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Adult Education Sessions

These FREE addiction and mental health education sessions focus on the 3 R’s:

reduce stigma, receive information, and reflect on strategies.

Each session is intended to provide participants with introductory information regarding addiction and mental health challenges that can affect us all, evidence-based research, possible treatment options, supportive strategies, and information/resources for further support. When topics are presented as a series, participants can attend one or all sessions.

Resiliency

Through Caring, Connecting, and Coping


Resiliency is something we want but often do not know how we can help it grow in our own lives. Join us for this 90-minute evening webinar where we will learn about stress and burnout, the power of resilience in getting through the ‘tough stuff’, and how self-compassion and self-care are essential to our well-being. We will discuss strategies for building our own personal supportive networks and inner coping skills to strengthen our ability to ‘bounce back’.


Date: Wednesday, September 21

Time: 6:00 – 7:30 pm

For adults only

More than Just a Bad Day

Understanding Depression


In this one-hour Lunch & Learn session, we will discuss what mental health is, the difference between sadness and depression, and common signs and symptoms of depression. Treatment options and supportive strategies for coping and support will be shared.


Date: Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm

Notes: For caregivers of youth grades 7-12; for adults only.


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.


Looking for More Resources?

Check out our Addiction & Mental Health Resource Page