Health Benefits for People with Low Income in Alberta

Alberta Adult Health Benefit The Alberta Adult Health Benefit program supports Albertans in low income to ensure they have access to: prescription drugs, dental services, optical services, emergency ambulance and diabetic supplies Signing up is easy. Fill out one form and mail it in. See below for more information or contact us. Print the AAHB application … Continue reading

Joining the Canadian Forces

Many young people are interested in applying to work with the Canadian Forces. Here is some information from their WEBSITE Who can apply: To apply to the Canadian Forces, you must: 1.Be a Canadian Citizen. 2.Be 17 years of age, with parental consent, or older, except: •Regular Officer Training Plan – Junior applications must be … Continue reading

How Do I Apply for AISH?

Government increases AISH rate – April 1, 2012 Effective April 1, 2012, the maximum AISH living allowance will increase from $1,188 to $1,588. You can now earn up to $800 per month from employment while on AISH to supplement this amoung (for single clients) and up to $1,950 for families. The Assured Income for the … Continue reading

SAY ‘APP’ – An APP Supporting and Assisting Homeless Youth

SAY is a free mobile APP that connects homeless youth with services and support anytime, anywhere. Supporting and Assisting Youth (SAY) is a free mobile app that connects homeless and street-involved youth with services and supports across Canada. It was designed by youth, through the CIHR funded project ‘Voices against Violence’ at Western University, in … Continue reading