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Service providers who offer or provide regulated services must meet core requirements and, in most cases, be licensed.
How Alberta is responding to the increase in fentanyl- and opioid-related deaths in our province.
Resources that help support children and youth with mental health concerns.
DrugSafe is a trusted source for Albertans to find vital information on reducing the harm of drugs and alcohol.
Learn about the Mental Health Advocate, what the office can do and who the Advocate is.
Funding supported projects that enhance community mental health and addiction recovery.
Makes decisions on applications pertaining to admission, competence and administration of treatment for people under the Mental Health Act.
This grant is for qualified service providers to operate the Red Deer, Lethbridge and Gunn recovery communities.
Information webinars to help support the mental health and wellness of seniors, their caregivers and service providers.
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