Indigenous Mental Health Services

This program provides various streams of service to support the mental health of Indigenous children, youth and families. All services are based in Indigenous cultures, worldviews and spiritualties.

What happens in this program?

Families can receive support via the following streams:

  1. First Nations, Métis and Inuit Mental Health Services: Provides trauma and culturally-informed mental health services to Indigenous children, teens and their families. Families can access these services at CASA’s Edmonton locations, or right in their community.

  2. Indigenous Wellness Support Services: Provides culturally-based services to patients participating in other CASA programs and services.

  3. School-Based Mental Health Program: Provides mental health education and treatment to children and teens in partner First Nation and Métis schools. This stream also provides professional development and consultation for school administrations and educators.

Who is this program for?

The program is for children, youth and families living in or connected to the Alexander, Alexis Nakoda Sioux, Enoch Cree and Paul First Nations.

​How do I access this program?

Caregivers, schools, children’s programs and community service providers (such as health and wellness centres) can refer.

Get started by calling the team at 780-400-4558.

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For A Child In Immediate Crisis

If your child is in physical danger or is at risk of harming themselves or someone else, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.

If your child is in crisis, dial the Edmonton distress line at 780-482-4357 for immediate assistance.

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