Alberta Health Services | Child & Youth Addiciton & Mental Health Services
780-538-5162 | 10014 – 99 Street
Addiction Services offers information services, prevention programs, outpatient counselling, tobacco reduction & cessation, Youth Detox & Stabilization and the Protection of Children Abusing Drugs program.
Mental Health offers individual psychotherapy, child management counselling, behavior therapy, critical incident stress debriefing, post-disaster crisis counselling, and community outreach services for children.
The Breakfast Club
780-539-7142 | #203, 11402-100 Street
A co-ed program for teens with coping problems, depression, stress, self-esteem issues or suicidal thoughts or behavior. It consists of a weekend retreat, group follow-up and individual support. A modified program is available for tween ages 9-12.
Caribou Child & Youth Centre
780-814-7223 | 3rd Floor, 10031 – 103 Avenue
The Caribou Child & Youth Centre serves children and youth (under 18) who have experience sexual, physical, or psychological abuse, exploitation, and/or neglect. They have a committeed, comprehensive multidisciplinary team that works together to provide the best possible services for children and their families. Our team consist of: RCMP, Child Family Services, Pace, Victim Services, and Crown Prosecutor.
Crime Prevention Child & Youth Intervention Program
The Child & Youth Intervention Program offers support to families with children or youth who are struggling or have behaviours of concern.
HIV North | LGBTQ Youth Mentor
780-538-3388 | 9607-102 Street
The LGBTQ Youth Mentor supports youth through diversity education and one-on-one support. The youth drop-in program offers a safe space where LGBTQ youth can build connections with others in the community who have similar experiences.
John Howard Society
780-532-0373 | #200, 10135-121 Avenue
A community based non-profit organization concerned with the causes and consequences of crime. A few programs they offer are an alternative junior high school program, an anger management program for youth, couple’s enrichment, criminal justice education, parenting after separating seminar, group therapy for men and women involved in intimate abuse, support and assistance.
Mountain Plains CSSN | Youth Residential Detox & Stabilization Program
780-532-7170 | 10109 – 97 Ave, Suite 205
In partnership with Alberta Health Services, the YRDS facility has grown to offer a wide array of services. Offering both a ten day voluntary and ten day court mandated Protection of Children Abusing Drugs (PChAD) stabilization program for youth ages 12-18 years of age.
To access services contact the AHS Addicitions and Mental Health team at 780-538-5162
Pregnant and Parenting Teens
780-538-3854 | Lion’s Learning Centre, 9625 Prairie Road
Provides information and support to pregnant and parenting teens to promote a healthy pregnancy, maximize opportunities for education and/or training, access to community resources and independence.
Sunrise House – Youth Emergency Shelter
780-539-3287 | 587-202-3598 | 9309-109 Avenue
If you are between ages 12 and 17 looking for a safe place to go, we can help. Sunrise House administers several programs to help youth overcome challenges and success. The main goal is to decrease the risk of youth homeless by assisting the family in the building of health coping skills, positive communications and resistance to crisis.