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Alberta Wildfires Emergency Alert

Areas of Northern Alberta remain under mandatory evacuation orders or alerts. For details on affected communities visit Alberta Emergency Alert.

Updates from Alberta Health Services will be posted on our Wildfire Resources page. Updates from the Alberta government will be posted on their emergency page.

Improve Your Health in the South Zone

Public Service Announcements

Alberta Healthy Living Program (AHLP)

The Alberta Healthy Living Program provides services to those living with chronic conditions in communities throughout Alberta. Learn more about programs offered, program descriptions (South West, Lethbridge).

  • Medicine Hat, Mondays starting April 8 (details)

Better Choices, Better Health

Better Chouces, Better Health® provides free workshops that offer support to people who have ongoing chronic health conditions, or are at risk of developing a condition (such as high blood pressure, asthma, heart disease, arthritis, obesity, chronic pain, diabetes and others).

Living Your Best Life with Cancer

Speakers will share the latest information about living with cancer. Events also open to family and friends of cancer patients, as well as to their healthcare professionals. Online registration is required. For more information, call toll-free at 1-855-258-9963 or email cancerpatienteducation@ahs.ca

Addiction and Mental Health

Parenting is Prevention

Visit the Addiction and Mental Health website for more information www.ahs.ca/amh

Quitcore

QuitCore is a free, 6 session, group support program that provides Albertans (18+) with the tools and skills they need to stop using tobacco for good.

  • Medicine Hat, Tuesdays starting April 23 to May 28 (details)

Rehabilitation

  • Community Rehabilitation services support people by maintaining or improving their functional abilities, preventing and deterring illness and disability, and enhancing function for meaningful living.

Screen Test

Screen Test offers screening mammograms at two fixed locations – one in Edmonton and one in Calgary. But sometimes getting to a screening clinic isn’t easy or it’s simply too far away. That’s why Screen Test also has two mobile breast cancer screening trailers that travel to about 120 communities throughout rural Alberta.

  • Brocket, May 14, 15 & 16 (details)
  • Standoff, May 21, 22 & 23 (details)
  • Crowsnest Pass, May 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30 & 31 (details)