New Health, Financial and Parent Resources | April 20, 2020

Recently Added Resources | April 20, 2020

The following information and resources were added to various areas of our website.

Supports for Parents [View Page]

This list resources to support parents with at home learning was added to the Kids Resource area

Environmental Education Activities and Resources to Support Home-Based Learning – The Alberta Council for Environmental Education will continue populating this page with resources to help while kids learn at home. [Added 4/20]

My Child’s Learning: A Parent Resource – an online resource that provides parents with information on what children should be learning about, and resources to support their learning, specific to each grade level. [Added 4/20]

Engaging your kids without going crazy. By Dr. Caroline Buzanko – this PDF guide outline key foundations to build on so you can not only survive this pandemic, but thrive. You may even be able to enjoy this time with your kids together! [Added 4/14]

AHS Community Education ServicesThe Community Education Service (CES) provides parents and caregivers and other community members with opportunities to access free, public education sessions on child and youth emotional wellness and health topics. [Added 4/14]

Calgary Reads Noodle a day – learn different ways to engage and bond with kids during different ages and stages of development. From birth (and even before), reading is important. It builds the foundation of brains for life-long learning. [Added 4/14]

COVID-19 Health Resources [View Page]

Self-monitoring, Self-isolation, and isolation for covid-19 – important information from the Government of Canada [Added 4/10]

Financial Resources [View Page]

Easy-to-use guide to Canada wide COVID-19 pandemic financial resources – this up-to-date resource lists a variety of financial resources and options available to Canadians, broken down into categories using questions and answers to help guide you. It was compiled by Jennifer Robson, Associate Professor of Political Management at Carleton University, and may be a good starting point if you are feeling overwhelmed and not sure where to turn. [Added 4/13]



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Tenant Handbook

In Summer 2020 we compiled a new Printable PDF version of important information for tenants. You will find details on how to connect with CHC, guidance on the programs we provide, and advice on maintenance and management of your home. Keep a copy of the PDF on your device or print your own hardcopy. Download CHC Tenant Handbook 2020

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Have Your Voice Heard

In early 2024 we will be reaching out to residents to gather your experiences, opinions, and ideas to inform our Anti-Racism Strategy.

You can participate by:

  • Completing the survey that will be distributed in early 2024
  • Volunteer to join a focus group (this will be available through the survey)


Watch for more information coming soon!