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Programs & Services

Addiction Services - Adult Counselling

Community outpatient based adult counselling for individuals and families as well as the provision of education and prevention for substance use and misuse including alcohol, other drugs, tobacco and gambling.

A range of treatment services to help Albertans improve their health, learn new life skills and recover from the harmful effects of substance use and problem gambling. Range of services include screening, assessment, individual and group counselling, referral to other resources, and aftercare support.

Assessment and treatment will include learning about your past history, present situation and identifying your goals. The counsellor will talk with you about the different treatment options, including counselling to help you reach your goals. Your counsellor will help you choose goals and strategies, make suggestions, and review your progress with you.

The office also offers information and support to anyone (including health providers and employers) about alcohol, drugs, tobaco, and gambling.

Prevention and promotion services are offered to help prevent and reduce harm related to substance use and gambling. Services include:

  • community programs
  • workplace programs

Contact Details

Cardston Provincial Building

576 Main Street
Cardston, Alberta
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403-381-5183, 403-381-5183 (Booking Office - Lethbridge)
1-866-332-2322 (24 Hour Help Line)
Hours of Operation
Days of the Week

8:15 am - 4:30 pm

8:15 am - 4:30 pm

8:15 am - 4:30 pm

8:15 am - 4:30 pm

8:15 am - 4:30 pm


Call booking office for information.

Service Providers May Include
addiction counsellors
Service Access

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

Regularly scheduled drop in schedule provides access to a counsellor with minimal wait. Booked appointments are available.

Service Languages
Interpreter/Translation services
Service Locations
Also Known As
Addiction and Mental Health Community Services