CMHA Alberta South Region offers a comprehensive range of mental health services to support the local community.
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.
A client-staffed program that offers a concession service at the CMHA office.
A Program Offering Leisure and Recreation Activities, Peer Support and Social Networking Opportunities
This Evidence Based Program offers a Variety of Hands on Skills Training Opportunities for Persons Experiencing Mental Health Problems.
24 Hour Community Stabilization Program for Individuals in Crisis.
A 24 Hour Phone Support for Individuals Experiencing a Crisis.
The “Rangers” is a Youth Group Focused On Developing a Sense of Community Through Volunteering in a Number of Environment-Related Activities.