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Turning Point Community Wellness Program and NNADAP Intake
Days of Operation

Monday to Friday

Hours of Operation

9:00 am to 4:30 pm

Service Location(s)

Stoney Health Centre

Contact Information

(403) 881-3920 Call
(403) 801-3484 Text

The Turning Point Community Wellness Program consists of mental health therapists who work with children, youth, adults, Elders, couples and families regarding their mental health and well-being.
Our team supports the community with addiction and substance use, anger management, anxiety, depression, career and employment related issues, grief and loss, family or domestic violence, marital or relationship issues, parenting or child care issues, sexual abuse and/or assault, Indian Residential School support, psychosis, suicidal thoughts, stress, trauma or any other concern that is effecting your well-being.
No referral necessary. Walk-Ins welcome.

Stoney Health Services Client Referral Form

Client Referral Form

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  • Confidential counseling for individuals, couples and families
  • Crisis Intervention and support
  • Addiction support, detox and treatment referrals
  • NNADAP intake services and recovery support
  • Cultural Liaison support
  • Group based programs and sharing circles

Social Work 

SHS Social Workers support individuals, couples and families in identifying and achieving their goals. They support community members who access health care services through Non-Insured Health Benefits (NIHB). Through advocacy and support, they provide holistic and culturally appropriate care to members of the Stoney Nakoda Nation.

Turning Point Community Wellness Program brochure

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  • Client advocacy and support
  • Assistance with obtaining identification
  • Assistance navigating NIHB, AISH, Jordan’s Principle, Income Support, etc.
  • Support with health care decisions
  • Housing placement
  • Hospital discharge planning
  • End of life planning
  • Other assessments and referrals as needed

Note:  we are NOT first responders and DO NOT do home visits to check on personal welfare or safety of individuals (ie. suicidal ideation, psychosis or risk of danger and/or violence). In these emergency situations, call Nakoda EMS or RCMP at 911 or 403-932-2222.


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