Health Management

Alberta’s Health System- Alberta Health Services
  • Health Link Alberta - Alberta-based and physician-approved information about more than 1,000 health topics ranging from diseases to healthy living and disease prevention. Phone: 811
  • Alberta Health Services - AHS provides health information about wellness and healthy living, nutrition, emergency health services, immunization, and much more.
  • Alberta Healthy Living Program - This program provides services to those with chronic conditions in communities throughout Alberta. These services include information, education, techniques and support to help improve your health and quality of life with a chronic condition.
  • Alberta Health Services Health Resources
  • Immunize Alberta
Advance Care Planning
Bone and Joint Health
  1. Arthritis Society
  2. Arthritis Research Canada
  3. GLA:D Canada Program – an 8 week education and exercise program for individuals with osteoarthritis.
  4. Alberta Rheumatology
  5. Osteoporosis Canada
  6. Bone & Joint Canada
Children & Adolescent Health
  1. Health Education & Learning (HEAL) program - accessible, reliable information about common minor illness and injuries in children.
  2. Healthy Parents Healthy Children – information for newborn up to 5 years old
  3. Caring for Kids – information for parents from Canada’s paediatricians.
Health Screening
  1. Alberta Health Services Screening Programs
  2. Choosing Wisely – This resource is meant to promote conversations between clinicians and patients by helping patients choose care that is supported by evidence, not duplication , free from harm and truly necessary
Heart Health
Lung Health
Men's Health
  1. Canadian Men’s Health Foundation
  2. Just for You – Men: Government of Canada
  3. Movember – information on prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health
Persistent Pain
  1. Pain Society of Alberta
  2. Tame the Beast – a freely available, non-commercial education space that hopes to inspire research-based action in the treatment of pain.
  3. Pain Revolution – an Australian movement changing how people understand pain
  4. Live, Plan, Be – Pain BC
Physical Activity & Healthy Lifestyle
  1. ParticipACTION - helps Canadians sit less and move more through innovative engagement initiatives and thought leadership.
  2. Get Active – Heart & Stroke Foundation
  3. Healthy Living – Government of Canada
  4. Health Basics Activity Video – at home body weight circuit video for all activity levels
  5. Cookspiration – Dietitians of Canada
Primary Health Care Resource Centre

About Primary Healthcare

Primary healthcare is a healthcare system that supports Albertans to be as healthy as they can be. Primary health care draws on the expertise of many different providers working together to provide seamless care by sharing:
  • perspectives
  • expertise
  • resources
  • accountability
It is important for health professionals working in primary healthcare to have access to the latest, evidence-based resources, tools and education to assist with the delivery of quality care to patients.
Sexual & Reproductive Health
Smoking, Vaping & Cannabis
Weight Management
Women's Health


Prenatal Resources
Prenatal Education
Genetic Screening
Gestational Diabetes
Post-Partum Support

Mental Health

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Anger Coping Strategies-pdf.

St Albert Family Resource Centre:

The Family Centre:

“Anger Management Workbook” by Nay Phd, W. Robert

Family Support Program - Catholic Social Services


Depression and Anxiety Self-Management for Teens

Anxiety resources:

“Anxiety and Phobia Workbook” by Edmund J. Bourne

“When Panic Attacks” book by David D. Burns

Patient Education - Anxiety.pdf

“MindShift” – phone app from iTunes (free)

Anxiety info for teens

PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Canadian Mental Health Association

Self-isolation resources and activities


“Assertiveness Workbook” by Randy Paterson

Toastmasters International –

The Family Centre

Family Support Program - Catholic Social Services

Caregiver stress
Crisis services

Crisis Line for Adults.
If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis, CALL 780-342-7777.

Crisis Line for Children
Children’s Mental Health – Crisis Line offers support by phone to children and teens during a crisis. Call 780-427-4491.

Self-Isolation resources and activities


Patient Education - Depression.pdf

“Mind Over Mood” workbook by Dennis Greenberger and Christine A. Padesky

Depression resources

Antidepressant skills workbook

Anti depressant skills workbook for adolescents

Grief (bereavement)

Pilgrim’s Hospice

St Albert Bereavement Fellowship

Grief Support for Children


St Albert Family Resource Centre

Parent Support Group – B.I.L.Y (Because I Love You)

Family Support Programs - Catholic Social Services

Kids Kottage Foundation

The Family Centre

Postpartum Depression
Substance abuse


Babies, Children & Families
The Canadian Celiac Association is the national voice for people who are adversely affected by gluten, and is dedicated to improving diagnosis and quality of life.
Chronic Disease Management
Finding your best weight
Food Allergies
Food Security Resources
General Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating at Work
Label Reading
Mediterranean Diet
Mindful Eating
Older Adults
Physical Activity
  • Prescription to Get Active - Several Edmonton, Calgary and Central Zone Primary Care Networks (PCNs) have partnered with local recreation facilities to offer an actual prescription for physical activity.
  • Move YEG
Recipes, Cooking & Mealtime
Weight Management

Seniors Health