Settlement

Good help doesn’t have to be hard to find.

Our settlement programs are designed to help newcomers and new Canadians find where to go, what to do, and who to speak with. Each program focuses on important integration activities such as financial literacy, employee rights, and counselling. Please choose a program from the list below.

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Settlement
ReNEW
FREE
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Provides access to emotional support and professional counselling for recently arrived refugees and newcomers. Clients and walk-in participants will be assisted with either a one-on-one consultation or arrangements to see a professional counsellor.

Money Smart Financial Literacy
FREE
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Informs low-income newcomers and financially challenged individuals about the financial services, systems, and issues in Canada.

Arms Open Mentoring Program
FREE
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Provides fast-track assistance by University of Calgary student volunteers and contact-building through one-on-one mentor-guides who help find affordable options to transportation, banking, groceries, and more!

Care for Newcomer Children
FREE
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Offered to CIES students exclusively, this certified program provides free daycare services to the children of parents who are attending IRCC-funded programs. Childminding is free of charge and facilitates the settlement of children who are new to Canada.

Welcome Resources Information Program (WRIP)
FREE
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Information service dedicated to helping newcomers navigate the services they need. Provides guidance to other service agencies, places of worship, health and housing organizations, and more.

GROW
FREE
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Run by a committee of 19 green-thumbed, garden-loving refugees and newcomers, this project will establish a mini-garden to benefit Calgary communities.

Settlement
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ReNEW
Provides access to emotional support and professional counselling for recently arrived refugees and newcomers. Clients and walk-in participants will be assisted with either a one-on-one consultation or arrangements to see a professional counsellor.
Money Smart Financial Literacy Image
Money Smart Financial Literacy
Informs low-income newcomers and financially challenged individuals about the financial services, systems, and issues in Canada.
Arms Open Mentoring Program Image
Arms Open Mentoring Program
Provides fast-track assistance by University of Calgary student volunteers and contact-building through one-on-one mentor-guides who help find affordable options to transportation, banking, groceries, and more!
Care for Newcomer Children Image
Care for Newcomer Children
Offered to CIES students exclusively, this certified program provides free daycare services to the children of parents who are attending IRCC-funded programs. Childminding is free of charge and facilitates the settlement of children who are new to Canada.
Welcome Resources Information Program (WRIP) Image
Welcome Resources Information Program (WRIP)
Information service dedicated to helping newcomers navigate the services they need. Provides guidance to other service agencies, places of worship, health and housing organizations, and more.
GROW Image
GROW
Run by a committee of 19 green-thumbed, garden-loving refugees and newcomers, this project will establish a mini-garden to benefit Calgary communities.