If you, a friend or a loved one are in immediate crisis, please call 911 for immediate action. Do not leave your friend alone.
If you need support, call us now at our toll free number 1.833.456.4566. We are available 24x7x365. You will not incur long distance charges for your call.
No one needs to face their problems alone. You deserve to have someone there to listen.
To learn more go to: Talk Suicide Canada
To learn more go to: CALGARY DISTRESS CENTRE
This service is free and is offered in over 200 languages.
Hearing Impaired – 403.543.1967
211 is an essential service that helps Albertans find the right resource or service for whatever issue they need help with, at the right time. 211 is available 24/7 by phone, text and chat. The service is free, confidential and available in over 170 languages over the phone.
To learn more go to: Call 211 Alberta
We support our clients in meeting their immediate and most basic needs, then work directly with them to create positive change in their lives. We believe that healthy women and healthy families lead to thriving communities.
To learn more go to: YWCA Calgary Women-Centred
CSP educates people with the information, knowledge and skills necessary to respond to the risk of suicide. We teach prevention because prevention is the only solution to suicide.
To learn more go to: Centre for Suicide Prevention
Access Mental Health Alberta
To learn more go to: Access Mental Health Alberta
Founded in 1918, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) is the most established, most extensive community mental health organization in Canada.
To learn more go to: CMHA Calgary
Eastside Community Mental Health Services (ECMHS) is a place you can rely on when you have troubles at home or need someone to talk to. We are here to listen and help.
To learn more go to : Eastside Community Mental Health
We Never Say No. We Never Give Up. We Never Turn Anyone Away.
Wood’s Homes is a children’s mental health centre. We provide treatment and support to children, youth and families with mental health needs.
To learn more go to: Wood’s Homes
Since 1988 the Centre for Newcomers (CFN) has been a key resource for immigrants and refugees of all nationalities in Calgary.
To learn more go to: Centre for Newcomers
Mental health is one of our critical community needs. While Alberta Health Services provides critical medical responses to mental health issues, United Way works with partner agencies on community-based initiatives focused on mental health promotion, prevention, and early intervention. United Way-Calgary and Area
The Calgary Dream Centre battles hopelessness. Through professional programming and compassionate outreach, we empower Calgarians to overcome the struggles of homelessness and addiction.
To learn more go to: Calgary Dream Centre
For over 35 years, The Mustard Seed has been a safe, supportive haven for individuals experiencing poverty and homelessness. We offer services and supports to those in need with the goal of helping them make positive, lasting change in their lives.
We can help. 403.269.1319
To learn more go to: The Mustard Seed
24 hour support in the Calgary region.
Call 403 263 8384 at Inn from the Cold if your family needs emergency shelter or help with housing or social supports.
To learn more go to: Inn from the Cold
Together, we fight hunger and its root causes because no one should go hungry.
We are the city’s main charitable food hub and the most accessible food bank in Calgary serving families, individuals and organizations.
To learn more go to: Calgary Food Bank
Calgary Alpha House Society was established in 1981 as a committed response to a marginalized population of men and women who are addicted to alcohol or other drugs and living vulnerable on the streets of Calgary.
To learn more go to: Calgary Alpha House
Celebrate Recovery is about connecting with others and celebrating God’s healing power through 8 Recovery Principles and 12 Steps. Ready for change? Looking for addiction support?
To learn more go to: Celebrate Recovery FAC Calgary
SMART is a free self-help program for recovery from addictive behavior. Groups are led by a lay-coordinator. Most groups also have a volunteer advisor who is a mental health professional.
To learn more go to : Smart Recovery