Community Resources

Emergency, call 911
Non-emergent police needs, call 403.945.7200
City bylaw enforcement, call 403-948-8892

Basic Needs
North Rocky View Community Links (for crisis support and referral)

Community Links is a non-profit charitable organization which strengthens individuals, from birth to seniors, families and communities of North Rocky View by providing them with and connecting them to services, supports and resources.
1-866-945-3905 or 403-945-3990
Suite 211, 125 Main St. NW

Distress Center (24-hour crisis support and referrals)

Distress Centre Calgary (DCC) provides 24-hour crisis support in Calgary and southern Alberta through their crisis line, email, daily chat, and daily text for youth. They also have professional counselling for clients with issues that cannot be resolved over the phone. 

24-Hour Crisis Line: 403.266.HELP (4357), or call 211


Airdrie Housing Limited

The Affordable Housing Rental Program provides rental units at below market rents to individuals and families whose annual household income qualifies and are currently paying more than 30% of their gross monthly income on rent.
#211 – 125 Main Street NW

Emergency housing resources



Airdrie Foodbank

For details of how they can help or how you can help please visit
20 East Lake Way NE

Airdrie Meals on Wheels

Airdrie Meals on Wheels is a non-profit society that provides subsidized regular nutritious meals to senior citizens, persons with disabilities or who have special needs, persons recovering from injury or illness and those whose caregiver is temporarily away. 

Box 10081
Airdrie, Alberta
T4A 0H4

Urgent Health and Wellbeing

For Emergency, call 911

Airdrie Urgent Care

Urgent care services are for people who have unexpected but non-life-threatening health concerns that usually require same-day treatment. Some examples include broken bones, sprains, lacerations, asthma, dehydration, pain and infections.
604 Main Street S


Airdrie Addictions and Mental Health

Airdrie Addictions and Mental Health provides individual and group services to help people address and manage their mental health and addictions concerns.
403 943-1500 or 1 (844) 943-1500 - Access Mental Health (Voluntary service that people can self-refer)
For urgent drop-in visit Airdrie Urgent Care at 604 Main Street Mon to Fri 2:30pm to 9pm and weekends 10am to 5pm


Kid’s Help Phone

Kids Help Phone is a 24/7, national support service for youth and includes professional counselling, information and referrals.

Phone: 1-800-668-6868

Text: 686868

Live Chat:


Airdrie and District Victims Assistance Society (ADVAS)

ADVAS provides support, information, referrals, and criminal court support for people impacted by crime and tragedy. ADVAS provides 24/7 after hour crisis support through the Airdrie and Beiseker RCMP.

Call 911 in an emergency

403-945-7290 (Monday to Friday between 8:30 am to 4:30 pm)

2 Highway Park Way NE

Airdrie Community Health

Provides a wide range of health services that may include prenatal / postpartum services, health promotion / disease and injury prevention services, well child services, immunizations, communicable disease control, and school health services.
604 Main Street S

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Immigration information
Rocky View Immigrant Services (RVIS)

Serving the county of Rocky View, (Airdrie, Chestermere & Cochrane) RVIS provides connections to local services and assists with the resettlement process as documents, applications and any other barrier to help the path to settlement simple. All services provided are free of charge.



The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth (CBFY)

The Calgary Bridge Foundation for Youth provides a welcoming and inclusive environment for immigrant and refugee children, youth and their families by enriching them with the appropriate skills, information, knowledge and experience as they build a life in Canada. Our programs focus on building knowledge of Canada and Calgary’s culture; active participation and integration within the local community; improved English language skills; development of personal, social and leadership skills; and successful graduation from school.


620 – 5920 Macleod Trail SW


Adult Continuing Education & English as a Second Language
Bow Valley College

Bow Valley College provides training that gets you ready for the work force. Our Airdrie Campus offers a variety of credit and non-credit programs. Upgrade your skills, start a new career path, or finish high school - right here in your community.


Local: (403) 355-1910

104 1 Ave NW #121,



Rocky View Schools Adult Learning

Rocky View Schools Adult Learning (RVSAL) is part of Community Adult Learning Programs (CALPs). These programs are grassroots community-based organizations funded by Alberta Advanced Education to provide, promote and increase access to adult literacy and foundational learning opportunities in areas such as adult literacy, numeracy, English language learning, basic digital skills, foundational life skills, and community capacity building. It works in partnership with other community agencies to meet the continuing and lifelong learning needs of residents in Rocky View County.


2651 Chinook Winds Dr. S.W., Airdrie

Volunteer Airdrie

Volunteer Airdrie works to empower Airdrie residents to invest in themselves and their community through volunteerism.


108 Edmonton Trail NE, Airdrie  

City Services
City of Airdrie


400 Main Street SE, Airdrie

Airdrie Public Transit

Youth Services
Boys & Girls Club of Airdrie

Since 1979, The Boys and Girls Club has been a safe and fun space, providing high quality adorable programs and services that are accessible to all children, youth and families of Airdrie and surrounding areas.


Administrative Office: 200 East Lake Crescent NE

Mailing Address: 1003 Allen Street, Airdrie


Big Brothers Big Sisters of Calgary and Area

Big Brother & Big Sisters create and nurture one-to-one mentoring relationships for children and youth in Airdrie who are facing adversity. Each mentoring relationship (“match”) is monitored and supported to ensure positive and meaningful relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of the children and youth (“Littles”), their families, the mentors (“Bigs”), and generations to follow.



Youth Volunteer Corps

Youth Volunteer Corps create volunteer opportunities to address community needs and to inspire youth for a lifetime commitment to service.


108 Edmonton Trail NE, Airdrie

Senior Services
Community Links

Community Links is a non-profit charitable organization which strengthens individuals, from birth to seniors, families and communities of North Rocky View by providing them with and connecting them to services, supports and resources.
1-866-945-3905 or 403-945-3900
Suite 211, 125 Main St. NW, Airdrie

Over 50 Club

The Airdrie Over 50 Club provides the community a place, the resources and a warm respectful and welcoming environment in which to enable and enjoy social and recreational activities.
275 Jensen Dr. NE , Airdrie

LGBTQ2S+ Resources

Airdrie Pride Society

Airdrie Pride Society celebrates and promotes diversity, equality and full inclusion of all gender expressions, gender identities and sexual orientations within the City of Airdrie and surrounding areas.

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