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Resettlement Services

CCIS’s resettlement services are the foundation for your thriving new life in Canada. Our services are designed to address your unique and most pressing needs: securing a comfortable home, finding meaningful employment, and integrating into the community. We assist Government Assisted Refugees (GARs) with finding temporary and long-term housing, clarifying tenant rights and responsibilities, while prioritizing educational support for children, helping them adapt to their new environment. With CCIS, you’re not just settling in; you’re laying down the roots for a prosperous future in Calgary.

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As the largest immigrant serving agency in western Canada, the team at CCIS has done an incredible job over the last 30+ years supporting immigrants and refugees with their settlement, training, and integration needs. They set the standard for service levels in the immigrant serving sector. No one does it better.

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CCIS is a place every immigrant should endeavour to go. Very helpful. Always going above and beyond. Truly the best in this field. They treat every case/client uniquely. I'm so glad for all the help I and my friends received. We were able to settle in as quickly as we did because of CCIS. Thank you!

Samuel Obadero Client

This organisation is a backbone to new immigrants always there to help guide and settle in this new society. I highly appreciate their work.

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Sehrish Aziz

Great organization staffed with great people doing important work. We take great pride in our partnership with CCIS, and we're proud to be a part of their housing solutions. Keep up the excellent work!

Mainstreet Equity Corp Partner

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Make A Direct Impact on Your Community by Donating to CCIS (Calgary Catholic Immigration Society).

We acknowledge all donors who contribute so generously to CCIS. Your contribution honours the courage and resiliency of Alberta’s newest residents.

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