Mental Health & Emotional Support

Addiction, Mental Health & Emotional Support

2-1-1Mental health support
Alberta’s 24-hour Mental Health Help Line1-877-303-2642
Alberta Health ServicesHelp 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
Alberta Health Services, in collaboration with The Mental Health Foundation, is proud to offer FREE online programming for parents and caregivers of children and youth. Our aim is to 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. Click to learn more. 
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. 

This evidence-based approach is designed to provide services to some of the key groups who are suffering most.

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 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. 

CDCCoping with Stress
Talking with Children about COVID-19
Mental Health & Coping
Kids Help PhoneText, Call or Live Chat
Seniors’ Centre without Walls
  • 55+
  • Free phone-based program that offers recreational activities, health and well-being topics, or friendly conversation for older adults
  • Once registered, call in is toll free
  • 780-395-2626
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.