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Programs & Services


Community Geriatric Mental Health Service

Mental health services for seniors living in the community who have moderate to severe age-related mental health concerns.

Services provided may include:

  • assessment, treatment and follow-up
  • caregiver support
  • one-to-one and group treatment for seniors with mental health concerns (e.g. anxiety, depression, schizophrenia and other psychiatric disorders)
  • clinic and in-home service
  • education for the client, caregiver, and community partners

The family doctor and other caregivers are involved in the assessment and treatment plan.

This service does not offer crisis intervention.

Day treatment Services: Group therapy, for individuals experiencing anxiety and depression, psychiatry consultation also available.

SAILL: Three phase group based therapy for individuals seeking group work for substance abuse. Psychiatry consultation also available.

Access
Service Providers May Include
mental health clinicians, occupational therapists, outreach workers, psychiatrists, psychologists, registered nurses(RNs)
Eligibility

70 years and older with age-related mental health problems. Must be living in the community (private home, lodge, or group home).

Service Access

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

Clients can also self-refer.


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