Please contact us if you have any questions about our sessions.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are these webinars recorded for later viewing?
Our education sessions are live and interactive; participants are encouraged to engage with the session through chat discussions, interactive polls, and the Q&A time following the presentation. Sessions are not recorded for later viewing. For short on-demand videos on mental health topics affecting children and youth, please check out our mental health literacy videos page.
Will I get a certificate for attending this session?
Certificates are not provided for attendance at this time. However, after each session you attend, you will receive a follow-up email confirming your attendance with a link to the session resources. People who register for the session but who do not attend will not receive this follow-up email. If for whatever reason, you do not receive this follow-up email, please contact us at the email address above and we can confirm if you attended the session and will send the session resources out to you.
Are you able to answer a specific question about an addiction and/or mental health concern for myself or my family?
Our introductory sessions are for information purposes only and the information provided should not be received in the place of medical advice and/or treatment. While our session presenters may be able answer your general questions, any questions that are too specific or personal in nature should be directed to your family doctor or mental health professional. Please call 811 or go to our resource page for more information on community addiction and mental health service providers and helpful resources in your area.
Alberta Health Services is proud to offer FREE online programming for parents and caregivers who support children and youth, as well as sessions for adults looking to support their own wellness. Sessions are live and interactive. Our aim is to increase awareness and reduce the stigma around addiction and mental health challenges, provide participants with evidence-based information, and offer strategies that promote health and resilience. Click to learn more.