Jellinek Society is a non-profit organization providing a peer oriented, safe, and nurturing home for men in early drug and alcohol addiction recovery.
We help recovering alcoholics and cross-addicted men re-enter society sober, clean and self-reliant.
The Jellinek Society operates a 17-bed residence for men in the early stages of their recovery process. We offer an abstinence-based environment that provides housing and fellowship for those transitioning between treatment and independent living.
Jellinek Society’s recovery house provides a peer-supported environment to help you meet your personal goals after treatment – whether they be a return to work, applying to school, or reintegrating with family life.Learn More
In 1959, the United Church Hostel was established and funded by the United Church of Canada on the south-side of Edmonton. In 1964, the Hostel moved to its present location in downtown Edmonton where it was incorporated as the Jellinek Society.Learn More