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.

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Kickstand Connect – a free virtual clinic that makes it easy to connect with mental health professionals and peer support workers by phone or

Opioid Dependency Program (ODP)

Provides initiation and maintenance of Opioid Agonist Treatment (OAT) medications and Designated Narcotic Drugs to people with opioid use disorder in an outpatient setting,

Royal Alexandra Hospital – Unit 35/36, Child Psychiatry

Admission is considered when community mental health interventions are not able to provide the level of care and support required. Primary purposes of admission:

School Based Services

Partnership between Alberta Health Services and Edmonton Catholic School Division to provide outpatient mental health therapy and consultation to schools for school aged children

Stollery Children’s Hospital – Emergency Department Mental Health

The Stollery Children’s Hospital Emergency Department provides multidisciplinary, family centered, trauma informed care to children, youth and families/caregivers for those currently experiencing a mental

Stollery Children’s Hospital – Mental Health and Addiction Assessment and Stabilization Team (MAAST)

MAAST provides assessment and stabilization for children admitted to the Stollery Children’s Hospital with underlying acute mental health and/or addiction concerns that do not

Stollery Children’s Hospital – Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic

The Stollery Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic is a team of mental health professionals that support families with children and youth experiencing moderate to severe mental

Stollery Children’s Hospital – Pediatric Consultation and Liaison Psychiatry Team (PCLP team)

The PCLP Team at the Stollery Children’s Hospital provides consultative services to inpatients at the hospital presenting with comorbid physical and psychiatric symptoms. The

Stollery Children’s Hospital – Urgent Psychiatry Clinic

The Urgent Clinic provides urgent, short-term psychiatric care for children and youth experiencing a mental health crisis-who do not otherwise have access to psychiatry

Telus Health CBT – Virtual Therapy Services

Offers virtual mental health services using telecommunications (video conferencing, online chat, or phone calls). Services include mental health assessments and treatment, including counselling services


Togetherall is a digital mental health support service which is available online, 24/7, and is completely anonymous. Professionally trained Wall Guides monitor the community

University of Alberta Hospital – Eating Disorders Program

Specialized program for individuals who experience an eating disorder that results in lower than healthy weight. The goal of treatment is normalization of weight,


Offers virtual counselling services using telecommunications (video conferencing, online chat, or phone calls). Counsellors are registered in Canada and hold a master’s degree in

Wellness Network Community Linking Programs – Young Adult Services Social, Recreation, and Wellness Programs

Offers wellness-oriented, recovery focused programming for those who are living with a mental concern and /or addiction challenges. The programs include: instruction in recreation

WestView PCN Youth Mental Health Clinic

The Youth Mental Health Clinic (YMHC) is a specialty clinic offering wrap-around mental health services for youth. Services are offered by a multidisciplinary team