AIDS Calgary Phone: (403) 508-2500 Our client services team has a comprehensive understanding of what it means to be living with or at risk for HIV/AIDS. These trained professionals have a thorough understanding of HIV/AIDS and related issues such as addiction, mental health and harm reduction.
Alberta Health Services 24-hour Health Link: 1 (866) 408-5465 Offers education and information in a variety of formats including online, classes, books, and pamphlets. Also allows you to search for family doctors in your area. A variety of health and wellness needs. Best Beginning (AHS) Phone: (403) 228-8221 Prenatal information and support to pregnant women living on a low income, or teens of any income. The program provides milk and vegetable coupons, assistance with bus tickets, and referrals to prenatal food hampers, if required.
Birthright 24-hour Hotline: 1 (800) 550-4900 Phone: (403) 269-5915 Toll Free: 1 (800) 550-4900 Services include anonymous pregnancy tests, education guidance, community resource information and referrals, emergency food/shelter (referral), adoption information, maternity clothes, baby clothes/layettes. Hotline available 24 hours a day to reach a volunteer for help in the event of an emergency.
Calgary Pregnancy Care Centre 24-hour Hotline: (403) 269-3110 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Women and teens are eligible if they are 19 years of age or younger; 20 years of age or older and living on a low income. The Centre offers pregnancy testing, counseling, referrals, housing, prenatal classes and support groups for parents, birth mothers, and women experiencing post-abortion grief. No fee.
Calgary Sexual Health Centre Phone: (403) 283-5580 Email: email@example.com Counseling and referral: All services are confidential. Information and counseling regarding unplanned pregnancy. Options include parenting, abortion and adoption, as well as birth control, sexually transmitted disease, and sexual decision making. Free pregnancy tests are available on a drop-in basis. Post-abortion counseling and various support groups are offered. No fee.
CUPS Women's Health Center Phone: (403) 221-8790 · General health care for any man, woman or child who lives in poverty · Blood tests and vaccinations · Pre-natal and post-natal care for mothers · Visiting medical specialists in psychiatry, neurology, rheumatology, optometry and hepatitis C care · Mental health care for adults receiving health care at CUPS or low income adults (must be referred by a CUPS' doctor) while on the waitlist for Access Mental Health services · Shared Care Mental Health offers: emotionally supportive counseling; psychiatric assessment and follow-up; medication support and prescriptions; referrals for addictions counseling, supported mental health housing, OT assessments, financial support, and to other mental health support agencies and programs; and consultations with and referrals to other agencies, hospitals and hospital programs (includes treatment programs and hospital discharge planning.
Health Link Calgary Toll Free: 1 (866) 408-5465 Talk to a Registered Nurse 24 hours a day. Advice for any health concern.
The Alex Phone: (403) 266-2622 Offers primary healthcare, above and beyond traditional services. Includes: chiropractic care, physiotherapy, massage therapy, a youth drop-in centre, a breastfeeding clinic, and nutrition support.
Tracy Program Phone: (403) 818-5344 Free group support for pregnant and postpartum women. The group runs for four weeks with one-hour sessions. Sessions include information and practical skills for pregnant and postpartum moms trying to reduce their smoking. Bus tickets will be provided for transportation to and from the group. Grocery vouchers in $25 denominations will be provided for each week of attendance