Addictions & Mental Health

Alberta Health Services Take Home Naloxone Walk-in Clinics and Pharmacies interactive map

•    Naloxone is a temporary antidote for opioid overdose
•    Naloxone kits are free to the public at all of the locations on this interactive map


Edmonton: Alberta Health Services Addiction Services Edmonton
Phone: 780-427-2736
Address: 10010 102A Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0G5
•    Provides walk in and intake assessment, treatment, and referral services


Edmonton Addiction and Mental Health Intake Services 108 Street Services

Phone: 780-342-7718
Address: 9942-108 Street NW
•    Intake therapist available to provide mental health support through scheduled telephone and in person appointments


Calgary: Access Mental Health (Alberta Health Services)
Phone: 403-943-1500
•    Phone support to provide the best resources, referral, and information for individuals living in Calgary 
•    8am-5pm Monday to Friday


Alberta: Alberta Health Services Mental Health Clinics in Alberta

•    A list of addiction and mental health services available through AHS at multiple locations in Alberta


Alberta Health Services Addiction Helpline
Phone: 1-866-332-2322
For concerns about substance use and pregnancy: 1-866-332-2322

Alberta Health Services Mental Health Helpline

Phone: 1-877-303-2642

Opioid Agonist Treatment Programs
Agonist treatments, such as methadone and Suboxone, are used to treat opioid dependence


Alberta: Alberta Health Services Opioid Dependency Program 

Phone: 780-422-1302
Address: 10010 102A Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta, T5J 0G5
•    Provides methadone or Suboxone® maintenance treatment in an outpatient setting
•    Locations in Edmonton, Cardston, Ponoka, Fort McMurray, High Prairie, Calgary, and Grande Prairie


Edmonton and Calgary: Metro City Medical Clinic

Phone: 780-429-3991 (Edmonton), 587-430-0905 (Calgary)
Address: 10419 – 102 Avenue (Edmonton), #150 909-5th Avenue SW (Calgary) 
•    Provide assessment, treatment, and referral for opioid use disorder and addiction 


List of Opioid Agonist Treatment Clinics in Alberta


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