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  • For immediate help call: 911 
  • For information on the closest addiction and mental health clinic call: Health Link 811

Addiction and Mental Health Helplines:

Additional Helplines visit: https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Pages/Emergency-Phone-Numbers.aspx

Treatment and Programs

For more information on where to access treatment at an addiction and mental health clinic in your zone, visit Programs and Services.

How do I get help?

If you, or someone you know, is struggling with substance misuse, addiction or mental health problem, you may be wondering what you can do. The good news is that it is treatable. When you, or someone you know, decide to deal with an addiction and or mental health related problem, help is available. You can also visit Help in Tough Times for additional resources and self-help information.

Getting help for an addiction and or mental health issue

For Children and Teens

Talking to your child or student about their mental health or about alcohol, other drugs and gambling may be challenging. It’s hard to know where to start, but there is help.

Here are some questions you may be asking yourself:

For more information and to find an a service near you, contact Health Link at 811, or you can visit Help4Me, a youth based website for addiction and mental health.

For Adults

If you, or someone you know, is struggling with their mental health or may have a problem with alcohol, other drugs or gambling, you may be wondering what you can do. When you, or someone you know, decide to deal with an addiction or mental health related problem, help is available.

More information on alcohol, other drugs and gambling

If you are concerned about your or someone else’s mental health, alcohol, tobacco, other drug and/or gambling problems contact Health Link at  811. or you can visit MyHealthAlberta.