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Non-Judgemental Support

Meaningful Connections

Easy-to-Access Services

We Offer Diverse Social Services in Southern Alberta

McMan South is a non-profit organization that provides social services in southern Alberta. Our dedicated team builds nurturing, professional relationships with participants to ensure they have access to the opportunities they deserve.


In many instances, this means providing transitional housing, emergency shelter, addiction support, family support, and much more.


Since 1975 McMan has been providing social programs to help children, youth, adults, and families overcome barriers and reach their full potential.

30+ Social Programs Made for Our Communities

The needs of our participants are very unique. We consider each situation in detail and help them through social programs that are designed to give them a fair chance at the life they desire.


This may include any of the following social services and more…

Recovery & addiction supports

SMART Recovery groups

Therapeutic foster caregiving

Supported & independent housing

Family mediation

Emergency shelter

Skill-building & support groups

Community connections

Drug treatment court

Supervised visitation

Choose one of our main offices to see our services & programs in the following locations and their surrounding areas.

Or view all programs organized by age group, program type, and location.

McMan South - What to Expect

Want to Join Our Team?

Our staff are specialized professionals with diverse backgrounds and experience who enjoy a positive organizational culture. Staff have opportunities for professional development and career advancement that leads to high levels of staff retention. If you want to learn more about our culture and how your experience and leadership align with what we do at McMan, please visit our careers page.


If you’re passionate about helping people in your community, we’d love to have you join our team.


Equal Opportunity


McMan is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion and recognizes that diverse staff benefits and enriches the work environment and contributes to organizational excellence. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals including candidates from diverse backgrounds and those with disabilities.



We have four offices across southern Alberta; find one near you and reach out. If you need emergency assistance call 9-1-1, or for a 24/7 mental health helpline, call 2-1-1.


We provide space for growth and guide participants toward the lives they desire, through…

What Our Community Says...

"So many great programs here to help the vulnerable in our community. Friendly people."

- Dallin Mendenhall

"Staff was very helpful and polite. The meeting room was clean. I appreciate the kind staff there."

- Marie Godsalve

"Very friendly, attentive, excellent place for people who need help"

- Ashlee Waddell

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