Phone: (780) 700-8574
Address: 324, 7 St. Anne Street, St. Albert
Phone: (780) 424-0783
Address: #204, 10339 – 124 Street, Edmonton
#204, 14 MISSION AVE. | ST. ALBERT | AB | T8N 1H4
INFO@RIVERSEDGECOUNSELLING.COM (780) 460-0022
The Family Resilience Project provides free counselling services to individuals who identify as LGBTQ or questioning and are 12-25 years old.
Free drop-in counselling. If you are interested in using this service, or for more information, please call (780) 488-3234.
Groups & Services
Addictions Help Line
To inspire hope and contribute to the safety and well-being of people of all ages, faiths, cultures, communities, and professions, concerned and/or affected by bullying
Contact Us at
Linda R. Crockett MSW, RSW
Facebook: Alberta Bullying Research, Resources, and Recovery Centre
MyGSA.ca is Canada’s website for safer and inclusive schools for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) community. Whether you’re LGBTQ or not you’ll find something interesting and helpful on the site. Join the discussion, get the resources you need, and spread the word!
Alberta Mental Health Board Help Line
A document with tips for parents on how to prevent homophobic bullying.
A document with tips for youth on how to prevent homophobic bullying.
24 hour distress line: 780-482-4357
The CHEW Project is an option to support your mental, physical, and sexual health. Our goal is to help youth to be healthy, happy, and hopeful!
Children’s Mental Health Crisis Line
300 – 10010 105 Street NW, Edmonton, AB T5J 1C4
Crisis 24 hours: 1-800-232-7288 (Toll free service available to Northern Alberta)
Crisis 24 hours: (780) 482-HELP (4357)
Seniors Abuse Helpline: (780) 454-8888
Business: (780) 414-6300
Fax: (780) 482-7498
The Edmonton Pride Festival Society endeavours to unify and educate by celebrating gender and sexual diversity through a sustainable annual festival and year-round community outreach within our Capital Region.
Family Violence Help Line
An LGBTQ+ friendly resource for finding employment.
Lakeland Mental Health Crisis Line
OCYA (Office of the Child and Youth Advocate of Alberta)
We represent the rights, interests and viewpoints of Alberta children and youth who receive intervention services or who are involved with the youth criminal justice system.
PFLAG St Albert meets every second Tuesday of the month at The Collective (43 St Thomas Street, St Albert) from 7 to 9pm. This is a group for parents, friends, and allies to support and understand LGBTQ people in their lives. Please contact us for more info.
Facebook: PFLAG St. Albert
9620-101 A. Avenue, Edmonton, AB T5H 0C7
Hope Line: Mon – Friday, 9:00 am – 11:30 pm: (780) 424-9223 (Greater Edmonton Area)
Business: (780) 424-9222
Fax: (780) 424-8999
Sexual Assault Centre Help Line
Call: (780) 423-4121
St. Paul & District Crisis Centre
24 hour crisis line serving all Alberta and Northern Saskatchewan.
Call 1-800-263-3045 or (780) 645-5195
Phone: (780) 424-6103
The centre hosts LGBTQ events as well as has a youth space, resources, and a library on their website.
TESA’s mission is to be a witness to and a voice for matters concerning trans Albertans.
This line is primarily for transgender people experiencing a crisis. This includes people who may be struggling with their gender identity and are not sure that they are transgender. While our goal is to prevent self harm, we welcome the call of any transgender person in need. We will do our very best to connect them with services that can help them meet that need.
A document that identifies what transphobic bullying is.