Managed Referral Programs

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

Prevention and Early Intervention

Family-Based Treatment

Family Initiatives – Managed Referrals

Family Initiatives collaborates with all family members to strengthen, preserve and reunify. By engaging and teaching new skills, families are empowered to improve their own lives. Family Initiatives is a program that provides in-home support to help preserve or reunify families. Families work collaboratively with our workers, called Family Specialists, to help families reach their goals.
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Fostering Connections

Fostering Connections provides children referred by Calgary and Area Children's Services with a surrogate family, when they are unable to reside at home. We provide specialized training to foster parents and ongoing support to foster families to ensure children receive the best care. Fostering Connections provides foster care services to children from birth to 18 years. We serve children from a variety of backgrounds, abilities and needs.
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Kinnections

When children require government care, placement with kin offers them an unparalleled sense of belonging and family connectedness. Kinnections provides services to kinship caregivers referred by Calgary and Area Children's Services and their families, so children can experience safety, wellness and permanence with relatives and significant others with whom they share a special bond.
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School-Based Services

Family and Education Service – COPE

COPE (Community Outreach of Pediatrics and Psychiatry in Education) is a partnership between the Calgary Board of Education, Alberta Health Services, Children’s Services and the families we serve. The overarching goal of COPE is to provide support to families through a process that identifies and addresses the students’ health needs
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William Roper Hull School

William Roper Hull School is located in the southwest community of Woodbine and is operated as a partnership between the Calgary Board of Education and Hull Services. We offer highly specialized and individualized programs that focus on the development of academic and vocational skills for students with behavioural and emotional difficulties. Students are primarily referred to us through Hull Services and the Calgary Board of Education's Learning Services.
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Community Group Care

Cedarbrae Teaching Home

Cedarbrae Teaching Home is a six bed group home for youth ages 14 to 17 years with developmental delays, social and emotional deficits. The goal is to help youth acquire independent living skills and social skills for transitioning into adult life. The home provides treatment to developmentally delayed adolescents, both male and female, with borderline cognitive functioning and mental health issues and/or emotional or behavioural problems, with Child Welfare status.
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Radisson Group Care Home

Radisson Group Care Home offers a safe, stable and individualized treatment program for youth who have been removed from their families or placements due to breakdown, behavioural and emotional problems, or possibly neglect or abuse. Radisson provides teaching and support for these youth to integrate back into the community. Referrals are made through Children's Services, Calgary Region.
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Campus-Based Care

Safe Directions

Safe Directions consists of five programs offering immediate intervention and help for youth in dire need as they are at serious risk of harming themselves or others. These children enter our services either voluntarily or are court-mandated depending upon the specific program as described below:
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Therapeutic Campus-Based Care

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Cottage One

The Cottage One Program provides services in a therapeutic campus-based treatment facility for special needs youth ages 12 to 17 years with developmental, emotional and behavioural problems. We strive to enhance every youth’s ability to become a contributing member of the community thereby maximizing their potential and improving their quality of life.
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Cottage Seven

Cottage Seven is a therapeutic campus-based (and day) program for children and adolescents ages 6 to 17 years with developmental delay and severe behaviour/mental health problems. Our program reduces problem behaviour, teaches adaptive behaviour and social skills and involves parents as change agents.
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Preadolescent Treatment Program

The Preadolescent Treatment Program (PTP) is a trauma-informed, attachment-based, therapeutic campus-based treatment program serving kids between six to 12 years which provides a relationally rich environment, improves self-regulation, and reduces maladaptive behaviours.
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Transitioning Residential Adolescents and Children into the Community (TRACC)

Transitioning Residential Adolescents and Children into the Community (TRACC) program assists youth and families through a continuum of services. The service is designed to treat adolescents with serious emotional and/or behavioural difficulties who are not yet able to be effectively served in the community.
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Adult Services

Interdependent Living Services

Interdependent Living Services (ILS) is a community-based program for youth and young adults ages 16 to 24 who may have developmental disabilities, mental health concerns, and social, emotional and behavioural challenges. Referrals are youth in the Children's Services system in the Calgary Region 3 and with Stoney Child and Family Services.
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