Scenario 1: In-school classes resume

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December Addiction & Mental Health News

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Virtual Mental Health Network Now Available to Albertans

We are proud to announce Alberta Health Services has officially launched Togetherall, an online, peer-to-peer mental health support network that empowers all Albertans aged 16+ to anonymously seek and provide support 24/7.

View the news release here:

As a reminder, Togetherall offers Albertans:

  • A safe and vibrant online community where individuals remain anonymous to each other and can draw strength and insights from others that have real lived experiences
  • Resources that are easily accessible and active 24/7/365, no formal referral needed
  • Peace of mind knowing the community is clinically moderated by registered mental health practitioners who ensure individuals are kept safe and feel supported
  • Access to additional self-assessments, recommended resources and self-guided courses to help foster positive mental health and wellbeing
  • Creative tools to help members express and track how they are feeling in a way that feels comfortable to them

This tool will help connect Albertans with support during a time when we need it the most. It is important to maintain our social connections and this platform will provide a way for us all to reconnect and support one another. We encourage you to sign up, share with your friends and family and use this tool as an option for your clients to access.

We have attached some tools including an FAQ, interactive digital flyer and printable flyer to help you and your clients learn more about Togetherall. To sign up, visit

If you or your team would like to schedule a live demo of the platform, please contact Togetherall directly via their general inquires inbox.

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Helpful Information

Help in Tough Times

At some point in our lives we all have stressful times. We can be impacted by such things as financial pressures, unexpected difficulties, unemployment, or stressful situations such as the current outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Support is available from Alberta Health Service Addiction and Mental Health, although how the services are provided may have changed. Access more information at Help in Tough Times.



Text4Hope is a free service providing three months of daily Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)–based text messages written by mental health therapists. For more information go to Text4Hope


Mental Wellness Moments

Videos are a terrific way to educate ourselves and others about mental wellness. To access several videos on various mental wellness topics created by the Alberta Health Services Provincial Medical Director, go to Mental Wellness Moments Videos

How to Access Counselling Services

How to Access Counselling Services at SJHS:

  1. If currently connected with one of the counsellors, email the counsellor directly.
  2. If currently not connected to a counsellor, email
  3. If you require mental health assistance outside of school hours, text or phone the Kids Help Phone. If you require immediate mental health assistance, go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room or call 911.

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