FAMILY VIOLENCE
PREVENTION MONTH

In Canada 1 in 4 women will experience domestic violence & 1 woman is killed every 6 days by her partner. Immigrant-specific factors exacerbate the already vulnerable position for newcomer women, such as limited language skills, isolation from family & community, cultural inhibitors & uncertain legal status. Help Stop the Violence. Donate to CFN's Vulnerable Population Services during Family Violence Prevention Month.

OUR SERVICES

SETTLEMENT SERVICES


Settlement services at the Centre for Newcomers help address the needs of immigrants and refugees to make a successful transition to their new home in Calgary.

JOBS & CAREERS

YOUTH & FAMILY

LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION

Are you new to Canada?

Do you have questions about how to find work in your occupation, or what training program to take?

We can help you reach your employment goal.

Real Me works with newcomer youth currently involved in gang-related activities, or at risk of becoming involved in those activities. Program staff help youth participants to reach their highest future potential, regardless of their past.

English language and training services offer clients qualified instructors and practical training in reading, writing, listening, and speaking, as well as life skills, and Canadian cultural awareness. 

NEWS & EVENTS

FAMILY & COMMUNITY

SUPPORT SERVICES

For over 50 years, the Government of Alberta, together with participating municipalities and Métis Settlements, have jointly funded preventive social services for Albertans through the Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) program. The Province contributes 80 per cent of the cost of operating a local program and the participating municipality or Métis Settlement contributes a minimum of 20 per cent.

 

CFN PARTNERS 

WITH IKEA

CFN is pleased to announce our partnership with IKEA to help them facilitate their nation-wide Refugee Employment Program here in Calgary. The purpose of the partnership is to provide Canadian refugee job seekers with potential opportunities to work with IKEA Canada.

 

CFN and IKEA will work together to design different strategies that allow CFN clients to learn about IKEA business and culture, as well as the type of positions available at its stores. CFN will host an IKEA hiring fair right here at the Centre on November 28th.

HOSPITALITY 

@ CFN

Funded by the Prince's Trust, supported by RBC and KPMG, with Marriott Hotels as our employer partner, CFN is pleased to once again offer the Get Into Work Experience program. The program is geared towards youth ages 18 to 30 years old, experiencing barriers to enter the labour market, with no or limited work experience.

Volunteer with CFN

HELP US BUILD COMMUNITY 

Office Hours

Monday to Friday

8:30 am - 4:30 pm


We are closed on Statutory holidays and long weekends

 

Address

1010, 999 - 36 Street NE

Calgary, AB T2A 7X6
 

(located inside the T & T Pacific Place Mall. -  Please use the northeast entrance off of 36 st, 12 Ave NE. No access from 33 st NE.
 

 

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Phone: 403.569.3325
Email: info@centrefornewcomers.ca