4911 47 Street
Camrose, Alberta. T4V 1J9
Hours of Operation
Open during the lunch hour.
- Monday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Tuesday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Wednesday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Thursday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
- Friday 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Here is the process they want us to follow:
- This clinic is run through AHS, and our therapists are the ones that need to do some of the assessments, so they need a heads up.
- Most referrals are coming through family physicians without the schools input, so some of you may not be aware that your families are making a referral.
- If the families let you know, or ask for a Psych Ed to be completed prior to attending Camrose please let you AHS SLP or OT know.
- Camrose clinic contacts AHS Intake
- Intake informs therapist of what is required
- Therapist goes back to the school team to inform them that some time needs to be set aside to complete this testing
Dedicated to helping adolescents develop a lifestyle free from the abuse of alcohol, tobacco, other drugs and gambling. We work with youth, their families, key influencers, professionals and the larger community to address a full range of information, prevention and treatment concerns related to adolescents and addictions.
The team works with community partners to provide services. A member of the treatment team will help clients determine if this is an appropriate service for them. Services include: mental health assessments; psychiatric consultation; crisis intervention; treatment.
Mental Health Services
Community services provided are:
- Adult Mental Health Services to individuals 18 and older who are experiencing emotional problems that have substantial impact on their lives with issues such as depression, schizophrenia anxiety, bipolar, suicide and anger management issues.
- Children's Mental Health Services becomes appropriate when a child's ability to function successfully in daily life is impaired by the presence of suspected mental health concerns. Available to children and youth up to 18 years of age.
- Centralized Intake to assist individuals in accessing the most appropriate service in a timely manner. Intake provides: Information on mental health services; consultation to other service providers, Assessment, Referral services.
- Seniors Mental Health Services provides assessments, treatment and rehabilitation programs to individuals generally over the age of sixty-five, who suffer from psychiatric illnesses such as thought and mood disorders or dementia.