Working together to end homelessness since 2001, Alberta’s 7 Cities on Housing and Homelessness (7 Cities) is made up of the lead organizations responsible for the implementation of local Plans to End Homelessness. The seven Alberta cities coordinate local plans at a systems level and align funding resources for greater impact and progress towards ending homelessness.
Alberta was the first province with a plan to end homelessness – one that has been recognized nationally for its success. Provincial commitment to local leadership and support for local expertise and efforts, as envisioned in the plan, has been an essential part of this success.
Supporting local communities and empowering them to achieve greater results will position Alberta to continue being a leader in ending homelessness.
The 7 Cities Are:
Calgary Homeless Foundation
Medicine Hat Community Housing Society
Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo