.
Appeals: If, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is not practical to meet in-person, the appeal will proceed, where feasible, via teleconference. This will be arranged with the Appeals Secretariat office.
City of Leduc – financial measures: Assistance with property taxes, property assessment, and utilities
Food Bank Services:
Leduc Food Bank is still operational and offering food to those in need; please contact the food bank at 780-986-5333. You must call ahead of time to book for an appointment to pick-up hamper. Please call Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday before 8:30 a.m. to secure a spot for the same day.
Halal Food Hamper (IFSSA) in partnership with Edmonton’s Food Bank. Call 780-900-2777
- No Frills: 8 - 9 a.m. is open for seniors and people with disabilities. No grocery delivery available, and no option of the online grocery shopping/pickup
- Safeway: 7 - 8 a.m. is open for seniors every day.
- Walmart: 7 - 8 a.m., Monday to Friday (starting March 23, 2020) is open for seniors and people with disabilities. Regular shopping hours will be 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.
- Giant Tiger, Co-Op, Val-Mart: No change to service; no delivery or shopping service available
- Costco: Introduced special operating hours for members who are over 60 years old or have physical disabilities, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 - 9 a.m. ONLY MEMBERS WHO MET THIS AGE CRITERIA WILL BE INVITED INTO THE SHOP DURING THESE HOURS. NO GUESTS WILL BE PERMITTED. Meaning you cannot accompany your elderly parents on a Costco grocery trip
- M&M Food Market: Available to order online, free pickup service.
- Heart to Home Meals: Frozen meals made and delivered for seniors. No subscription necessary; order as often as you like. Order online or by phone. For Leduc residents' delivery on Wednesdays, you must order by Tuesday at 2 p.m.
- The Italian Centre Shops: Now offering complimentary delivery for orders over $75 (prepaid with MC or VISA).780-424-4869, press 1 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Buying local food during COVID-19: a list of local food producers who deliver to your door or are selling fresh produce, meat, and eggs at farmers’ markets.
Leduc Transit temporary changes: Route 10 transit service will be suspended for ALL travellers to and from the Edmonton International Airport (EIA) until further notice. Some routes and schedules have been adjusted to reduce the potential spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Effective March 19, all transit fares will be waived for Leduc Transit riders until April 30, 2020.
Leduc Assisted Transportation Services (LATS)
LATS will be operating Monday to Friday from 7:45 a.m. to 6 p.m. The LATS Shuttle will resume with its regular schedule from 9 a.m. to 3:12 p.m. Monday to Friday. Please note that only registered LATS clients are able to book trips.
Service is beginning earlier to accommodate the seniors-only shopping at Safeway, Walmart, Co-op, Shoppers Drug Mart, and No Frills. Call 780-986-5000 to secure your spot at least a day ahead.
Effective March 19, all transit fares will be waived for LATS clients until April 30, 2020.
Drive Happiness: Seniors assisted transportation - 780-424-5438
Rides are booked on a case-by-case basis. Providing rides to grocery stores, prescription pick-ups, etc. Delivery also available. Call to coordinate.
Canadian Urban Transit Association: COVID-19 Resources
Having trouble paying rent? Contact Alberta Supports for financial assistance: 1-877-644-9992
Edmonton Landlord and Tenant Advisory Board 780-496-5959
Mortgage Default Management Tools - The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and other mortgage insurers offer tools to lenders that can assist homeowners who may be experiencing financial difficulty.
As Child Protective Services (CPS) is deemed an essential service, they remain open as usual, 24/7; standard office hours 8:15 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday at the Leduc office and After Hours outside of those hours. The main line for Leduc CPS is 780-986-7869 and after hours is 780-427-3390. CPS is limiting non-essential meetings.
- Scholastic Learn From Home: Free online courses for kids while schools are closed.
- Khan Academy: Nonprofit with the mission to provide a free education. Users will need to set up an account to get started.
- Prodigy: Curriculum-aligned math platform for Grades 1 – 8. No cost; sign-up required.
- Cincinnati Zoo’s Home Safari Facebook Lives is a live event showcasing their zoo animals every day from 1 - 1:15 p.m. MST
- Virtual Museum Tours: 12 world famous museums offering free virtual tours
- Atlantic White Shark Conservatory Story Hour: Free daily story hour and learning tools for youth
- Josh Gad reading books: Read-aloud picture books with Josh Gad every night on Twitter
- Uke 101 (Digital Music School): Learn Ukulele, $5 course (COVID 95% off)
- edX: Online continuing education. Free and paid courses available.
- Mindheart COVI BOOK: Free online book for children 7 years and under (in 16 different languages)
- Audio Books for children and adults: Amazon Audible
- EPSB school zone: Stay up-to-date on what your students’ teachers are doing. Some parents have already reported school work is being posted.
- WWEST Science/Engineering Resources (SFU): Student/Teacher/Parent resources and publications
- Homeschool Resources: A small collection of anti-oppressive, anti-racist homeschool curriculum ideas and resources for families impacted by closures
- Open Culture: Free educational resources for K-12 students
- OST Collaborative: Resources that will be useful for families during this period of social isolation
- Pregnancy & Parent Tools: Alberta Health Services
- Birth & Baby Education: Alberta Health Services
- Prenatal Class Videos: Uploaded by Maternity Care Midwives, Thunder bay ON (2015)
- KiwiCo: resource hub; at-home resources for kids and parents; updated daily
- ABC Mouse: Offering free membership using code: SCHOOL7771
- Synth Music Apps: Offering free downloads for iOS & Android devices till March 31
- Scratch 2.0: Free program to create your own interactive stories, games and animations
- Duolingo: Learn a new language for free (with ads)
- Photomath: Math learning app; free and paid versions
- Quizlet: Flashcard learning app for many subjects
- Adobe CC: 2 months free for multimedia design apps (Photoshop, Premiere, etc.)
- Virtual tour of the deYoung Art Museum in San Francisco (Google Arts & Culture)
- Virtual museums, classes, and exhibits in San Francisco (curated by Red Tricycle)
- Virtual museums, classes, and exhibits in Seattle (curated by Red Tricycle)
- Virtual tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
- Virtual tour of the Louvre museum in Paris, France
- Virtual tour of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
- Virtual tour of the Boston Children's Museum (Google Earth)
- Virtual tour of Mars from pictures from NASA's Curiosity rover (Google)
- Virtual "field trips" to zoos, dairies, symphonies, and operas (curated by Red Tricycle)
- Black Gold School Division: Supporting Families with Children at Home: Educational games and ideas for parents to use at home
- CASA: Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health: Video for parents about the pandemic’s impact on mental health
- Surviving COVID-19: Engaging with your kids without going crazy: Advice and tips from Koru Family Psychology
- Search Institute: Building Developmental Relationships During the COVID-19 Crisis
- Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource: From the National Association of School Psychologists
- Tips for Supporting Anxious Children: Five tips from the Crisis & Trauma Resource Institute (CTRI)
ALBERTA EDUCATION GUIDELINES
Student Learning During COVID-19: Alberta education guidelines for continuing K to 12 student learning while in-school classes are cancelled dur to COVID-19. Set forth by the Government of Alberta
*Parents who want learning resources for their children are encouraged to visit:
- No Frills – 8am-9am is open for seniors and people with disabilities. No longer doing Deliveries
- Safeway – new hours are 8am-8pm. Open early at 7am for seniors customers
- Costco - special operating hours now for members over 60 years of age or have physical disabilities Tuesday and Thursday between 8 am and 9 am. ONLY MEMBERS WHO MET THIS AGE CRITERIA WILL BE INVIETED INTO THE SHOP DURING THESE HOURS. NO GUESTS WILL BE PERMITTED. Meaning you cannot accompany your elderly parents on a Costco grocery trip.
- M&M Food Market – available to order online, free pickup service
- Heart to Home Meals – frozen meals made and delivered for seniors. No subscription necessary; order as often as you like. Order online or by phone. For Leduc, residents delivery on Wednesday, you must order by Tuesday before 2 pm.
- LATS: Operate between 6am – 6pm from Monday to Friday only. These temporary early start hours accommodate senior-only shopping available at Safeway, Valmart, Co-op, Shoppers Drug Mart, and No Frills. Call 780-986-5000 to secure your spot at least a day ahead. LATS will waive all fares until April 30, 2020
- Drive Happiness: Seniors assisted transportation - 780 424 5438. Rides are booked on a case-by-case basis. Providing rides to grocery stores, prescription pick-ups, etc. Delivery also available. Call to coordinate.
- Telford House: Closed until further notice. All activities suspended.
- Seniors’ Centre Without Walls: A seniors’ centre from the comfort of your own home! Join us for a variety of interactive telephone-based social and health programming, free of charge. Provides opportunities to socialize, learn new skills and stay connected. New series of participant-selected topics every four months. Project funded in part by the Alberta Ministry of Seniors and Housing’s Aging Well in Community Grant. To register, please call 780.395.2626. Open to seniors aged 55+ living anywhere in Alberta with our toll-free line – no referral necessary.
- Caregivers Alberta: Offers support to all caregivers including online peer support, Caregiver Advisor, online programming and workshops
- Wendy’s Errands for Elders – convenient and personalized to promote happy and healthy lifestyle at home. Fee for service. Call 780-916-8916 or email Wendy@WendysErrands.com
- Continuing Care, Alberta Health Services - includes home care, supportive living, long term care, hospice and end-of-life care.
- Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) – helps Albertans with long-term disability, chronic or terminal illness to pay for basic medical equipment and supplies
- Veterans Affairs Canada – visitor access to area offices is suspended. Clients are encouraged to access through My VAC Account or by calling 1-866-522-2122. Currently focusing on the most urgent client needs.
- Canada Post - priority service is offered during the first hour every day to those whom are at a higher risk (the elderly or people with compromised immune systems)
- Edmonton Seniors Coordinating Council: COVID-19 pandemic as a resource for Edmonton seniors and their families. It contains up-to-date information about senior centre operations and closures, services for seniors, and activities that seniors can do from home when social distancing.
- Alberta Council of Disability Services: Pandemic Response Services
Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA): Canadian Legal FAQs related to COVID-19
Many lawyers are working remotely right now and not seeing clients in person unless it is absolutely necessary.
Many community and legal clinics are not seeing clients in person but are providing services by telephone:
- Edmonton Community Legal Centre: Office is closed but you can fill out their online Intake Form. If your matter is urgent, someone will call you back.
- Student Legal Services (at the University of Alberta): Closed until further notice.
- Legal Aid Alberta: Only accepting applications for in custody criminal matters, urgent out-of-custody criminal matters and urgent family or child-protection matters. Intake services at the courthouse are closed. You must apply by telephone. Call 1.866.845.3425. If you need help with other matters, you will have to wait until after May 22, 2020 or such further date as the court may advise.
- Resolution and Court Administration Services: Provides information about courts and resolution services in Alberta. Call 1.855.738.4747 or fill out the contact form for more information.
If you don’t qualify for a legal clinic but you need a lawyer and don’t know one, Lawyer Referral Service provides the names of three lawyers. Each lawyer should provide a half-hour consultation free of charge. Note that lawyers are not expected to give free legal advice during the free half-hour consultation. Contact 1-800-661-1095. This service is suspended until March 31, 2020.
- Family Violence Info Line
- Call 310-1818 | 24/7 | 170+ languages
- Chat online alberta.ca/SafetyChat | 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily | English
- Family Violence Prevention, Government of Alberta – activities and resources to help prevent family violence and support healthy relationships
- Sexual Assault Centre of Edmonton – support and information like is active between 9am and 9pm at 780-423-4121 and trained volunteers answer texts sent to 1-866-403-8000
- Riseup Society (Leduc)
- Individual counselling for adults impacted by intimate partner violence
- Counselling by telephone until social distancing lifted
- Office and staff available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
- New clients being accepted. Call 780-739-7473
- 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
REMOTE WORKING TOOLS
- ZOOM - Video conferencing, web conferencing/webinar and security/encryption*In response to COVID-19: free for educators to move toward virtual learning.
- SLACK - Video conferencing, instant messaging, information storage/sharing and security/encryption.
- LOOM - Video conferencing, web conferencing/webinar and instant messaging *In response to COVID-19 through July 1: free for educators, recording limit removed on the free plan and free trial extended to 30 days.
- GOTOMEETING - Video conferencing, web conferencing/webinar, audio/phone and instant messaging *In response to COVID-19: some organizations may be eligible for access to free emergency remote work toolkit.
- GOOGLE SUITE/HANGOUTS - Video conferencing, audio/phone, instant messaging, information storage/sharing, project management and security/encryption*In response to COVID-19 through July 1: free access to our advanced Hangouts Meet video-conferencing capabilities to all G Suite and G Suite for Education customers globally including larger meetings, for up to 250 participants per call and live streaming for up to 100,000 viewers within a domain.
- OFFICE 365/TEAMS - Video conferencing, instant messaging, information storage/sharing, project management and security/encryption *In response to COVID-19: Beginning March 10, Microsoft is rolling out updates to the free version of Teams that will lift restrictions on user limits.
- INFORMATION SERVICES
- DROPBOX BUSINESS - Information storage/sharing and security/encryption*In response to COVID-19: Free Dropbox Business subscriptions for a three-month period to nonprofits and NGOs that are focused on fighting COVID-19.
- GENIUS SCAN - Information storage/sharing and phone app for scanning/sending documents.
- PROJECT MANAGEMENT
- If you are a homeless individual and think that you may have signs and symptoms of COVID-19, please call EL811/ EL911 and a team will come out to you and assess you and take you to a place where you can self-isolate
- City of Edmonton has opened the Expo Centre for homeless clients.
- Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness (CAEH): Homelessness Sector COVID-19 Information Exchange
- Canadian Network for the Health and Housing of People Experiencing Homelessness: Coronavirus COVID-19
- The Jireh Centre: Open Saturday 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. only
- Second Glance: Closed until further notice
- Salvation Army: Closed until further notice
For families still out of country:
Global Affairs Canada: Emergency Loan of up to $5000 for essential needs for Canadians who have no available source of funds to return home, Canada has announced the creation of the COVID-19 Emergency Loan Program for Canadians Abroad.
Eligible Canadians currently outside Canada and needing help to return home can contact the nearest Government of Canada office or Global Affairs Canada’s 24/7 Emergency Watch and Response Centre in Ottawa at +1 613-996-8885 (collect calls are accepted where available) or email email@example.com.
Government of Canada – Passport and Travel Documents Urgent and Non-urgent Passport Services
Travellers: For the latest and most up-to date info, visit Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) at https://cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/menu-eng.html
Rural Municipalities of Alberta: COVID-19 Response Hub
Essential Needs Delivery Contacts:
- IFSSA (Islamic Family & Social Services): 780-900-2777
- ICNA Sisters: 587-708-1364
- Masjid Quba: 780-426-6373
- Wendy’s Errands for Elders: 780-916-8916
- Drive Happiness 780-424-5438 | www.drivehappiness.ca
Free Fitness Resources:
- YOGA WITH ADRIENE
- NIKE TRAINING APP
- Blogilates has created a 14-day quarantine workout plan. She also has tons of free workout videos on YouTube.
- Workout with Wickham offers free workouts over YouTube that you can do at home without equipment.
Other Resource Kits:
- 211 Alberta: Find services in Alberta
- Build an Emergency Kit: Government of Alberta information on what to include in your kit
- COVID-19 Freelance Artist Resources: List is specifically designed to serve freelance artists and those interested in supporting the independent artist community
- Social/Physical Distancing Tips: A list of tips to help prevent the spread
Other important Numbers:
- Leduc Regional Housing Foundation: 780-986-2814
- Society of St Vincent De Paul: 780-984-0069
- Drive Happiness Seniors Transportation: 780-424-5438
- Utilities Consumer Advocate: 780-310-4822
- Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
- Mental Health Helpline: 1-877-303-2642 Addiction Helpline – 1-866-332-2322
- Family Violence – Find Supports: 310-1818
- City of Leduc FCSS: 780-980-7109
- Leduc County FCSS: 780-979-2385
Distress Line 780-482-4357
2-1-1: Call 2-1-1, 24/7 or Text 2-1-1, 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. Chat at ab.211.ca, 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.