Newcomers Resources

Are you new to Brooks? Or do you know someone who is new to our city?

Whether you’re from Winnipeg or China, Toronto or India, there are a number of services to help newcomers feel welcome and settle into their new home.

  • Alberta Health Services
    • Alberta Health Services (AHS) is proud to be part of Canada’s first and largest provincewide, integrated health system, responsible for delivering health services to more than 4.4 million people living in Alberta, as well as to some residents of Saskatchewan, B.C. and the Northwest Territories.
  • Alberta Supports
    • Helping you find and apply for family and social support.
  • Brooks Community Adult Learning Council
    • Brooks Community Adult Learning Council (BCALC) is a non-profit organization, which provides a variety of literacy programs for adults. English as a Second Language Instruction Courses for: Immigrants, Refugees, Temporary Foreign Workers, Permanent Residents and Canadian Citizen, Digital Literacy, Foundational Skills Courses and more.
  • Brooks & County Immigration Services
    • Brooks & County Immigration Services (BCIS) is a not-for-profit organization, which provides settlement and integration services to all immigrants, refugees and temporary foreign workers. It is a project of Calgary Catholic Immigration Society.
  • Brooks Francophone Association
    • The Francophone Association of Brooks offers translation services for those individuals speaking French.
  • Global Village Centre
    • Global Village Centre is a community catalyst helping immigrants become successful, contributing members of Canadian society.
  • Outcome Facilitation & Project Development ltd.
    • Outcome provides employment services for up to six months to unemployed New Canadians; Newcomers, Refugees, or Canadian Citizens not born in Canada, that currently reside in Brooks and surrounding areas.
  • Palliser Primary Care Network
    • The Palliser Primary Care Network supports health homes in south-eastern Alberta. A group of ~ 100 family physicians and over 70 health care professionals work together to improve primary care for our patients.
  • Service Canada
    • Service Canada provides Canadians with a single point of access to a wide range of government services and benefits.
  • SPEC Links Program
    • SPEC Links offers translation and interpretation services in 16 languages for residents of the county.