Health Benefits, Eligible individuals and families with limited incomes can access free health benefits through several government programs.
See locations in Alberta Works and Alberta Supports Centres
Adults who leave income support may continue to receive health benefits through the Alberta Adult Health Benefit.
Children living in low-income families are eligible for premium-free health benefits through the Alberta Child Health Benefit. Parents must apply to receive this health coverage for their children.
Contact Alberta Human Services to find out how we can assist you.
|Community and Social Services|
|Leads income, employment, disabilities and community-based supports, family violence prevention, and family & community support services.|
|Alberta Adult Health Benefit|
|Benefits are available to low-income Albertans through the Adult Health Benefit.|
|Helping you find and apply for family and social supports.
Call Alberta Supports
|Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)|
|Financial and health benefits for eligible Albertans with a permanent medical condition that prevents them from earning a living.
Find the nearest Alberta Supports Centre location and contact information. Or call or email Alberta Supports:
|Services to help Albertans explore career and training options and search for jobs.
The Employment and Training Services Directory lists programs and services that can help workers find and keep jobs, get training and adapt to a changing labour market.
|Family & Community Support Services (FCSS)|
|Find the nearest FCSS office to see what services may be offered in your area. PDF|
|Family support for children with disabilities|
|Family-centred supports and services for children with disabilities and their parents.
For more information contact your local FSCD Office
|Family violence prevention|
|Activities and resources to help prevent family violence and support healthy relationships.
Community Services and Supports Division 780-422-5916
|Apply for money to pay for basic expenses like food, clothing and shelter.|
|Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)|
|Programs and services that help adults with developmental disabilities be part of their communities and live as independently as they can.
Alberta Works financial support publications Alberta Human Services
Health Benefits Card Alberta Human Services
Alberta Child Health Benefit Alberta Human Services
Alberta Adult Health Benefit Alberta Human Services