CMHA Calgary builds awareness and provides education and support for individuals and families living with a mental health or substance use concern, and a loss by suicide.
Our Peer Support service provides the opportunity for anyone – individual, family member, or professional – to speak with someone with lived experiences of mental health or substance use concerns. By engaging with our Peer Support Workers, you can make a connection with someone with lived experience, increase your sense of engagement and belonging, and move through your recovery journey to develop skills and build resiliency.Read More
CMHA Calgary offers counselling to family members or friends living and coping with a relative or significant other who is suffering from a mental health issue, grief and loss counselling for those struggling with death and non-death grief and loss, and suicide bereavement counselling for those individual survivors, families and couples to develop an enhanced understanding of their own grief process.Read More
CMHA Calgary has developed a number of educational programs that provide courses and classes to help you develop your own resourcefulness. Everyone is welcome to attend our free online courses and classes. No previous experience is required and with more than 45 courses to choose from, there is a course for everyone.
NEW: CMHA Calgary now offers online, self-paced courses for young adults. Find out more at equipped.youthsmart.ca!
Family and friends often have a difficult time coping and wonder how best to help a relative or friend with a mental health or substance use concern. Through our Counselling Drop-in and Therapy Groups, we offer support and resources to aid family members in maximizing in their ability to assist their loved ones, individuals struggling with a death and non-death grief and loss, and a loss by suicide, all while staying balanced in the process.Read More
It is Canadian Mental Health Association – Calgary Region’s (CMHA Calgary) mission to be a leader in reducing the impact of mental illness and addiction in community. For more than 65 years, we have provided a person and family-centred integrated service model focused on early intervention and prevention of a mental health or substance use concern that delivers a measurable increase in community resiliency.Connect Today
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