COVID-19 Resources & Hotlines For Calgary Residents

COVID-19 Resources & Hotlines For Calgary Residents

Governmental COVID-19 Resources in Canada
Health & Wellness Resources During COVID-19 in Alberta

Health & Wellbeing Resources

  • Mental Health Helpline: 1-877-303-2642
  • Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
  • Employee & Family Assistance Program: Contact your Human Resources or your employer's provider.
  • PCHS Calgary: The organization is "providing support to the community and our clients with counselling through video calls, email and phone." The organization can be reached at (587) 999-9312.
  • Woods Home Counselling: The organization is offering no-charge counselling services to Calgarians of any age in need. The crisis counselling services include live-chat, texting, e-therapy and over the phone counselling.
Groceries & Food Resources in Canada During COVID-19

Groceries & Food Information For Those With Limited Resources:

Calgary Food Bank during COVID-19:

Calgary Distress Centre: gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7uzb2Ma46AIVGR6tBh1gmApHEAAYBCAAEgIlSvD_BwE

Community Kitchen:

The Veteran's Food Bank:

Calgary Housing Company:

Brown Bagging for Calgary's Kids:

The organization has created a response fund and is now offering grocery gift cards to families previously receiving lunches.

Kerby Centre:

The "Thrive" outreach program is being expanded. The program delivers groceries to seniors within a certain income bracket. That income bracket has been removed and the centre will now serve all seniors in need during the facility's closure.

Online Grocery Shopping in Canada During COVID-19

Online Grocery Shopping Options:

Online Education Subscriptions for Children

Free Online Subscriptions for Kids' Schooling

Online Resources for Children During COVID-19

Online Resources for Kids

Calgary Public Library:

The library offers free access to books, movies and education online. All online services can be accessed for free by library cardholders.

Sprawl Kids:

The organization is offering free daily online workshops. The classes are to help parents occupy their children with daily tasks during school closures due to COVID-19.

Virtual Field Trips - Calgary Zoo:

The zoo has started sharing Daily Dose at Home videos on its Instagram page. The videos offer behind-the-scenes zoo activity during the temporary closure to keep people engaged with the zoo's conservation and animal care programs.

Virtual Field Trips - Glenbow Museum:

The museum is offering interactive art sessions three times a week. The sessions include activities, tours and presentations for both adults and children.

Canada's Wonderland Rollercoaster Ride From Home:

Online Music Lessons and FREE Resources:

Morin Music Studio - Private Online Music Lessons and Free Resources: Click here

Online Resources for Adults in COVID-19

Online Community Resources for Adults

Crescent Heights Community Association:

The association is offering help to nearby residents with everyday tasks, including getting groceries or medication, walking a dog or even just offering someone to talk to during times of isolation.

Arbour Lake Community Association:

The group has created an "adopt-a-neighbour" Facebook page to connect community members in need with volunteers in the area.

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