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Our Services

CMHA Alberta South Region is a voluntary charitable organization that has been offering mental health services in Southern Alberta since 1965. We believe in supporting individuals, groups and communities in increasing and enhancing their mental wellness. We have accomplished this through provision of public and professional education, social action, advocacy and direct service delivery.

CMHA Alberta South Region offers a comprehensive range of mental health services to support the local community.


A La Karte Program

A program delivered by persons with lived experience.

Anti-Stigma Endowment Fund

A youth anti-stigma, strategic sustainability plan which will ensure continued support for a meaningful, effective and evidence based community anti-stigma program which includes: an endowment fund (Anti-Stigma Endowment Fund) to ensure the continuation of the project and CMHA’s commitment to support youth leaders in their planning and delivery of projects in their schools.

Castle Supported Housing

Affordable Housing

Chez Noveau Program

A client-staffed program that offers a concession service at the CMHA office.

Club 4-U

A Program Offering Leisure and Recreation Activities, Peer Support and Social Networking Opportunities

Community Approach to Skills Development Training Program

This Evidence Based Program offers a Variety of Hands on Skills Training Opportunities for Persons Experiencing Mental Health Problems.

Community LINKS

An Information and Referral Center

Community Mental Health Crisis Beds

24 Hour Community Stabilization Program for Individuals in Crisis.

Distress Line of South Western Alberta

A 24 Hour Phone Support for Individuals Experiencing a Crisis.

Enviro Rangers

The “Rangers” is a Youth Group Focused On Developing a Sense of Community Through Volunteering in a Number of Environment-Related Activities.