Who We Are

A Leader in Child and Youth Mental Health

About Us

Hull Services has long had a reputation for providing leading edge child, youth, and family mental health services. We work with children, youth and families who have experienced significant types of challenges. Hull offers them an opportunity to seek well-being and happiness, with a focus on mental health. Hull’s vision is for resilient young people and families to thrive within communities that support their mental health and well-being.

Our Mission

Hull partners with young people and families, building resilience today for a brighter tomorrow.

Our Vision

Resilient young people and families thriving within communities that support their mental health and well-being.

Our services

Self-Referral Programs

Self-referral programs are open to the public to refer themselves to without requiring a referral by a health care professional, service or agency.

Self Referral Programs

Managed Referral Programs

Access to managed referral programs are managed by health care professionals, services or agencies. These programs are not accessible to the public via self-referral.

Managed Referral Programs

Education, Training and Resources

Hull Services offers a variety of education, training and resources available to professionals, organizations and the public.

Education, Training, and Resources
60 years of supporting young people and families

Hull Services Celebrates 60th Anniversary

On August 15, 1962, Hull Services, opened the doors of its two first cottages to support 24 young people.

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children, youth and families were supported in 2020/21

2395 +

volunteer hours in 2020/2021


Programs & Services

59 +

years of supporting youth and families

Hull Services acknowledges that we are on the ancestral lands of the Blackfoot Confederation: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, and the Blackfeet of Montana, that extends from the North Saskatchewan River down to the Yellowstone River in Montana and from the Rocky Mountains east into Saskatchewan.
Southern Alberta is also the territory of Treaty 7 that includes Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, Tsuut’ina, Îyârhe Nakoda (Wesley, Bearspaw, Chiniki bands), and Métis Nation Region 3 and all people who now make Southern Alberta their home.