- New mandatory public health measures in effect April 6.
- Get vaccinated: Everyone 55+. Many 16+ with health conditions. Walk-ins for AstraZeneca.
Call 911 if you or someone you know is in immediate danger.
Bullying Helpline Chat: to get help anonymously from 8 am to 8 pm, 7 days a week.
Bullying is repeated mean, cruel, hurtful behaviours done on purpose by someone with more power. It can be verbal, physical, social and online. Recognize the warning signs.
Talk anonymously with trained staff/counsellors.
Hours: noon to 8 pm MST daily
How it works:
- Enter your information and click Start.
- Watch for a pop-up window to know when the next chat staff member is free.
- Begin entering your chat when you see a message in the chat window.
What you need to know:
- the average chat session is 30 minutes
- chat is in English only
- for a more secure chat, set your internet browser to private mode
- there may be long wait times for the service
- for a faster and more stable connection use a desktop computer
- if you lose your chat connection, log in again or call 1-888-456-2323 (Bullying Helpline)
- after you finish, click ‘End chat’ instead of closing your browser
If you suspect someone is experiencing family violence or other types of abuse:
- Family Violence Info Line: 310-1818 to get help anonymously 24/7 in more than 170 languages
- Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-387-KIDS (5437) for help 24/7
- Alberta provincial abuse helpline: 1-855-4HELPAB (1-855-443-5722) for assistance in more than 100 languages from 7:30 am to 8 pm, Monday to Friday
- Protection for Persons in Care reporting line: 1-888-357-9339 to report the abuse of an adult receiving care or support services from public funded service providers such as:
- seniors’ lodges
- nursing homes
- mental health facilities
- group homes
- addictions treatment centres
- other supportive living settings