Alberta’s New Finding Housing Service

One Stop for Affordable Housing

The Find Housing online tool is now live to help Albertans locate and apply for affordable housing. The tool guides potential applicants through the process of evaluating their eligibility, and connects them with providers and housing options for their individual situations. Visit findhousing.alberta.ca to access the tool.

About the Find Housing Online Tool
  • Created with the input of current tenants, housing operators, and social service agencies, the tool will provide information previously spread across numerous sources and streamline the application process.
  • The tool can also be used by family members, nonprofit organizations, and social service agencies to help others access housing information and affordable housing solutions.
  • The Find Housing online tool reflects the Government of Alberta’s commitment to address the Affordable Housing Review Panel’s recommendations and transform the affordable housing system. Based on its advice, the government is working to clearly define its role, tap into community expertise, expand partnerships, reward innovation, and simplify the affordable housing system.

Why the new tool?

The Affordable Housing Review Panel’s final report identified a clear need to redefine the government’s role, tap into community expertise, expand partnerships, reward innovation and simplify the system. Alberta’s government accepted all 19 of the panel’s recommendations, including to simplify administration and make it easier for Albertans to access affordable housing.

Visit findhousing.alberta.ca to access the tool.

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