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Want to learn more about Boyle Street, the programs we provide, and the people we serve? 


Every year, Boyle Street provides over 40 programs and services to approximately 12,000 individuals experiencing poverty and homelessness. This experience means that our staff are incredibly knowledgeable about the challenges faced by Edmonton’s most vulnerable populations.  


While we cannot welcome groups into our building this holiday season, Boyle Street can provide free, in-person or virtual presentations to groups, businesses, and community partners who want to engage. Presentations are a great way to learn more about our organization and the expertise we have to offer. 


We are happy to work with you to provide the learning experience that suits your needs and interests. A presentation can be as simple as an interactive conversation with our frontline workers or as informative as a training workshop. 

Examples of presentations we have provided in the past include: 

  • Boyle Street 101: An introduction to our programs and services. 

  • Interacting with Vulnerable Populations: A discussion on the context of homelessness and a review of engagement or de-escalation skills for interacting with vulnerable individuals.  

  • Naloxone Training: A training session on the standard procedures to respond to an opioid overdose using a Naloxone kit. 

  • Lunch & Learn: A discussion during your organization’s lunch break on various topics including: How to Support Boyle Street?; What is Harm Reduction?; Addressing Stigma Around Homelessness; or other topics.  


To discuss presentation options and schedule a presentation, contact our Corporate and Donor Partnership Lead: Kassidy Green (she/her) at or (587) 335-7371

Boyle Street Community Services, 2020

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.