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Researchers from across Canada are gathering in Calgary to discuss the data they are collecting to support various projects related to homelessness. This two day conference focuses on discussions among researchers across the spectrum about how to get more from our data, both collectively and individually. Presenters will also highlight innovative practices in data utilization, … Read More
e4c is seeking an Overnight Life Skills Coach at Buffalo Home (Women’s House) in Edmonton, AB. An opportunity for a passionate individual who is interested in social justice, social change, innovation, and collaborative work to support residents who identify as women (ages 18+) within a 10 bed residential setting. You will facilitate meaningful life skills building opportunities that … Read More
The 2019 Community Planning Association of Alberta (CPAA) conference is bringing together planners, administrators and politicians from throughout Alberta, so that each might better appreciate and understand the others knowledge, priorities and perspectives. The conference creates a space for planners, administrators and politicians to explore how planning can help influence, shape and enhance our communities and … Read More
A new resource centre, managed by the Community Housing Transformation Centre (CHTC) is now open. It is designed to help build a strong and resilient community housing sector while continuing to support Canadian families. CHTC will receive $68.6 million for administering the resource centre and two important initiatives under the NHS: A Sector Transformation Fund … Read More
RESOURCE | Indigenous and Non-Indigenous People Experiencing Homelessness and Mental Illness in Two Canadian Cities
Indigenous people in Canada are not only over-represented among the homeless population but their pathways to homelessness may differ from those of non-Indigenous people. This study investigated the history and current status of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people experiencing homelessness and mental illness. The researchers hypothesized that compared with non-Indigenous people, those who are Indigenous would … Read More
We are the provincial association representing non-profit housing providers and supporters in Alberta.
We are driven by the urgent need for ongoing province-wide coordination and strategy across the levels and departments of government, service providers, and client groups. ANPHA was formed to provide a unified voice for the non-profit, affordable housing sector. Our members include a range of housing providers who serve Albertans of all ages. In addition, our members include companies, organizations, and individuals who share our mission and want to help build capacity and advance affordable housing.
What We Do
A registered non-profit society, we are champions of the non-profit affordable housing industry. We represent a provincial voice for the full range of affordable housing and homelessness issues. We serve as an information centre; we advocate to advance housing strategy provincially and federally; and we aim to strengthen industry capacity.
We believe all Albertans must have access to safe, suitable and affordable housing. A truly inclusive and vibrant community has housing options for everyone. Achieving this will require coordinated funding and the development of consistent policies from all orders of government.
ANPHA enables those connected to the affordable housing industry to accomplish collectively what could not be done individually. Bringing our collective voice to the provincial and national levels strengthens our influence. We offer resources from which our members can draw ideas, build momentum, and discover new opportunities.