Calgary Association of Self-Help
Organization profile published 1982
Year Published: 1982
Resource Type: Organization
Cx Number: CX2474
Calgary Self-Help started in 1973 as a support group for people who have had psychiatric treatment.
Calgary Self-Help started in 1973 as a support group for people who have had psychiatric treatment. The organization combines self-help and social services in an attempt to provide alternatives and a complement to institutional care in Calgary. There are 720 active members.
The Calgary Self-Help program includes life skills, short-term housing, employment placement, housing registry, a chapter of Gamblers Anonymous and various social/recreational services.
This abstract was published in the Connexions Digest in 1982.