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Promoting Safety & Well-Being

For Families

The program works with families referred by AHS - Addiction and Mental Health.

No Fees

The program is funded by Alberta Health Services. There are no costs for participants.

Meaningful Support

We help participants build skills and enhance relationships.

McMan South - What to Expect

What to Expect

A Family Coach typically meets with families once a week for approximately 12 to 16 weeks to provide skill building support and enhance relationships. 


Services may include:

  • Parenting strategies and information

  • Information about diagnosis and behaviors 

  • Referrals to community programs

  • Information about applicable community resources

  • Support and advocacy during personal appointments or with community partners 

Mental Health Family Support provides in-home parenting support, education, and advocacy for families receiving services from Alberta Health Services - Addiction and Mental Health. 

Mental Health Family Support

Helping families provide safe, supportive environments.

How to Access

the Program

All referrals are made by AHS Mental Health Therapists. The program is voluntary, and service participants must meet specific criteria set by Mental Health Therapists. 


McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.


Want to learn more about Mental Health Family Support?

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