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 Parenting Education Program
CPEP has been operating throughout Calgary and surrounding areas since 2002. We are a partnership program with the Calgary Board of Education and we work closely with numerous other agencies and organizations. CPEP facilitates a variety of parenting courses 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 free, place-based community program that works collaboratively with Calgary Housing Company and other community service providers to offer a broad range of services to families who live within three specific low-income housing complexes (and surrounding areas) in southeast and southwest Calgary: West Dover, Midnapore and Woodbine.
Bridging the Gap provides services to young adults between 16-24 years who are experiencing mental health concerns, issues with well-being, and barriers to service. We work together with the individual and their supports to help them access services, learn new skills and strengthen their support network.