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    For Immediate Crises:

    If you are experiencing an immediate crisis, consider accessing one of these resources:

    • Emergencies: Calling 911 or going to your local hospital emergency room
    • For urgent non emergency support: Calling a local distress centre (e.g., Calgary Distress Centre at 403.266.4357 or Edmonton Distress Line at 780-482-4357) or Canada Suicide Prevention Services (CSPS) (1-833-456-4566) (for information see https://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/en/).
    • For family violence, these resources through the government of Alberta: https://www.alberta.ca/family-violence-find-supports.aspx
    • Also “Heads Up Guys” is a website for men that lists resources: https://headsupguys.org/

    For Urgent Matters

    Additionally, some online therapist search sites such as the one below allow you to search specifically for clinicians specializing in helping people with suicidal thoughts or self-harming behaviours. That said, the other resources above are more available than a therapist on an urgent / emergency basis.

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca?tr=Hdr_Brand

    From Alberta Health Services (AHS)

    Also, Alberta Health Services has a great website listing a variety of other virtual mental health resources such as “SMART Recovery” for individuals having difficulty with addiction, “togetherall” (peer support), Kids’ Help Phone contact information, etc.:

    https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/amh/Page17137.aspx

     

    Please note that this page is neither counselling nor counselling therapy. If you need these services, please contact me or another professional. If urgent support is needed, calling Calgary Distress Centre at 403.266.4357 is an option. For emergencies, consider calling 911 or going to your local Emergency Room. This page is for information only, is not advice, and implies neither an intent to provide professional services to readers nor that a professional relationship has been established with readers. Current adult residents of the Canadian province of Alberta are the only intended audience of this page.