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Access 24/7

Provides a single point of access to adult addiction and mental health community based programs.

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Access 24 / 7 provides a range of urgent and non-urgent addiction and mental health services including service navigation, screening, assessment, referral, consultation, crisis intervention, outreach and short term stabilization.
Key Provider: addiction counselors, family peer support, mental health therapists, occupational therapists (OTs), peer support, pharmacists, psychiatrists, registered nurses(RNs),registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs), social workers

Covid-19 Related Supports:

Provides a single point of access to adult addiction and mental health community based programs.

Coping with COVID-19: Addiction & Mental Health
More resources are available at
Healthy Together

A guide to family and home life during COVID-19

Healthy Together
Albertans can join Transform Your Stress: The Resilience Advantage — Strategies for Managing Stress in Challenging Times.
Mental Wellness Moment with Dr. Nicholas Mitchell
ideos on topics including how to deal with stress and talking to kids about COVID-19
Text4Hope
Free daily text messaging services, evidence-based tool that helps people identify and adjust the negative thoughts, feelings and behaviours a pandemic might be expected to provoke. To subscribe text COVID19HOPE to 393939.
Togetherall
Togetherall a free, online network that offers anonymous, peer-to-peer mental health services 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Stress and the Window of Tolerance

A one-page Tip Sheet that explains the Window of Tolerance (and individuals’ stress response) and how to increase this window for better mental health and well-being. For more information contact: laurie.young@ahs.ca

Building Resilient Families by Promoting Positive Mental and Physical Health
Tips, Tools & Resources to help in times of stress (e.g., mindfulness and breathing techniques; nutrition & physical activity tips) and more. For more information contact: denise.freeden@ahs.ca
The 5 Stages of Grief
For more information contact: laurie.young@ahs.ca
The 24-hours Distress Line is available 7 days a week
The Distress Line provides confidential, non-judgmental and short-term crisis intervention, emotional support and resources to people in crisis or distress. We also support family, friends and caregivers of people in crisis.

Our Distress Line Service provides:

When you reach out we will:

Harm Reduction / Substance Use / Opioids

Family Violence Information Hotline