Support and Counselling

Life can be challenging, especially when you experience a great change.

During and after the immigration process you may go through difficult periods mentally and emotionally. It is just as important to take care of these aspects of your health as it is your physical health.

If you are feeling stressed, overwhelmed, isolated, lonely or any other challenging feeling, there are many experts available to help you. Reach out to one of our many community supports and let them guide you to the help you need.

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Resources

Alberta Health Services Mental Health Services

​​​​​​Children: 780-538-51620

Adult: 780-538-5160

Nordic Court
10014 99 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 3N4

Breakfast Club

A free co-ed program for youth, 9 to 17 years old, who are struggling with stress or conflict, emotional or self-esteem issues, an inability to cope, or who are making poor decisions and engaging in risky behaviour. 

11402 100 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 2N5
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Catholic Family Services

Personal, couple or family counseling (sliding scale fee). Nondenominational, educational workshops and family/community liaison program.

10105 102 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 2V8
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Child and Family Services Division Northwest Regional Office/ Intervention Unit

214 Place South Suite 200, 10130-99 Avenue T8V 2V4
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Men’s Support Group

For men who have had losses (relationships, divorce, death, financial/employment)

#200, Nordic Court
10014 99 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 3N4
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Single-Session Counselling Walk-in

A short-term counselling service to help people make changes in their lives.

6th Floor, Nordic Court
10014 99 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 3N4
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Suicide Bereavement

Assistance is available following suicide or an attempt; for families, groups, workplace etc.

#200, Nordic Court
10014 99 Street Grande Prairie, AB T8V 3N4
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