Calgary and region

Contact Info:

Canadian Mental Health Association, Calgary
Suite 400, 105 – 12 Ave. SE (Kahanoff Centre)
Calgary, AB T2G 1A1
T: (403) 297-1700
E: [email protected]
W: http://calgary.cmha.ca/
W: http://www.youthsmart.ca/

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Canadian Mental Health Association Programs:

Post Discharge Transition Program

Housing

The Post Discharge Transition Program provides an intensive level of supportive living for clients with a severe and persistent mental disorder who are transitioning from hospital into the community.

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Supportive Living

Housing

The Supportive Living Program offers comprehensive and specialized mental health support services within residential settings.

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Advocacy

Outreach

The Advocacy program provides advocacy services to individuals and/or families who are dealing with mental health concerns.

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Independent Living Support

Outreach

The Independent Living Support program provides a comprehensive range of skill development services to people living in the community with severe and persistent mental illness.

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Street Outreach & Stabilization (SOS)

Outreach

The Outreach and Stabilization Program works to link hard-to-reach homeless adults who are experiencing mental illness to essential services.

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Peer Options

Peer Support

Peer Options provides a group peer support environment where adults with a mental disorder can further their health and well-being by reducing isolation and building social skills.

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Leisure & Recreation

Peer Support

The Leisure Recreation program helps overcome isolation that often accompanies a mental disorder by encouraging clients to partake in social/recreational activities.

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Continuing Connections

Peer Support

The Continuing Connections Program enhances quality of life for younger residents of continuing care facilities who have a mental disorder as well as complex medical needs.

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Community Education

Education

The Mental Health Education Program educates the community on mental health and wellness. Resource delivery is high quality, interactive, age-appropriate educational sessions tailored to junior and senior high school students, adults and community groups.

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Family Support

Education

The Family Support Program delivers support services enabling families in distress to more effectively manage their circumstances.

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Suicide Bereavement Program

Education

Suicide Bereavement is a grief support program specific to those who have experienced loss by suicide. The program offers counselling for individuals and families, psycho-educational support groups, and drop-in peer support groups.

http://calgary.cmha.ca/

Other Community Resources:

Addiction

Addiction Helpline (24 Hours)
1 (866) 332-2322
Cocain Anonymous
(780) 425-2715
Alberta Health Services Addictions Centre
(403) 266-4357
AHS Addiction Services - Opioid Dependency Program
(403) 955-6200

Advocacy

Alberta Human Rights Commission
(780) 427-7661

Employment Services

Health Support

Alberta Health Link
811
CUPS Primary Care Medical Clinic
(403) 221-8797
CUPS Women’s Health Clinic
(403) 221-8790
Doctor Referral Service Calgary Health Region
(780) 423-4764
HIV Community Link
(403) 508-2500

Housing and Shelter

Awo Taan Healing Lodge Emergency Women's Shelter (Crisis)
(403) 531-1972
Calgary Housing Company
(587) 390-1200
CASS- Langin Place (Males)
(403) 237-5435
Community Lamda
(403) 955-6376 
Horizon Housing Society
(403) 297-1746
Norfolk Housing Association
(403) 270-3062
The Mustard Seed Calgary Shelter
(403 )269-1319
YWCA Sheriff King Home (Women and Children)
(403) 266-4111
YWCA Community Based Supportive Housing (Women)
(403) 263-1550
YWCA Mary Dover House (Women and Children)
(403) 263-1550

Mental Health Support Service

24 Hour Crisis Line (Distress Centre)   
(403) 266-4357
Mental Health Helpline (24 Hours)
1 (877) 303-2642
Alberta Health Services, Post-Partum Community Services
(403) 943-9300

Student Resources

* * Most campus resources are available to students that are currently enrolled in their respective institutions only * *

University of Calgary - SU Wellness Centre
(403) 210-9355

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