Self-referral programs are open to the public to refer themselves to without requiring a referral by a health care professional, service or agency.
Prevention and Early Intervention
Community Parent Education Program
The Community Parent Education Program (CPEP) is a free family strengthening program open to all families in the community with children ages 5-12 years. We work closely with community schools, other agencies and organizations to facilitate an evidence based parenting course as well as children's social skills and problem-solving groups.
Braiding the Sweetgrass is a program supporting Indigenous families in Calgary to help prevent the transmission of intergenerational trauma to their children and future generations. Participating families are guided on their healing journey through a blending of traditional Indigenous and Western ways of knowing
FASD MAPS is a partnership of four organizations that bring together a unique array of expertise in the area of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. At Hull Services, a family advocate works with children and youth, 8 to 15 who may be impacted by FASD.
Patch is a neighbourhood Hub located in three Calgary Housing Company (CHC) complexes. It is a place where people with low income can receive free supports and services, meet neighbours, learn about resources and how to navigate community and government systems.
Resilient families is a program that provides in-home support to help preserve and strengthen families. Our Resiliency Facilitators work collaboratively with families to help them reach their goals and address the challenges they are facing.
Hull’s Mental Health and Addiction Navigator helps parents and caregivers of children and youth who are struggling with mental health and addictions concerns more effectively navigate the resources and supports available to them in their community.
Our Trauma Informed Services clinicians provide assessment, therapy and consultation services.
Our assessment and consultation services are self-referral and for professionals or caregivers interested in understanding how a history of developmental trauma can impact social, emotional, cognitive, and relational development.
Bridging the Gap (BTG) is a community-based program that provides support to 16 – 24 year olds who struggle with mental health concerns (self-identified or diagnosed), and who experience barriers that impact important areas of their life. The individuals we support, often feel isolated and may lack the resources to work toward their goals.