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Download and email our one-pagers and brochures on topics of interest to you and your school’s Mental Health PD.
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Module Categories (one-pagers)
- CES Parent Modules
- Child Development
- Early Childhood
- Educator Self-Care
- Emerging Adults
- Grief & Trauma
- Health Promotion
- Inclusive Education
- Mental Health
- Social Issues
- Substance Use
- Extra Extra
- Special Projects
- Information Transfer Form – General
- School-based Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Response protocol (NSSI Protocol)
- School-based Suicidal Ideation Response protocol (SI Protocol)
Healthy Minds Healthy Children (HMHC)
Providing access to clinicians offering clinical support to professionals working with children and adolescents, including physicians, mental health practitioners, educators, social workers, and others, in Southern Alberta.
Practitioners can call or email clinicians to consult on individual child or adolescent cases or groups; explore possible intervention strategies, resources and referral options; access telehealth consultation with the HMHC team (including our child psychiatrist), and/or identify in-service education needs for their teams.
Community Education Services (CES)
Providing parents, caregivers and community members with opportunities to access free, public education sessions on child and youth emotional wellness and health topics.
Continuing Professional Development
Offering accredited online learning opportunities to Alberta primary care practitioners, working with children and adolescents in the area of addictions and mental health to more effectively address the mental health needs of their young patients, while promoting interdisciplinary linkages among physicians and allied mental health clinicians treating children’s mental health.
The Canadian Research and Education for the Advancement of Child Health (CanREACH) is dedicated to developing literacy in pediatric mental health literacy for primary care providers by offering training and education services. With a vision of healthy futures for children, adolescents and families in the Calgary area and beyond, the mission of CanREACH is to transform health care systems by educating and empowering primary care providers in creating and sustaining practice changes, congruent with the most up-to-date evidence based information in child mental health.
Registration Inquiries: CanREACH@ahs.ca | (403) 955-1104
Alberta Health Services
- Access Mental Health – WEB
- Addiction And Mental Health Mobile Application Directory 2018 – WEB/PDF
- AHS Resources for Schools & Educators – WEB
- Alberta Comprehensive School Health – firstname.lastname@example.org
Every school jurisdiction in Alberta has an assigned AHS staff member. Please email above to learn more.
- Information Prescriptions – Child Health Topics – WEB
Alberta Teachers’ Association
First Nations, Metis, Inuit
- FNMI Hope for Wellness Help Line – WEB
- Anxiety Canada – WEB
- Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention – WEB
- Children’s Mental Health Ontario – WEB
- eMental Health Toolkit – WEB
- Raising Canada:
A report on children in Canada, their health and wellbeing – PDF
- teenmentalhealth.org – WEB
- World Health Organization – WEB
- Wildfire Professional Mental Health Resources – WEB/PDF
- Wildfire Educator Mental Health Resources – WEB/PDF
- Wildfire Family Mental Health Resources – WEB/PDF
- Canadian Cannabis Laws and Regulations – WEB *
- Cannabis Act: The Facts – WEB
- Cannabis in Canada – WEB
- Cannabis Legalization in Alberta – WEB
- Clarity on Cannabis: FAQ for Educators – PDF | En Français
- Clarity on Cannabis: Recommended Resources for Schools – PDF | En Français
- Clarity on Cannabis: What Alberta Parents and Caregivers Need to Know – PDF | En Français
- Drugsafe – WEB *
- Lower Risk Cannabis Use Guidelines – WEB
- Talk about Cannabis Toolkit – WEB
- Summary of results for the Canadian Student Tobacco, Alcohol and Drugs Survey 2016-17 – WEB