A children's mental health centre. 

We never say no. We never give up. We never turn anyone away.

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Wood's and the City

Channel your inner diva and enjoy an all-inclusive evening of fashion, food, fun and friendship on May 3, 2019 in support of children’s mental health! Taste your favorite dishes and specialty cocktails, and be entertained by a night of curated top-fashion looks and music.

Spring 2019 UpWords!

Check out what we've been up to in our Spring 2019 edition of UpWords! 

Welcome to Wood's Homes.

Wood’s Homes is a multi-service non-profit children’s mental health organization. We have been working with families for over 100 years. 

Close to 500 staff and 100 volunteers provide 40+ programs and services for children, teens, young adults and their families each year in Calgary, Lethbridge, Strathmore and Fort McMurray.

No problem is too big or too small. We are here to help. Always.

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The top 5 reasons I have loved working at Wood’s Homes

I have had the pleasure of working at Wood’s Homes for over nine years, first as the Director of Fund Development, and then more recently as Philanthropy Advisor. And now as I retire from my career in fundraising, I have been reflecting on what I have accomplished the last 40 years. Without question, working at Wood’s Homes has been a highlight for me.

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Proud to be a part of the Wood's Homes family

Kinga and I have had the esteemed opportunity in attending and supporting a variety of local fundraising efforts over the past decade or so. We have found that during that time, while we have been living, working and raising a family in our community, Wood’s Homes has become an increasingly special place that we have come to call our own. After we became aware of all of the services that Wood’s provides, it truly hit home with us – raising three children of our own, we always knew that we hoped they didn’t need the services of Wood’s Homes, but rested in the comfort of knowing Wood’s is there.

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Social Work and Politics

March is Social Work month in Canada.

When I left university two years ago with a political science degree, I never thought I’d find myself in the social work profession. When I discuss my educational background, people often ask what led me into this profession, but to me social work and politics are closely intertwined. However, social work and its role in the political arena is overlooked.

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