Living Stones Church is in the process of developing a Mental Health Ministry. If you would like to get involved or would like more information, please click here!


Crisis Help Lines:

  • AHS Mental Health Helpline: 1-877-303-2642
  • Distress Line for 403 Area Code: 1-800-SUICIDE
  • Kids Help Line: 1-800-668-6868
  • 49th Street Youth Shelter Text Crisis Line: 403-358-1517
  • Crisis Text Line: Text CONNECT to 741741
  • Police & Crisis Team (PACT): 403-406-2505
  • Family Violence Red Deer: 310-1818
  • Central Alberta Women’s Emergency Shelter Help Line: 1-888-346-5643
  • Sexual Assault Crisis Line Red Deer: 403-356-1099/1-866-956-1099
  • Indian Residential School Survivors and Family: 1-866-925-4419


Frontier Lodge

Check out the Frontier Lodge Resiliency Program for adults who have experienced economic and mental health hardships due to the effects of Covid. This free program is intended to help participants overcome anxiety, depression, and lack of confidence. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.


“Feeling low, stressed, or anxious? BounceBack® is a free program from the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) designed to help adults and youth 15+ manage low mood, mild to moderate depression, anxiety, stress or worry. Working with workbooks and a trained coach to guide you and encourage you to reflect, BounceBack® can help you build skills to improve your mental health.”

Recovery College – CMHA

Recovery Colleges offer a range and variety of recovery-focused courses designed for individuals, families, the workplace, and cultural and spiritual communities. All Recovery College courses are co-developed and co-facilitated with the community and peers (individuals with “lived experience” who are role models to their peers and embody hope and recovery) exploring community strengths, as personal expertise is embedded with professional expertise.

Recovery Colleges in Alberta provide early access to mental health supports through a range of courses that help develop resiliency, wellness, connection, belonging and hope.”


Get support. Take control. Feel better. An online peer-to-peer support community for your mental health. Commissioned by over 250 organizations globally, we’re an online service providing access to millions with anxiety, depression and other common mental health issues.”

  • An anonymous community where members can support each other
  • Access 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
  • Self-assessments & recommended resources
  • Creative tools to help express how you’re feeling
  • Wide range of self-guided courses to do at your own pace

Wellness Together Canada

Wellness Together Canada is a platform for Canadians to access free mental health and substance use support, with funding from the Government of Canada. During the COVID-19 pandemic, an unprecedented number of people have been struggling with problems like worry, low mood, problematic substance use, and more. Wellness Together Canada was created in response to this crisis.

Wellness Together Canada is a collaborative project. Our mission is to provide high-quality resources for all Canadians—which is why we are supported by a wide network of organizations with decades of specialized experience in wellness. From substance use support for older adults to grief and loss counselling for youth, our partners are prepared to help—whatever the need. Wellness Together Canada is designed to be used on-demand: you get to choose what you need when you need it. Our services range from basic wellness information to one-on-one sessions with a counsellor to participating in a community of support. Whatever it is you’re looking for, we’re here to point you towards the best resources out there.