Grande Prairie and region

Contact Info:

Canadian Mental Health Association, Grande Prairie                                                                                            

9713 100 Avenue
Grande Prairie, AB T8V 0T5
T: (780) 814-2349
E: [email protected]

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Canadian Mental Health Association Programs:

Housing First


The Housing First program provides individuals and families help to move from homelessness and supports them in tenancy.

Mobile Addictions Outreach


Mobile Addictions Outreach works with at risk and street involved individuals and those with barriers or difficulties connecting with Alberta Health Services Addiction Supports.


Peer Support

The program provides one on one support at home and in the community for people who are challenged by a developmental disability concurrent with mental health or addiction issues.



The Hub provides several programs including Art of Friendship (8 week program), Circle of Friends (weekly gathering) and Collective Kitchen (Wednesdays and Fridays).

Other Community Resources:


Alberta Human Rights Commission
(780) 427-7661

Food Banks

Salvation Army Community & Family Services
(780) 532-3720

Housing and Shelter

Accredited Supportive Living Services
1 (877) 539-0433
Rotary House, Wapiti Community Dorm Society (24/7 shelter)
(780) 539-6777
Elder’s Caring Shelter
(780) 882-7242

Mental Health Support Service

Mental Health Help Line
1 (877) 303-2642
Alberta Health Services, Grande Prairie Nordic Court
(780) 538-5160
Walk In Counselling Services
(780) 538-5160
Kids Help Phone
1 (800) 668-6868

Thrift Stores

(780) 944-1414

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