Mental Health & Emotional Support
Addiction, Mental Health & Emotional Support
|2-1-1||Mental health support|
|Alberta’s 24-hour Mental Health Help Line||1-877-303-2642|
|Alberta Health Services||Help in Tough Times: Topics include get help now, important phone numbers, COVID-19 online resources, find healthcare services or support and self help.|
|AHS Children, Youth & Families Addiction & Mental Health|| increase awareness and reduce stigma of the mental health challenges that children and adolescents experience, provide parents and caregivers with evidence-based mental health information, and provide strategies that support mental wellness. |
|Centre for Online Mental Health Support|
Live Interactive Mental Health Support Online!
Providing useful tools for helping individuals and families manage through this difficult time.
|Wellness Together Canada||Wellness Together Canada provides an online portal that allows Canadians to access self-assessments, self-directed e-mental health tools, peer support and live counseling by telephone, video and text. |
Anyone in need or who wants to talk can access the service at www.wellnesstogether.ca or at 1-866-585-0445.
|Adult Mental Health - Rural South|
Rural SOUTH AMH are still accepting new referrals and proceeding with follow ups in the community addiction & mental health clinics at all three of rural sites. Simply call Access Mental Health @ 403-943-1500 or Toll Free 1-844-943-1500.
They have recently shifted to no longer requiring clients to come in person to the clinic; all sessions are being done via telephone or ZOOM. AHS has their own secured Zoom account which is not the same as the public zoom accounts; ensuring they are following security and privacy requirements.
Groups will be starting back up again & will be delivered through ZOOM; this would be both the CBT (Liberated Life) and the DBT groups starting in the spring.
|CDC||Mental Health & Coping with COVID-19|
Talking with Children about COVID-19
Mental Health & Coping
|Kids Help Phone||Text, Call or Live Chat|
|Seniors’ Centre without Walls|
|Free online crisis training for essential workers||Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) has developed a trio of free crisis response training programs designed to help front-line workers deal with the stress of these exceptional circumstances.|