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Another free mental health resource to add to your toolbox!
Posted @withregram • Calgary Public Library Need some support? The Wellness Desk is here for you 🤝 · · The Wellness Desk is a new Library service that provides free access to mental health supports and health information. It is available on a drop-in basis afternoons and evenings in room 3-19A at Central Library. Visit us to meet with a mental health professional and get immediate care for your emotional or mental health challenges. · · This initiative is made possible in partnership with @woods_homes, and is generously supported by the @cityofcalgary, @RBC Foundation and donors of @libraryfdnyyc ... See MoreSee Less
The deadline for this local grant is tomorrow, October 16!
Youth Central's Calgary Youth Foundation (CYF) was created in 1994 as the first of its kind in Canada. Consisting of Calgary youth ages 12-18, CYF raises and distributes funds to youth-initiated projects. It’s about getting money to help make your ideas happen!
We are aware of the unique and challenging situations posed by COVID-19. We understand and empathize with Calgarians in this uncertain time. This is an opportunity for youth to be creative about how they can support their peers, and their community in new ways.
Projects should be:
- located in Calgary or surrounding area - directly benefit youth who live in Calgary or the surrounding area - planned and implemented by youth (our definition of youth is 12-18). We do give priority to youth-initiated projects, although some adult support is welcome. - We give projects up to $2,000 per project, per year