Alberta and the Northwest Territories

Since 1989, Kids Help Phone has provided life-changing — sometimes even lifesaving — help and hope to young people in Alberta. In 1990, Kids Help Phone opened its first regional office in Alberta.

Today, as a community-based charity with a strong local presence, Kids Help Phone has a team of dedicated Alberta staff, volunteers, donors, and partners who work tirelessly to support kids in the province as they develop resilience and reach their potential — creating stronger, healthier communities for everyone. Kids Help Phone is Canada’s only 24/7 professional counselling and information service supporting young people’s mental health and well-being.

Did You Know

Find out more about our impact in Alberta.

Get Involved

Here are some ideas about how you can help support children and youth in Alberta and the Northwest Territories:

Upcoming Events in Alberta

Walk so Kids Can Talk Presented by BMO

11216625_497527537071060_5942360905814797318_oJoin us in your community for the 16th Annual Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO and walk to support the mental health and well-being of young people across Canada. This year’s event is on Sunday, May 7, 2017 in Calgary & Edmonton.






2017 Birdies for Kids Program

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Kids Help Phone is delighted to announce it is one of the charities of the 2017 Shaw Charity Classic Golf Tournament’s charitable giving program, Birdies for Kids, Presented by AltaLink program, run under the Shaw Charity Classic Foundation.

As a recipient of the Birdies for Kids program, Kids Help Phone will use received funds to support our Live Chat program, which helps Canada’s most at-risk youth through real-time online, confidential interaction between a young person and a professional counsellor.

Birdies for Kids is a fundraising program designed to help raise funds for Alberta’s youth-based charities. Charities are able to generate contributions through flat donations, the Shaw Charity Classic Foundation then matches these funds up to 50%. Donations are being accepted no until the end of the tournament on Sunday, September 3, 2017.

To make your donation go further by having the opportunity for it to be matched up to 50% please visit and select Kids Help Phone from the participating charity drop down list.


Past Events in Alberta

Edmonton Royal Purples Sponsor local Power Rangers Movie Premiere

A big thank you to the Royal Purples for their generous sponsorship of $2,500 for our Power Rangers Movie Premiere that was enjoyed by youth from the community at Landmark Cinemas in Edmonton on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. 


Cross Iron Mills Post-It Note Promise Campaign

Thank you to Cross Iron Mills who donated $5,000 from their 2017 Post-It Note Campaign that kicked off on Pink Shirt Day, February 22, 2017 and wrapped up on March 12, 2017. This campaign was a part of their annual Power of Pink Program to raise awareness around bullying.




Edmonton’s Southgate Centre Power of Pink Program

Over 200 elementary school kids attended Edmonton’s Southgate Centre 2nd annual Power of Pink program on February 22nd to raise awareness around bullying. This year’s event donation totalled $6,800 and will be directed towards supporting the mental health & well-being of youth in Alberta.




ConnectFirst Credit Union Presentation and Cheque Ceremony

Thank you to ConnectFirst Credit Union, who donated $5,000 to Kids Help Phone to commemorate the opening of their new Member Care Centre in Calgary.


Kids Help Phone staff gave a presentation on the services provided to Canadian kids in need by our counsellors during a cheque presentation ceremony at the ConnectFirst Member Care Centre on December 14, 2016.





Kids Help Phone helps CPS take 6,000 teddy bears into custody!

Thank you to everyone who donated so generously to Share Your Bear!


Local Kids Help Phone staff with some of the  Share Your Bear teddy bears.

Share Your Bear is a collaboration between Girl Guides of Canada, Kids Help Phone, MaxWell Realty and Calgary Police Services which sees teddy bears delivered to the victims of crimes in Calgary. Each bear delivered is tagged by the Girl Guides with the Kids Help Phone number, so Kids know where to call when they need to talk to a counsellor.

This year, over 6,000 bears were collected by MaxWell, tagged by the Girl Guides, and given to the Calgary Police Services Victims Assistance Unit. Thank you to everyone who participated!




For more information about Kids Help Phone in Alberta and the Northwest Territories or to make a donation, please contact:

Kids Help Phone
4331 Manhattan Road SE
Calgary, Alberta T2G 4B1
T 403.476.0385
T 1.866.297.4101

If you are a young person and are struggling with a problem big or small, please call 1-800-668-6868, or visit We’re always available, 24/7/365.