Community Programs & Services

The following information highlights some of the community programs available to patients seeking chronic disease support, mental health, nutrition, physiotherapy, pharmacy and rehabilitation services.

Access mental health

Access Mental Health is a telephone-based information, consultation and referral service to help providers and the public find the supports that are most appropriate.

Adult Nutrition Programs

Alberta Healthy Living Program’s Nutrition Services
Offers one-on-one dietitian consults and various nutrition and chronic disease group sessions. The services are available to all people over the age of 18.

Community rehabilitation services

What is community rehabilitation?
Community rehabilitation refers to services that are available in Albertans’ communities, outpatient clinics or other settings. These services support people by maintaining or improving their functional abilities, preventing and deterring illness and disability, and enhancing function for meaningful living. 

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EMS mobile integrated healthcare

Mobile Integrated Healthcare (MIH) is a new area within EMS focusing on the provision of  medical treatments using mobile Community Paramedic resources in the community setting. The goal is to provide short-term, community based, non-emergent medical support to vulnerable populations such as frail elderly, individuals aging in place or persons with disabilities, at risk of an EMS, emergency department or hospital admission.   

Living with Dementia program

Living with Dementia is a Carewest program that supports both individuals with dementia and their caregivers through education, activities, and information and referrals to other programs in the community.

Referral Form

Self-Management & Wellness Programs

Better Choices, Better Health
Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshops by Alberta Healthy Living Program