Do It Yourself Guide to Identification - page 33

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Do It YourselfGuide to Identification
CUPSHealth andEducationCentres
1001 - 10thAveSW, CalgaryAB, T2R 0B7
Tel: 403-221-8780
Fax: 403-221-8791
Mon - Fri 8:00 am - 12:00pm and 1:00pm - 4:00pm
CUPSHealthandEducationCentres IDProgramwill help families and individuals access
the identification documents they need. CUPS will help you apply and pay for your
Canadianbornbirthcertificateandphoto IDandwill alsoassistwithAlbertaHealthCare
applications.
Operation FriendshipSeniors Society
9526 - 106AveNW, EdmontonAB, T5H0N2
Tel: 780-429-2626
The society assists with paperwork for identification document applications and works
with seniors 55 andolder.
BoyleStreet Community Services
10116 - 105Ave, EdmontonAB, T5H 0K2
Tel: 780-424-4106
BoyleStreetCommunityServicesworkswithall peopleexperiencingbarriers. Theyhave
over30programs thatassistwithawidevarietyofneeds, includinghousing,basicneeds,
cultural support and identification. BoyleStreet has an ID storage facilityon siteand can
assist inobtaining ID. They do not, however, pay for IDdocuments.
Central AlbertaCommunity Legal Clinic (CACLC)
Suite 301 - 5008 50St., RedDeer AB, T4N1Y3
Tel: 403-314-9129
CACLCprovides legal advice and information topeoplewho cannot afford a lawyer anddo
not qualify for legal aid. CACLC operates a temporary photo identification program. The
temporaryphoto identificationdocumentdoesnot replacegovernment-issued identification.
It is intended to assist people with replacing their proper ID and enable them to access
services until their proper ID can be obtained. Please contact CACLC to find out more
information regarding thenext photo ID clinic.
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