Boyle Street Community Services, 2019

Community Centre Reception:
(780) 424-4106

Community Centre
10116-105 Avenue

Edmonton, AB T5H 0K2

ᐊᒥᐢᑿᒌᐚᐢᑲᐦᐃᑲᐣ (Amiskwacîwâskahikan),

Treaty 6 Territory

 

Charitable Registration no.: 118814391 RR0001

​Boyle Street Community Services is the trade name of The Boyle Street Service Society, an Alberta society and a registered charity.

Photos by Alexandra Day and Kaylee Cheladyn 

Services & Sites

C5 North East Hub & Ubuntu

Ubuntu

Location
Based out of North East Hub

14017 Victoria Trail NW, Edmonton, T5Y 2B6

 

Hours

Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday, 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

 

About

The Ubuntu CSD (Collaborative Service Delivery) Program, is an innovative approach to child and family support which leverages a network of partner agencies and Children’s Services to create customized support for children, youth, and families in North East Edmonton. Ubuntu offers a continuum of culturally aligned, community-based, family and child-centered services. Ubuntu is one point of access to a streamlined set of services that leverages the expertise of the C5, including Boyle Street Community Services. We are always guided by Ubuntu’s core philosophy: the importance of the voice of persons served in decision making and goal setting.

Ubuntu’s Four Pillars

  • Children: every child/youth will have a say in their future

  • Family: every effort will be made to work with family members to keep them together

  • Culture: we will understand and respect the cultural context of those we serve

  • Community: every child/youth will live in, or be connected with, the community from which they come

C5 North East Hub

Boyle Street Community Services is a part of the C5, a collection of 5 community agencies working collaboratively to give a voice to over 30,000 Edmontonians. 
 

C5 Agencies include:

Together, we operate the C5 North East Hub. It's a community centred site designed to provide community-based supports utilizing the strengths of all C5 agencies. 

Between the C5 agencies, we support and empower:

  • Indigenous individuals and families

  • Some of the most economically, socially and culturally excluded and marginalized children, youth and adults in our inner city

  • Newcomers, immigrants and refugees

  • Children and their families living in vulnerable situations

  • Teen parents