A children's mental health centre. 

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

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Jasmine's Story

"My name is Jasmine and I would like to thank YOU and the people at Wood’s Homes for helping me become the person I am today.” 

Jasmine received a standing ovation after courageously sharing her story at our 2018 Lethbridge Children’s Benefit Dinner. We invite you to read more on how you changed Jasmine’s life and to consider donating to Wood’s Homes this giving season.

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, Canmore, Strathmore and Fort McMurray.

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

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Beat stress this holiday season with these 4 routines

Tis the season for sweet treats, Santa, colorful lights, carols, and joy. Tis also the season for burnout, fatigue, sickness, and overstimulation. As special of a time as it is, there is a lot going on during the holidays that can bring major stress to your life. Fortunately, there are ways to avoid getting stressed out so that you can embrace the joys of the season. Combat the holiday hustle and bustle by establishing these four key routines to keep your season stress-free.

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Self-care vital when caring for child with mental health issues

The latest statistics show that approximately 1.2 million children in Canada have some kind of mental health condition. From depression to anxiety, the Canadian Mental Health Association says that “genetic, biological, personality and environmental factors” can all lead to the development of a mental illness.

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Staff respond: Why do you do what you do?

I was recently asked by some friends, “Why do you do what you do?”

I always find this question a difficult one to answer, especially when I’m asked by someone who isn’t from my field. I always joke that ‘I could write a book’ about the things I’ve seen, but my answer is always about how I’m passionate about helping children.

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