Stable housing continues to be the major factor in overcoming poverty and is essential for good health, child development and personal well-being. A safe living environment helps build social connections and dramatically increases education and employment prospects. We not only help Calgary’s most vulnerable adults and children secure housing, we provide the support they need to maintain it.

  • Over 3,800 families and individuals housed since 2008.
  • 645 adults and children were housed in CUPS programs.
  • 2,195 referrals for food, clothing, furniture and Alberta Works Emergency Funding.
  • 300 households stabilized through Client in Transition funding.
  • 923 people received ID via CUPS.