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CMHA Lethbridge Programs
CMHA ASR offers support to those who may be experiencing a crisis due to any reason. Programs work with one another to triage and ensure individuals in crisis receive the best possible service.
Distress & Suicide Prevention Line
24/7 phone support for individuals experiencing crisis. Phone: 403-327-7905
Crisis Intervention Team
Mobile Support Services that provides crisis intervention and stabilization available. Pager: 403-381-1116.
Community Mental Health Crisis Beds
24/7 Community Stabilization program for individuals in crisis. Accessible through the Crisis Intervention Team.
CMHA ASR offers supports to those who may be having difficulties finding or maintaining housing as well as persons who are chronically homeless. Programs work with one another to triage and ensure individuals receive the best possible service.
Homebase Centralized Intake and Referral Services
Intake, Assessment and Triage services for individuals who are homeless or facing an eviction. Phone: 403-942-7040.
Diversion Outreach Team (DOT)
A mobile diversion response to street level addiction and public intoxication that provides transportation to access shelter and health services. Sunday – Saturday, 9 am – 9 pm. Phone: 403-892-3707.
Safe Community Call Centre
Dispatches various services that respond to street involved activity throughout Lethbridge (needle debris, public intoxication, public defecation, encampments, etc.) Phone: 403-382-0545.
CMHA ASR has various programs that offer social and leisure activities with peers to individuals in the community.
Club 4 U
Offers leisure and recreational activities, peer support, social networking and recovery based group opportunities for individuals with mental illness.
Recovery College Lethbridge
Peer Support programming that builds resiliency through a variety of recovery based, peer led programs.
In person, online, print and phone information resources to connect people to services in the community. Located in the Lethbridge Public Library. Phone: 403-328-LINK.
Our courses offer more structured learning experiences than a typical group program. They’re designed with input from qualified and experienced educators based on contemporary learning theory. Each course has clear learning outcomes and activities to explore and build knowledge.
Nothing! All courses are free, but you must register before attending.
Our courses are friendly, informative, engaging and enjoyable to help students on their recovery journey. Two trainers co-facilitate each course – one an expert by profession, working in their field of expertise; the other an expert by experience, those who have personal experience who will share their experience as part of the course.
None. All of our courses are open to everyone at all levels and at all stages of recovery. All we require is an open mind and a willingness to participate.
The majority of courses are held at CMHA Lethbridge’s Learning Centre, but we will also have classes in community venues across Lethbridge. Locations for each course can be found in the course summary.
Anyone aged 16+ affected by mental health or addiction who want to explore the recovery journey and their own wellness. Those who are supporting a family or friend, as well as people working in the mental health field are welcome to attend. No referral is needed.