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

CASA Infant and Preschool Mental Health Services

Provides mental health assessment and treatment to infants, preschoolers, and their families. A wide range of assessment and treatment programs as well as professional

CASA Mental Health

Delivers holistic, culturally safe wrap-around mental health services to children (3-17) and their families in Alberta. Provides assessment and treatment services along a continuum

Centre for Interactive Mental Health Solutions

Bliss is an 8 session interactive therapy program for depression that patients complete on their own. The program is based on psychotherapy treatment called

Child Health Behaviour Clinic at Misericordia Community Hospital

The Misericordia Community Hospital’s Child Health Behaviour Clinic offers a number of programs and services to help children and their families with their children’s

Community Assertive Services

A client centered program that provides assertive outreach, case management and intervention for children, youth, and their caregivers, who are struggling with serious mental

Community Outreach Assessment and Support Team (COAST)

Aims to meet the needs of people with developmental disabilities who have complex service needs. Offers a multidisciplinary care team that is enabling and

Connect MD

A telephone advice line which gives primary care providers access to community specialists for routine patient advice.

Cure MD

Walk-in clinics in St. Albert and Leduc that provide access to both psychologists and psychiatrists, group therapy, and ADHD assessments

Edmonton Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic

A subspecialty, multidisciplinary service with a mandate to provide rapid access to evidence based clinical services, for individuals ages 16-35, who are experiencing their

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital – Psychiatry Clinic, Child and Adolescent

Provide treatment for specialized diagnoses. Includes assessment and treatment of children and youth with complex neuro-psychiatric disorders.Disorders include:

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital – Unit 301

Children (aged 5-12) with a variety of emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric concerns are admitted to this 11-bed inpatient unit. Admission usually occurs following an

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital – Unit 302

Adolescents (aged 13-17) with a variety of severe and persistent mental health disorders are assessed and treated through his 15-bed inpatient program, usually following

Glenrose Rehabilitation Hospital – Unit 303: Children’s Day Treatment Programs

Ambulatory services for children (aged 5 – 12) with a variety of mental health conditions. Access to specific services is determined by presenting concerns

Hope for Wellness Helpline

The Hope for Wellness Helpline offers immediate mental health counselling and crisis intervention to all Indigenous peoples across Canada.

Kids Help Phone

Crisis support, mental health tips and information, professional counselling, support forums, and a service directory.