Prescription Drug Coverage for Low Income Albertans – A Simple Poster (2012)

Paying for Prescription Drugs When You Have No Money in Alberta

When you need to fill a prescription for a mental or physical health concern, and you do not have money to pay for it, there are a few options: If it is an EMERGENCY you may qualify for funding under Alberta Emergency Precription Drugs or services through Alberta Emergency Benefits. If it is not an emergency, … Continue reading

Health Benefits for People with Low Income in Alberta

Alberta Adult Health Benefit The Alberta Adult Health Benefit program supports Albertans in low income to ensure they have access to: prescription drugs, dental services, optical services, emergency ambulance and diabetic supplies Signing up is easy. Fill out one form and mail it in. See below for more information or contact us. Print the AAHB application … Continue reading

HIV Edmonton

HIV Edmonton provides: Testing Support Treatment  Community Information and Presentations Events Resources For more information, please visit the HIV Edmonton website.

Adult Residential (Live In) Addictions Treatment

Addiction Services – Adult Residential Alberta Health Services offers Residential treatment programs, ranging from 20 to 42 days, for adult Albertans seeking help for addictions. The programs are free for those who cannot afford them: speak to AHS staff about how to get funded. Residential Treatment Programs are operated by Alberta Health Services and agencies … Continue reading

Adult Detox

Addiction Services – Adult Detoxification 24 hour medical care for individuals experiencing withdrawl. Counselling support is available. Services provided may include: •health stabilization •assessment •information sessions •introduction to self-help groups •addiction treatment planning •discharge planning •referral For adults 18+ needing detoxification from substance use. Priority access is given to pregnant women and Alberta residents. Accessing … Continue reading