Helpful Resources

Free Legal Services

Calgary Legal Guidance

840 7 Ave SW #10

Calgary, AB

T2P 3G2

(403) 234-9266

https://clg.ab.ca/

 

Legal Aid Alberta

605 5 Ave SW Suite 1200

Calgary, AB

T2P 3H5

+1 866-845-3425

https://www.legalaid.ab.ca/

Immigrant & Refugee Organizations

Below are government and privately funded organizations who provide valuable services to the newcomer community, often for free or at minimal cost.

If you are asked for money for a service from any other office or organization, please check with Fisher Law or one of the organizations below to ensure you are not paying for services that are freely provided elsewhere.

Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association

#200, 138 4 Ave SE

Calgary, AB

T2G 4Z6

https://www.ciwa-online.com/

Immigrant Services Calgary

#1200, 910 7th Avenue SW

Calgary AB

T2P 3N8

403-265-1120

https://www.immigrantservicescalgary.ca/

Centre for Newcomers

T & T Pacific Place Mall

1010, 999 - 36 Street NE

Calgary, AB

T2A 7X6

https://www.centrefornewcomers.ca/

Calgary Catholic Immigration Society

(services for ALL refugees and immigrants)

5th Floor, 1111 - 11 Avenue SW
Calgary, Alberta T2R 0G5
403-262-2006

https://www.ccisab.ca/

Settlement Calgary

https://settlementcalgary.com/

Refugee Support – Government of Alberta

https://www.alberta.ca/refugee-support.aspx

Calgary Region Immigrant Employment Council

https://www.criec.ca/

Centre d’Accueil des Noveaux Arrivants Francophones

http://canaf-calgary.ca/

The Immigrant Educational Society

https://www.immigrant-education.ca/

Domestic Violence Assistance

Sagesse Domestic Violence Prevention Society

1509 Centre Street S. 

Calgary AB T2G 2E6

+1403 234 7337

https://www.sagesse.org/

  • Peer support groups and mentorship for women who have experienced domestic violence, are at risk of being abused, or women that have been involved in sex work;

  • Capacity building workshops about the experience of domestic violence within 2SLGBTQ+ communities;

  • Education to informal support networks about how to recognize domestic violence, respond (based on the situation), and refer to the appropriate supports; and

  • Serves as the backbone agency for the Calgary Domestic Violence Collective (CDVC).