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Your Mental Health and Well-Being

We understand that a mandatory evacuation from your home has a significant impact on you and your family. Your safety, security and well-being are what matters most. We’ve gathered some helpful resources below to support both your mental and physical health during this time. If you need to start a claim or have any insurance questions, please call us any time at 1‑877‑682‑5246.

Mental Health Support

Alberta Health Services (AHS) Mental Health is available onsite at reception centres and emergency financial assistance distribution sites across the province – including SAIT, Ambrose College and the University of Calgary and Northlands in Edmonton.

If you need to talk about the impact this event has on your emotional/mental well-being, call the Mental Health Help Line at 1‑877‑303‑2642 or Health Link at 811. These services are available 24/7.

The Psychologists’ Association of Alberta is offering free services to victims and first responders traumatized by recent events. Call 780‑424‑0294 (Edmonton); 403‑246‑8255 (Calgary); or, 1‑888‑424‑0297 (toll-free).

Find additional mental health resources to help you cope and respond during emergencies and public disasters.

Health Related Services

If you are looking for health advice, or other health services, contact the Alberta Health Link at 811 or 1‑866‑408‑5465 to speak with a registered nurse.

Crisis/Distress Support Centres

Crisis Support Centre - Edmonton 780‑482‑4357 / 780‑342‑7777 (Mobile Response Team)

Distress Centre Calgary403‑266‑4357 / 403‑266‑1605 (you have the option to use an online chat feature)

Additional online sites