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Some Other Solutions Resources

Children & Youth Resources

SOS Program Highlights
  • Mentoring for elementary aged students who have been identified as needing extra support
  • Mentoring and support group for children struggling with divorce or separation in their family (Heart of the Matter)
  • Summer recreation program for children 7-11 and train youth 12-15 to become peer mentors in the camp
  • Weekly 60 minute sports program for children to exercise and learn valuable life skills such as sportsmanship, teamwork and resilience
  • Junior mentor program/Students Assisting Students Program (SASP) trains youth in leadership skills
  • Community Helpers Program (CHP) trains young adults on mental health issues and how to support a friend

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Mentoring Resources

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SOS Program Highlights
  • Provides short term crisis counselling (GAP Counselling) and one-on-one grief and loss support
  • Facilitates grief support groups for parents once a month (Bereaved Parent’s Support Group & Sleeping Angels Support Group)
  • Offers presentations and workshops in the community, workplaces, schools, etc. on various health and wellness topics: grief and loss, mental health first aid, ASIST

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CRISIS LINE & 211

SOS Program Highlights
  • The Crisis Line is a 24-hour help line that is confidential, anonymous and non-judgemental.  It is a resources for anyone who is in distress, who is in need of support or who just needs to talk. DIAL 780-743-4357 (HELP) if you are in need.
  • 211 connects you to a full range of local community, social, government and health services. DIAL 211 or click on the button below to access numbers and learn more.

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