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AHS Mental Health Parent Information

Edmonton Catholic Schools works closely with Alberta Health Services to support the mental health needs of students. Through this partnership each school has access to a Mental Health Therapist who can provide support to students at school based on individual referral. For more information click here: What can a Mental Health Therapist do

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AHS provides the following information for educational purposes regarding suicide. Please direct specific questions to a doctor or healthcare professional. AHS Suicide Information

AHS Crisis Mobile Response Team: 780-427-4491

AHS Children Youth & Families Centralized Intake and Walk in services: 780-342-2701

The Support Network Distress Line: 1-800-232-7288

Due to school closures that have taken place as a precaution to prevent further spread of the novel coronavirus /COVID-19, the Caregiver Education Sessions and P.E.A.R. / Resiliency Groups from March - June 2020 have been cancelled.

We appreciate the challenges around supporting our children and youth in these uncertain and changing times. Our team has created a handout for you with caregiver considerations around COVID-19. We hope it provides helpful suggestions for you and your family in the days to come.

Caregiver Education Virtual Sessions Spring 2020

Triple S - Skills, Support, and Self-care: Virtual Parenting Sessions

Our team is continuing to develop accessible resources for parents and caregivers to support the mental health of children and youth and we will share more of these with you as they become available. For brief videos on mental health literacy, please go to https://www.cyfcaregivereducat...

For up-to-date information about the novel coronavirus / COVID-19, and to access the online self-screening tool, go to https://www.albertahealthservi...

If you have concerns around health symptoms, call Health Link at 811.

AHS Addictions and Mental Health Resources For Parents:

The Parent Information Series is designed to answer frequently asked questions and give parents factual information that may help prevent children from using drugs, help them make healthy lifestyle choices and support them in making changes in their lives.

Click here for more Information

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