Houses

“Everybody needs a place to call home. Sometimes, people need help and it’s nice to know Horizon Housing is there.”
– Chris, Tenant
Horizon Housing Society

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    Albert House

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    Glasswaters House

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    Good Cheer House

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Albert House

Albert House is a supported home for eight residents in the southwest neighbourhood of Glendale. This duplex was named after former Horizon Director, Albert Munz. Albert House was constructed in 1977 and acquired by Horizon in 1993.

 

Glasswaters House

Located in northwest Calgary, Glasswaters House had been used as a convent since the mid-1950s. The building underwent a major renovation in the late 1980s when a second and third floor and additional common amenity spaces were added to the existing building. Through the following decades, the convent’s sisters would call the building home.

By 2019, the sisters recognized their convent could serve the community in new and different ways. The building was purchased and gifted to Horizon Housing through glasswaters foundation.

Today, in partnership with Emma House, 10 new and expectant mothers at-risk of homelessness make Glasswaters House their home. Here they begin their journey of motherhood, accessing the support and stability needed to transform their experience of vulnerability to one of resilience and independence.

Good Cheer House

Good Cheer House is a supported home for eight residents in the inner city community of Tuxedo Park. This duplex is named after the Order of Good Cheer broad based fundraising drive, which raised $440,000 to help purchase the duplex. Good Cheer House was constructed in 1975 and acquired by Horizon in 2001.

 

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    Hamilton House

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    Hunter House

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    Keith House

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Hamilton House

Hamilton House is a supported housing residence for eight residents in the northwest comunity of Highland Park. This duplex was named for one of the founders of Horizon, Mr. Darol Hamilton. Hamilton House was constructed in 1977 and acquired by Horizon in 2007.

 

Hunter House

Hunter House is a supported home, providing affordable housing to seven residents in Mayland Heights. This home was named for the benefactor, the Hunter Family Foundation. Hunter House was constructed in 1959 and acquired by Horizon in 1981.

 

Keith House

Keith House is a supported home for three residents in Mount Pleasant. This house was named after former Horizon President, Keith Werry. Keith House was developed by Horizon in 1994.

 

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    Marguerite House

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    Miner House

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    Roberts House

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Marguerite House

Marguerite House is a supported home for nine residents in the southeast neighbourhood of Radisson Heights. This home was named for the benefactor, Marguerite Roberts. Marguerite House was developed by Horizon in 1980.

Miner House

Miner House is a supported housing residence for eight residents in Mount Pleasant. This duplex was named after former Horizon President, David Miner. Miner House was constructed in 1979 and acquired by Horizon in 1998.

 

Roberts House

Roberts House is a supported housing residence for nine residents in Bankview. This home was named for the benefactor, Marguerite Roberts. Roberts House was developed by Horizon in 1980.