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SUPPORT & COUNSELING

support & counselling 

Peer Support Services for Abused Women
Phone: 403-234-7337
Email: info@pssaw.org
Peer Support Services for Abused Women is a non-profit society whose mandate is to provide a support system for women who have experienced abuse or are at risk of experiencing abuse. They are committed to providing support, resources and referrals to women and children affected by domestic abuse.  Trained volunteers facilitate community-based peer support in co-operation with participants.  Self-directed change and independence are fostered in a caring and safe environment.  All women and children are welcome regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation or socioeconomic status.

Calgary Counseling Centre
Phone: (403) 691-5991
Rates are based on a sliding scale, and a wide ranging of counseling services is offered. Available for individuals, couples, families, and groups.

CCASA (Calgary Communities Against Sexual Abuse)
24-hour Hotline & Information: (403) 237-5888
The primary sexual assault and sexual abuse crisis and education service provider for Calgary and surrounding areas.
CCASA provides specialized and individualized services to address the needs of sexual abuse and sexual assault survivors, their significant others, and the broader community. CCASA provides safe, accessible, professional services, for people of all races, abilities, religions, sexual orientations.

Distress Centre
24-hour Hotline: (403) 266-4357
Provides 24-hour support, free crisis counseling and resource referral services to Calgary and the surrounding area. The agency is built around the belief that anyone can experience crisis. It’s not up to us to define what the crisis is—it’s different for everyone. We don’t judge. We’re here to listen and connect you with the help you need.

Everyone has a right to help when they need it. To ensure support is accessible and available, we offer services 24 hours a day, free of charge. Our programs act as a gateway to professional help, peer support
or a network of social agencies. Whatever the problem may be, a call to Distress Centre is often a first step towards a solution.

Eastside Family Centre
Phone: (403) 299-9696 // eastsidecommunityresourceteam@woodshomes.ca
If you are having a problem within your family, or otherwise, and don't know what to do, please call either the telephone number below or send an email.  A counsellor is available to speak with you.

Enhanced Addiction Services for Women (AHS)
Phone: (403) 297-3071
Enhanced Services for Women (ESW) provides special prevention and treatment services for women who are pregnant or at risk of  becoming pregnant and are using alcohol and/or other drugs. ESW counsellors work closely with each woman in caring for her unique physical and emotional health needs, linking her with appropriate health and social service agencies and community groups.

Leap Project
Struggling with Depression?
Feeling withdrawn from friends and family? Dealing with fatigue and low energy? Leap project may be able to help you. It is an online course designed to help youth who are suffering with depression. Videos on youtube, music, books, blogging, and more are used as tools to help manage depression.

Native Counseling Services
Phone: (403) 237-7850
Provides healing and harmony to the Aboriginal community through a variety of avenues, covering everything from programs that prevent youth recruitment into street gangs, family and community wellness programming to legal education, national health campaigns, video production and community-based research, while establishing a province-wide presence through an extensive network of regional and branch offices.