Calgary Council for Addiction and Mental Health
Formed in September 2015 through the collaboration of community leaders in addiction and mental health, the Calgary Council for Addiction and Mental Health is a collective of over 45 community non-profit organizations, government services and foundations which provide a strong and unified voice, promoting the better delivery of competent, integrated, efficient, ethical and effective person-centered mental health and addiction services and support.
We are a grass roots council working collaboratively with community partners who offer barrier free, non-judgmental services and support to those affected by addiction and/or mental health. Together, we integrate our communities' resources in a transformative and impactful way that is accountable to our clients and recognizes the commitment of our staff. We strive to achieve collective impact.