YWCA Prince Albert provides shelter, food and assistance to marginalized populations to help break the cycle of poverty. We offer life skills programs, advocacy, and support to help individuals transition from our emergency homeless shelter to our transitional housing programs onto our permanent housing programs. It is our hope that by supporting marginalized populations through their journey we are able to be part of the solution to ending homelessness.
We also offer a number of services and programs for newcomers to Canada and newcomers to the Prince Albert region at our Central Avenue location through the Community Connection Centre. We provide support for newcomers to Canada in numerous schools throughout the city through the Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) program.
Physical address not provided
Ages served: 18 - 65 years
Languages served: English
Area Served: Prince Albert (formerly Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority)