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Programs & Services

Indigenous Mental Health Program

This service provides culturally appropriate mental health care and support for Indigenous clients.

This program works closely with nurses, physicians, and other service providers to facilitate a holistic approach to care.

Our team provides:

  • counselling for individuals and families
  • psycho-educational group therapy
  • trauma informed therapy for individuals
  • resources including access to Traditional Wellness Counsellors
  • assessment
  • supported liaison services
  • outreach services
  • education
  • community development
  • culturally safe patient and family centered care
  • assisted referrals

Service Providers May Include
community health nurses, mental health therapists, mental wellness workers, psychiatrists

People of Indigenous ancestry including: First Nations (Status and Non-Status) Metis, and Inuit.

Service Access

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Clients can self-refer themselves for services. During the Covid Pandemic, intake is available by calling the IMH Intake line at any time.



Elbow River Healing Lodge

Service Locations
Also Known As
Adult Aboriginal Mental Health, Adult Indigenous Mental Health