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CCMF Alberta is growing. We have branches operating in Calgary and Edmonton. We serve clients across the province with programs that are provided in a virtual environment.

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CCMF Alberta programs emphasize and honour men's unique experience during relationship turmoil and hardships.

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One of the only service providers of its kind, CCMF Alberta has its first centre for men open in Calgary.

In response to COVID-19 public health recommendations, CCMF Alberta’s in-person programs are all being offered online.
Our seamless transition to this delivery model has removed geographical barriers and allows access to our programs Alberta-wide. We are committed to this continuing even after our Calgary Centre reopens for business.

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We hear you and we have your back.

CCMF Alberta programs are informed by evidence and through listening to our clients. New programs are continually developed and reflect common issues that men and their families share.

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Buddy-Coach

CCMF Alberta Buddy-Coaches hold space for you to have open and real conversations. During trying times, a Buddy-Coach has your back.

Counselling Program

CCMF Alberta counsellors provide personalized, one-on-one attention to clients dealing with individual or family issues, depression, or anxiety. They have been selected to join our team because of their interest in men’s mental health and sensitivity to the uniqueness of the male experience, particularly during intimate relationship breakdown.

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Domestic Abuse Recovery Program

CCMF Alberta understands that abuse often has a unique look for men. If you've said to yourself, "this just doesn't feel right" or have friends or family been concerned about things you've told them...then let's talk.

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Legal Assistance & Resource Program

CCMF Alberta's Legal Assistance Programs can help you navigate the family law system. The information and conversations occur specifically in the context of Alberta’s Divorce Act, Family Law Act, and the Family Property Act.

Contact us at any time.We'll get back to you within 24hrs.

If this is an emergency, please head over to your nearest care facility. Or call the Distress Centre at 403-266-4357, or the Mental Health Help Line at 1-877-303-2642.

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