WRAP™ is an eight week free course that helps people incorporate wellness tools and strategies into their lives. Thousands of people, world-wide, have successfully used what they learned during a WRAP course to live happier and more satisfying lives while improving connections to their families, their friends, and their community. […]Continue readingWRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning)
Our free public education courses are now listed at www.recoverycollegecentralalberta.ca. You can register online or call us at 403-342-2266.
Currently, all CMHA education is offered on-line through our Recovery College
- Please visit the calendar at https://recoverycollegecentralalberta.ca/events.
- Click on the session you are intrested in and register
- You will get an email with the Zoom code for your program.
Normally, CMHA educational programs take place during daytime and evening hours. Some programming occurs on the weekend. CMHA education is usually delivered at our Learning Centre, in downtown Red Deer. We are happy to bring CMHA education to other locations, including community centres, faith communities, and workplaces. Contact us for more information!
We deliver education related to recovery, resilience, and hope to individuals with mental illnesses, family members, service providers, and the general community. Education at CMHA includes courses, support groups, and workshops.
Education Focus Areas
- Relationships and Communication
- Mental Health Services and Treatment
- Workplace Mental Health
- Mental Health Recovery and Wellness
CMHA Red Deer donations and other funding sources also make it possible to offset some of the costs of educational programming. We never refuse enrollment to people based on an ability to pay. Currently, we are able to offer our Art of Friendship, WRAP, and Living Life to the Full courses as well as our support groups free of charge.
CMHA courses are open to the community-at-large. We have found that some people have a better learning experience when CMHA staff can talk to them about their expectations and specific needs. We can help people choose the right course, make recommendations, and answer questions. You can call us at 403-342-2266.
CMHA Central Alberta Programs and Services are funded by The Government of Canada, United Way Central Alberta, Alberta Health Services Addiction and Mental Health, the Government of Alberta, Lifelong Learning Council of Red Deer, and the City of Red Deer.