Mental health does not discriminate by age, gender, race or economic status. It affects all of us, if it’s not ourselves impacted, it could be our mother, child, husband, wife, neighbour, co-worker or friend.
This Family Day long weekend, consider supporting the families we serve.
A family like Cory’s
After making it through numerous lay offs at his company, Cory was overwhelmed with the workload and the uncertainty surrounding his position. The stress began to take a toll on him and his family but with support from Calgary Counselling Centre they were able to attend family counselling and work through the stress.
Or a family like Drew’s
At the age of 14, Drew has faced many challenges. After the loss of a father and grandmother and mothers’ cancer diagnoses, Drew developed anxiety and depression. A teacher suggested Calgary Counselling Centre, and Drew began attending counselling. Both mother and stepfather saw a positive change in Drew after attending.
Or a family like Tracy’s
A recent empty nester who was feeling the pressure of her husband's job loss and her mother-in-law’s newly diagnosed dementia. With so many challenges at once, Tracy turned to Calgary Counselling Centre and learned to deal with her emotions and gain control back over her life.
Donate today and help the over 61% of individuals who cannot afford counselling services to get the help they need. With no wait list and a sliding fee scale, no one is ever turned away due to an inability to pay. They get the help they need when it’s needed most.
You are not alone, we are here!