When someone's in trouble or things don't seem quite right, find the number of someone who can help.
AEMA leads the coordination, collaboration and co-operation of all organizations involved in the prevention, preparedness and response to disasters and emergencies.
The Provincial Operations Centre (POC) serves as a communication and response coordination centre in response to a natural or human-induced disaster.
Albertans can call the Emergency Income Support Contact Centre 24-hours-a-day throughout the year to get help in an emergency for basic needs like shelter, food, clothing and transportation.
Call the Bullying Prevention Helpline. Help is provided in more than 170 languages.
If you suspect a child is being abused, call 310-0000 to get the telephone number of your local office or call the Child Abuse Hotline.
If you think someone you know is experiencing family violence, reach out by calling the Family Violence Info Line.
Report energy or environmental issues in your area. Your anonymity is guaranteed.
Report A Poacher relies on Alberta's hunters, anglers and outdoor enthusiasts to report suspected illegal activities.
- #3800 (Telus mobile)
Be as specific as you can when reporting a wildfire in Alberta.
- 310-3473 (FIRE)
A toll free confidential service that provides support, information and referral services for alcohol, tobacco, drug and gambling addiction.
An around the clock service that helps with alcohol and drug detox in a safe and controlled setting.
Get health advice from a registered nurse.
Get confidential information and referrals.
Call here for all dangerous goods questions and to report dangerous goods transport related incidents.
Report serious incidents in the workplace.