Needed: Volunteers Who Have Lost a Spouse or Partner
If you have lost a spouse or a partner and are now ready to support others going through this journey, get in touch to volunteer. Training is provided. Learn more.
This can be a difficult time of year, especially when you are grieving.
Free, confidential and friendly support is available. Learn more.
A life-limiting diagnosis changes everything. The Living Every Season program helps participants connect with others, learn, and continue to live a good life while also living with a terminal diagnosis.
The virtual program runs every second week in December and will run weekly in January. In-person programs are launching in Airdrie, St. Albert, Stettler and Sundre. Volunteer opportunities are available in all those communities.
Complete the form and the Living Every Season coordinator will contact you soon about how AHPCA can help.
Statement on Residential Schools
AHPCA recognizes the impact that grief has on every one of us. This includes disenfranchised grief, which is grief that has been unrecognized by others.
AHPCA Office During the Pandemic
The AHPCA office is currently CLOSED to the public. The AHPCA team is working from home and regularly monitoring emails and voicemails.
AHPCA Self-Care Video Series
LIFE: Learning Insights for Everyday
These short videos are a resource for people who need answers but do not have easy access to help. AHPCA invites you to share these videos with your clients, friends, colleagues, family or anybody else who might benefit.
We are living in difficult times. Many of us are experiencing strong emotions like worry, anxiety, sadness, fear, uneasiness, nervousness, and apprehension.
Distract yourself from distress by choosing one of AHPCA’s Relaxation Moment videos. Watch the images. Listen to the sounds. Give yourself a hand massage while you watch. Breath deeply. Relax.