NEW TO CANADA?
HERE’S SOME RESOURCES TO GET YOU SETTLED
EISA exists in order to provide programs and direct services relating to Integration, Settlement, Adaptation and Education for new immigrants, refugees and first generation Canadians in Edmonton and surrounding areas regardless of age, gender, religion, nationality or ethnic origin to assist them make a smooth transition into Canadian life. English as Another Language (EAL) | Information Referrals and Orientations | In-School and library Settlement Services | New Neighbours Program | Support Services-Translation, Interpretation and Commissioner for Oaths Services | Youth Settlement Services | Newcomer Community Integration Project (NCIP)
10720 113 St NW | (780) 474-8445
Language Assessment, Referral and Counselling Centre under the Immigration & Settlement Department
English language assessment or education counselling. All services are free for Permanent Residents or Canadian Citizens. For 18 years old and above.
Immigration and Settlement Service
8212 - 118 Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5B 0S3
Tel: (780) 424-3545
Children, Family and Community Service
10320 - 146 Street
Edmonton, AB T5N 3A2
Tel: (780) 471-1122
Provide practical & useful resources to help new immigrants to better cope with everyday living. Counselling & Referrals: Settlement Counselling, Information Sessions, Support Groups, Mental Health Intake and Referral. Employment Related Services and awareness initiatives. Cannot provide service relating to legal, medical , insurance and immigration applications.
9649 – 105 A Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5H 0M3
Phone: (780) 429-3111
Unit 2, 810 Saddleback Road NW
Edmonton, AB T6J 4W4
Phone: (780) 429-3119
To help all individuals with credentials and education from outside of Canada find employment in their field including health care, engineering and trades, business, science and technology, and arts and community service. These services are provided at no cost to you!
5th and 10th Floors,
10004 – 104 Avenue NW
Toll Free: 1-877-273-3461