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Lifeboat Family Skills is an organization of trained family peers with lived experience of caring for young people who struggle with their mental health.

They have intentionally created interactive workshops to respond to parents’ feelings of frustration and confusion while supporting loved ones (age 12-25) who struggle with their mental health.


CMHA Edmonton offers a variety
of programs and services that
assist individuals 16 years of age
and older, with reaching their short and
long-term mental health goals.

The Cognitive Corner offers flexible, inclusive, trauma-informed and culturally responsive therapy to meet clients’ unique needs. They aim to contribute to the de-stigmatization of mental health through education, and provide learning and career opportunities for students and practitioners who are passionate about inclusive mental health care. 


The Eating Disorder Support Network of Alberta offers professionally-facilitated support groups to people over the age of 18. Groups serve those affected by eating disorders/disordered eating plus their families/caregivers. 

Converse and Cook is about creating social spaces were individuals are empowered to explore their connection to food and their community by creating meals and dining together.  


YMCA of Northern Alberta offers child care, child and youth recreation programs, youth, family, employment, immigrant and housing services across northern and central Alberta.

Sagesse is uniquely positioned to disrupt the structure of domestic abuse in Alberta. They work each day to support individuals who have experienced abuse while also challenging societal norms and advocating for large-scale societal changes that will eradicate abuse in Alberta. 


Free Your Mind Mental Health Society s a youth-led not-for-profit. It is based in Calgary, and it was founded with youth mental health in mind. 

Free Your Mind draws on the power of real, young voices and amplifies them. They speak out about mental health through social media, blogging, and our community events.

Starlings Community aims to nurture positive mental health in youth exposed to the stigma of a parent’s substance use by increasing their access to community protective factors, through stigma reduction, peer empowerment, and knowledge mobilization. 


Our Funding Partners

If you or someone you know is in crisis, contact emergency services (9-1-1) now.