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.
The Gosbee family shares their story
What has been done
Learn about support for community-based projects, the Community Action on Mental Health and Addiction Strategic Framework and more.
Initiatives in development
Learn about Community Action on Mental Health and Addiction initiatives in development.