Calgary is in desperate need of more safe, secure and appropriate housing options, and we are actively seeking opportunities to be part of the solution to Calgary's homeless crisis. One solution to the problem is Centre 4800.
Centre 4800 provides a new option for people in need of long-term supportive housing, as well as for members of the general public. From mothers and children, to single adults and seniors, Centre 4800 will give Calgarians a place to call home.
The building will be fully accessible for seniors and people with disabilities.
All prospective residents will go through our standard residential building screening process.
Residents will agree to a defined code of conduct.
Staff will be present 24/7 to support residents.
Centre 4800's volunteer program will encourage our residents to participate in community cleanups, snow shoveling and other area improvements.
Residents of our current buildings in Bridgeland and downtown Calgary say our work has changed their lives. Centre 4800 provides another opportunity to make a difference.