Red Deer and region

Contact Info:

Canadian Mental Health Association, Red Deer
5017 50th Avenue
Red Deer, AB T4N 4B2
T: (403) 342-2266
E: [email protected]

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Canadian Mental Health Association Programs:

The Buffalo Apartments


The Buffalo Apartments is a 39 unit complex owned and operated by Potter's Hands Housing. CMHA staff provide 24 hour support to individuals using a Housing First philosophy.



HomeLinks is part of Red Deer’s plan to end homelessness and provides intensive case management supports to individuals exiting homelessness.
Our program is based on a Housing First Model, offering supports for people to find and maintain permanent, affordable housing.

Alberta Brain Injury Network


ABIN is part of a provincial network of programs that offer service coordination and supports to individuals and families who are impacted by an acquired brain injury.

Decision Making Assistance Program


The Decision Making Assistance program helps families and individuals examine substitute decision making options for vulnerable adults. This includes personal directives, supported decision making, co-decision making, or guardianship. Assistance is also provided to complete required documents.

The Education Program


Central Alberta CMHA offers a wide variety of educational opportunities during the daytime and evening hours. Some programming occurs on the weekend.

Other Community Resources:


Addiction Helpline (24 Hours)
1 (866) 332-2322
Safe Harbour (non-medical detox)
(403) 347-0181

Food Banks

Salvation Army Church and Community Services
(403) 346-2251
Loaves and Fishes
(403) 347-1844

Housing and Shelter

49th Street Youth Shelter
(403) 341-3190
Piper Creek Foundation
(403) 343-1077
Shining Mountains Living Community Services
(403) 346-9794

Mental Health Support Service

Mental Health Helpline (24 Hours)
1 (877) 303-2642
Vantage Community Services
(403) 340-8995

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The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) in Alberta is made up of eight regions. Additionally CHMA in Alberta includes the Centre for Suicide Prevention and a Divisional (Provincial) office located in Edmonton.

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