Our Partners

Prosper Place

Prosper Place is a multidimensional community of people (peers) living with mental illness. Together, through peer-to-peer interaction and education, we build confidence and cultivate a sense of belonging, purpose and hope. Prosper Place is a safe and non-judgmental environment.


e4c is a non-profit, charitable organization based out of downtown Edmonton. e4c focuses on eliminating poverty through addressing food security needs, shelter and housing, education and skill development, and community collaborations. e4c believes in systemic support to address current needs, while moving towards long term sustainable solutions to address poverty.

Alberta Health Services

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is a fully-integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to more than 4.4 million people living in Alberta. Our five values – compassion, accountability, respect, excellence and safety – are at the heart of everything we do, and helps to provide a patient-focused, quality health system that is accessible and sustainable for all Albertans.

Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers

EMCN supports over 17,000 newcomers each year, from all parts of the world, out of five locations and various community venues. For over 35 years, EMCN has supported newcomers to thrive in Edmonton through our Language Programs, Employment Services, Settlement Supports and Community Connections

Strathcona County Family and Community Services

Strathcona County Family and Community Services offers free and low-cost programs and services for residents in all ages and stages of life. Our programs and partnerships build a supported, safe and connected community for all.

Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations

The Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations (ECVO) is a member-based nonprofit organization serving the nonprofit and charitable organizations in Metro Edmonton. ECVO helps organizations to build and sustain their volunteer programs and services through resources, networking, and skill development opportunities.


EmployAbilities is a non-profit, charitable organization providing services to Albertans for 45 years. We work with adults and youth with medical conditions, permanent injuries, disabilities, mental health issues and barriers to employment. EmployAbilities is recognized as a leader in developing and managing programs, services and resources designed to reduce barriers for individuals and increase participation in the labour force.

On Site Placement

OSP offers permanent and temporary employment services to individuals; with barriers to work as well as to employers who are looking to broaden their inclusive hiring practices. We work with our clients to identify strengths and skills to find the right employment match.

Community Linking Program

High quality social, recreation, and leisure programs for adults with addictions and/or mental health concerns offered at a low to no cost. It provides opportunities for individuals to socialize with others in their community, develop a wide variety of leisure skills and increase their awareness off leisure opportunities available in Edmonton.


Momentum is a not for profit charity that offers a sliding scale to clients who face a financial barrier. ($25-$200) Momentum Walk-In Counselling specializes in providing Solution Focused, Single Session Therapy. We are a clinic that offers a method of treatment that produces real results in real time, not only relieving people of their emotional strain, but relieving some of the stress that is crippling the mental health system.

Art Mentorship Society of Alberta

AMSA is a non-profit art wellness organization that provides crucial access points for emerging artists in Edmonton, Alberta. AMSA art classes helps participants engage creatively and develop an art practice at their own pace, in a group setting.

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