HOUSING PROGRAMS AND INFORMATION
Housing programs around Calgary
SORAH - SIKSIKA OFF-RESERVE AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT
The Siksika Off-Reserve Housing Project Ltd. (SORAH) is a non-profit organization created to help provide safe, clean and affordable housing for qualifying Siksika Nation members as they endeavor to have physical space to live in the City of Calgary, Alberta. The funds used to acquire the residential properties in our portfolio have come from the Government of Alberta and the Government of Canada.
TREATY 7 URBAN INDIAN HOUSING AUTHORITY
Treaty 7 Urban Indian Housing is an Indigenous operated, non-profit organization which provides subsidized rental units for low to moderate income native families seeking accommodations in the urban areas.
ABORIGINAL FRIENDSHIP - CENTRE OF CALGARY HOUSING SERVICES
The AFCC housing team provides permanent, supportive housing for Aboriginal singles. To transition from Homelessness is not an easy process and Case Management Support is provided to participants.
Helps urban Aboriginal homeless families with permanent homes. Giving families the support to deal with at-risk issues and to move forward to independence of affordable housing.
SAIT INDIGENIOUS STUDENT HOUSING
Can apply for program if accepted into the program of your choice
Resources, programs, and services are provided by the Chinook Lodge Resource Centre
MOUNT ROYAL UNIVERSITY INDIGENOUS STUDENT HOUSING
Can apply for this program as self-identified First Nations, Metis, non-status, or Inuit when accepted into your program
Access to Individual, Family, or Accessible Units
Apart of the program is to participate in a monthly event outlings and meetings