Horizon Housing Society

Horizon Housing Society has been providing affordable and supported homes in an integrated environment to people with a variety of needs since 1976. This type of housing helps reduce the stigma attached to a particular group and promotes community integration, independent living and acceptance while enhancing quality of life.

Why do we need this building?

More than 14,000 Calgary households are at extreme risk of homelessness and only a small percentage of rentals in our city contain three or more bedrooms. There are simply not enough affordable housing options with space for families. This property will not only create homes for many vulnerable individuals, but also for many families so they can stay together and grow in a safe and stable environment.

  • Build a new apartment building for over 200 people with mental health challenges, limited mobility, families and seniors living below the poverty line, and the working poor.
  • Tenants pay rent based on their income so that it’s affordable.


  • Community space provides a place to gather and socialize with other tenants.
  • Meeting space is a private place for tenants to connect with support workers.


  • Horizon Housing works with over 15 agencies who refer tenants and provide support.
  • Each agency is designated a certain number of units in the building.
  • Support services vary depending on the tenant and agency but may include life skills training, mental health support, education opportunities, etc.

*Rendering and project features are subject to change

Martina Jileckova, Chief Executive Officer

“With unprecedented collaboration within the housing sector and support among government partners, there is incredible potential for Horizon Housing Society to advance its mission and do even more to serve Calgarians in need. I’m excited to lead this work while continuing to help our community’s most vulnerable build community and find their independence.” — Martina Jileckova, Chief Executive Officer

“I know my building manager will knock on my door if he hasn’t seen me in a few days and make sure I’m okay.”

Read Bob’s story.


View our other Partners:
Accessible Housing
Bishop O’Byrne Housing Association
Calgary Alpha House Society
Calgary Homeless Foundation
Calgary John Howard Society
Horizon Housing Society
Silvera for Seniors
The Mustard Seed
Trinity Place Foundation of Alberta


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