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Community Action on Mental Health and Addiction

The City of Calgary is convening community partners to develop a mental health and addiction strategy over the next five years (2019 to 2023). Council has earmarked up to $25 million for this priority.

Issues related to mental health and addiction are complex and finding the right support at the right time can be a time-consuming challenge for individuals and their families. Other orders of government, local organizations, and community members are working with The City to find community-based solutions.

Together, we will work to address common causes and identify areas that need more attention and support in Calgary.

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Learn about support for community-based projects, the Community Action on Mental Health and Addiction Strategic Framework and more.

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