Mental Health Support Options

Self-management – Connect with friends, family members, clergy-persons or other supports that already exist for you.

Supportive Listening – if someone just needs to talk…

Leduc Regional Hub: Tues to Fri 2-6pm (780) 739-LHUB (5482)- can help with access to community, social, health and government services

Distress Line (780) 482-HELP (4357)- can offer supportive listening for any distressing issue you might be dealing with – you don’t need to be suicidal to call.

Counselling – For those who want to access a counsellor.

LBD PCN Mental Health team – This program offers mental and emotional health assessment and assists patients in finding the most appropriate mental health service in the community. Access to this program is through referral from a PCN family physician.

FCSS (Family and Community Support Services) offers a subsidized counselling program. Services are provided by psychologists, provisional psychologists and counsellors. They use a sliding scale fee schedule ($20-$50) based on annual income. They provide short-term individual, couples and family counselling.

FCSS – Leduc FCSS – (780) 980-7109

Beaumont FCSS – (780) 929-1006

Devon FCSS – (780) 987-8325

Leduc County – (780) 979-2385

Leduc Addictions & Mental Health Clinic – for those who have a formal mental health disorder such as major depressive disorder, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, etc. People in crisis can also go to Leduc Mental Health (780-986-2660).

Local Private Psychologists – Most charge full fees ($190/hr). Some provide sliding scale fees – you can always ask. You may be able to utilize Employee Family Assistance Programs and Health Insurance to pay for services (Contact your EFAP or insurance provider for info).

Karunia Counselling (780-628-3939)

Connelly Counselling (780-237-3510) Family Counselling Centre (780) 612-8577

IASIS Psychological Services (780-739-0707)

24/7 Crisis support:

24hr Addiction & Mental Health Crisis Response Team (780-342-7777)

The Support Network: 211 (info & referral), Distress Line (780-492-4357(HELP))

RCMP – 911

Leduc Community Hospital Emergency (4210-48 Street)