Edmonton Zone Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services

A listing of the health services available in the Edmonton Zone for child and adolescent mental health patients. For information about social services for child and adolescent mental health patients, please visit ab.211.ca.

How to Use This Database

Please use the filters on the left to select the acuity, age range, and/or type of service/referral that you are looking for. You can click on the View Program button below any of the entries for additional information about the program’s behaviour eligibility, referral pathway, hours, contact information, and if there is a cost to patients.

Age Eligibility
Type of Service/Referral

Aboriginal Counseling Services of Alberta

Provides programs and therapy services to support Aboriginal individuals and families who have experienced family violence, are seeking anger management, or support for mental

Access Open Minds

Walk-In services for individuals 16-25; meet with a clinician and experience a solution-focused counseling session and explore with the clinician if any other services

Addiction and Mental Health – Community Services, Child and Adolescent

Provides assessment and treatment of mental health concerns. Clients who require services from clinicians that have experience in child and adolescent mental health are

Addiction and Mental Health – Crisis Team

The Crisis Team offers immediate crisis support through the Crisis Line to children / youth, aged 5-17 years of age, and their care providers.

Addiction and Mental Health – Intake Services, Child and Adolescent at Nexus Business Park

Provides a centralized single intake service for child and adolescent community mental health services across the Edmonton Zone. Offers screening and triaging of referrals,

Addiction and Mental Health – Walk-In Clinics (Leduc, Northgate, Rutherford, St. Albert)

50-minute, solution-focused, single therapy session on a first-come, first-serve basis with a focus on exploring specific issues and possible solutions. Parent / Caregiver attendance

Alberta 211

211 helps Albertans find the right resource or service for whatever issue they need help with, at the right time. 211 is available 24/7

Alberta Hospital Edmonton – Youth Addiction and Mental Health Stabilization Program

The Youth Stabilization program provides a voluntary program for youth requiring stabilization around the addiction or mental health concerns. It is a 4-bed, 10-day

Alberta Hospital Edmonton – Youth Recovery Program

An intensive, inpatient treatment program, the Edmonton Youth Recovery Program is a 90-day voluntary inpatient program supporting youth navigating their addiction concerns. The 8-bed

Anxiety Canada – Mindshift CBT Groups

Anxiety Canada is a registered charity and non-profit organization created to raise awareness about anxiety and support access to proven resources and treatment. They

Ben Calf Robe Society

Provides youth and family support services, group care and Indigenous awareness training for Indigenous youth and families.

Boyle Street Community Services – Mobile Outreach Addiction Team

An integrated model of mobile and outreach services for street-involved individuals that serves youth and adults negatively affected by substance use. It includes providing

Boyle Street Community Services – Youth Community Support Program

The Youth Community Support Program (YCSP) is a community based mental health program. This program is a partnership services between Boyle Street Community Services

Canadian Mental Health Association – Edmonton

Offer several different services including crisis services, navigation services, and suicide grief support services; as well as programs for peer support, housing, family support,

CASA House

CASA House is a live-in program for teens who need support with significant mental health and/or addiction challenges. Teens stay at CASA House for