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CONFIDENTIAL CHAT

There are many ways to describe Distress Centre Calgary counsellor, Edwin Morales. Most people would describe Edwin as compassionate, enthusiastic, and driven. However, if you ask him, there is one unique word that can summarize him entirely: Perspective. Although, this word is not common to describe someone in their entirety, the word couldn’t be more...

Voices of Calgary award from Immigrant Services Calgary

The Voices of Calgary Campaign (VoC) is a local initiative funded by the Government of Alberta, with a mission to support equal opportunity in the local labor market for Calgary’s internationally trained professionals (ITPs). The Voices of Calgary Awards are given to employers who are actively engaged in workforce diversification and supporting equal opportunity employment....

RBC Check Presentation with Sandy Pound Jerilyn Dressler and Leslie Weekes

As Canada’s largest bank, RBC is one of the largest corporate donors not only in Canada but around the world. On a global basis they are one of North America’s leading diversified financial services companies. The RBC Youth Mental Health (YMH) Project is RBC’s commitment to support mental health programs that help youth and families access...

In 2016, Distress Centre Calgary responded to 113,975 phone calls, emails, chats, texts and requests for counselling. People from all walks of life reach out to us for support day or night- parents, professionals, teens, teachers, seniors, to name just a few examples. What we know is that you can't judge a person's situation by...

David Granirer, a comedian, counsellor, speaker and author, headlined our Lend An Ear Breakfast.

David Granirer, a comedian, counsellor, speaker and author, headlined our Lend An Ear Breakfast. On the morning of September 21st, 2017, we gathered in the beautiful Odd Fellows Hall for our 7th Annual Lend An Ear Breakfast. Comedian, David Granirer, from Vancouver, BC, headlined the morning. He is a stand-up comic, counsellor, mental health speaker and...

ConnecTeen, talk on your terms. Image of teenage girl looking into the camera

The teen years are a stressful and challenging time. Teens deal with a lot. They have heavy school workloads and many work part-time jobs or juggle extracurricular activities and sports. They experience relationships starting and ending, and many struggle with their body image, depression and anxiety, or experience bullying from their peers. That’s why teens need...

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