Career Transitions

Helping to create career pathways for youth in Southwestern Alberta since 1998.

Alberta RCMP are hosting a recruiting event in honour of 50 years of women in police

Alberta RCMP are hosting a recruiting event in honour of 50 years of women in police

National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI): Statements and publications

NACI recommendations

Canadian Immunization Guide

Fact Sheet – Statement Checklist

Youth Mental Health Support In Calgary


Provided by: Closer to Home Community Services
Provides a program that aims to promote mental health awareness, break down the stigma of mental health, and work with teens ages 8-17 to create trauma-informed program plans that integrates the teaching family model.
Telephone: 403-543-0555

Child and Youth Programs
Provided by: Calgary Counselling Centre

Telephone: 833-827-4229
Website for more information

Community Connect YYC

Provided by: Distress Centre Calgary

Community resources

Provides 24 hour teen support line
Telephone: 403-264-TEEN (8336) (24 Hour Crisis Line)
Text: 587-333-2724
Website: for more information

Wood’s Homes

A multi-service nationally recognized and accredited children’s mental health centre, that provides treatment and support to children, youth, and families
Telephone: 403-270-4102

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Toolbox – Mental Health Literacy

Website Resource:
Teening Your Parent: A booklet to help you educate your parents on what it’s like to be a teenager these days.


Brainstorm:  The Power and Purpose of the Teenage Brain by Daniel J. Siegel, MD.

-This accessible book was written for both teens and parents. Written by a Doctor/Dad with help from his Teenage kids.  It teaches you about how the brain develops and why the teen years can sometimes feel like they do.    


Brain Science : How brains are built and can become resilient

Anxiety Explained for Teens