The Town of Devon Community Services department aims to focus their work around creating a mentally healthy community. We do this using a mentla wellness lense with our work that we call #YouGotThis. For more information please click HERE.
To support this approach, the Town offers a variety of social, emotional, physical and nutritional programs, services and support groups that can support mental wellness.
Subsidized counselling. Sometimes you might need some additional support to help you through a difficult or stressful time. The Town of Devon can offer a limited number of sessions to eligible residents.
Subsidies are based on income. Broadly - for those who do not have children under 18 living at home, you may qualify if you earn less than $50,000 per household and for those with children under 18 at home this threshold increases to $75,000. Both centres are based in Leduc - for more information on what each centre can offer: Family Counselling Centres or Karunia Counselling
Our FCSS team can discuss this, and other options with you. For more information please call 780-987-8325 or via email HERE.
AHS Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services Intake Line: 780-342-2701
Addiction and Mental Health (24/7): 780-424-2424
Mental Health Meter
#YouGotThis got its own song by local Devon musical artist Kym Simon to develop a song in support of the campaign. The lyrics aim to remind people that they are not alone.
Listen to You Got This by Kym Simon here.
See the lyrics to You Got This here.
1 Columbia Avenue West, Devon, AB T9G 1A1
P: 780-987-8325 or Email: FCSS@devon.ca
P: 780-987-8308 or Email: CSOC@devon.ca
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Town of Devon FCSS does not offer crisis intervention. The Edmonton region can access trained specialists, available 24/7, who provide an essential service to those in need. Whatever your concern is - please call.
There is also a new Canada-wide text support service for young people - text HOME to 686868 to connect with a trained responder 24/7.
You can also call 2-1-1 at any time to get information and resources.
For more information on the 24/7 support line follow this link.
For more information on the text-support service follow this link.