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Children, Youth & Families Addiction and Mental Health Information
Children, Youth & Families, Addiction and Mental Health provides a wide range of publicly funded mental health services and support for children and youth 5-17 years of age (and their families) residing within Edmonton and area who require mental health assessment and treatment.
Through Alberta Health Services Addiction and Mental Health, services are provided at hospital sites, community health care clinics and various community and school locations throughout the Edmonton area. Assessment and treatment services are generally provided by a multi-disciplinary team of health care providers.
Intake Services: 780-342-2701
Crisis Services: 780-427-4491
- Children, Youth & Families Addiction and Mental Health Brochure
- Single-Session Walk-In Clinic Information
- Referral Form
CASA Caregiver Village
CASA (Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health) has designed the CASA Caregiver Village website and downloadable app. This web-based parenting resource focuses on the mental health of children aged 0-18 by offering hundreds of evidenced-based strategies easily accessible on line. Many of the strategies come with downloadable tools that have been proven to be helpful for parents and caregivers who struggle to manage their children's challenging behaviours.
The site educates visitors about children's mental health, while reaching out to parents and caregivers to normalize their experience. In their own words parents talk about their fears, worries, and ultimately their success on the journey to mental wellness. Interactive tools, such as videos, worksheets, visual imagery, articles and additional links help parents cope.
For more information contact:
Spruce Grove Composite High School